Results, Ridings and Candidates
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|Updated: Nov. 7, 2008 5:00 PM EST||235/235 polls|
Unofficial results were updated at the time shown following judicial recounts in six ridings. For more recent results, visit Elections Canada. The CBC does not endorse and is not responsible for the content of external sites. External links will open in a new window.View these results in the interactive map »
- Lisa Lumley
- Elizabeth Rowley
- John Esposito
- Larry Horwitz
- Margaret Villamizar
- Brian Masse (Incumbent)
Party: Conservative Party of Canada
Birthplace: Dresden, Ont.
Education: Graduated from Ryerson Polytechnical Institute in Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism.
Marital Status: Married
Name of Spouse: Greg
Children: Three - Fraser, Henry and Gabrielle
Party: Communist Party of Canada
Career Background: Former public school trustee
Party: Green Party of Canada
Birthplace: Leamington, Ont.
Education: Honours bachelor of arts in English and communications, University of Windsor
Career Background: Currently works in retail.
Community Activities: Volunteers with the Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG), Friends Aiding International Relief (FAIR), Engineers Without Borders, and was founding president of the Young Greens of Windsor.
Party: Liberal Party of Canada
Education: BA in sociology from York University in Toronto. Has also studied at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., and at McGill University in Montreal.
Profession: Author, journalist, businessman and community activist.
Marital Status: Married
Community Activities: Has served on boards and committees of such organizations as the Wyandotte Street Business Improvement Association and the Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association.
2525 Howard Ave.
Party: Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada
Birthplace: Eganville, Ont.
Education: Honours BA in psychology
Profession: Language assessor
Career Background: Has worked 14 years in the field of adult ESL. Previously employed as a school psychometrist.
Community Activities: Chair of the Windsor Peace Coalition; member of Windsor and District Labour Council human rights committee.
Federal: Defeated in London West in 1997, 2000, 2004 and 2006
Party: New Democratic Party of Canada
Birthdate: July 9, 1968
Birthplace: Windsor, Ont.
Education: Honours BA in sociology, with a minor in history from Wilfrid Laurier University. Completed master's course work in sociology at the University of Windsor.
Marital Status: Married
Name of Spouse: Terry Chow
Children: One - Alexandria
Career Background: Worked on behalf of disabled persons in various capacities, including with the Association for Persons with Physical Disabilities and in the development of the Opportunities Fund, which involved more than 26 community agencies across three counties. He has had various teaching assignments in university and college settings. Was employed as a program co-ordinator for the Multicultural Council of Essex County. Duties included operation of the Multicultural Youth in Action program.
Community Activities: Member of the Canadian National Institute for the Blind Essex-Kent district board of directors, and the AIDS Committee of Windsor and Essex County.
Municipal: Elected to Windsor City Council for Ward 2 in November 1997; re-elected in November 2000.
Federal: Elected in Windsor West in the May 2002 byelection, and in the 2004 and 2006 general elections.
Committee: Member of the Committee on Industry, Science and Technology.
Caucus: Member of the NDP Caucus.
129 Erie St. E
Telephone: 519-253-WEST (9378)
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|Updated: Nov. 7, 2008, 5:00 PM EST|
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