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Parksville-Qualicum

Parksville-Qualicum is the name of a provincial electoral district in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It first appeared on the hustings in the general election of 1991. It also appeared was in the 1996 general election and a by-election in 1998. Following redistribution, the area became part of the Nanaimo-Parksville and Alberni-Qualicum ridings. It was again contested in the 2009 general election, and was won by Liberal, Ron Cantelon.

Contents

  • Demographics 1
  • MLAs 2
  • Electoral history 3
  • Sources 4

Demographics

MLAs

  1. Leonard Krog, New Democrat (1991–1996)
  2. Paul Reitsma, Liberal (1996–1998)
  3. Judith Reid, Liberal (1998–2001)
  4. Ron Cantelon, Liberal (2009–2013)
  5. Michelle Stilwell, Liberal (2013–present)

Electoral history

|- | style="background:#A51B12; width: 16px"| | style="width: 180px; text-align:left;" | Liberal||Paul Reitsma ||style="text-align:right;"|13,549 ||style="text-align:right;"|41.19 ||style="text-align:right;"| +5.90 ||style="text-align:right;"|$62,975

|- | style="background:#F4A460; width: 16px"| | style="width: 180px; text-align:left;" | New Democratic||Leonard Krog ||style="text-align:right;"|12,976 ||style="text-align:right;"|39.72 ||style="text-align:right;"|-0.52 ||style="text-align:right;"|$32,958

|- | style="background:#00BFFF; width: 16px"| | style="width: 180px; text-align:left;" | Reform||Tuenis Westbroek ||style="text-align:right;"|3,955 ||style="text-align:right;"|12.11 ||style="text-align:right;"|– ||style="text-align:right;"|$30,371

|- | style="background:#AA99CC; width: 16px"| | style="width: 180px; text-align:left;" | Progressive Democrat||Garner Stone ||style="text-align:right;"|1,669 ||style="text-align:right;"|5.11% ||style="text-align:right;"|– ||style="text-align:right;"|$100

|- | style="background:#99C955; width: 16px"| | style="width: 180px; text-align:left;" | Green||Mark Robinson ||style="text-align:right;"|422 ||style="text-align:right;"|1.29 ||style="text-align:right;"|– ||style="text-align:right;"|$100

|NLP |Cliff Brown |align="right"|110 |align="right"|0.34 |align="right"| |align="right"|$150

|- | style="background:#DCDCDC; width: 16px"| | style="width: 180px; text-align:left;" | Coop Comm Fam||David Martin ||style="text-align:right;"|81 ||style="text-align:right;"|0.25 ||style="text-align:right;"| ||style="text-align:right;"|unknown |- bgcolor="white" !align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes !align="right"|32,672 !align="right"|100.00% !align="right"| |- bgcolor="white" !align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots !align="right"|143 !align="right"| !align="right"| |- bgcolor="white" !align="right" colspan=3|Turnout !align="right"|77.12% !align="right"| !align="right"| |}


|- | style="background:#A51B12; width: 16px"| | style="width: 180px; text-align:left;" | Liberal||Judith Reid ||style="text-align:right;"|13,862 ||style="text-align:right;"|52.61 ||style="text-align:right;"|+11.42 ||style="text-align:right;"|$80,746 |- |bgcolor="sandybrown"|     |NDP |Leonard Krog |align="right"|5,978 |align="right"|22.69 |align="right"| |align="right"|$51,078

|- | style="background:#AA99CC; width: 16px"| | style="width: 180px; text-align:left;" | Progressive Democrat||Bruce Hampson ||style="text-align:right;"|3,585 ||style="text-align:right;"|13.61 ||style="text-align:right;"|– ||style="text-align:right;"|$32,872

|- | style="background:#00BFFF; width: 16px"| | style="width: 180px; text-align:left;" | Reform||Roger Rocan ||style="text-align:right;"|1,560 ||style="text-align:right;"|5.92 ||style="text-align:right;"|– ||style="text-align:right;"|$13,303

|- | style="background:#99C955; width: 16px"| | style="width: 180px; text-align:left;" | Green||Stuart Parker ||style="text-align:right;"|458 ||style="text-align:right;"|1.74 ||style="text-align:right;"|– ||style="text-align:right;"|$100 |- |bgcolor="gainsboro"|     |Independent |Brunie Brunie |align="right"|419 |align="right"|1.67 |align="right"| |align="right"|$650 |- |bgcolor="gainsboro"|     |Independent |Bruce Ryder |align="right"|163 |align="right"|0.62 |align="right"| |align="right"|$106 |- |bgcolor="gainsboro"|     |Independent |Les Blank |align="right"|136 |align="right"|0.51 |align="right"| |align="right"|$923

|- | style="background:#CC6699; width: 16px"| | style="width: 180px; text-align:left;" | Family Coalition||Mary Elinor Moreau ||style="text-align:right;"|94 ||style="text-align:right;"|0.35% ||style="text-align:right;"| ||style="text-align:right;"|$1,849

|- | style="background:#87CEFA; width: 16px"| | style="width: 180px; text-align:left;" | British Columbia Party||John Motiuk ||style="text-align:right;"|74 ||style="text-align:right;"|0.28% ||style="text-align:right;"|– ||style="text-align:right;"|$9,988 |- bgcolor="white" !align="right" colspan=3|Total valid votes !align="right"|26,349 !align="right"|100.00% !align="right"| |- bgcolor="white" !align="right" colspan=3|Total rejected ballots !align="right"|55 !align="right"| !align="right"| |- bgcolor="white" !align="right" colspan=3|Turnout !align="right"|60.09% !align="right"| !align="right"|

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British Columbia general election, 2009
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Ron Cantelon 13,716 51.42%
New Democratic Leanne Salter 10,136 38.00%
Green Wayne Osborne 2,573 9.64%
Refederation Bruce Ryder 251 0.94%
Total valid votes 26,676 100.00%

Sources

Elections BC Historical Returns

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