Ontario Liberal Party candidates, 2011 Ontario provincial election

The Ontario Liberal Party is one of three major political parties in Ontario, Canada running in the 2011 Ontario provincial election. The Ontario Liberals have governed the province since 2003, and currently forms a majority government in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario with 70 out of 107 seats.

Riding
Candidate's Name Notes Residence Occupation Votes % Rank
Ajax—Pickering Dickson, JoeJoe Dickson
Algoma—Manitoulin Brown, MikeMike Brown
Ancaster—Dundas—Flamborough—Westdale McMeekin, TedTed McMeekin
Barrie Walsh, KarlKarl Walsh
Beaches—East York Burstyn, HelenHelen Burstyn
Bramalea—Gore—Malton Kular, KuldipKuldip Kular
Brampton—Springdale Jeffrey, LindaLinda Jeffrey
Brampton West Dhillon, VicVic Dhillon
Brant Levac, DaveDave Levac
Bruce—Grey—Owen Sound Eccles, KevinKevin Eccles
Burlington Sakran, KarmelKarmel Sakran
Cambridge McGarry, KathrynKathryn McGarry
Carleton—Mississippi Mills Cornell, MeganMegan Cornell
Chatham-Kent—Essex Watson, PaulPaul Watson
Davenport Martins, CristinaCristina Martins
Don Valley East Coteau, MichaelMichael Coteau
Don Valley West Wynne, KathleenKathleen Wynne
Dufferin—Caledon Holloway, LoriLori Holloway
Durham Somerville, BettyBetty Somerville
Eglinton—Lawrence Colle, MikeMike Colle
Elgin—Middlesex—London Baldwin-Sands, LoriLori Baldwin-Sands
Essex Schmidt, KenKen Schmidt
Etobicoke Centre Cansfield, DonnaDonna Cansfield
Etobicoke—Lakeshore Broten, LaurelLaurel Broten
Etobicoke North Qaadri, ShafiqShafiq Qaadri
Glengarry—Prescott—Russell Crack, GrantGrant Crack
Guelph Sandals, LizLiz Sandals
Haldimand—Norfolk Crone, GregGreg Crone
Haliburton—Kawartha Lakes—Brock Johnson, RickRick Johnson
Halton Naidoo-Harris, IndiraIndira Naidoo-Harris
Hamilton Centre Tiqui-Shebib, DonnaDonna Tiqui-Shebib
Hamilton East—Stoney Creek Cripps, MarkMark Cripps
Hamilton Mountain Aggelonitis, SophiaSophia Aggelonitis
Huron—Bruce Mitchell, CarolCarol Mitchell
Kenora—Rainy River Leek, AnthonyAnthony Leek
Kingston and the Islands Gerretsen, JohnJohn Gerretsen
Kitchener Centre Milloy, JohnJohn Milloy
Kitchener—Conestoga Pendergast, LeeannaLeeanna Pendergast
Kitchener—Waterloo Davis, EricEric Davis
Lambton—Kent—Middlesex Van Bommel, MariaMaria Van Bommel
Lanark—Frontenac—Lennox and Addington MacDonald, BillBill MacDonald
Leeds—Grenville Heffernan, RayRay Heffernan
London—Fanshawe Ramal, KhalilKhalil Ramal
London North Centre Matthews, DebDeb Matthews
London West Bentley, ChrisChris Bentley
Markham—Unionville Chan, MichaelMichael Chan
Mississauga—Brampton South Mangat, AmritAmrit Mangat
Mississauga East—Cooksville Damerla, DipikaDipika Damerla
Mississauga—Erindale Takhar, HarinderHarinder Takhar
Mississauga South Sousa, CharlesCharles Sousa
Mississauga—Streetsville Delaney, BobBob Delaney
Nepean—Carleton Dransfield, DonDon Dransfield
Newmarket—Aurora Bisanz, ChristinaChristina Bisanz
Niagara Falls Craitor, KimKim Craitor
Niagara West—Glanbrook Trombetta, KatieKatie Trombetta
Nickel Belt Ryma, TonyTony Ryma
Nipissing Whiting, CatherineCatherine Whiting
Northumberland—Quinte West Rinaldi, LouLou Rinaldi
Oak Ridges—Markham Jaczek, HelenaHelena Jaczek
Oakville Flynn, KevinKevin Flynn
Oshawa Menezes, JacquieJacquie Menezes
Ottawa Centre Naqvi, YasirYasir Naqvi
Ottawa—Orléans McNeely, PhilPhil McNeely
Ottawa South McGuinty, DaltonDalton McGuinty
Ottawa Vanier Meilleur, MadeleineMadeleine Meilleur
Ottawa West—Nepean Chiarelli, BobBob Chiarelli
Oxford Hilderley, DavidDavid Hilderley
Parkdale—High Park Pasternak, CortneyCortney Pasternak
Parry Sound—Muskoka Waters, CindyCindy Waters
Perth—Wellington Wilkinson, JohnJohn Wilkinson
Peterborough Leal, JeffJeff Leal
Pickering—Scarborough East MacCharles, TracyTracy MacCharles
Prince Edward—Hastings Dombrowsky, LeonaLeona Dombrowsky
Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke O'Leary, JohnJohn O'Leary
Richmond Hill Moridi, RezaReza Moridi
St. Catharines Bradley, JimJim Bradley
St. Paul's Hoskins, EricEric Hoskins
Sarnia—Lambton Barry, StephanieStephanie Barry
Sault Ste. Marie Orazietti, DavidDavid Orazietti
Scarborough—Agincourt Wong, SooSoo Wong
Scarborough Centre Duguid, BradBrad Duguid
Scarborough—Guildwood Best, MargarettMargarett Best
Scarborough—Rouge River Balkissoon, BasBas Balkissoon
Scarborough Southwest Berardinetti, LorenzoLorenzo Berardinetti
Simcoe—Grey Kenwell, DonnaDonna Kenwell
Simcoe North Larsen, FredFred Larsen
Stormont—Dundas—South Glengarry MacDonald, MarkMark MacDonald
Sudbury Bartolucci, RickRick Bartolucci
Thornhill Farber, BernieBernie Farber
Thunder Bay—Atikokan Mauro, BillBill Mauro
Thunder Bay—Superior North Gravelle, MichaelMichael Gravelle
Timiskaming—Cochrane Bonin, DenisDenis Bonin
Timmins—James Bay Rickard, LeonardLeonard Rickard
Toronto Centre Murray, GlenGlen Murray
Toronto—Danforth Sterling, MarisaMarisa Sterling
Trinity—Spadina Thomson, SarahSarah Thomson
Vaughan Sorbara, GregGreg Sorbara
Welland Mercier, BenoitBenoit Mercier
Wellington—Halton Hills Johnson, MoyaMoya Johnson
Whitby—Oshawa Roy, ElizabethElizabeth Roy
Willowdale Zimmer, DavidDavid Zimmer
Windsor—Tecumseh Duncan, DwightDwight Duncan
Windsor West Piruzza, TeresaTeresa Piruzza
York Centre Kwinter, MonteMonte Kwinter
York—Simcoe Reszler, GloriaGloria Reszler
York South—Weston Albanese, LauraLaura Albanese
York West Sergio, MarioMario Sergio

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