Bruce East was a federal electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that was represented in the House of Commons of Canada from 1882 to 1904. This riding was created in 1882 from parts of Bruce North and Bruce South ridings.
The East Riding of the county of Bruce consisted of the townships of Culross, Greenock, Brant and Carrick, the town of Walkerton, and the village of Teeswater.
The electoral district was abolished in 1903 when it was redistributed between Bruce North and Bruce South ridings.
|1882 Canadian federal election|
|Liberal||Rupert Mearse Wells||1,558|
|1887 Canadian federal election|
|Liberal||Rupert Mearse Wells||1,812|
On Mr. Cargill's resignation, as he was already holding a Crown appointment (postmaster), and on his resignation as postmaster:
|By-election on 2 April 1887|
|1891 Canadian federal election|
|Liberal||Reuben Eldridge Truax||2,045|
On Mr. Truax being unseated:
|By-election on 11 February 1892|
|1896 Canadian federal election|
|Patrons of Industry||TOLTON, James||1,881|
|1900 Canadian federal election|
On Mr. Cargill's death, 1 October 1903:
|By-election on 16 February 1904|
|Conservative||DONNELLY, James J.||1,821|
|Liberal||ROBB, Alexander W.||1,650|