|Member of the Canadian Parliament
June 2, 1997 – November 27, 2000
|Preceded by||Fernand Robichaud|
|Succeeded by||Dominic LeBlanc|
April 10, 1960 |
Rexton, New Brunswick
|Political party||NDP, Progressive Conservative|
Angela Vautour (born April 10, 1960 in Rexton, New Brunswick) is a former Canadian politician, who represented the electoral district of Beauséjour—Petitcodiac in the House of Commons from 1997 to 2000.
Vautour was elected in the 1997 election as a New Democrat, as part of a Maritime breakthrough for the party. Some credit the NDP's success to the Liberal Party government's controversial reforms of the Unemployment Insurance system.
On September 27, 1999, Vautour crossed the floor to join the Progressive Conservative caucus. She stood for election as a PC candidate in the 2000 election, but was defeated by Liberal candidate Dominic LeBlanc. In 2004, she ran for the newly formed Conservative Party of Canada, but again was defeated.
|Beauséjour - Canadian federal election, 2004|
|New Democratic||Omer Bourque||6,056||14.71||+7.65|
|Total valid votes||41,168|
|Beauséjour—Petitcodiac - Canadian federal election, 2000|
|Progressive Conservative||Angela Vautour||14,631||32.11||+16.11|
|New Democratic||Inka Milewski||3217||7.06||-31.93|
|Total valid votes||45,569|
|Beauséjour—Petitcodiac - Canadian federal election, 1997|
|New Democratic||Angela Vautour||18,504||38.99||+33.25|
|Progressive Conservative||Ian Hamilton||7592||16.00||+0.78|
|Total valid votes||47,458|
- "Beausejour, not Bay Street". The Chronicle Herald. June 4, 1997. Archived from the original on July 27, 2001. Retrieved 2015-05-25.
- "New Democrat MP Vautour moves to the right". CBC News. September 27, 1999. Retrieved 2015-05-25.
- "Liberals gain three seats in NB". CBC News. November 28, 2000. Retrieved 2015-05-25.
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