Cape Breton Centre

Infobox Canadian provincial riding
name = Cape Breton Centre
province = Nova Scotia
legislature = Nova Scotia House of Assembly


member-type = Member of the
Legislative Assembly
party-colour = NDP
member = Frank Corbett
member-party = NDP
census-date = 2001
pop = 16,260
election-date = 2006
electors = 11,786
area =
popdens =
created =
cdivision = Cape Breton
muns = New Waterford

Cape Breton Centre is a provincial electoral district in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada, that elects one member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly.

Its current Member of the Legislative Assembly, since 1998, is Frank Corbett of the Nova Scotia New Democratic Party. The district consists of the area around New Waterford.

Members of the Legislative Assembly

* Frank Corbett, New Democratic Party (1998 - present)
* Russell MacNeil, Liberal (1990 - 1998)
* Wayne 'Buzzy' Connors, Liberal (1988 - 1989)
* Michael Laffin, Progressive Conservative (1981 - 1988)
* James 'Buddy' MacEachern, New Democratic Party (1974 - 1981)
* Michael Laffin, Progressive Conservative (1963 - 1974)

Election results

-
Nova Scotia New Democratic Party|New Democratic Party
Frank Corbett
align="right"|3490
align="right"|43.65
align="right"
Progressive Conservative
Darren Bruckschwaiger
align="right"|2274
align="right"|28.44
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Liberal Party|Liberal
Laura Lee MacDonald
align="right"|2152
align="right"|26.92
align="right"
-
Green
Frances Oomen
align="right"|79
align="right"|0.99
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia New Democratic Party|New Democratic Party
Frank Corbett
align="right"|3929
align="right"|50.64
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Liberal Party|Liberal
Basil McGillivray
align="right"|3456
align="right"|44.55
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party|Progressive Conservative
Rita Tighe-MacLeod
align="right"|373
align="right"|4.81
align="right"

-
Nova Scotia New Democratic Party|New Democratic Party
Frank "Nanky" Corbett
align="right"|4042
align="right"|54.09
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Liberal Party|Liberal
Susan Deruelle Marsh
align="right"|2985
align="right"|39.94
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party|Progressive Conservative
John Morrisey
align="right"|446
align="right"|5.97
align="right"

-
New Democratic Party
Frank "Nanky" Corbett
align="right"|5499
align="right"|64.6
align="right"
-
Liberal
Steve Drake
align="right"|2435
align="right"|28.6
align="right"
-
Progressive Conservative
Julien Frison
align="right"|576
align="right"|6.8
align="right"

-
Nova Scotia Liberal Party|Liberal
Russell MacNeil
align="right"|5644
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia New Democratic Party|New Democratic Party
Victor Tomiczek
align="right"|2554
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party|Progressive Conservative
Julien Frison
align="right"|1012
align="right"
align="right"

-
Nova Scotia Liberal Party|Liberal
Russell MacNeil
align="right"|3338
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia New Democratic Party|New Democratic Party
John Stevens
align="right"|2543
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party|Progressive Conservative
Harold MacDonald
align="right"|2257
align="right"
align="right"

-
Nova Scotia Liberal Party|Liberal
Russell MacNeil
align="right"|2758
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party|Progressive Conservative
Harold MacDonald
align="right"|2755
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia New Democratic Party|New Democratic Party
John Stevens
align="right"|2245
align="right"
align="right"

-
Nova Scotia Liberal Party|Liberal
Wayne 'Buzzy' Connors
align="right"|3681
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party|Progressive Conservative
Harold MacDonald
align="right"|2210
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia New Democratic Party|New Democratic Party
John Wilson
align="right"|2146
align="right"
align="right"

-
Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party|Progressive Conservative
Dr. Mike Laffin
align="right"|4586
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Liberal Party|Liberal
A. (Beaver) Parsons
align="right"|1264
align="right"
align="right"
-
Cape Breton Labour Party
Dan 'Diddles' MacKinnon
align="right"|1202
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia New Democratic Party|New Democratic Party
Angus Grant
align="right"|743
align="right"
align="right"

-
Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party|Progressive Conservative
Dr. Mike Laffin
align="right"|3276
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia New Democratic Party|New Democratic Party
James 'Buddy' MacEachern
align="right"|2812
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Liberal Party|Liberal
Art MacDonald
align="right"|2208
align="right"
align="right"

-
Nova Scotia New Democratic Party|New Democratic Party
James 'Buddy' MacEachern
align="right"|3594
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Liberal Party|Liberal
Francis MacLean
align="right"|2993
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party|Progressive Conservative
Peter MacKinnon
align="right"|1510
align="right"
align="right"

-
Nova Scotia New Democratic Party|New Democratic Party
James 'Buddy' MacEachern
align="right"|3380
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party|Progressive Conservative
Dr. Mike Laffin
align="right"|2743
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Liberal Party|Liberal
Albert J. Boudreau
align="right"|1703
align="right"
align="right"

-
Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party|Progressive Conservative
Dr. Mike Laffin
align="right"|3680
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Liberal Party|Liberal
Dr. Stewart Marsh
align="right"|1902
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia New Democratic Party|New Democratic Party
Alex MacDonald
align="right"|1700
align="right"
align="right"

-
Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party|Progressive Conservative
Dr. Mike Laffin
align="right"|3565
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia New Democratic Party|New Democratic Party
Tom O'Leary
align="right"|1505
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Liberal Party|Liberal
William J. Boudreau
align="right"|1313
align="right"
align="right"

-
Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party|Progressive Conservative
Dr. Mike Laffin
align="right"|3699
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia New Democratic Party|New Democratic Party
Michael James MacDonald
align="right"|2197
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Liberal Party|Liberal
Joseph Rizzetto
align="right"|939
align="right"
align="right"

-
Co-operative Commonwealth Federation
Michael James MacDonald
align="right"|3371
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party|Progressive Conservative
Lowell Murray
align="right"|1964
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Liberal Party|Liberal
James P. McNeil
align="right"|1887
align="right"
align="right"

-
Co-operative Commonwealth Federation
Michael James MacDonald
align="right"|2948
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Liberal Party|Liberal
James P. McNeil
align="right"|2569
align="right"
align="right"
-
Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative Party|Progressive Conservative
Charles W. Miller
align="right"|1289
align="right"
align="right"

External links

* [http://www.cbc.ca/nsvotes2006/riding/005/ District Profile]

References

*Elections Nova Scotia, [http://electionsnovascotia.ns.ca/results/ele_summary.pdf Election Summary From 1867-2007] . Retrieved May 7, 2008
*Elections Nova Scotia, [http://electionsnovascotia.ns.ca/results/Elections/General%20Election%201956.pdf Complete Results and Statistics (October 30, 1956)] . Retrieved June 7, 2008
*Elections Nova Scotia, [http://electionsnovascotia.ns.ca/results/Elections/General%20Election%201960.pdf Complete Results and Statistics (June 7, 1960)] . Retrieved June 7, 2008
*Elections Nova Scotia, [http://electionsnovascotia.ns.ca/results/Elections/General%20Election%201963.pdf Complete Results and Statistics (October 8, 1963)] . Retrieved May 7, 2008
*Elections Nova Scotia, [http://electionsnovascotia.ns.ca/results/Elections/General%20Election%201967.pdf Complete Results and Statistics (May 30, 1967)] . Retrieved May 7, 2008
*Elections Nova Scotia, [http://electionsnovascotia.ns.ca/results/Elections/General%20Election%201970.pdf Complete Results and Statistics (October 13, 1970)] . Retrieved May 7, 2008
*Elections Nova Scotia, [http://electionsnovascotia.ns.ca/results/Elections/General%20Election%201974.pdf Complete Results and Statistics (April 2, 1974)] . Retrieved May 7, 2008
*Elections Nova Scotia, [http://electionsnovascotia.ns.ca/results/Elections/General%20Election%201978.pdf Complete Results and Statistics (September 19, 1978)] . Retrieved May 7, 2008
*Elections Nova Scotia, [http://electionsnovascotia.ns.ca/results/Elections/General%20Election%201981.pdf Complete Results and Statistics (October 6, 1981)] . Retrieved May 7, 2008
*Elections Nova Scotia, [http://electionsnovascotia.ns.ca/results/Elections/General%20Election%201984.pdf Complete Results and Statistics (November 6, 1984)] . Retrieved May 7, 2008
*Elections Nova Scotia, [http://electionsnovascotia.ns.ca/results/Elections/General%20Election%201988.pdf Complete Results and Statistics (September 6, 1988)] . Retrieved April 30, 2008
*Elections Nova Scotia, [http://electionsnovascotia.ns.ca/results/byElections/By%20Election%201989.pdf Return of By-Elections for the House of Assembly 1989 and 1990] . Retrieved April 30, 2008
*Elections Nova Scotia, [http://electionsnovascotia.ns.ca/results/Elections/General%20Election%201993.pdf Complete Results and Statistics (May 25, 1993)] . Retrieved April 30, 2008
*Elections Nova Scotia, [http://electionsnovascotia.ns.ca/results/98Results/Dist05.pdf Complete Results and Statistics (March 24, 1998)] . Retrieved April 30, 2008
*Elections Nova Scotia, [http://electionsnovascotia.ns.ca/results/99Results/99CBC.pdf Complete Results and Statistics (July 27, 1999)] . Retrieved Dec 14, 2007
*Elections Nova Scotia, [http://electionsnovascotia.ns.ca/results/03results/03dist05.pdf Complete Results and Statistics (August 5, 2003)] . Retrieved April 30, 2008
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