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|232/232 polls||Updated: Jun. 13, 2014 1:49 AM EDT|
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This affluent Toronto riding is almost completely residential and includes both the mansions of Forest Hill and the multicultural neighbourhoods that straddle St. Clair Avenue west of Bathurst Avenue.
It is bordered by the CP Rail line, Yonge Street, Rosehill Reservoir and Moore Avenue in the south and Eglinton Avenue West, Yonge Street and Broadway Avenue in the north. It lies between Bayview Avenue in the east and Ossington Avenue, Winona Drive, Holland Park Avenue, Rogers Road and Dufferin Street in the west.
In the 1999 redistribution, the new riding of St. Paul's combined 21 per cent of Dovercourt, 43 per cent of Eglinton, 34 per cent of Oakwood, 48 per cent of St. Andrew-St. Patrick and 12 per cent of St. George-St. David.
Population: 111,131 (2006 census; a decrease of 1.2% since 2001)
Liberal Eric Hoskins held his seat in 2011, beating Christine McGirr of the NDP by more than 16,000 votes.
Hoskins was elected to the riding in a 2009 byelection, beating Tory Sue Ann Levy by 5,330 votes.
Liberal Michael Bryant was elected to the riding in the 2007 general election, beating Progressive Conservative Lillyann Goldstein by 9,370 votes. He relinquished his seat in May 2009 to lead Invest Toronto, where he was tasked with bringing investment to the provincial capital.
Bryant later quit Invest Toronto after being charged in the death of bicycle courier Darcy Allan Sheppard in downtown Toronto. Charges of criminal negligence causing death and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle that were laid against Bryant were later dropped after the prosecutor concluded there was no reasonable prospect of conviction.
Bryant was first elected in 1999.
2011 Provincial Election Results
|GRN||Judith Van Veldhuysen||1,172||2.73|
- Unemployment Rate
- Home Owners
- Avg Family Income
- Post-Secondary Degree
Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census
|Freedom Party of Ontario||Mike Rita|