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Vancouver-Kingsway (provincial electoral district)

Vancouver-Kingsway (provincial electoral district) is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, Canada.


{ class="wikitable"|Population |54,379 |- |Population Change, 1996–2001 |3.6% |- |Area (km²) |9.02 |- |Pop. Density (People per km²) |6,029 |}

Member of Legislative Assembly

Its MLA is Adrian Dix. He was first elected in 2005. He represents the British Columbia New Democratic Party.

Election results

2013 BC General Election

BCNDP: Adrian Dix (Votes: 9376)

BC Liberal: Gurjit Dhillon (Votes: 6090)

BC Green: Gregory Dale Esau (Votes: 1172)

British Columbia sales tax referendum, 2011
Side Votes %
Yes 13,701 72.45%
No 5,211 27.55%

British Columbia electoral reform referendum, 2009
Side Votes %
FPTP 9,309 59.98%
BC-STV 6,211 40.02%

British Columbia electoral reform referendum, 2005
Side Votes %
Yes 9,974 53.87%
No 8,541 46.13%

|- |- |NDP |Alicia Barsallo |align="right"|5,429 |align="right"|32.78% |align="right"| |align="right"|$41,185

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