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DescriptionThis riding is located in the centre of the Island of Montreal. The riding is bounded by the border of the CP Rail line in the west, the Avenue des Pins in the east between the CP line and Boulevard St-Laurent in the north and Victoria Avenue, Côte-Ste-Catherine Road and Côte-des-Neiges Road in the south. It includes parts of the affluent residential areas of Outremont and stretches to the low-income parts of the Côte-des-Neiges, one of the most ethnically mixed neighbourhoods in Canada.

The economic base is spread over many sectors, including manufacturing and educational services. Over 76 per cent of the occupied dwellings are rentals. The average family income is $68,739 with an unemployment rate of 10.7 per cent.

According to the 2001 census, 44 per cent have French as a mother tongue, 14 per cent have English and 37 per cent have neither English nor French. There are significant Jewish, East Indian, Chinese and Italian populations. The total immigrant population is over 38 per cent. Over 33 per cent of the population has a university degree.

In 2004, 88 per cent of the riding was maintained and four per cent from Papineau-St-Denis and five per cent from Westmount-Ville-Marie has been added. The riding was established in 1933, abolished in 1947 and re-established in 1966. In 1996, small parts of Rosemont, Mount Royal and St-Denis ridings were added.

Population: 80,052

RACES [Show Primaries]
Redistricting: Light Green=Added Territory, Red=Removed Territory,
Dark Green=Kept Territory
Date Type Results
Oct 21, 2019 General Election
 Jasmine Louras
0
0.00%
 Rachel Bendayan(I)
0
0.00%
  New Democratic Party
0
0.00%
  Green Party
0
0.00%
  Bloc Québécois
0
0.00%
  People's Party of Canada
0
0.00%
Feb 25, 2019 By-election
 Rachel Bendayan
6,086
40.43%
 Julia Sánchez
4,142
27.52%
 Daniel Green
1,946
12.93%
 Michel Duchesne
1,674
11.12%
 Jasmine Louras
925
6.14%
 James Seale
232
1.54%
 William Barrett
48
0.32%
Oct 19, 2015 General Election
 Thomas Mulcair(I)
19,242
44.11%
 Rachel Bendayan
14,597
33.46%
 Rodolphe "Rudy" Husny
4,159
9.53%
 Roger Galland Barou
3,668
8.41%
 Amara Diallo
1,575
3.61%
 Francis Pouliot
216
0.50%
 Adrien Welsh
162
0.37%
Date Type Results
May 02, 2011 General Election
 Thomas Mulcair(I)
21,916
56.38%
 Martin Cauchon
9,204
23.68%
 Rodolphe "Rudy" Husny
3,408
8.77%
 Élise Daoust
3,199
8.23%
 François Pilon
841
2.16%
 Tommy Gaudet
163
0.42%
 Johan Boyden
143
0.37%
Oct 14, 2008 General Election
 Thomas Mulcair(I)
14,308
39.47%
 Sébastien Dhavernas
12,005
33.11%
 Marcela Valdivia
4,554
12.56%
 Lulzim Laloshi
3,820
10.54%
 François Pilon
1,566
4.32%
Sep 17, 2007 Special Election
 Thomas Mulcair
11,374
47.51%
 Jocelyn Coulon
6,933
28.96%
 Jean-Paul Gilson
2,610
10.90%
 Gilles Duguay
2,052
8.57%
 François Pilon
529
2.21%
 François Yo Gourd
145
0.61%
 Mahmood-Raza Baig
78
0.33%
  Jocelyne Leduc
67
0.28%
 Alexandre Amirizian
45
0.19%
 Romain Angeles
43
0.18%
 Régent Millette
32
0.13%
 John C. Turmel
30
0.13%
Jan 23, 2006 General Election
 Jean-C. Lapierre(I)
14,282
35.18%
 Jacques Léonard
11,778
29.01%
 Léo-Paul Lauzon
6,984
17.20%
 Daniel Fournier
5,168
12.73%
 François Pilon
1,957
4.82%
 Eric Roach Denis
101
0.25%
 Philip Paynter
94
0.23%
  Linda Sullivan
88
0.22%
 Yan Lacombe
85
0.21%
 Xavier Rochon
34
0.08%
 Régent Millette
22
0.05%
Jun 28, 2004 General Election
 Jean-C. Lapierre
15,675
40.94%
 François Rebello
12,730
33.25%
 Omar Aktouf
5,382
14.06%
 Marc Rousseau
2,284
5.97%
 Shaun Perceval-Maxwell
1,643
4.29%
 Yan Lacombe
452
1.18%
 Linda Sullivan
120
0.31%
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Date Type Results
Nov 27, 2000 General Election
 Martin Cauchon(I)
18,796
47.68%
 Amir Khadir
11,151
28.29%
 Robert Archambault
3,190
8.09%
 Peter Graefe
2,199
5.58%
 Jan Schotte
1,478
3.75%
 Jose Duchesneau
1,283
3.25%
 Huguette Plourde
1,013
2.57%
  Louise Charron
194
0.49%
 Pierre Smith
118
0.30%
Jun 02, 1997 General Election
 Martin Cauchon(I)
22,271
48.77%
 Michel Sarra-Bournet
12,608
27.61%
 Marguerite Sicard
5,424
11.88%
 Tooker Gomberg
2,862
6.27%
  Rejected Votes
1,258
2.75%
 Denis Cauchon
868
1.90%
 Louise Charron
378
0.83%

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