Beaches—East York (provincial Electoral District)

Beaches—East York (provincial Electoral District)

Beaches—East York is a provincial electoral district in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It elects one member to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. It was created in 1996 from parts of Beaches—Woodbine (95%), Don Mills (40%), and York East (20%).

When the riding was created, it included the former borough of East York east of Coxwell Avenue and that part of Old Toronto east of a line following Coxwell to Gerrard Street to Greenwood Avenue to Queen Street to Leslie Street. In 2007, the boundaries were altered so that everything west of Coxwell Avenue was transferred to Toronto—Danforth.

Read more about Beaches—East York (provincial Electoral District):  Boundaries, Members of Provincial Parliament, 2007 Electoral Reform Referendum, Election Results

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Beaches—East York (provincial Electoral District) - Election Results
... Ontario general election, 2011 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp New Democratic Michael Prue 17,925 46.61 +2.2 Liberal Helen Burstyn 13,813 36.17 +10.3 Progressive Conservative Chris Menary 5,333 14.04 -1.2 Green Shawn Ali 1,025 2.68 -9.9 Freedom Naomi Poley-Fisher 144 0.38 +0.08 Independent Joe Ross 45 0.12 – Total valid votes 38,447 100.0 Elections Ontario Ontario general election, 2007 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp New Democratic Michael Prue 17,572 44.4 -6.8 Liberal Tom Teahen 10,215 25.8 +1.5 Progressive Conservative Don Duvall 6,166 15.6 -4.1 Green Caroline Law 4,785 12.1 +7.3 Libertarian Doug Patfield 515 1.3 – Family Coalition Joel Kidd 201 0.5 Freedom James Whitaker 135 0.3 – Total valid votes 39,900 100.0 Elections Ontario Ontario general election, 2003 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp New Democratic Michael Prue 21,239 51.2 +5.3 +0.7 Liberal Monica Purdy 10,070 24.3 +2.5 -12.3 Progressive Conservative Angela Kennedy 8,157 19.7 -10.1 +9.7 Green Tom Mason 1,995 4.8 +3.8 +2.3 Total valid votes 41,728 100.0 Elections Ontario Ontario provincial by-election, 2001 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp New Democratic Michael Prue 14,024 50.5 +4.6 Liberal Robert Hunter 10,289 36.6 +14.8 Progressive Conservative Mac Penney 2,821 10.0 -19.8 Green Peter Elgie 694 2.5 +1.5 Family Coalition Ray Scott 206 0.7 +0.1 Independent Vince Corriere 59 0.2 – Independent Don King 51 0.2 – Total valid votes 14,079 100.0 Elections Ontario Ontario general election, 1999 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp New Democratic Frances Lankin 19,703 45.9 +3.5 Progressive Conservative Judy Burns 12,776 29.8 -1.2 Liberal Bill Buckingham 9,332 21.8 -2.3 Green Michael Schulman 431 1.0 Family Coalition Dan Largy 264 0.6 Natural Law Donalda Fredeen 230 0.5 -0.1 Independent Steve Rutchinski 164 0.4 Total valid votes 43,235 100.0 Elections Ontario. ...

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