Marilyn Brick (NDP)
This riding has existed since the 1981 election. This is a southern Winnipeg riding that runs between the city limits to the west and the Red River to the east, and between the city limits to the south and the Perimeter Highway/CNR Line/Chancellor Matheson Road/University Crescent/Sifton Road to the north. The riding contains suburban communities.The population in 2001 was 18,980. The average family income was $69,371, with an unemployment rate of six per cent. The leading industries were health and social services (13.9%) and educational services (13.4%).
|2003||NDP Marilyn Brick defeated incumbent PC Marcel Laurendeau by 745 votes.|
|1999||PC Laurendeau defeated NDP Marilyn Brick by 760 votes.|
|1995||PC Laurendeau defeated LIB Val Thompson by 527 votes.|
|1990||PC Laurendeau defeated incumbent LIB John Angus by 117 votes.|
|1988||LIB Angus defeated incumbent PC Gerry Mercier by 378 votes.|
|1986||PC Mercier defeated NDP Ruth Pear, by 2,949 votes.|
|1981||PC Mercier, who had been elected in Osborne in 1977, ran here after redistribution and defeated NDP Pear by 1,902 votes.|
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- Updated: Nov 30, 2007, 10:50 CST
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