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History of Federal Ridings since 1867



LASALLE--ÉMARD, Quebec (1988 - 2015)


See:LASALLE (Quebec)(1979 - 1988)
SAINT-HENRI--WESTMOUNT (Quebec)(1979 - 1997)
VERDUN--SAINT-PAUL (Quebec)(1981 - 1997)

Representation Order, 1987

LaSALLE-ÉMARD consisting of:

(a) the Town of LaSalle;

(b) that part of the Town of Montréal bounded as follows: commencing at the southwestesrly corner of the Town of Verdun; thence, successively, the following lines and demarcations; the northerly and northeasterly limits of the Town of LaSalle; the Lachine Canal; de l'Église Avenue; Hadley Street; Allard Street; the westerly limit of the Town of Verdun to the point of commencement.

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
34 1988/11/21 MARTIN, Paul administrator  23,394 45.46% Lib 
LANTHIER, Claude Member of Parliament  21,979 42.71% P.C. 
BOHRER, Jean-Claude teacher  5,458 10.61% N.D.P. 
BOUTET, Ginette educator  305 0.59% N/A 
GAUTHIER, Ginette legal secretary  212 0.41% Comm. 
GUICE, Nancy   117 0.23% Com'lth 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
35 1993/10/25 MARTIN, Paul Member of Parliament  30,869 59.51% Lib 
CIMON, Éric student  17,279 33.31% B.Q. 
SENÉCAL, Johanne businesswoman  2,378 4.58% P.C. 
BELZILE, Richard educational consultant, professor  707 1.36% N.D.P. 
AMARICA, George engineer  418 0.81% N.L.P. 
CARLI, Giampaolo engineer  120 0.23% Com'lth 
TURMEL, Thérèse retired  103 0.20% Abol. 

Representation Order, 1996

LASALLE-ÉMARD consisting of:

(a) the City of LaSalle;

(b) that part of the City of Montréal described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the limits of the cities of LaSalle, Montréal and Verdun; thence along the limit between the cities of LaSalle and Montréal to the Lachine Canal; thence along the Lachine Canal to Côte-Saint-Paul Road; thence along Côte-Saint-Paul Road and de l'Église Avenue to Laurendeau Street; thence along Laurendeau Street to Desmarchais Boulevard; thence along Desmarchais Boulevard to the limit between the cities of Montréal and Verdun; thence along the limit between the cities of Montréal and Verdun to the point of commencement.

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
36 1997/06/02 MARTIN, Paul politician  32,317 60.87% Lib 
CHALIFOUX, Jean-Pierre production manager  12,953 24.40% B.Q. 
BÉLANGER, Josée insurance  6,445 12.14% P.C. 
BOWMAN, Joe editor  920 1.73% N.D.P. 
GUEST, Russell marketing director  453 0.85% N.L.P. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
37 2000/11/27 MARTIN, Paul lawyer  32,069 65.75% Lib 
MARTEL, Denis clerk  11,805 24.20% B.Q. 
DE SANTIS, Giuseppe Joe self-employed renovator  1,806 3.70% CA 
MASSAND, Deepak T. security advisor  1,111 2.28% P.C. 
BERNANS, David researcher  837 1.72% N.D.P. 
ST-CYR, Mathieux cameraman  765 1.57% MP 
BIGRAS, Gilles teacher  273 0.56% N.L.P. 
ORTIZ, Irma nurse  107 0.22% Comm. 

Representation Order, 2003

LASALLE--ÉMARD

consisting of that part of the City of Montréal described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of the City of Montréal with the westerly limit of the former City of LaSalle; thence northerly along the westerly limit of the former City of LaSalle to de Lachine Canal; thence northeasterly along said canal to de la Côte-Saint-Paul Road; thence generally easterly along said road and de l'Église Avenue to Laurendeau Street; thence southerly along said street to Desmarchais Boulevard; thence easterly along said boulevard to De La Vérendrye Boulevard; thence southwesterly along said boulevard to the southerly limit of the former City of Verdun; thence easterly along said limit to the southerly limit of the City of Montréal; thence generally westerly along said limit to the point of commencement.

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
38 2004/06/28 MARTIN, Paul parliamentarian  25,806 56.55% Lib 
LARRIVÉE, Thierry business person  14,001 30.68% B.Q. 
ROY-ARCELIN, Nicole nurse  2,271 4.98%
BLAIKIE, Rebecca education coordinator  1,995 4.37% N.D.P. 
JACK, Douglas ecological designer  1,000 2.19% G.P. 
ST-MAURICE, Marc Boris activist  349 0.76% MP 
BÉDARD, Jean-Paul teacher  210 0.46% M.-L. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
39 2006/01/23 MARTIN, Paul parliamentarian  22,751 48.41% Lib 
CHIU, May lawyer  13,501 28.73% B.Q. 
BASTIEN, Georges-Alexandre financial advisor  5,994 12.75%
JOHNSON, Russ businessman  2,805 5.97% N.D.P. 
BELLEMARE, Serge retired teacher  1,512 3.22% G.P. 
LEBLEU, Jean-Philippe political activist  281 0.60% Ind. 
BÉDARD, Jean-Paul teacher  152 0.32% M.-L. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
40 2008/10/14 ZARAC, Lise city councillor  17,226 40.60% Lib 
ISAYA, Frédéric supply teacher and actor  10,384 24.47% B.Q. 
GUAY-PEPPER, Béatrice communications consultant  6,802 16.03%
DARWISH, Amy youth worker  5,622 13.25% N.D.P. 
VITELLI, Kristina student  1,579 3.72% G.P. 
KALUZNY, Antoine businessman  674 1.59% Ind. 
LE SEIGLE, Yves janitor  144 0.34% M.-L. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
41 2011/05/02 LEBLANC, Hélène agronomist  17,691 42.15% N.D.P. 
ZARAC, Lise parliamentarian  11,172 26.62% Lib 
DUBOIS, Carl lift ruck operator  6,151 14.66% B.Q. 
YU, Chang-Tao Jimmy director general  5,516 13.14%
BANVILLE, Lorraine scientific consultant  946 2.25% G.P. 
LE SEIGLE, Yves janitor  288 0.69% M.-L. 
BERGER-RICHARD, Guillaume imaginative traveller  208 0.50% Rhino 

The electoral district was abolished in 2015.


See:DORVAL--LACHINE (Quebec)(2013 - 2013)
LASALLE--VERDUN (Quebec)(2013 - 2013)


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