Toronto—St. Paul's (provincial electoral district)

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Toronto—St. Paul's
Ontario electoral district
Toronto-St Pauls in relation to the other Toronto ridings (2015 boundaries).png
Toronto-St. Paul's in relation to the other Toronto ridings
Provincial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of Ontario
MPP
 
 
 
Jill Andrew
New Democratic
District created 1996
First contested 1999
Last contested 2018
Demographics
Population (2011) 116,463
Electors (2007) 78,575
Area (km²) 15.2
Pop. density (per km²) 7,662
Census divisions Toronto
Census subdivisions Toronto
Map of Toronto-St. Paul's

Toronto—St. Paul's is a provincial electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario since 1999. Before the 2018 election, it was known simply as St. Paul's.

The small but densely populated riding covers the area to the north of Downtown Toronto. The riding was represented by Liberal Eric Hoskins before his abrupt resignation on February 26, 2018.

The riding was created for the 1999 election, to match the borders of the federal riding of the same name. It was carved out of the former districts of St. Andrew—St. Patrick, Eglinton, Oakwood, Dovercourt and St. George—St. David.

The riding consists of part of the Fairbank, Humewood-Cedarvale, Hillcrest-Bracondale, Wychwood Park, part of Davenport, Casa Loma, Forest Hill, Tarragon Village, Rathnelly, South Hill, Summerhill, Rosehill, Chaplin Estates, Deer Park and Davisville and part of North Toronto neighbourhoods.

Political geography[edit]

In the 2007 provincial election, the Liberals dominated most of the riding, performing the best in Fairbank in the northwest corner of the riding and in Davisville, in the east end of the riding. The Tories won most of their polls in the Forest Hill neighbourhood, and in Cedarvale. The NDP won a few polls, mostly in the south, where the riding borders the NDP riding of Trinity—Spadina. [1]

Members of Provincial Parliament[edit]

Assembly Years Member Party
St. Paul's
Riding created from St. Andrew—St. Patrick, St. George—St. David,
Eglinton, Oakwood and Dovercourt
37th  1999–2003     Michael Bryant Liberal
38th  2003–2007
39th  2007–2009
 2009–2011 Eric Hoskins
40th  2011–2014
41st  2014–2018
Toronto—St. Paul's
42nd  2018–Present     Jill Andrew New Democratic
Sourced from the Ontario Legislative Assembly[1]

Election results[edit]

Ontario general election, 2018
** Preliminary results — Not yet official **
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
New Democratic Jill Andrew 18,843 35.96 +25.75
Liberal Jess Spindler 17,495 33.39 -26.26
Progressive Conservative Andrew Kirsch 13,780 26.30 +2.41
Green Teresa Pun 1,690 3.23 -1.85
Libertarian Jekiah U. Dunavant 448 0.85 -0.03
Ontario Moderate Party Marina Doshchitsina 143 0.27 +0.27
Eligible voters 83,206
Turnout 52,399 62.98 +3.12
New Democratic gain from Liberal Swing +26.00
Source: Elections Ontario[2]
Ontario general election, 2014
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Eric Hoskins 30,036 59.65 +1.26
Progressive Conservative Justine Deluce 12,032 23.89 +2.97
New Democratic Luke Savage 5,142 10.21 -6.40
Green Josh Rachlis 2,556 5.08 +2.33
Libertarian John Kittredge 413 0.82 +0.04
Freedom Mike Rita 176 0.35 +0.15
Turnout 50,355 59.86
Source: Elections Ontario[3]
Ontario general election, 2011: St. Paul's
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Eric Hoskins 25,052 58.41
Progressive Conservative Christine McGirr 8,971 20.92
New Democratic David Hynes 7,121 16.60
Green Judith Van Veldhuysen 1,172 2.73
Libertarian John Kittredge 332 0.77
Freedom Mike Rita 88 0.21
Socialist Keith Pinto 83 0.19
Northern Ontario Heritage David Vallance 73 0.17
Ontario provincial by-election, September 17, 2009: St. Paul's
Resignation of Michael Bryant
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Eric Hoskins 13,192 47.60 +0.17
Progressive Conservative Sue-Ann Levy 7,851 28.33 +1.79
New Democratic Julian Heller 4,677 16.88 +1.14
Green Chris Chopik 1,515 5.47 -2.87
Libertarian John Kittredge 161 0.58 +0.05
Special Needs Danish Ahmed 95 0.34
Independent Marius Frederick 84 0.30
Freedom Paul McKeever 61 0.22 -0.04
Independent John Turmel 52 0.19
Independent Rajendra Rama 24 0.09
Total valid votes 27,712 100.00
Liberal hold Swing -0.81
Ontario general election, 2007
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Michael Bryant 21,280 47.43 -7.33
Progressive Conservative Lillyann Goldstein 11,910 26.54 +1.89
New Democratic Julian Heller 7,061 15.74 +0.91
Green Steven D'Sa 3,744 8.34 +3.35
Independent Charles de Kerckhove 328 0.73
Libertarian John Kittredge 240 0.53
Family Coalition Blaise Thompson 190 0.42
Freedom Carol Leborg 115 0.26 -0.52
Total valid votes 44,868 100.00
Ontario general election, 2003
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Michael Bryant 24,887 54.76 +4.19
Progressive Conservative Charis Kelso 11,203 24.65 -15.74
New Democratic Julian Heller 6,740 14.83 +7.70
Green Peter Elgie 2,266 4.99 +4.30
Freedom Carol Leborg 354 0.78
Total valid votes 45,450 100.00
Ontario general election, 1999
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Michael Bryant 23,755 50.57
Progressive Conservative Isabel Bassett 18,973 40.39
New Democratic Larry Solway 3,350 7.13
Green Don Roebuck 326 0.69
Independent Philip Fernandez 194 0.41
Natural Law Linda Martin 188 0.40
Independent Antonio Maristanes 184 0.39
Total valid votes 46,970 100.00

2007 electoral reform referendum[edit]

Ontario electoral reform referendum, 2007
Side Votes %
First Past the Post 24,009 55.0
Mixed member proportional 19,630 45.0
Total valid votes 43,639 100.0

References[edit]

  1. ^ For a listing of each MPP's Queen's Park curriculum vitae see below:
    • For Michael Bryant's Legislative Assembly information see "Michael Bryant, MPP". Parliamentary History. Toronto: Legislative Assembly of Ontario. 2014. Retrieved 2014-09-08. 
    • For Eric Hoskin's Legislative Assembly information see "Eric Hoskin, MPP". Parliamentary History. Toronto: Legislative Assembly of Ontario. 2014. Retrieved 2014-09-08. 
  2. ^ "Candidate Search". Elections Ontario. Retrieved 18 May 2018. 
  3. ^ "General Election Results by District, 077 St. Paul's". Elections Ontario. 2014. Archived from the original on 17 June 2014. Retrieved 17 June 2014. 

Sources[edit]

Coordinates: 43°41′45″N 79°24′27″W / 43.6958°N 79.4075°W / 43.6958; -79.4075