Fabre (electoral district)

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Fabre
Quebec electoral district
Provincial electoral district
Legislature National Assembly of Quebec
MNA
 
 
 
Monique Sauvé
Liberal
District created 1965
First contested 1966
Last contested 2015
Demographics
Electors (2015)[1] 50,074
Area (km²)[2] 45.1
Census divisions Laval (part)
Census subdivisions Laval (part)

Fabre is a provincial electoral district in Quebec, Canada, that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. The district is located in Laval and includes the westernmost portion of Île Jésus (or Île de Laval) west of Autoroute 15 in the northern half of the district and west of Autoroute 13 in the southern half.

It was created for the 1966 election from a part of Laval electoral district electoral district.

In the change from the 2001 to the 2011 electoral map, it lost part of its territory to the newly created Sainte-Rose electoral district, but gained some territory from Chomedey.

The district is named after Édouard-Charles Fabre who was the third archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Montreal from 1876 to 1896.

Members of the Legislative Assembly / National Assembly[edit]

  1. Gilles Houde, Liberal (1966–1976)
  2. Bernard Landry, Parti Québécois (1976–1981)
  3. Michel Leduc, Parti Québécois (1981–1985)
  4. Jean-A. Joly, Liberal (1985–1994)
  5. Joseph Facal, Parti Québécois (1994–2003)
  6. Michelle Courchesne, Liberal (2003–2012)
  7. Gilles Ouimet, Liberal (2012–2015)
  8. Monique Sauvé, Liberal (2015–present)

Election results[edit]

Quebec provincial by-election, 9 November 2015
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Monique Sauvé 5,034 43.97 -11.17
Parti Québécois Jibril Akaaboune Le François 3,278 28.63 +7.77
Coalition Avenir Québec Carla El-Ghandour 1,674 14.62 -3.21
Québec solidaire Charles Lemieux 738 6.45 +0.77
Green Kim Raymond 420 3.67
Conservative Jeremy Dohan 160 1.40
Option nationale Valérie Doucet 145 1.27 +0.78
Total valid votes 11,450 100.00
Total rejected ballots 82 0.71 -0.45
Turnout 11,532 23.03 -54.20
Eligible voters 50,074
Liberal hold Swing -9.47
Quebec general election, 2014
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Gilles Ouimet 20,614 55.14 +17.64
Parti Québécois François-Gycelain Rocque 7,798 20.86 -7.11
Coalition Avenir Québec Christopher Skeete 6,667 17.83 -9.94
Québec solidaire Marie-Claire Des Rochers-Lamarche 2,122 5.68 +2.13
Option nationale Bernard Paré 181 0.48 -0.61
Total valid votes 37,382 100.00
Total rejected ballots 440 1.16
Turnout 37,822 77.23  
Electors on the lists 48,972
Liberal hold Swing
Quebec general election, 2012
Party Candidate Votes % ∆%
Liberal Gilles Ouimet 13,305 37.50 -10.87
Parti Québécois François-Gycelain Rocque 9,924 27.97 -6.59
Coalition Avenir Québec Dominique Anglade 9,852 27.77 +16.46
Québec solidaire Wilfried Cordeau 1,260 3.55 +0.78
Green Jean-François Lepage 547 1.54 -1.43
Option nationale Bruno Forget 388 1.09  
Independent Philippe Mayrand 207 0.58  
Total valid votes 35,483 98.97
Total rejected ballots 371 1.03
Turnout 35,854 75.96  
Electors on the lists 47,199
Liberal hold Swing -2.14

^ Change is from redistributed results. CAQ change is from ADQ.

Quebec general election, 2008
Party Candidate Votes % ±
     Liberal Michelle Courchesne 15,349 45.50
Parti Québécois François-Gycelain Rocque 12,425 36.83
Action démocratique Tom Pentefountas 4,024 11.93
Green Erika Alvarez 1,021 3.03
Québec solidaire Pierre Brien 918 2.72

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Neighbouring electoral districts[edit]