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Chambly (provincial electoral district)

electoral district
Provincial electoral district
Legislature National Assembly of Quebec
Bertrand St-Arnaud
District created 1867
First contested 1867
Last contested 2012
Electors (2012)[1] 45,310
Area (km²)[2] 211.7
Census divisions La Vallée-du-Richelieu (part), Rouville (part)
Census subdivisions Carignan, Chambly, Richelieu, Saint-Basile-le-Grand, Saint-Mathias-sur-Richelieu

Chambly is a provincial electoral district in the in the Montérégie region of Quebec, Canada. It includes the cities of Chambly and Saint-Basile-le-Grand.

It was created for the 1867 election (and an electoral district of that name existed earlier in the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada and the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada).

In the change from the 2001 to the 2011 electoral map, it lost Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville to the newly created Montarville electoral district.

Members of the Legislative Assembly / National Assembly

Parliament Years Member Party
1st 1867–1871     Jean-Baptiste Jodoin Conservative
2nd 1871–1875 rowspan="1" |     Gédéon Larocque Liberal
3rd 1875–1878 rowspan="1" |     Jean-Raymond Fournier (Préfontaine)
1st term
4th 1878–1879     Michel-Dosithée-Stanislas Martel
1st term
1879–1881 rowspan="1" |     Jean-Raymond Fournier (Préfontaine)
2nd term
5th 1881–1886     Michel-Dosithée-Stanislas Martel
2nd term
6th 1886–1890 rowspan="2" |     Antoine Rocheleau
1st term
7th 1890–1892
8th 1892–1897     Louis-Olivier Taillon Conservative
9th 1897–1900 rowspan="1" |     Antoine Rocheleau
2nd term
10th 1900–1904 rowspan="3" |     Maurice Perrault Liberal
11th 1904–1908
12th 1908–1909
1909–1912 rowspan="4" |     Eugene Merril Lesieur Desaulniers Liberal
13th 1912–1916
14th 1916–1919
15th 1919–1923
16th 1923–1927 rowspan="2" |     Alexandre Thurber
1st term
17th 1927–1931
18th 1931–1935     Hortensius Béïque
1st term
19th 1935–1936 rowspan="1" |     Alexandre Thurber
2nd term
20th 1936–1939 rowspan="1" |     Hortensius Béïque
2nd term
Union Nationale
21st 1939–1944 rowspan="2" |     Dowina-Évariste Joyal Liberal
22nd 1944–1948
23rd 1948–1952 rowspan="2" |     John Redmond Roche Union Nationale
24th 1952–1956
25th 1956–1960 rowspan="2" |     Robert Théberge Liberal
26th 1960–1961
1961–1962 rowspan="4" |     Pierre Laporte Liberal
27th 1962–1966
28th 1966–1970
29th 1970
1971–1973 rowspan="1" |     Jean Cournoyer Liberal
30th 1973–1976 rowspan="1" |     Guy Saint-Pierre Liberal
31st 1976–1981 rowspan="1" bgcolor="" |     Denis Lazure Parti Québécois
32nd 1981–1985 rowspan="1" bgcolor="" |     Luc Tremblay Parti Québécois
33rd 1985–1989 rowspan="1" |     Gérard Latulipe Liberal
34th 1989–1994 rowspan="1" |     Lucienne Robillard Liberal
35th 1994–1998 rowspan="2" bgcolor="" |     Louise Beaudoin Parti Québécois
36th 1998–2003
37th 2003–2007 rowspan="1" |     Diane Legault Liberal
38th 2007–2008     Richard Merlini Action démocratique du Québec
39th 2008–2012 rowspan="2" bgcolor="" |     Bertrand St-Arnaud Parti Québécois
40th 2012–

Election results

|- |bgcolor=""|     |Parti Québécois |Bertrand St-Arnaud |align="right"|16,049 |align="right"|40.01 |- |bgcolor="lightcoral"|     |Liberal |Stéphanie Doyon |align="right"|14,485 |align="right"|36.11 |- |bgcolor="lightsteelblue"|     |Action démocratique |Richard Merlini |align="right"|6,455 |align="right"|16.09 |- |bgcolor="#DC663C"|     |Québec solidaire |Jocelyn Roy |align="right"|1,167 |align="right"|2.91 |}

External links

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


Neighbouring electoral districts

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