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D'Arcy-McGee

For the father of Confederation, see Thomas D'Arcy McGee.
D'Arcy-McGee
electoral district
Provincial electoral district
Legislature National Assembly of Quebec
MNA
 
 
 
Lawrence S. Bergman
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District created 1965
First contested 1966
Last contested 2012
Demographics
Population (2006) 60,929
Electors (2012)[1] 40,111
Area (km²)[2] 10.8
Pop. density (per km²) 5,641.6
Census divisions Montreal (part)
Census subdivisions Montreal (part), Côte Saint-Luc, Hampstead

D'Arcy-McGee is a provincial electoral district in the Montreal region of the province of Quebec, Canada, that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It consists of the cities of Côte-Saint-Luc and Hampstead and part of the Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough of the city of Montreal. It is the only provincial electoral district in Quebec with a Jewish majority. It is considered to be one of the safest districts in Quebec for the Liberals.

It was created for the 1966 election from parts of the former Montreal-Outremont and Westmount–Saint-Georges electoral districts.

The boundaries of the D'Arcy-McGee electoral district on the 2011 electoral map are identical to the previous boundaries.

The riding was named after Thomas D'Arcy McGee, a Father of Confederation.

Members of the Legislative Assembly / National Assembly

This riding has elected the following Members of the National Assembly:

Legislature Years Member Party
28th 1966–1970     Victor Charles Goldbloom Liberal
29th 1970–1973
30th 1973–1976
31st 1976–1979
1979–1981     Herbert Marx Liberal
32nd 1981–1985
33rd 1985–1989
34th 1989–1993     Robert Libman Equality
1993–1994     Independent
35th 1994–1998     Lawrence S. Bergman Liberal
36th 1998–2003
37th 2003–2007
38th 2007–2008
39th 2008–2012
40th 2012–

Geography

D'Arcy-McGee is located on the island of Montreal.

It consists of the municipalities of:

Linguistic demographics

Election results

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Template:Canadian election result/top Template:CANelec |- |- |bgcolor="Template:Canadian party colour/Temporary"|     |Parti Québécois |Mathieu Breault |align="right"|1,087 |align="right"|4.14 |align="right"|+1.02 |- |- |bgcolor="lightsteelblue"|     |Action démocratique |Sylvain James Bowes |align="right"|520 |align="right"|1.98 |align="right"|+0.73 |- |- |bgcolor="moccasin"|     |Equality |William F. Shaw |align="right"|406 |align="right"|1.55 |align="right"|-2.81 |- |- |bgcolor="tan"|     |Bloc pot |Blair T. Longley |align="right"|274 |align="right"|1.04 |align="right"|– |- |}

Template:Canadian election result/top Template:CANelec |- |- |bgcolor="moccasin"|     |Equality |Bernard King |align="right"|1,397 |align="right"|4.36 |align="right"|– |- |- |bgcolor="Template:Canadian party colour/Temporary"|     |Parti Québécois |Jean-Claude Gaudette |align="right"|1,002 |align="right"|3.12 |align="right"|-0.20 |- |- |bgcolor="lightsteelblue"|     |Action démocratique |Norman Brisson |align="right"|400 |align="right"|1.25 |align="right"|– |- |- |bgcolor="sandybrown"|     |Socialist Democracy |Abraham Weizfeld |align="right"|135 |align="right"|0.42 |align="right"|– |- |- |bgcolor="lavender"|     |Natural law |Ena Kahn |align="right"|77 |align="right"|0.24 |align="right"|-0.24 |- |}

1995 Quebec referendum
Side Votes %
Non 37,253 96.38
Oui 1,401 3.62

Template:Canadian election result/top Template:CANelec |- |- |bgcolor="gainsboro"|     |Independent |Robert Libman |align="right"|10,056 |align="right"|30.83 |align="right"|-27.02 |- |- |bgcolor="Template:Canadian party colour/Temporary"|     |Parti Québécois |François Normandin |align="right"|1,084 |align="right"|3.32 |align="right"|+0.27 |- |- |bgcolor="lavender"|     |Natural law |Ena Kahn |align="right"|157 |align="right"|0.48 |align="right"|– |- |}

1992 Charlottetown Accord referendum
Side Votes %
Oui 28,552 92.21
Non 2,412 7.79

Template:Canadian election result/top Template:CANelec |- |- |bgcolor="lightcoral"|     |Liberal |Gary Waxman |align="right"|9,677 |align="right"|35.55 |align="right"|-55.90 |- |- |bgcolor="Template:Canadian party colour/Temporary"|     |Parti Québécois |Jacques Carraire |align="right"|829 |align="right"|3.05 |align="right"|-1.47 |- Template:CANelec |- |- |bgcolor="gainsboro"|     |Independent |Carol Zimmerman |align="right"|262 |align="right"|0.96 |align="right"|– |- |- |bgcolor="sandybrown"|     |New Democrat |David Alexander Schulze |align="right"|173 |align="right"|0.64 |align="right"|-3.12 |}

Template:Canadian election result/top Template:CANelec |- |- |bgcolor="Template:Canadian party colour/Temporary"|     |Parti Québécois |Richard C. Bougie |align="right"|1,127 |align="right"|4.52 |align="right"|-0.89 |- |- |bgcolor="sandybrown"|     |New Democrat |Heather Yampolsky |align="right"|937 |align="right"|3.76 |align="right"|– |- |- |bgcolor="gainsboro"|     |Christian Socialist |Jocelyn Rivest |align="right"|67 |align="right"|0.27 |align="right"|– |- |}

Template:Canadian election result/top Template:CANelec |- |- |bgcolor="Template:Canadian party colour/Temporary"|     |Parti Québécois |André Daoust |align="right"|1,532 |align="right"|5.41 |align="right"|+1.89 |- |- |bgcolor="#119900"|     |Libertarian |Victor Levis |align="right"|635 |align="right"|2.24 |align="right"|– |- Template:CANelec |- |}

1980 Quebec referendum
Side Votes %
Non 36,365 95.88
Oui 1,563 4.12

Template:Canadian election result/top Template:CANelec |- |- |bgcolor="Template:Canadian party colour/Temporary"|     |Parti Québécois |David Levine |align="right"|813 |align="right"|3.52 |align="right"|-1.21 |- |}

Template:Canadian election result/top Template:CANelec |- Template:CANelec |- |- |bgcolor="Template:Canadian party colour/Temporary"|     |Parti Québécois |Jacques Mackay |align="right"|1,476 |align="right"|4.73 |align="right"|+0.48 |- |- |bgcolor="gainsboro"|     |Democratic Alliance |Elie Chalouh |align="right"|950 |align="right"|3.04 |align="right"|– |- |- |bgcolor="gainsboro"|     |Independent |Max Wollach |align="right"|417 |align="right"|1.33 |align="right"|– |- |- |bgcolor="lightgreen"|     |Ralliement créditiste |Gaëtan Gauthier |align="right"|83 |align="right"|0.27 |align="right"|-1.18 |- |}

External links

Information
  • Elections Quebec
Election results
  • Election results (National Assembly)
  • Election results (QuébecPolitique)
Maps
  • 2011 map (PDF)
  • 2001 map (Flash)
    2001–2011 changes (Flash)
    1992–2001 changes (Flash)
  • Electoral map of Montréal region
  • Quebec electoral map, 2011

References

Neighbouring electoral districts

Coordinates: 45°28′11″N 73°39′45″W / 45.4698°N 73.6625°W / 45.4698; -73.6625

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