Nancy Allan (NDP)
Allan is the minister of labour and immigration, the minister responsible for multiculturalism, the minister responsible for the status of women, and the minister charged with administration of the Workers Compensation Act.
This riding has existed since the 1958 election. It is a mainly middle-class riding in central Winnipeg that runs between the Red River to the west and the Seine River to the east, and between Bishop Grandin Boulevard to the south and Carriere Avenue to the north.The population in 2001 was 19,880. The average family income was $53,436, with an unemployment rate of 5.2 per cent. The leading industries in this riding were manufacturing (11.7%) and retail (11.2%).
|2003||NDP Nancy Allan defeated PC Kirsty Reilly by 2,753 votes.|
|1999||NDP Allan defeated incumbent PC Shirley Render by 1,519 votes.|
|1995||PC Render defeated NDP Sig Laser by 664 votes.|
|1990||PC Render defeated incumbent LIB Bob Rose by 118 votes.|
|1988||LIB Rose defeated PC Paul Herriot by 817 votes. NDP Gerri Urwin was third.|
|1986, 1981, 1977, 1973, 1971||NDP Jim Walding elected. He was first elected in a byelection. Walding voted against the NDP budget in 1988 and the government fell.|
|1969||PC Jack Hardy defeated NDP Walding by 23 votes. Hardy resigned in 1971.|
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- Updated: Nov 30, 2007, 10:50 CST
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