Scarborough East

Scarborough East was a Canadian electoral district represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1968 to 2003, and was represented in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1999 to 2007, and on Toronto City Council.

It initially consisted the eastern part of the Borough of Scarborough, although its boundaries were adjusted several times. It was created in 1966 from part of York—Scarborough. The federal electoral district was abolished in 2003 when it was redistributed between Pickering—Scarborough East and Scarborough—Guildwood ridings.

It remains in use as a municipal ward: the eastern half is represented by Gay Cowbourne, and the western portion by David Soknacki.

Federal Members of Parliament

*Martin O'Connell, Liberal (1968-1972)
*Reg Stackhouse, Progressive Conservative (1972-1974)
*Martin O'Connell, Liberal (1974-1979)
*Gordon Gilchrist, Progressive Conservative (1979-1984)
*Bob Hicks, Progressive Conservative (1984-1993)
*Doug Peters, Liberal (1993-1997)
*John McKay, Liberal (1997-2004)

Members of Provincial Parliament

*Steve Gilchrist, Progressive Conservative (1999-2003)
*Mary Anne Chambers, Liberal (2003-2007)

Earlier boundaries

Federal election results

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John McKay
Align="Right"|24,019
Paul Calandra
Align="Right"| 7,559
Paul McCrossan
Align="Right"| 6,284
Denise Lake
Align="Right"| 1,884
Dave Glover
Align="Right"|292
France Tremblay
Align="Right"|113

-
John McKay
Align="Right"|23,065
D'arcy Keene
Align="Right"| 8,297
Calvin Henry-Cotnam
Align="Right"| 7,011
Bob Frankford
Align="Right"| 3,330
Sharon Trivers
Align="Right"| 278
Ian Town
Align="Right"| 171
Stan Roberts
Align="Right"| 164
Erica Kindl
Align="Right"| 135

-
Doug Peters
Align="Right"| 20,048
Randall Flint
Align="Right"| 10,239
D'arcy Keene
Align="Right"| 6,598
Doug Ottenbreit
Align="Right"| 1,524
David Glover
Align="Right"| 379
Jim Mcintosh
Align="Right"| 363
Lois Jean James
Align="Right"| 250
Carol-Anne Coulter
Align="Right"|195
James Norton Worthington
Align="Right"| 59

-
Bob Hicks
Align="Right"|18,149
Betty Fevreau
Align="Right"| 16,337
Mary Cook
Align="Right"| 6,866
Jim Mcintosh
Align="Right"| 307
Greg Knittl
Align="Right"|201
Kathy Koulas
Align="Right"| 69

-
Bob Hicks
Align="Right"|26,349
Betty Fevreau
Align="Right"| 13,325
Alawi Mohideen
Align="Right"|6,422
Lois Jean James
Align="Right"| 553
Jim Mcintosh
Align="Right"| 512
Norman Brudy
Align="Right"| 142
James Browne
Align="Right"| 87

-
Gordon Gilchrist
Align="Right"| 17,658
Martin O'Connell
Align="Right"|17,147
Chris Bain
Align="Right"| 8,533
Paul C. Young
Align="Right"| 181
Tom Boylan
Align="Right"| 60

-
Gordon Gilchrist
Align="Right"|21,381
Martin O'Connell
Align="Right"| 16,002
Sid Dunkley
Align="Right"| 8,190
Paul Young
Align="Right"| 170
Thomas Boylan
Align="Right"| 62

-
Martin O'Connell
Align="Right"| 30,586
D. Crawford Smyth
Align="Right"| 23,585
John McMahon
Align="Right"| 10,772
George McLenon
Align="Right"|173
Raymond M. Whidden
Align="Right"| 172
Sharon Stevenson
Align="Right"| 96

-
Reg Stackhouse
Align="Right"| 27,301
Martin O'Connell
Align="Right"| 25,837
John McMahon
Align="Right"| 14,731
George McLenon
Align="Right"| 227
Don Macerollo
Align="Right"|77

-
Martin O'Connell
Align="Right"| 23,701
Kenneth Ranney
Align="Right"| 13,265
James A. Taylor
Align="Right"| 12,477

Provincial election results

Election box begin | title=Ontario general election, 2003
-
Mary Anne Chambers
align="right"|21,798
align="right"|51.5
align="right"|+10.62
-
Steve Gilchrist
align="right"|14,323
align="right"|33.84
align="right"|-15.66
-
Gary Dale
align="right"|5,250
align="right"|12.4
align="right"|+5.57
-
Hugh McNeil
align="right"|668
align="right"|+1.58
-
Sam Apelbaum
align="right"|285
align="right"|0.67
align="right"|-0.21

OntElec5|1999
-
Steve Gilchrist
align="right"|20,686
align="right"|49.5
-
Peter Vanderyagt
align="right"|17,084
align="right"|40.88
-
Terry Maley
align="right"|2,853
align="right"|6.83
-
Catherine Fox
align="right"|457
align="right"|1.09
-
Sam Apelbaum
align="right"|368
align="right"|0.88
-
Heath Thomas
align="right"|205
align="right"|0.49
-
Loucas Cafe
align="right"|135
align="right"|0.32

See also

* List of Canadian federal electoral districts
* Past Canadian electoral districts

External links

* [ http://www.parl.gc.ca/information/about/process/house/hfer/hfer.asp?Language=E&Search=Det&Include=Y&rid=673 Riding history from the] Library of Parliament
* Elections Ontario [http://www.electionsontario.on.ca/results/1999_results/stat_summary.jsp?e_code=37&rec=0&
] and [http://www.electionsontario.on.ca/results/2003_results/stat_summary.jsp?e_code=38&rec=0&
]


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