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Events in Manitoba History: Canadian Federal Election (2011)

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The Canadian federal election of 2011 was held on 2 May. The results were as follows:

Riding

Candidate

Party

Votes

Brandon-Souris

Mervin C. Tweed

Conservative

22,386

John Bouché

New Democratic

8,845

Dave Barnes

Green

2,012

Wes Penner

Liberal

1,882

Charleswood-Assiniboia

Steven John Fletcher

Conservative

23,264

Tom Paulley

New Democratic

8,134

Rob Clement

Liberal

7,433

Denali Enns

Green

1,587

Churchill

Niki Ashton

New Democratic

10,262

Wally Daudrich

Conservative

5,256

Sydney Garrioch

Liberal

4,087

Alberteen Spence

Green

471

Dauphin-Swan River-Marquette

Robert Sopuck

Conservative

18,543

Cheryl Osborne

New Democratic

7,657

Wendy Menzies

Liberal

1,947

Kate Storey

Green

1,243

Elmwood-Transcona

Lawrence Toet

Conservative

15,298

Peter James “Jim” Maloway

New Democratic

14,998

Ilona Niemczyk

Liberal

1,660

Ellen Young

Green

1,017

Kildonan-St. Paul

Joy Smith

Conservative

22,670

Rachelle Devine

New Democratic

11,727

Victor Andres

Liberal

3,199

Alon David Weinberg

Green

1,020

Brett Ryall

Independent

218

Eduard Hiebert

Independent

145

Portage-Lisgar

Candice Bergen

Conservative

26,899

Mohamed Alli

New Democratic

3,478

M. J. Willard

Liberal

2,221

Matthew Friesen

Green

1,996

Jerome Dondo

Christian Heritage

805

Provencher

Vic Toews

Conservative

27,820

Al Mackling

New Democratic

7,051

Terry Hayward

Liberal

2,645

Janine Gibson

Green

1,164

David Reimer

Christian Heritage

510

Ric Lim

Pirate

215

St. Boniface

Shelly Glover

Conservative

21,737

Raymond Simard

Liberal

13,314

Patrice Miniely

New Democratic

6,935

Marc Payette

Green

1,245

Selkirk-Interlake

James Bezan

Conservative

26,848

Sean Palsson

New Democratic

10,933

Duncan Edward Geisler (1948-2019)

Liberal

1,980

Don Winstone

Green

1,423

Winnipeg Centre

Pat Martin

New Democratic

13,928

Bev Pitura

Conservative

7,173

Allan Wise

Liberal

2,872

Jacqueline Romanow

Green

1,830

Darrell Rankin

Communist

152

Winnipeg North

Kevin Lamoureux

Liberal

9,097

Rebecca Blaikie

New Democratic

9,053

Ann Matejicka

Conservative

6,701

John Harvie

Green

458

Frank Komarniski

Communist

118

Winnipeg South

Rod Bruinooge

Conservative

22,840

Terry Duguid

Liberal

14,296

Dave Gaudreau

New Democratic

5,693

Caitlin McIntyre

Green

889

Winnipeg South Centre

Joyce Bateman

Conservative

15,506

Anita Neville

Liberal

14,784

Dennis Lewycky

New Democratic

7,945

Joshua McNeil

Green

1,383

Matt Henderson

Independent

218

Lyndon B. Froese

Independent

103

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Manitoba Members of the Forty-First Canadian Parliament (2011-2015)

Sources:

History of Federal Ridings Since 1867, Parliament of Canada.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 14 June 2020

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