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This southern Ontario riding, north of Toronto, has been created because of rapid growth in York Region.
The riding contains the town of Whitchurch-Stouffville and part of King Township lying south of Highway 9. It also contains part of the town of Richmond Hill northeast of Gamble Road, Yonge Street and Elgin Mills Road East, and part of the town of Markham northeast of 16th Avenue, McCowan Road and Highway 7.
As a result of the 1999 redistribution, Oak Ridges combined 20 per cent of Durham-York, 40 per cent of York Centre and a small portion of Markham.
The 2007 redistribution added 25 per cent of the Markham riding as well as parts of Vaughan-King-Aurora and York North.
Population: 228,997 in 2011 (an increase from 169,642 in the 2006 census)
Liberal Helen Jaczek defeated Progressive Conservative Farid Wassef by 4,928 votes in 2011. Jaczek had previously won over Progressive Conservative Phil Bannon by 7,197 votes in the 2007 election.
In the old Oak Ridges in 2003, PC Frank Klees triumphed over Jaczek by 2,143 votes in the old Oak Ridges riding in the 2003 election. Klees was re-elected in 2007 in the new riding of Newmarket-Aurora.
The former York North riding was a conservative stronghold from 1945 on, except for a brief Liberal period in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Liberal Charles Beer won the riding in 1987 and was re-elected in 1990. Beer lost to Klees in 1995; Klees was re-elected in the new riding of Oak Ridges in 1999.
In the old Markham riding, Tory Don Cousens won in 1987 and 1990 before leaving provincial politics to become the town's mayor. Tsubouchi won the riding for the Progressive Conservatives in 1995 and again in 1999, serving in the cabinets of Mike Harris and Ernie Eves.
2011 Provincial Election Results
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Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census
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