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DISTRICT: Sudbury
CandidatePartyVote CountVote ShareElected
Diane MarleauLIB1980941.57% X
Gerry McIntaggartNDP1522531.95%
Kevin ServissCON1033221.68%
Joey MethéGRN13012.73%
Stephen ButcherPCP7821.64%
Dave StarbuckML770.16%
Sam HammondCOM700.15%
J. David PopescuIND540.11%
December 14, 2:04:38 PM EST 216 of 216 polls reporting

Ridings

195 Sudbury

2006 Candidates:
CON:Kevin Serviss
CP:Sam Hammond
GRN:Joey Methé
IND:J. David Popescu
LIB:Diane Marleau (Incumbent)
MLP:Dave Starbuck
NDP:Gerry McIntaggart
PCP:Stephen Butcher


RIDING PROFILE

 Riding Map
This urban riding in northern Ontario consists of part of Greater Sudbury. The former city of Sudbury and the former town of Walden fall within the riding.

Mining and manufacturing are important to the economy, with companies such as Inco and Falconbridge Nickel based here. Average family income is $63,886 and the unemployment rate is 7.5 per cent, down from 9.3 per cent in the 2001 census.

According to the 2001 census, almost 21 per cent spoke French as their mother tongue. More than five per cent were Italian and two per cent are aboriginal.

Sudbury riding was established in 1947. In the 1996 redistribution, eight per cent of Nickel Belt was added. In 2004, more of Nickel Belt was added in the southwest.

Political History
In 2004, Liberal Diane Marleau defeated New Democrat Gerry McIntaggart to win a fifth term. She was appointed minister of health in 1993, minister of public works and government services in 1996 and minister of international co-operation and minister responsible for the Francophonie from 1997 to 1999.

This riding has elected only one non-Liberal since 1949. It sent New Democrat Bud Germa to Ottawa in a 1967 byelection; he served for one year, losing to Liberal Jim Jerome in the 1968 general election.

Jerome, who became Speaker, was MP from 1968 to 1980. Doug Frith, a minister of Indian affairs and northern development, won in 1980 and 1984.

1949-65 inclusive - LIB
1965 - NDP
Since 1968 - LIB




CANDIDATE PROFILES

Steven P. Crouter

Party: Canadian Action Party
Birth Date: Aug. 13, 1982
Age: 23

Birthplace: Oshawa, Ont.

Education: Student at Laurentian University
Profession: Student/Cook

Marital Status: Married
Name of Spouse: Emily R. Crouter
Children: None

Career Background: Former member of the Canadian Forces

Community Activities: Former member of the Peterborough Coalition Against Poverty

Riding Address: 1693 Paris St. Unit 304
Sudbury, Ontario, Canada P3E 5Y3
Tel: 705-523-9008


Sam Hammond

Party: Communist Party of Canada

Profession: Retired industrial worker

Telephone: (705) 673-3774
(905) 928-8480
sam.hammond@sympatico.ca



Kevin Serviss

Party: Conservative Party of Canada

Education: Completed studies in theology and practical ministry
Profession: Pastor

Children: Two adult children

Career Background: After 21 years in law enforcement, he completed studies in theology and practical ministry. Joined the pastoral team of Glad Tidings Tabernacle in Sudbury in 1999 and was ordained in 2004

Community Activities: He was the chair of the founding committees of the Elgin St. Mission, the Pregnancy Care Centre of Sudbury, and has served on the committee responsible for the establishment of the Samaritan Centre du Samaritan. He is a director of "New Hope Outreach Services", which serves those at risk in downtown Sudbury.

Riding Address:
Tel.: 705 521 1216
kevin@kevinserviss.ca
www.kevinserviss.ca




Joey Methé

Party: Green Party of Canada

Education: College Student
Profession: Student

Electoral History
Federal: First time candidate and voter


Riding Address:
Tel.: 705-670-4476
jmethe@greenparty.ca
http://ridings.greenparty.ca/article195.html




Diane Marleau

Party: Liberal Party of Canada

Birth Date: June 21, 1943
Age: 62
Birthplace: Kirkland Lake, Ont.

Education: BA (Laurentian University)
Profession: Accountant

Marital Status: Married
Name of Spouse: Paul Marleau
Children: Brigitte, Donald and Stéphane

Career Background: Accountant with: Thorne, Riddell and then, Collins, Barrow-Maheux Noiseux. Owned and operated Hugh's Dining Lounge from 1978 to 1984

Community Activities: Former member of the Finance Committee and of Laurentian Hospital, Sudbury. In 1983, chaired the Canadian Games for Physically Disabled

Electoral History
Municipal: Entered politics in Sudbury in 1980, served two terms as a regional councillor from 1980 to 1985
Federal: Incumbent in this riding. First elected as Member of Parliament for Sudbury in 1988

Political History
Cabinet: Appointed Health Minister in 1993. Held the Cabinet posts of Minister of Public Works and Government Services, Minister for International Cooperation and Minister Responsible for La Francophonie

Riding Address:
125 Durham Street Sudbury, Ontario
Tel.: 705-673-4263
info@dianemarleau.com
www.dianemarleau.com




Dave Starbuck

Party: Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada

Electoral History
Federal: Defeated in Sudbury in 2004



Gerry McIntaggart

Party: New Democratic Party

Profession: Retired

Marital Status: Married
Name of Spouse: Linda
Children: Two daughters

Career Background: Worked at INCO for 34 years. Served as a facilitator on occupational health and safety issues

Community Activities: Chair of the Sudbury and District Health Unit for seven years

Electoral History
Federal: Defeated in Sudbury in 2004

Political History
Municipal: Former Sudbury Deputy Mayor and vice-chair of the Regional Council. Served on City Council for 12 years. Spearheaded the building of the new Health Unit, Delki Dozzi Park and the David Street Water Treatment Plant

Riding Address:
109 Durham Street, Sudbury, ON P3E 3M9
Tel.: (705)673-7881
gerry.mcintaggart@sudburyndp.ca
www.sudburyndp.ca/campaign-2006/election2006.html



Stephen Butcher

Party: Progressive Canadian Party

Education: Graduate of the Aerospace Engineering Technology program at Ryerson University
Profession: Engineer

Marital Status: Married
Name of Spouse: Marilyn
Children: Derek and Allison

Career Background: Has worked for the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory and, for the past 15 years, has been a business owner. He owns and operates Mid North Water Purification and Pumps and has been a commercial pilot for 30 years.

Community Activities: Helped organize Neighbourhood Watch in Copper Cliff, helped establish a store front police presence in the town of Copper Cliff, served as chair of the Copper Cliff Police Advisory Committee and the Sudbury Regional Neighbourhood Watch Steering Committee. Represented the Sudbury Chapter of the Canadian Owners and Pilots Association for two years




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ELECTION RESULTSDetails>
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Total Elected and Leading
CON124036.27%
LIB103030.23%
BQ51010.48%
NDP29017.48%
IND10.52%
OTH005.02%

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