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|202/202 polls||Updated: Jun. 13, 2014 1:49 AM EDT|
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This southern riding includes the city of St. Catharines running from Lake Ontario in the north to St. Paul Street West, St. Paul Crescent, Twelve Mile Creek and Glendale Avenue in the south, between Fifteen Mile Creek in the west and the Welland Canal in the east.
In the 1999 redistribution, the new riding of St. Catharines combined 11 per cent of Lincoln and 46 per cent of St. Catharines-Brock with all of the existing St. Catharines riding.
Population: 112,0159 (2011 census; a decrease of 0.8% since 2006)
This riding has been held by Liberal Jim Bradley since 1977. In the 2011 election he defeated Tory Sandie Bellows by 1,705 votes.
Bradley beat Progressive Conservative Bruce Timms by 8,165 votes in 2007 . In 2003, he beat Tory Mark Brickell, by 12,357 votes.
Liberal Mike Dietsch was elected to the old riding of St. Catharines-Brock in 1987. New Democrat Christel Haeck won the seat in 1990, but lost it in 1995 to Tory Tom Froese.
2011 Provincial Election Results
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Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census
|Freedom Party of Ontario||Dave Unrau|