|New Brunswick electoral district|
|Defunct provincial electoral district|
|Legislature||Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick|
|Census divisions||Kent County, Sunbury County, Queens County|
|Census subdivisions||Village of Cambridge Narrows, Village of Chipman, Village of Gagetown, Village of Minto, Parish of Cambridge, Parish of Gagetown, Parish of Hampstead, Parish of Johnston, Parish of Wickham|
Grand Lake-Gagetown was a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick, Canada. It was first created in the 2006 redrawing of electoral districts and was first used in the general election later that year. Its last MLA was Ross Wetmore.
It was created in 2006 from parts of Grand Lake and Oromocto-Gagetown. From Grand Lake, it took Chipman, Minto and other communities around the Grand Lake area, however large portions of the district—both in terms of geographics with large forested areas in the west of the district and in terms of population with suburban areas just out side of Fredericton—were lost to the district of Fredericton-Fort Nashwaak. From Oromocto-Gagetown it took all portions of the district north of the Saint John River, including the Village of Gagetown.
Members of the Legislative Assembly
|Riding created from Grand Lake and Oromocto-Gagetown|
|56th||2006 − 2010||Eugene McGinley||Liberal|
|57th||2010 − 2014||Ross Wetmore||Progressive Conservative|
|Riding dissolved into Fredericton-Grand Lake and Gagetown-Petitcodiac|
|New Brunswick general election, 2010|
|Progressive Conservative||Ross Wetmore||3,190||44.73||-0.89|
|People's Alliance||Kris Austin||1,416||19.85||–|
|New Democratic||J.R. Magee||234||3.28||-2.40|
|Total valid votes||7,132||100.0|
|Total rejected ballots||42||0.59|
|Progressive Conservative gain from Liberal||Swing||+9.06|
|Source: Elections New Brunswick|
|New Brunswick general election, 2006|
|Progressive Conservative||Jack Carr||3,301||45.62|
|New Democratic||Helen Marie Partridge||411||5.68|
|Total valid votes||7,236||100.0|
|Liberal notional gain||Swing|
* This was a new district being contested for the first time, being made up in parts from the former districts of Oromocto-Gagetown and Grand Lake. The majority of the district came from Grand Lake, which had been held by the Liberals, while Oromocto-Gagetown had been held by the Progressive Conservatives. McGuinley was the incumbent from Grand Lake.
- Elections New Brunswick (2010). "Thirty-seventh General Election - Report of the Chief Electoral Officer". Retrieved 2 January 2015.
- "An Electoral Map for New Brunswick: Final Report of the Electoral Boundaries and Representation Commission"
- Office of the Chief Electoral Officer. "2006 Provincial Election Results"