Canadian Federal Election

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Electoral History - Beauharnois—Salaberry 1952 - 1966
... Canadian federal election, 1965 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp Liberal Gérald Laniel 16,145 50.0 -1.3 Progressive Conservative J.-Clément Le Veque 6,242 19.3 +1.8 Independent J.-Gérard Banville 4,167 12.9 New ... Canadian federal election, 1963 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp Liberal Gérald Laniel 15,892 51.3 +8.2 Social Credit Jean Boyer 7,836 25.3 +4.7 Progressive Conservative ...
Betty Hinton
... Betty Zane Hinton (born February 22, 1950) is a Canadian politician, previously representing the constituency of Kamloops—Thompson—Cariboo in the federal parliament ... In the Canadian federal election, 2000 she was elected to the Canadian House of Commons as the Canadian Alliance candidate in the riding of Kamloops, Thompson and ... in the riding of Kamloops—Thompson in the Canadian federal election, 2004 ...
Bruce—Grey—Owen Sound - Election Results - Bruce
... Canadian federal election, 1974 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp Liberal Crawford Douglas 17,158 47.5 +2.2 Progressive Conservative John Loney 15,346 42.5 -0.7 New Democratic Gene Kiviaho 3,5 ... Alex Scarrow 611 4.2 Total valid votes 14,463 100.0 Canadian federal election, 1962 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp Progressive Conservative Andrew E. 706 4.8 Social Credit Sandy Macdonald 279 1.9 Total valid votes 14,730 100.0 Canadian federal election, 1958 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp Progressive ...
Maisonneuve (electoral District) - Election Results
... Canadian federal election, 1896 Party Candidate Votes Liberal PRÉFONTAINE, R. 2,342 Canadian federal election, 1900 Party Candidate Votes Liberal PRÉFONTAINE, R. 3,070 By-election On Mr ...

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