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Vancouver-Fraserview

Vancouver-Fraserview
British Columbia electoral district
Provincial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of British Columbia
MLA
 
 
 
Suzanne Anton
Liberal
District created 1991
First contested 1991
Last contested 2013
Demographics
Census divisions Metro Vancouver
Census subdivisions Vancouver

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

Contents

  • Demographics 1
  • Geography 2
  • History 3
  • Member of Legislative Assembly 4
  • Election results 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Demographics

Population, 2001 53,062
Population Change, 1996–2001 5.5%
Area (km²) 12
Pop. Density (people per km²) 4,317

Geography

As of the redistricting from the census, Vancouver-Fraserview is on the southeast section of Vancouver with approximate borders of East 49th Ave., Fraser St., Boundary Rd., and SW Marine Drive.

History

Member of Legislative Assembly

The current MLA of Vancouver-Fraserview is Suzanne Anton. Recent MLAs include Kash Heed, who served as the Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General, and Wally Oppal, who served as the Attorney-General.

Election results

B.C. General Election 2013: Vancouver-Fraserview[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Liberal Suzanne Anton 9,127 47.19% -2.10% TBD
New Democratic Gabriel Yiu 8,581 44.37% -1.06% TBD
Green Stuart Mackinnon 1,053 5.44% +0.77% TBD
Conservative Rajiv Pandey 578 2.99% TBD
Total Valid Votes 19,339 100%
Total Rejected Ballots TBD
Turnout TBD
B.C. General Election 2009: Vancouver-Fraserview
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Liberal Kash Heed 9,549 49.29% +1.49% $105,420
New Democratic Gabriel Yiu 8,801 45.43% +3.00% $97,038
Green Jodie Joanna Emery 904 4.67% -1.97% $8,279
Refederation Andrew Stevano 118 0.61% $260
Total Valid Votes 19,372 100%
Total Rejected Ballots 175 0.90%
Turnout 19,547 51.09%
B.C. General Election 2005: Vancouver-Fraserview
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Liberal Wally Oppal 9,895 47.80% $195,304
     NDP Ravinder Gill 8,783 42.43% $55,698
Green Doug Perry 1,374 6.64% $2,223
Marijuana Shea Campbell 650 3.13% $100
Total Valid Votes 20,702 100%
Total Rejected Ballots 286 1.38%
Turnout 20,988 57.96%
B.C. General Election 2001: Vancouver-Fraserview
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Liberal Ken Johnston 10,361 56.84% $43,542
     NDP Ian Waddell 5,815 31.91% $28,396
Green Merina Matthew 1,417 7.77% $197
Unity Paul Stilwell 369 2.02%
Marijuana Paul Emerson Hughes 267 1.46% $394
Total valid votes 18,229 100.00%
Total rejected ballots 150 0.82%
Turnout 18,379 71.61%
B.C. General Election 1996: Vancouver-Fraserview
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
     NDP Ian Waddell 8,774 45.97% $41,504
Liberal Gulzar Singh Cheema 8,394 43.98% $53,524
Progressive Democrat Andy Wong 815 4.27% $2,073
Green Stephen Samuel 225 1.18% $307
Reform Tim Shreeve 643 3.37% $2,189
Social Credit T. Glen Lockhart 177 0.93% $1,118
     Natural Law Prince Pabbies 57 0.30% $139
Total valid votes 19,085 100.00%
Total rejected ballots 143 0.74%
Turnout 19,228 71.94%
B.C. General Election 1991: Vancouver-Fraserview
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
     NDP Bernie Simpson 8,016 44.16% $43,735
Liberal Rod Raglin 5,837 32.15% $6,541
Social Credit Jonathan Baker 4,060 22.37% $25,231
Green Stuart Parker 141 0.78%
Libertarian John Clarke 98 0.54%
Total valid votes 18,152 100.00%
Total rejected ballots 520 2.78%
Turnout 18,672 73.08%

References

  1. ^ http://electionsbcenr.blob.core.windows.net/electionsbcenr/ed/GE-2013-05-14_Vancouver-Fraserview.html. Retrieved 19 May 2013. 

External links

  • BC Stats
  • Results of 2001 election (pdf)
  • 2001 Expenditures (pdf)
  • Results of 1996 election
  • 1996 Expenditures
  • Results of 1991 election
  • 1991 Expenditures
  • Website of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia
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