Jim Maloway (NDP)
This riding was CCF in 1958 and 1959, and has been NDP since 1962. This Winnipeg riding has the Red River as the western and part of the southern boundary. The remainder of the southern boundary is Tyne Ave. Watt St./Dunbeath/Roch form the eastern boundary; Oakland Ave. is the northern boundary. This area in Elmwood is one of the earliest developed areas of the city.The population in 2001 was 19,975. The unemployment rate was 7.8 per cent, with an average family income of $49,277. The major industry in the riding was manufacturing (18%) followed by health and social services (11%).
|2003||Jim Maloway defeated PC Bryan McLeod by 2,725 votes.|
|1999||Maloway defeated PC Elsie Bordynuik by 2,517 votes.|
|1995||Maloway defeated PC Clay McMurren by 1,712 votes.|
|1990||Maloway defeated PC Vic Toews by 1,092 votes.|
|1988||Maloway defeated LIB Ed Price by 173 votes.|
|1986||Maloway defeated incumbent IND Russell Doern, a former NDP member, by 1,235 votes.|
|1981||Doern defeated PC Eveline Holtmann by 3,230 votes.|
|1977||Doern defeated PC Ken Gunn-Walberg by 854 votes.|
|1973||Doern defeated PC Ed Tymchik by 2,626 votes.|
|1969||Doern, first elected in 1966, defeated PC A.G. Gardiner by 2,277 votes.|
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- Updated: Nov 30, 2007, 10:50 CST
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