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Jacques-Cartier

This article is about the provincial electoral district. For other uses, see Jacques Cartier (disambiguation).
Jacques-Cartier
electoral district
Provincial electoral district
Legislature National Assembly of Quebec
MNA
 
 
 
Geoffrey Kelley
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District created 1867
First contested 1867
Last contested 2012
Demographics
Population (2006) 59,416
Electors (2012)[1] 43,582
Area (km²)[2] 96.7
Pop. density (per km²) 614.4
Census divisions Montreal
Census subdivisions Baie-D'Urfé, Beaconsfield, Pointe-Claire, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Senneville

Jacques-Cartier is an electoral district in the West Island of Montreal, Canada, that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It is the only provincial electoral district in Quebec with an Anglophone majority.

Named after Jacques Cartier, the district existed in the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada), and its present incarnation dates from the 1867 election.

In 2011 district boundaries were redrawn so that part of Kirkland was transferred to Nelligan, in exchange for Senneville.

Members of the Legislative Assembly / National Assembly

Electoral results

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Template:Canadian election result/top Template:CANelec |- |- |bgcolor="Template:Canadian party colour/Temporary"|     |Parti Québécois |Guy Amyot |align="right"|1,894 |align="right"|5.47 |align="right"|-2.95 |- |- |bgcolor="lightsteelblue"|     |Action démocratique |Jeffrey Penney |align="right"|1,253 |align="right"|3.62 |align="right"|+0.08 |- Template:CANelec |- |- |bgcolor="moccasin"|     |Equality |Keith Henderson |align="right"|650 |align="right"|1.88 |align="right"|-1.94 |- |- |bgcolor="gainsboro"|     |No designation |Daniel Cormier-Roach |align="right"|49 |align="right"|0.14 |align="right"|– |}

Template:Canadian election result/top Template:CANelec |- |- |bgcolor="Template:Canadian party colour/Temporary"|     |Parti Québécois |Guy Amyot |align="right"|3,315 |align="right"|8.42 |align="right"|-0.35 |- |- |bgcolor="moccasin"|     |Equality |William F. Shaw |align="right"|1,502 |align="right"|3.82 |align="right"|-2.33 |- |- |bgcolor="lightsteelblue"|     |Action démocratique |Alexandre Barnes |align="right"|1,392 |align="right"|3.54 |align="right"|– |- |- |bgcolor="sandybrown"|     |Socialist Democracy |Eugène Busque |align="right"|217 |align="right"|0.55 |align="right"|– |}

1995 Quebec referendum
Side Votes %
Non 40,689 91.02
Oui 4,016 8.98

Template:Canadian election result/top Template:CANelec |- |- |bgcolor="Template:Canadian party colour/Temporary"|     |Parti Québécois |Maurice Crépeau |align="right"|3,441 |align="right"|8.77 |align="right"|-0.22 |- |- |bgcolor="moccasin"|     |Equality |Neil Cameron |align="right"|2,415 |align="right"|6.15 |align="right"|-37.75 |- |- |bgcolor="lavender"|     |Natural Law |Maurice Bergeron |align="right"|206 |align="right"|0.52 |align="right"|– |- |- |bgcolor="gainsboro"|     |CANADA! |Gilles Florent Pepin |align="right"|186 |align="right"|0.47 |align="right"|– |- |- |bgcolor="gainsboro"|     |Economic |Karl Berryman |align="right"|94 |align="right"|0.24 |align="right"|– |- |- |bgcolor="tomato"|     |Communist |Jacques Hardy |align="right"|76 |align="right"|0.19 |align="right"|– |}

1992 Charlottetown Accord referendum
Side Votes %
Oui 33,272 83.47
Non 6,588 16.53

Template:Canadian election result/top Template:CANelec |- |- |bgcolor="lightcoral"|     |Liberal |Joan Dougherty |align="right"|14,019 |align="right"|41.52 |align="right"|-38.84 |- |- |bgcolor="Template:Canadian party colour/Temporary"|     |Parti Québécois |Claudette Montpetit |align="right"|3,035 |align="right"|8.99 |align="right"|-3.74 |- Template:CANelec |- |- |bgcolor="sandybrown"|     |New Democratic |Thomas Ezzy |align="right"|228 |align="right"|0.68 |align="right"|-2.72 |- |- |bgcolor="gainsboro"|     |Independent |Neal Ford |align="right"|192 |align="right"|0.57 |align="right"|– |- |- |bgcolor="gainsboro"|     |Independent |Howard Galganov |align="right"|50 |align="right"|0.15 |align="right"|– |}

References

External links

Information
  • Elections Quebec
Election results
  • Election results (National Assembly)
  • Election results (QuébecPolitique)
Maps
  • 2011 map (PDF)
  • 2001 map (Flash)
    2001–2011 changes (Flash)
    1992–2001 changes (Flash)
  • Electoral map of Montréal region
  • Quebec electoral map, 2011

Neighbouring electoral districts

Coordinates: 45°25′30″N 73°52′55″W / 45.425°N 73.882°W / 45.425; -73.882

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