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 DISTRICT: Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry
Candidate Party Vote Count Vote Share Elected
Guy Lauzon CON 21678 44.85% X
Bob Kilger LIB 17779 36.78%
Elaine MacDonald NDP 5387 11.15%
Tom Manley GRN 3491 7.22%
 Last Update:  June 29, 5:38:55 AM EDT 217 of 217 polls reporting


194 Stormont-Dundas-South Glengarry

2004 Candidates

LIB: Bob Kilger
CON: Guy Lauzon
NDP: Elaine MacDonald
GRN: Tom Manley

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This eastern Ontario riding lies on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River up to the Quebec border. It contains the townships of South Glengarry, North Stormont, South Stormont, North Dundas and South Dundas.

The city of Cornwall accounts for about half of the riding population. The rest of the riding is largely rural and includes Winchester, Chesterville, Iroquois, Finch, Morrisburg and that part
of the Akwesasne Indian Reserve that is in Ontario.

Manufacturing is the main employer and the agriculture industry specializes in
dairy products. Average family income is $58,053 and unemployment is 6.2 per cent.

A large francophone population is concentrated in eastern parts of Cornwall. According to the 2001 census, over 20 per cent of the population have French as their mother tongue.

In 2004, a small part of Glengarry-Prescott-Russell has been added in the northeast and the name of the riding has been changed. The Stormont-Dundas riding was created in 1966 from Stormont and Grenville-Dundas ridings. In 1996, boundaries were changed slightly. The riding name was changed to Stormont-Dundas-Charlottenburgh in 1999.

Political History

1925 - CONS 1926 - LIB
1930 - CONS 1935-1957 incl - LIB
1958 - PC 1962, 1963, 1965 - LIB
1968 - IND
1972 - IND
1974, 1979, 1980 - LIB
1984 - PC
1988, 1993, 1997, 2000 - LIB

In 2000, Liberal Bob Kilger defeated Guy Lauzon for the Alliance to win a fourth term as MP. The combined Tory and Alliance vote should pose a challenge for the Liberals in this riding in 2004.

Lucien Lamoureux was MP for Stormont, initially as a Liberal, beginning in 1962, became speaker in 1966 and ran as an Independent candidate in Stormont-Dundas and won in 1968 and 1972. He continued as speaker until 1974, when he was appointed ambassador to Belgium.

Stormont Dundas was held by Liberal Ed Lumley from 1974 to 1984. He was Minister of State for Trade, Minister of International Trade, Minister of Industry, Trade and Commerce and Minister of Regional Economic Expansion. In 1984, Conservative Norm Warner defeated Lumley.


Candidate Profiles

Bob Kilger

Party: Liberal Party of Canada
Birth Date: June 29, 1944
Age: 59
Birthplace: Cornwall, Ont.

Profession: Businessman
Career Background: Former official with the NHL, WHL, CHL and AFL. Was subsequently named to the Cornwall Sports Hall of Fame in 1992, recognition of his varied and outstanding hockey career that included success as a player, coach of the Memorial Cup Champion Cornwall Royals and a 10-year career of officiating in the N.H.L.
Marital Status: Married
Name of Spouse: Bernice
Children: Jason, Ryan and Chad

Political History
Federal: Elected in Stormont-Dundas (1988, 1993 and 1997). Elected in Stormont-Dundas-Charlottenburgh (2000).

Political History (Federal/Provincial)
Parliamentary Secretary: Former deputy speaker and chairman of Committees of the Whole of the House of Commons.
Committee: Former member: Procedure and House Affairs; Joint Committee on Official Languages. Chaired the committee on Bill C-17 (Terrorism Bill). Current member of Board of Internal Economy.
Caucus: Served as Opposition critic for Consumer and Corporate Affairs and for Fitness and Amateur Sport.
Office Address: 501 Montreal Rd., Cornwall, Ont., 613-937-4233.
Capital Address: Room 102-N, Centre Block, Ottawa, Ont., 613-995-1757.

Guy Lauzon

Party: Conservative Party of Canada
Age: 56
Birthplace: St. Andrew's West, Ont.

University Degree: Yes/No
Profession: Entrepreneur/GM
Career Background:
More than 22 years experience with Human Resources Canada as a counselor, supervisor and manager. Fundraising co-ordinator for the new Aquatic Centre in Cornwall. Past chair of the Public Service United Way Campaign for Human Resources Canada. Active in the Multiple Sclerosis Campaign in Ottawa. Fundraising chairman of the Parish Council, St. Andrews West Roman Catholic Church. Member of Ontario Parole and Early Release Board. Is currently the GM of Tri-County Protein, Winchester, Ontario.
Children: Two

Political History
Federal: Defeated as Canadian Alliance member in Stormont-Dundas-Charlottenburgh (2000).

Elaine MacDonald

Birthplace: Timmons, Ont.

University Degree: Yes
Education: BA in art and English and MA in English, University of Western Ontario.
Profession: Teacher
Career Background:
Serves as local district chair of Status of Women/Human Rights. Is political action chair of the Cornwall and District Labour Council. Member of board of directors, Cornwall and District United Way.
Co-chair of the Cornwall Chapter of the Ontario Health Coalition. Currently teaching at St. Lawrence Intermediate School.

Tom Manley

Party: The Green Party of Canada

University Degree: Yes
Education: Computer science, Canadian Military College.
Profession: Businessman, former military officer.
Career Background:
Served as an officer in the Canadian Armed Forces. Worked with the Quebec lottery network and then with Bell Canada as the project leader in the development and launch of the Bell Sympatico Internet Service. Is currently the owner of Homestead Organics, an organic grain elevator and feed mill. Grandfather is former member of provincial Parliament.
Name of Spouse/Partner: Isabelle Masson

Political History
Provincial: Defeated in Stormont-Dundas-Charlottenburgh (2003).

# #
 Overall Election Results (2004)
Party Elected Leading Total Vote Share
LIB 135 0 135 36.71%
CON 99 0 99 29.61%
BQ 54 0 54 12.40%
NDP 19 0 19 15.69%
NA 1 0 1 .13%
OTH 0 0 0 5.47%
 Last Update June 29, 5:39:26 AM EDT


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