DISTRICT: DALHOUSIE-RESTIGOUCHE EAST
|Candidate||Party||Vote Count||Vote Share||Elected
|Ronald Joseph Barriault||PC||2084||25.89%||
|September 20, 1:55:00 PM ADT||42 of 42 polls reporting
Dalhousie - Restigouche East (2)
||Donald Arsenault (incumbent)
This district, in the northeast of the province, contains the part of Restigouche County contained in town of Dalhousie; villages of Eel River Crossing, Balmoral and Charlo, as well as all of parishes of Balmoral and Colburne, and part of parishes of Dalhousie and Durham. The Eel River First Nation is also in district. There is a 60/40 French/English split in mother tongue.
New district in 1995.
Both Dalhousie and Restigouche East:
Dalhousie - Restigouche East:
LIB: 2003, 1995
In the 2006 redistribution, Dalhousie - Restigouche East added the southern part of the community of Val D'Amour from the existing district of Restigouche West. It also added the areas of McLeods and Dundee from the electoral district Campbleton - Restigouche Centre. The district's total population is 14,109.
||LIB DONALD ARSENAULT won the seat with 3,445 votes.
||PC DR. DENNIS FURLONG defeated LIB CAROLLE DE STE CROIX by 2,318 votes.
June 17, 1999: FURLONG appointed minister of health and community services; appointed minister of education, and minister responsible for culture and sport secretariat Oct 9/01.
||DE STE-CROIX defeated ND AURELE FERLATTE by 1,253 votes.
|DALHOUSIE (new district in 1974):
||LIB ALLAN MAHER defeated FERLATTE by 877 votes.
Oct. 9, 1991: MAHER reappointed minister of finance and appointed chair of Board of Management.
||MAHER won in 1978, 1982 and 1987.
Oct. 27, 1987: MAHER appointed minister of finance, and minister responsible for N.B. Liquor Commission; January to Oct. 1991: Acting minister of commerce and technology.
||PC JOHN POTTER defeated MAHER by 365 votes.
|RESTIGOUCHE EAST (new district in 1974):
||LIB RAYBURN DOUCETTE defeated ND WALTER GAUTHIER by 1,782 votes.
Sept. 2, 1993: DOUCETTE appointed minister responsible for Regional Development Corp.
||Oct. 27, 1987: DOUCETTE appointed minister of energy, and Chair of NB Electric Power Commission; Dec. 19, 1990: Appointed minister of commerce and technology.
Resigned Jan. 21, 1991, following patronage allegation while he was chair of NB Power.
||LIB RAYBURN DOUCETTE, son of LIB RAYMOND DOUCETTE (elected in 1963 and 1967), first elected in Restigouche. Re-elected in 1974, 1978, 1982 and 1987.
||LIB RAYMOND DOUCETTE elected in Restigouche in 1963 and 1967.
|RESTIGOUCHE (before 1974):
||1935: 2 LIBs; 1939: 1 LIB, 1 CONS; 1944: 2 LIBs; 1948: 3 LIBs; 3 PCs: 1952, 1956; 3 LIBs: 1960-70 incl. (PC: 1968 byelection).
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