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Province Riding Description Results
Alberta Edmonton-Mill Woods-Beaumont
One of only two Liberal seats in Alberta in 2004. David Kilgour, who held the seat for 26 years as a Conservative and as a Liberal, is not running.
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Alberta Edmonton Centre
After the last election's razor-thin win, Liberal Anne McLellan faces off against Conservative Laurie Hawn, whom she defeated in 2004 by only 721 votes.
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British Columbia Burnaby-Douglas
The major parties are all running the same candidates as in 2004 in the riding, which was held by former NDP MP Svend Robinson for 25 years.
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British Columbia New Westminster-Coquitlam
The CPC candidate has held the seat since 1993, but won by only 113 votes in 2004. Also, before he unseated the NDP, they'd won every election except one since 1962.
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British Columbia Newton-North Delta
After controversial Conservative MP Gurmant Grewal bowed out, the riding became anybody's to claim, as only 1,500 votes separated the top three candidates in 2004.
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British Columbia Vancouver Centre
The battle between incumbent Liberal MP Hedy Fry and NDP challenger Svend Robinson is one to watch. In her first race in 1993, Fry defeated then-prime minister Kim Campbell.
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British Columbia Vancouver Island North
In 2004, the NDP candidate lost to the Conservative incumbent by just 427 votes. They're both back, and the CPC has lost ground in B.C. in both of the last two elections.
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British Columbia Victoria
The environment is big here, with voters handing almost 12 per cent of the vote to the Greens in 2004. The Liberals want to win back votes with some greener policies.
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Manitoba Charleswood-St. James
Conservative incumbent Steven Fletcher, Canada's first quadriplegic MP, won a squeaker in 2004. He ended a 10-year Liberal reign but faces a tough new competitor.
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Manitoba Churchill
Recognition is key in this sprawling riding. The incumbent MP has held it for 8 years, but faces two well-known figures; a provincial minister's daughter and an actress.
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Manitoba Kildonan-St. Paul
The two candidates who were divided by only 278 votes in 2004 are set for a rematch. Last time, the Conservatives won, now the Liberals want NDP votes and the riding.
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New Brunswick Saint John
If the Liberal incumbent has delivered on his promises, he could win this tight race, but the CPC candidate has also done a lot for the usually conservative city.
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Newfoundland and Labrador Avalon
Popular MP John Efford has retired, opening up this Liberal stronghold. Recent controversy might hurt the Liberals, but no more than the Conservative candidate.
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North Western Arctic
Liberal MP Ethel Blondin-Andrew won her fifth election by just 53 votes in 2004, the tightest race in the country. The race should be just as tight this election.
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Nova Scotia Kings-Hants
In 2004, Liberal MP Scott Brison proved voters were willing to follow him, after he switched sides just a few months earlier. He'll have to do it all again this year.
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Ontario Beaches-East York
Liberal incumbent Maria Minna is seeking her fifth term, but she faces tough competition from veteran NDP candidate Marilyn Churley and Green party Leader Jim Harris.
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Ontario Cambridge
A rematch between Conservative MP Gary Goodyear and Janko Peric, the former Liberal incumbent (1993-2004) who was defeated by only 234 votes in 2004.
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Ontario Chatham-Kent-Essex
A tight Liberal win in 2004, while the incumbent Liberal MP is bowing out, his popular challenger is back. It may make NDP supporters consider a strategic vote.
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Ontario Essex
Former cabinet minister tries to regain family seat The Alliance/PC merge toppled a dynasty in 2004 by 829 votes. A father-daughter Liberal team held the seat from 1962-84 and 1993-2004, and the younger Liberal is back.
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Ontario Etobicoke-Lakeshore
Considered a safe Liberal riding for star candidate Michael Ignatieff. The Liberals have won every election since 1974 except for Conservative wins in 1984 and 1988.
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Ontario Lambton-Kent-Middlesex
The incumbent Liberal is stepping down after four wins, but she beat her Conservative opponent by only 164 votes in 2004. He's back, and NDP supporters will be key.
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Ontario London-Fanshawe
With the Liberal incumbent stepping down after four victories, we'll see whether the Conservatives can recapture a riding that has flip-flopped since the 1970s.
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Ontario Newmarket-Aurora
Belinda Stronach switched sides 11 months after her Conservative win. Now, she must win over Liberals who think she's an opportunist and Conservatives who feel betrayed.
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Ontario Oshawa
A tight race in 2004 saw the Conservatives win by 463 votes. The three major parties each claimed more than 30 per cent of votes, a squeeze that will likely be repeated.
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Ontario Ottawa Centre
With former NDP leader Ed Broadbent stepping down, this Liberal stronghold will choose between two politicos, Liberal Richard Mahoney and NDP opponent Paul Dewar.
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Ontario Ottawa South
The incumbent Liberal's biggest liability seems to be his brother: Premier Dalton McGuinty. But Tory Allan Cutler, who is credited with exposing Adscam, has his own.
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Ontario Ottawa West-Nepean
Conservative John Baird is making the leap from provincial to national politics. And with the Liberal incumbent retiring, he could end a streak that started in 1997.
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Ontario Parry Sound-Muskoka
Conservative candidate Tony Clement has a troubled record, but this riding did elect Tories from 1957 to 1993 and they're fans of his old boss, former premier Mike Harris.
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Ontario St. Paul's
In 2004, Liberal MP Carolyn Bennett won her seat by more than 20,000 votes. This time, well-known broadcaster and now Tory candidate Peter Kent should put up a good fight.
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Ontario Simcoe-Grey
Another tight race means NDP supporters should expect a Liberal knock on their doors. The Tories beat out the two-term Liberal incumbent by just 100 votes in 2004.
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Ontario Toronto-Danforth
New Democrat Leader Jack Layton faces off against Liberal Deborah Coyne, who's probably best known as the mother of Pierre Trudeau's only daughter.
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Ontario Trinity-Spadina
Four-term Liberal incumbent Tony Ianno will face NDP challenger Olivia Chow (Jack Layton's wife) for the third time. Ianno beat Chow by just 805 votes in 2004.
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Ontario Whitby-Oshawa
Conservative Jim Flaherty is expected to mount a strong challenge to four-term Liberal Judi Longfield. Flaherty has been a strong voice in provincial politics since 1995.
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Québec Beauce
This is a tight riding where voters choose a candidate, not a party. This may give the Tory hopeful an edge. His dad is "King of the Beauce," a popular three-time MP.
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Québec Brome-Missisquoi
This lone Liberal riding in the Eastern Townships is a tight race between a four-time Liberal incumbent and a Bloc member who says the most important issue isn’t separation.
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Québec Brossard-La Prairie
Three-time winner and incumbent Jacques Saada is still the front-runner, but his Bloc opponent Marcel Lussier is the man who linked the Liberals to the sponsorship scandal.
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Québec Chicoutimi-Le Fjord
After losing by only 863 votes to the Bloc in 2004, Liberal André Harvey wants to make a comeback. But his coloured history, (as a Liberal and a Tory) may hurt him.
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Québec Gatineau
Gatineau was one of the safest Liberal seats in Canada. But this time it's tight, and a Bloc win in this riding across the river from Ottawa would be a symbolic victory.
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Québec Jeanne-Le Ber
Incumbent Liberal Liza Frulla is fighting for survival. Her Bloc opponent, who shrank the Liberal margin from 10,000 to 72 votes in 2004, is running again.
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Québec Louis-Hébert
Liberal candidate and Martin aide Hélène Chalifour-Scherrer wants to win back her former riding from the Bloc's Roger Clavet, who won with a 5,000-vote majority in 2004.
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Québec Louis-Saint-Laurent
Tory Josée Verner came in a close second in 2004, and the Bloc MP has been mired in controversy. Liberal Isa Gros-Louis, the daughter of a Huron chief, also has a chance.
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Québec Outremont
Liberal MP Jean Lapierre faces tough competition. Both the Bloc and the NDP have brought in heavyweights, but the splitting of votes could favor Lapierre.
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Québec Papineau
Liberal Pierre Pettigrew is trying to regain support lost in 2004 when he won by 468 votes. But the Bloc candidate has ties to cultural groups where they hope to make gains.
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Québec Pontiac
This federalist riding may be close. The Tories were third in 2004, but the Liberal incumbent faces lingering doubts after being cleared of conflict of interest allegations.
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Québec Vaudreuil-Soulanges
The Liberals recruited former astronaut Marc Garneau as their star candidate to win back this traditionally federalist riding, but his inexperience has caused problems.
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Saskatchewan Regina-Qu'Appelle
The three top candidates from 2004 are back. While Lorne Nystrom was the favourite in 2004, the NDP lost to the CPC by 861 votes, a loss blamed on a surge in Liberal support.
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