|Party||Candidate||Votes||Vote Share (%)||Status|
|209/209 polls||Updated: Jun. 13, 2014 1:49 AM EDT|
|GRN||Lucas C. McCann||1,314||
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This densely populated Toronto riding is bordered by Highway 401 in the north, Eglinton Avenue in the south. The CN rail line is the western border, and the eastern edge is defined by Yonge Street.
After the redistribution of 1999, the new riding combined 52 per cent of the old Lawrence riding, 35 per cent of Eglinton, three per cent of Oakwood, six per cent of St. Andrew-St. Patrick, 12 per cent of Wilson Heights and nine per cent of York Mills.
The 2007 altered the southern border slightly, now arranged as Eglinton Avenue from the CN rail line to Yonge Street.
Population: 110,066 (2006 census; an increase of 3% since 2001)
Mike Colle won the seat in Eglinton-Lawrence for the Liberals, winning more than 54 per cent of the vote.
Colle has held the new Eglinton-Lawrence riding since 1999 and retained his seat in 2003, beating PC Corinne Korzen by 11,307 votes.
After the Lawrence riding was created in 1987, the Liberal Party reigned for four straight elections. In the former Eglinton riding, the PC winning streak started in 1962 and ran through to 1987. Starting in 1975, the riding was held for a decade by Roy McMurtry; he resigned the seat after losing a bid for the PC leadership.
2011 Provincial Election Results
|PSN||Sujith Kumar Reddy||80||0.21|
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Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census
|Green||Lucas C. McCann|
|Freedom Party of Ontario||Michael Bone|