|Party||Candidate||Votes||Vote Share (%)||Status|
|160/160 polls||Updated: Jun. 13, 2014 1:49 AM EDT|
|GRN||Nicole L. Peltier||1,198||
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This northern riding has Lake Nipissing in its northwest corner, part of Algonquin Park in the south and the Quebec border in the northeast.
It includes the city of North Bay, where the majority of the people in the riding live, as well as Sturgeon Falls, Mattawa and the Nipissing First Nation.
As a result of the 1999 redistribution, Nipissing combined the bulk of the old Nipissing riding with more than one third of Parry Sound.
Population : 84,736 (2011 census; a increase of 0.1% since 2006)
In 2011, the riding of Nipissing went from the Liberals to the Progressive Conservatives after Vic Fedeli won by 6,606 votes against Liberal Catherine Whiting. Liberal Monique Smith narrowly beat PC Bill Vrebosch by just 458 votes in 2007. She did not seek re-election.
Smith defeated Tory Al McDonald — who was elected in a 2002 byelection triggered by the retirement of former Premier Mike Harris — in the 2003 general election.
Harris was first elected to the riding in 1981 and served as premier from 1995 until his retirement in 2002.
2011 Provincial Election Results
The boundaries of this riding have changed since the last census, so accurate current demographic information is unavailable.
|Green||Nicole L. Peltier|