Ontario Votes 2022: Nepean

The Progressive Conservatives won Nepean in 2018, taking just over 45 per cent of the vote.

PC incumbent faces 5 challengers


UPDATE | Elections Ontario said June 1 that storm damage means the polling place at St. Monica School has been moved to The Metropolitan Bible Church at 2176 Prince of Wales Dr.

The Progressive Conservatives won Nepean in 2018, taking just over 45 per cent of the vote.

With just under 29 per cent, the NDP placed second ahead of the Liberals, who got 19 per cent.

Incumbent Lisa MacLeod is up against five candidates.

Kathleen Corriveau, New Blue

New Blue candidate Kathleen Corriveau. (New Blue Party of Ontario)

The New Blue candidate has been living in Nepean for the last 20 years with her husband and two children.

She worked as a federal scientist in emergency management for 18 years.

Brian Double, NDP

NDP candidate for Nepean Brian Double. (Brian Double/Ontario NDP)

The NDP candidate is a lifelong resident of Nepean who has worked for the federal government for 20 years. 

That work included inspecting boats for pests and negotiating international trade agreements.

Why Brian Double’s three children motivated him to run for politics and why he’s doing it, wearing a bowtie.

Bryan Emmerson, Ontario Party

Lisa MacLeod, PC*

PC candidate Lisa MacLeod. (Ontario PC Party)

The PC incumbent was first elected to the provincial legislature in 2006, serving as the youngest MPP at that time.

She served in what was then Nepean-Carleton, winning elections in 2007, 2011 and 2014, before the riding boundaries changed and it became known as Nepean in 2018, when she won again.

Kaitlyn Tremblay, Green Party

Green Party candidate Kaitlyn Tremblay. (Submitted by Kaitlyn Tremblay)

The Green Party contender has lived across Canada growing up as part of her upbringing in a military family.

She says she works to champion equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) in the workplace.

Green Party of Ontario candidate for Nepean, Kaitlyn Tremblay tells us her party's plans for healthcare in Ontario

Tyler Watt, Liberal

Liberal candidate Tyler Watt. (CBC / Radio-Canada)

The Liberal candidate is a registered nurse who grew up and lives in Nepean.

He said he wasn't interested in politics when he was growing up but has since become engaged.