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  Saint-Hyacinthe—Bagot - History
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Established February 18, 1980
Disbanded Still Active
Last ModifiedCampari_007 November 26, 2020 10:39am
DescriptionThis riding is located east of the St. Lawrence River in southern Quebec. The riding consists of the regional county municipalities of Acton and Les Maskoutains. The main centres are St-Hyacinthe, Acton Vale and Ste-Rosalie.

Manufacturing is the main industry with some agriculture, followed by other services. The average family income is $53,772 and unemployment is 6.6 per cent.

According to the 2001 census, 96 per cent of the population cited French as a mother tongue, while less than one per cent were anglophone. The total immigrant population is less than two per cent.

There was no change in the 2004 redistribution. This riding was St-Hyacinthe from 1867 to 1911, St-Hyacinthe-Rouville from 1914 to 1933, St-Hyacinthe-Bagot from 1933 to 1966 and St-Hyacinthe from 1966 to 1981. In 1981, the name changed to St-Hyacinthe-Bagot. The 1996 redistribution kept 97 per cent of the riding and added five per cent of Shefford.

Population: 94,084

RACES [Show Primaries]
Redistricting: Light Green=Added Territory, Red=Removed Territory,
Dark Green=Kept Territory
Date Type Results
Oct 21, 2019 General Election
 Simon-Pierre Savard-Tremblay
23,143
41.39%
 René Vincelette
11,903
21.29%
 Brigitte Sansoucy(I)
10,297
18.42%
 Bernard Barré
8,062
14.42%
 Sabrina Huet-Côté
2,031
3.63%
 Jean-François Bélanger
478
0.85%
Date Type Results
Oct 19, 2015 General Election
 Brigitte Sansoucy
15,578
28.65%
 René Vincelette
14,980
27.55%
 Michel Filion
13,200
24.28%
 Réjean Léveillé
9,098
16.73%
 Lise Durand
1,243
2.29%
 Ugo Ménard
270
0.50%
May 02, 2011 General Election
 Marie-Claude Morin
26,870
52.17%
 Ève-Mary Thaï Thi Lac(I)
12,651
24.57%
 Jean-Guy Dagenais
8,102
15.73%
 Denis Vallée
2,883
5.60%
 Johany Beaudoin-Bussières
994
1.93%
Oct 14, 2008 General Election
 Ève-Mary Thaï Thi Lac(I)
22,719
47.36%
 René Vincelette
10,195
21.25%
 Brigitte Sansoucy
6,721
14.01%
 Denise Tremblay
6,649
13.86%
 Jacques Tétreault
1,682
3.51%
Sep 17, 2007 By-election
 Ève-Mary Thaï Thi Lac
13,443
42.08%
 Bernard Barré
11,965
37.45%
 Brigitte Sansoucy
2,538
7.94%
 Jean Caumartin
2,379
7.45%
 Jacques Tétreault
1,169
3.66%
 Christian Willie Vanasse
384
1.20%
 Michel St-Onge
71
0.22%
Jan 23, 2006 General Election
 Yvan Loubier(I)
27,838
56.02%
 Huguette Guilhaumon
12,323
24.80%
 Stéphane Deschênes
4,884
9.83%
 Joëlle Chevrier
2,723
5.48%
 Jacques Tétreault
1,925
3.87%
Jun 28, 2004 General Election
 Yvan Loubier(I)
29,789
62.40%
 Michel Gaudette
10,558
22.12%
 Andrée Champagne
5,240
10.98%
 Joëlle Chevrier
1,204
2.52%
 Bruno Godbout
948
1.99%
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Date Type Results
Nov 27, 2000 General Election
 Yvan Loubier(I)
25,916
55.41%
 Michel Gaudette
16,265
34.77%
 Jacques Bousquet
2,161
4.62%
 Frédéric Mantha
1,932
4.13%
 Rachel Dicaire
499
1.07%
Jun 02, 1997 General Election
 Yvan Loubier(I)
21,116
42.91%
 Jean-François Milette
16,313
33.15%
 Antoine Locas
10,970
22.29%
 Jacques Bousquet
809
1.64%
Oct 25, 1993 General Election
 Yvan Loubier
28,014
57.38%
 Hélène Riendeau
10,124
20.74%
 Andrée Champagne(I)
9,834
20.14%
 Luc Chamberland
848
1.74%
Nov 21, 1988 General Election
 Andrée Champagne(I)
25,267
52.64%
 Michel Gaudette
16,289
33.94%
 Hélène Lortie-Narayana
6,442
13.42%

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