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Waterloo—Cambridge

Waterloo was a federal electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1968 to 1979. From 1973 to 1976, it was known as Waterloo—Cambridge. This riding was created in 1966 from parts of Waterloo North and Waterloo South ridings.

Waterloo initially consisted of the City of Galt, the City of Waterloo, the Town of Preston, the Town of Hespeler and the Townships of North Dumfries and Waterloo.

In 1976, Waterloo—Cambridge was abolished when it was redistributed between Cambridge, Kitchener and a new Waterloo riding.

The new Waterloo riding was created from parts of Kitchener, Perth—Wilmot, Waterloo—Cambridge, and Wellington—Grey—Dufferin—Waterloo ridings. It consisted of the Townships of Wellesley, Wilmot and Woolwich, the City of Waterloo, and parts of the City of Kitchener.

In 1987, it was redefined to consist of the northern part of the City of Kitchener, the City of Waterloo, and the Township of Woolwich.

The electoral district was abolished in 1996 when it was redistributed between Kitchener—Waterloo, Perth—Wellington—Waterloo and Waterloo—Wellington ridings.

Members of Parliament

Parliament Years Member Party
Waterloo North and Waterloo South prior to 1968.
Waterloo
28th 1968–1972     Max Saltsman New Democratic
29th 1972–1974
Waterloo—Cambridge
30th 1974–1979     Max Saltsman New Democratic
Waterloo
31st 1979-1980     Walter McLean Progressive Conservative
32nd 1980-1984
33rd 1984-1988
34th 1988-1993
31st 1993-1997     Andrew Telegdi Liberal
Kitchener—Waterloo, Perth—Wellington—Waterloo, and Waterloo—Wellington following 1997.


Electoral history

Waterloo, 1966 - 1973

Template:Canadian election result/top |- |- |bgcolor="sandybrown"|     |New Democratic Party |SALTSMAN, Max |align="right"| 15,231 |- |bgcolor="lightcoral"|     |Liberal |EPP, Herbert A. |align="right"|14,835 |- |bgcolor="#9999FF"|     |Progressive Conservative |O'BRIAN, Liam S. |align="right"|14,568 |- |bgcolor="lightgreen"|     |Social Credit |GERVAIS, Régent |align="right"| 167 |}

Template:Canadian election result/top |- |- |bgcolor="sandybrown"|     |New Democratic Party |SALTSMAN, Max |align="right"|24,197 |- |bgcolor="#9999FF"|     |Progressive Conservative |CARROLL, Glenn E. |align="right"| 19,817 |- |bgcolor="lightcoral"|     |Liberal |BREITHAUPT, Lou |align="right"|15,570 |- |bgcolor="lightgreen"|     |Social Credit |GERVAIS, Regent G. |align="right"| 143 |- |bgcolor="gainsboro"|     |Unknown |GRAJOWER, Jules W.P. |align="right"|55 |}

Waterloo—Cambridge, 1973 - 1976

Template:Canadian election result/top |- |- |bgcolor="sandybrown"|     |New Democratic Party |SALTSMAN, Max |align="right"|25,479 |- |bgcolor="lightcoral"|     |Liberal |GOFF, Brian |align="right"|18,034 |- |bgcolor="#9999FF"|     |Progressive Conservative |CARROLL, Glenn |align="right"|17,394 |- |bgcolor="lightgreen"|     |Social Credit |LONG, John H. |align="right"| 253 |- |bgcolor="indianred"|     |Marxist-Leninist |RATHWELL, Richard E. |align="right"| 122 |}

Waterloo, 1976 - 1996

Template:Canadian election result/top |- |- |bgcolor="#9999FF"|     |Progressive Conservative |MCLEAN, Walter |align="right"| 23,837 |- |bgcolor="lightcoral"|     |Liberal |EPP, Frank |align="right"|18,172 |- |bgcolor="sandybrown"|     |New Democratic Party |MAKARCHUK, Mike |align="right"| 9,375 |- |bgcolor="#119900"|     |Libertarian |POSMA, Bonne Willy |align="right"| 241 |- |bgcolor="indianred"|     |Marxist-Leninist |ERDMAN, Brian |align="right"| 125 |}

Template:Canadian election result/top |- |- |bgcolor="#9999FF"|     |Progressive Conservative |MCLEAN, Walter |align="right"|20,609 |- |bgcolor="lightcoral"|     |Liberal |EPP, Frank |align="right"|20,455 |- |bgcolor="sandybrown"|     |New Democratic Party |NEEDHAM, Bob |align="right"| 9,819 Template:CANelec |- |bgcolor="#119900"|     |Libertarian |MCLORG, Colin |align="right"| 229 |- |bgcolor="indianred"|     |Marxist-Leninist |ERDMAN, Brian |align="right"| 87 |}

Template:Canadian election result/top |- |- |bgcolor="#9999FF"|     |Progressive Conservative |MCLEAN, Walter |align="right"|31,898 |- |bgcolor="lightcoral"|     |Liberal |MYERS, Lynn |align="right"| 13,911 |- |bgcolor="sandybrown"|     |New Democratic Party |NEEDHAM, Bob |align="right"| 10,275 |- |bgcolor="#119900"|     |Libertarian |KULCHECKI, Layne E. |align="right"|525 |}

Template:Canadian election result/top |- |- |bgcolor="#9999FF"|     |Progressive Conservative |MCLEAN, Walter |align="right"|26,949 |- |bgcolor="lightcoral"|     |Liberal |WOODWORTH, Steve |align="right"|21,715 |- |bgcolor="sandybrown"|     |New Democratic Party |PIATKOWSKI, Scott |align="right"| 10,418 |- |bgcolor="#119900"|     |Libertarian |HUSCHKA-SPRAGUE, Rita |align="right"|663 |}

Template:Canadian election result/top |- |- |bgcolor="lightcoral"|     |Liberal |TELEGDI, Andrew |align="right"|25,689 |- |bgcolor="mediumseagreen"|     |Reform |CONNOLLY, Mike |align="right"|15,549 |- |bgcolor="#9999FF"|     |Progressive Conservative |WOOLSTENCROFT, Lynne |align="right"|14,882 |- |bgcolor="sandybrown"|     |New Democratic Party |PIATKOWSKI, Scott |align="right"|2,779 |- |bgcolor="#CC6699"|     |Christian Heritage |KRYN, Ted |align="right"|920 |- |bgcolor="#119900"|     |Libertarian |HUSCHKA SPRAGUE, Rita |align="right"| 473 |- |bgcolor="lavender"|     |Natural Law |WATSON, Blaine P. |align="right"| 456 |- |bgcolor="gainsboro"|     |Independent |FAITHFUL, Don Philip |align="right"|329 |}

See also

External links

  • Website of the Parliament of Canada
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