Current MLA: Gord Mackintosh (NDP)
Gord Macintosh is the minister of family services and housing and the minister responsible for persons with disabilities.
This riding has existed since the 1958 election. It was CCF until 1962, and has been NDP since then. It is a mixed income riding in northern Winnipeg that runs between Kingsbury (west of Main) and Armstrong (east of Main) to the north and Inkster (west of McKenzie) and Mountain Avenue (east of McKenzie) to the south, and between the Assiniboine River to the east and McKenzie (south of Inkster/Hwy 25) and the CP Line (north of Inkster) to the west.The population in 2001 was 19,730. The average family income was $48,277, with an unemployment rate of 7.4 per cent. The major industry was manufacturing (16%) followed by health and social services (12.2%).
|2003||NDP Gord Macintosh defeated LIB Ed Kolodziej by 3,479 votes.|
|1999||NDP Macintosh defeated PC Ray Larkin by 4,131 votes.|
|1995||NDP Macintosh defeated NIB Bron Gorski by 2,903 votes.|
|1993||In a byelection, NDP Mackintosh defeated LIB Naty Yankech by 2,354 votes.|
|1990||NDP Judy Wasylycia-Leis defeated LIB Mark Minenko, incumbent from Seven Oaks, by 1,978 votes. Wasylycia-Leis resigned in 1993 to run federally.|
|1988||NDP Wasylycia-Leis defeated LIB Ruth Oberman by 612 votes.|
|1986||NDP Wasylycia-Leis defeated PC John Batula by 1,804 votes.|
|1981||NDP Rev. Donald Malinowski, who had been elected in Point Douglas in 1969, 1973 and1977, defeated PC Don Cilinsky by 2,219 votes.|
|1977, 1973, 1969, 1966, 1962||NDP Saul Cherniak elected.|
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- Updated: Nov 30, 2007, 10:50 CST
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