ONTARIO VOTES 2007

Regional results

Overall Election Results
PartyElectedLeadingTotalVote Share
LIB7107142.19%
PC2602631.67%
NDP1001016.79%
GRN0008.01%
OTH0001.34%
Last Update:October 11, 2:25:56 AM EDT

Overall results in 2003
In the 2003 election, the Liberals won 72 of the 103 seats then up for grabs. The Conservatives took 24 and the NDP seven. At dissolution in September, the party standings were: Liberals 67, Conservatives 25, NDP 10 and one vacant.
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METRO TORONTO
PartyElectedLeadingVote CountVote Share
LIB18034958645.34%
NDP4016621021.55%
PC0018144723.53%
GRN00578597.5%
Last Update: October 11, 2:25:56 AM EDT 22 seats

Metro Toronto

This region consists of all the 22 ridings that are either entirely or mostly within the Metro Toronto Area. In 2003, the Liberals took 17 of these seats and the NDP five.
 
GTA
PartyElectedLeadingVote CountVote Share
LIB33078592845.64%
PC7051402729.85%
NDP4026565115.43%
GRN001305157.58%
Last Update: October 11, 2:25:56 AM EDT 44 seats

GTA

This region consists of all the 44 ridings within the Greater Toronto Area. This includes the 22 Metro Toronto ridings and the 22 others in the so-called 905 belt that stretches from Oshawa to Oakville. In 2003, the Liberals won 31 of these ridings, the Conservatives took eight and the NDP five.
 
CENTRAL ONTARIO
PartyElectedLeadingVote CountVote Share
PC5013141243.45%
LIB209661531.95%
GRN004217213.95%
NDP00274979.09%
Last Update: October 11, 2:25:56 AM EDT 7 seats

Central Ontario

This seven-seat swath in central Ontario runs through Lake Simcoe and the Muskokas. Its largest centres are Barrie and Peterborough. In 2003, the Conservatives won six of these seats and the Liberals took one.
 
ONTARIO EAST
PartyElectedLeadingVote CountVote Share
LIB6020381140.82%
PC5019497539.05%
NDP005767811.55%
GRN00374267.49%
Last Update: October 11, 2:25:56 AM EDT 11 seats

Ontario East

This region runs along Lake Ontario from Port Hope in the west, along the St. Lawrence to Quebec, and up the Ottawa River to north of Algonquin Park. Its major centres are Kingston, Pembroke, Cornwall and Belleville. In 2003, the Liberals won seven of these seats and the Conservatives took the remaining four.
 
NORTHERN ONTARIO
PartyElectedLeadingVote CountVote Share
LIB7013711941.92%
NDP3011198034.24%
PC105979418.28%
GRN00162314.96%
Last Update: October 11, 2:25:56 AM EDT 11 seats

Northern Ontario

These ridings, north of the French River, have had an extra seat added to them this election, the riding of Parry Sound-Muskoka The major centres include Thunder Bay, Timmins, Sault Ste. Marie, Hearst, Fort Francis, Kenora and Kirkland Lake. In the 2003 election, the Liberals won seven of the 11 seats that are now considered Northern Ontario. The NDP won three and the Conservatives one
 
OTTAWA
PartyElectedLeadingVote CountVote Share
LIB5012537144.68%
PC108992132.04%
NDP003690213.15%
GRN00233648.33%
Last Update: October 11, 2:25:56 AM EDT 6 seats

Ottawa

This grouping includes all of urban Ottawa as well as the bedroom community of Nepean-Carleton. In 2003, the Liberals won five of the six ridings in this area. The Conservatives took the other one.
 
HAMILTON-NIAGARA-KITCHENER-WATERLOO
PartyElectedLeadingVote CountVote Share
LIB8026005436.57%
PC5023883433.58%
NDP3014486020.37%
GRN00589258.29%
Last Update: October 11, 2:25:56 AM EDT 16 seats

Hamilton-Niagara-Kitchener-Waterloo

This grouping includes the 16 seats that stretch from Niagara Falls and St. Catharines up through Hamilton and its surrounding area to the Kitchener-Waterloo and Cambridge area. In 2003, the Liberals won eight of these seats, the Conservatives six and the NDP two.
 
SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO
PartyElectedLeadingVote CountVote Share
LIB10021343844.78%
PC2013876829.12%
NDP008059816.91%
GRN00375517.88%
Last Update: October 11, 2:25:56 AM EDT 12 seats

Southwestern Ontario

These ridings include a cluster of large, mostly agricultural communities as well as many of the mid-sized and fast-growing urban centres in southwestern Ontario that stretch from London to Sarnia and Windsor. In 2003, the Liberals took 10 of the 12 seats in this grouping, the Conservatives two.
 

 
 

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