Canadian federal election results in Central Toronto

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This page shows results of Canadian federal elections in Old Toronto (what was the city of Toronto prior to the 1998 amalgamation).

Regional profile

In recent years, Toronto, and particularly Old (central) Toronto, has leaned well to the political left. From 1993 to 2004, the Liberals held every seat in the former Metro Toronto, in some cases with large margins. The New Democratic Party (NDP) broke through in 2004 when Jack Layton was elected; the NDP won two additional seats in close races in 2006 but lost one in 2008. In 2011, the Liberal vote collapsed under the onslaught of both the Conservatives and the NDP, with the Conservatives taking two uptown ridings, the Liberals retaining two, and the NDP winning the remaining six. Before then, centre-right parties had been completely shut out in central Toronto since the Progressive Conservatives lost all of their seats in 1993.

The region reverted to form in 2015, as a massive surge in Liberal support allowed the Liberals to sweep Toronto.

2004 election results in the City of Toronto
Party Central Suburban Pickering—
Scarborough
East
(part)*
Total
Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes %
     Liberal 234,018 50.9 276,372 57.5 12,451 60.4 522,841 54.4
     New Democratic Party 125,218 27.3 64,146 13.3 2,424 11.8 191,788 20.0
  Conservative 75,063 16.3 111,637 23.2 5,086 24.7 191,786 20.0
Green 21,548 4.7 14,762 3.1 640 3.1 36,950 3.8
Christian Heritage - - 2,592 0.5 - - 2,592 0.3
     Progressive Canadian 531 0.1 1,931 0.4 - - 2,462 0.3
Marijuana 1,578 0.3 - - - - 1,578 0.2
Communist 480 0.1 469 0.1 - - 949 0.1
Marxist–Leninist 506 0.1 436 0.1 - - 942 0.1
Canadian Action 366 0.1 200 0.0 - - 566 0.1
     Independents 169 0.0 8,348 1.7 - - 8,517 0.9
Total 459,477 480,893 20,601 960,971

2015 - 42nd General Election

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Electoral district Candidates   Incumbent
  Conservative   NDP   Liberal   Green   Libertarian   Marxist-Leninist   Other
Beaches—East York Bill Burrows
9,124
16.43%
Matthew Kellway
17,113
30.82%
Nathaniel Erskine-Smith
27,458
49.45%
Randall Sach
1,433
2.58%
Roger Carter
105
0.19%
James Sears
(Ind.)[note 1]
254
0.46%
Peter Surjanac
(Ind.)
43
0.08%
Matthew Kellway
Davenport Carlos Oliveira
5,233
10.55%
Andrew Cash
20,506
41.36%
Julie Dzerowicz
21,947
44.26%
Dan Stein
1,530
3.09%
Miguel Figueroa
(Comm.)
261
0.53%
Chai Kalevar
(Ind.)
107
0.22%
Andrew Cash
Don Valley West John Carmichael
19,206
37.60%
Syeda Riaz
3,076
6.02%
Rob Oliphant
27,472
53.78%
Natalie Hunt
848
1.66%
John Kittredge
325
0.64%
Sharon Cromwell
(Ind.)
75
0.15%
Elizabeth Hill
(Comm.)
84
0.16%
John Carmichael
Eglinton—Lawrence Joe Oliver
23,788
42.64%
Andrew Thomson
3,505
6.28%
Marco Mendicino
27,278
48.89%
Matthew Chisholm
799
1.43%
Ethan Buchman
308
0.55%
Rudy Brunell Solomonovici
(Animal All.)
114
0.20%
Joe Oliver
Parkdale—High Park Ian Allen
7,641
13.05%
Peggy Nash
23,566
40.24%
Arif Virani
24,623
42.04%
Adam Phipps
1,743
2.98%
Mark Jeftovic
610
1.04%
Lorne Gershuny
100
0.17%
Terry Parker
(Mar.)
191
0.33%
Carol Royer
(Ind.)
93
0.16%
Peggy Nash
Spadina—Fort York Sabrina Zuniga
8,673
15.73%
Olivia Chow
15,047
27.28%
Adam Vaughan
30,141
54.65%
Sharon Danley
1,137
2.06%
Nick Lin
59
0.11%
Michael Nicula
(PACT)
91
0.17%
Adam Vaughan
Trinity—Spadina
Toronto Centre Julian Di Battista
6,167
12.19%
Linda McQuaig
13,467
26.61%
Bill Morneau
29,297
57.90%
Colin Biggin
1,315
2.60%
Philip Fernandez
76
0.15%
Mariam Ahmad
(Comm.)
133
0.26%
Jordan Stone
(Ind.)
147
0.29%
Chrystia Freeland
Toronto—Danforth Benjamin Dichter
5,478
9.86%
Craig Scott
22,325
40.17%
Julie Dabrusin
23,531
42.34%
Chris Tolley
2,618
4.71%
Elizabeth Abbott
(Animal All.)
354
0.64%
John Richardson
(PC)
1,275
2.29%
Craig Scott
Toronto—St. Paul's Marnie MacDougall
15,376
26.99%
Noah Richler
8,386
14.72%
Carolyn Bennett
31,481
55.26%
Kevin Farmer
1,729
3.03%
Carolyn Bennett
St. Paul's
University—Rosedale Karim Jivraj
9,790
17.51%
Jennifer Hollett
15,988
28.59%
Chrystia Freeland
27,849
49.80%
Nick Wright
1,641
2.93%
Jesse Waslowski
233
0.42%
Steve Rutchinski
51
0.09%
David Berlin
(TBP)
122
0.22%
Drew Garvie
(Comm.)
125
0.22%
Simon Luisi
(Animal All.)
126
0.23%
New District
York South—Weston James Robinson
8,399
19.22%
Mike Sullivan
13,281
30.39%
Ahmed Hussen
20,093
45.97%
John Johnson
892
2.04%
Stephen Lepone
1,041
2.38%
Mike Sullivan

2011 - 41st General Election

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Conservative   Liberal   NDP   Green   Other
Beaches—East York Bill Burrows

11,067
22.77%

Maria Minna

14,931
30.72%

Matthew Kellway

20,240
41.64%

Aaron Cameron

2,237
4.60%

Roger Carter (M-L)

129 0.27%

Maria Minna
Davenport Theresa Rodrigues

5,573
14.20%

Mario Silva

10,946
27.89%

Andrew Cash

21,096
53.74%

Wayne Scott

1,344
3.42%

Miguel Figueroa (Comm.) 167 0.43%
Simon Luisi
(Animal All.) 128 0.33%
Mario Silva
Don Valley West John Carmichael

22,992
42.97%

Rob Oliphant

22,353
41.78%

Nicole Yovanoff

6,284
11.74%

Georgina Wilcock

1,699
3.18%

Dimitris Kabitsis (Comm.)

178 0.33%

Rob Oliphant
Eglinton—Lawrence Joe Oliver

22,633
46.81%

Joe Volpe

18,597
38.47%

Justin Chatwin

5,591
11.56%

Paul William Baker

1,526
3.16%

Joe Volpe
Parkdale—High Park Taylor Train

7,907
15.53%

Gerard Kennedy

16,732
32.87%

Peggy Nash

24,045
47.24%

Sarah Newton

1,663
3.27%

Andrew Borkowski (CHP) 256 0.50%
Lorne Gershuny (M-L) 86 0.17%
Terry Parker (Mar.)

213 0.42%

Gerard Kennedy
St. Paul's Maureen Harquail

17,829
32.29%

Carolyn Bennett

22,420
40.60%

William Molls

12,174
22.05%

Jim McGarva

2,493
4.51%

John Kittredge (Libert.)

304 0.55%

Carolyn Bennett
Toronto Centre Kevin Moore

12,604
22.64%

Bob Rae

22,832
41.01%

Susan Wallace

16,818
30.21%

Ellen Michelson

2,796
5.02%

Judi Falardeau (Libert.) 277 0.50%
Philip Fernandez (M-L) 76 0.14%
Catherine Holliday (Comm.) 159 0.29%
Bahman Yazdanfar (Ind.) 108 0.19%
Bob Rae
Toronto—Danforth Katarina von Koenig

6,875
14.35%

Andrew Lang

8,463
17.67%

Jack Layton

28,998
60.53%

Adriana Mugnatto-Hamu

3,095
6.46%

Marie Crawford
(Animal All.)

476 0.99%

Jack Layton
Trinity—Spadina Gin Siow

10,938
16.69%

Christine Innes

15,218
23.23%

Olivia Chow

35,493
54.17%

Rachel Barney

3,279
5.00%

Chester Brown (Libert.) 454 0.69%
Nick Lin (M-L)

140 0.21%

Olivia Chow
York South—Weston Jilian Saweczko

8,530
24.25%

Alan Tonks

11,481
32.64%

Mike Sullivan

14,119
40.14%

Sonny Day

1,045
2.97%

Alan Tonks

2008 - 40th General Election

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Conservative   Liberal   NDP   Green   Other
Beaches—
East York
Caroline Alleslev

7,920

Maria Minna

18,928

Marilyn Churley

14,893

Zoran Markovski

4,402

Roger Carter (MXL) 153 Maria Minna
Davenport Theresa Rodrigues

3,838

Mario Silva

15,945

Peter Ferreira

10,895

Wayne Scott

3,653

Wendy Forrest (IND) 172
Miguel Figueroa (COM) 160
Sarah Thompson (MXL) 96
Simon Luisi (Animal All.) 92
Mario Silva
Don Valley West John Carmichael

19,441

Rob Oliphant

22,112

David Sparrow

5,102

Georgina Wilcock

3,155

Catherine Holiday (COM) 162 Vacant
Eglinton—Lawrence Joe Oliver

16,848

Joe Volpe

19,108

Justin Chatwin

3,680

Andrew James

3,826

Joe Volpe
Parkdale—
High Park
Jilian Saweczko

5,956

Gerard Kennedy

20,715

Peggy Nash

17,330

Rob Rishchynski

3,614

Andrew Borkowski (CHP) 231
Terry Parker (MJ) 208
Lorne Gershuny (MXL) 110
Peggy Nash
St. Paul's Heather Jewell

13,800

Carolyn Bennett

26,236

Anita Agrawal

6,880

Justin Erdman

4,713

John Kittredge (LTN) 313 Carolyn Bennett
Toronto Centre David Gentili

9,410

Bob Rae

27,582

El-Farouk Khaki

7,744

Ellen Michelson

6,086

Liz White (Animal All.) 187
Gerald Derome (IND) 155
Philip Fernandez (MXL) 92
Bob Rae
Toronto—Danforth Christina Perreault

5,274

Andrew Lang

13,291

Jack Layton

20,416

Sharon Howarth

5,934

Marie Crawford (AAE) 177
John Richardson (IND) 129
Marcell Rodden (MXL) 98
Bahman Yazdanfar (CAP) 55
Jack Layton
Trinity—Spadina Christine McGirr

8,220

Christine Innes

20,967

Olivia Chow

24,442

Stephen LaFrenie

5,383

Chester Brown (LTN) 490
Carlos Santos Almeida (IND) 164
Val Illie (IND) 130
Olivia Chow
York South—Weston Aydin Cocelli

7,015

Alan Tonks

16,004

Mike Sullivan

9,634

Andre Papadimitriou

1,759

Alan Tonks

2006 - 39th General Election

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Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  Liberal   Conservative   NDP   Green   Other
Beaches—East York Maria Minna

20,678

Peter Conroy

9,238

Marilyn Churley

17,900

Jim Harris

3,106

Jim Love (PC)
183

Roger Carter
(M-L) 91

Maria Minna
Davenport Mario Silva

20,172

Theresa Rodrigues

4,202

Gord Perks

12,681

Mark O'Brien

1,440

Miguel Figueroa
(Comm.) 172

Wendy Forrest
(CAP) 122
Sarah Thompson
(M-L) 103

Mario Silva
Don Valley West John Godfrey

28,709

John Carmichael

17,908

David Thomas

4,902

Daphne So

1,906

Soumen Deb
(Libert.) 226

Paul Barnes
(CAP) 151

John Godfrey
Eglinton—Lawrence Joe Volpe

26,044

Peter Coy

14,897

Maurganne Mooney

5,660

Patrick Metzger

2,520

John Steele
(NA) 123
Joe Volpe
Parkdale—High Park Sarmite Bulte

18,489

Jurij Klufas

8,777

Peggy Nash

20,790

Rob Rishchynski

2,840

Terry Parker
(Mar.) 311

Lorne Gershuny
(M-L) 124
Beverly Bernardo
(NA) 119

Sarmite Bulte
St. Paul's Carolyn Bennett

29,595

Peter Kent

15,021

Paul Summerville

11,189

Kevin Farmer

2,785

  Carolyn Bennett
Toronto Centre Bill Graham

30,874

Lewis Reford

10,763

Michael Shapcott

14,036

Chris Tindal

3,080

Johan Boyden
(Comm.) 120

Michel Prairie
(NA) 101
Liz White
(AACEV) 72
Philip Fernandez
(M-L) 66

Bill Graham
Toronto—Danforth Deborah Coyne

17,256

Kren Clausen

4,992

Jack Layton

24,412

Al Hart

3,583

Marcell Rodden
(M-L) 172
Jack Layton
Trinity—Spadina Tony Ianno

25,067

Samuel Goldstein

5,625

Olivia Chow

28,748

Thom Chapman

2,398

Asif Hossain
(PC) 392

Nick Lin
(M-L) 138
John Riddell
(CAP) 82

Tony Ianno
York South—Weston Alan Tonks

22,871

Stephen Halicki

6,991

Paul Ferreira

8,525

Maria De Angelis-Pater

1,506

Dragan Cimesa (Ind.)
189
Alan Tonks

2004 - 38th General Election

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Key map
  1. Beaches-East York
  2. Davenport
  3. Don Valley West
  4. Eglinton-Lawrence
  5. Parkdale-High Park
  6. St. Paul's
  7. Toronto Centre
  8. Toronto-Danforth
  9. Trinity-Spadina
  10. York South-Weston
Conservative Party of Canada
Green Party of Canada
Liberal Party of Canada
New Democratic Party

2000 - 37th General Election

Notes

  1. ^ Sears is the leader of The New Constitution Party of Canada[1] which was ineligible to be on the ballot; he chose to be listed as an Independent.

References

  1. ^ "Message from NCP Leader, Dr. James Sears". The New Constitution Party of Canada. Retrieved 22 September 2015.