Huron West was a federal electoral district represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1882 to 1917. It was located in the province of Ontario. This riding was created from parts of Huron Centre, Huron North and Huron South ridings.
The West Riding of the county of Huron was initially defined to consist of the townships of East Wawanosh, West Wawanosh, Ashfield, Colborne and Goderich, and the towns of Goderich and Clinton.
In 1903, it was redefined to include the township of Hullett, and exclude the township of East Wawanosh.
The electoral district was abolished in 1914 when it was redistributed between Huron North and Huron South ridings.
|Canadian federal election, 1882|
|Liberal||Malcolm Colin Cameron||1,736|
|Canadian federal election, 1887|
|Liberal||Malcolm Colin Cameron||2,139|
|Canadian federal election, 1891|
|Liberal||CAMERON, Malcolm Colin||2,199|
On Mr. Cameron being unseated, 26 December 1891:
|By-election on 22 February 1892|
|Conservative||PATTERSON, James Colebrooke|
|Liberal||CAMERON, Malcolm Colin|
On Mr. Patterson being named Lieutenant-Governor of Manitoba, 2 September 1895:
|By-election on 14 January 1896|
|Liberal||CAMERON, Malcolm Colin||acclaimed|
|Canadian federal election, 1896|
|Liberal||CAMERON, Malcolm Colin||1,837|
|Patrons of Industry||KILTY, G. Mcl.||725|
On Mr. Cameron's appointment as Lieutenant-Governor of the North West Territories, May 30, 1898:
|By-election on 21 February 1899|
|Canadian federal election, 1900|
|Canadian federal election, 1904|
|Conservative||LEWIS, Edward Norman||2,263|
|Canadian federal election, 1908|
|Conservative||LEWIS, Edward Norman||2,137|
|Canadian federal election, 1911|
|Conservative||LEWIS, Edward Norman||2,024|
|Liberal||CAMERON, Malcolm Graeme||1,849|