|Member of Parliament for Provencher|
November 25, 2013
|Preceded by||Vic Toews|
May 23, 1960 |
Ted Falk (born May 23, 1960) is a Canadian politician, who currently represents the electoral district of Provencher in the House of Commons of Canada. A member of the Conservative Party of Canada, he was elected in a by-election on November 25, 2013, succeeding former cabinet minister Vic Toews, who retired from politics in July after almost 13 years as the area's MP.
Early Life and Career
Electoral Record (Provencher)
|November 25, 2013: ProvencherCanadian federal by-election,|
|Conservative||Ted Falk||13,046||58.20||−12.40||$ 83,542.19|
|New Democratic||Natalie Courcelles Beaudry||1,843||8.22||−9.67||17,878.16|
|Total valid votes/Expense limit||22,417||100.0||–||$ 97,453.98|
|Total rejected ballots||136||0.60||+0.17|
|By-election due to the resignation of Vic Toews.|
- "Provencher federal byelection results 2013: Conservative Ted Falk easily wins Manitoba riding". National Post, November 25, 2013.
- CBC News. "Ted Falk celebrates victory in Provencher byelection". CBC. Retrieved 31 August 2015.
- Duek, Shannon. "SCU Tops $4 Billion in Assets". SteinbachOnline. Golden West. Retrieved 31 August 2015.
- "Credit union chairman Provencher Tory hopeful". Winnipeg Free Press, September 6, 2013.
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