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History of Federal Ridings since 1867



BURNABY--DOUGLAS, British Columbia (1997 - 2015)


See:BURNABY--KINGSWAY (British Columbia)(1988 - 1997)
NEW WESTMINSTER--BURNABY (British Columbia)(1988 - 1997)
NEW WESTMINSTER--COQUITLAM--BURNABY (British Columbia)(1997 - 2004)
VANCOUVER SOUTH--BURNABY (British Columbia)(1997 - 2004)

Representation Order, 1996

BURNABY-DOUGLAS consisting of that part of the City of Burnaby described as follows: commencing at the northwest corner of the City of Burnaby; thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said city to the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 1); thence westerly along the Trans-Canada Highway to the northerly production of Royal Oak Avenue; thence southerly along said production and Royal Oak Avenue to Imperial Street; thence westerly along Imperial Street to the westerly limit of the City of Burnaby; thence northerly along the westerly limit of said city to the point of commencement.

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
36 1997/06/02 ROBINSON, Svend Johannes Community lawyer  19,058 43.08% N.D.P. 
EYRE, Gary Businessman  11,743 26.55% Ref. 
JAFFER, Mobina Lawyer  11,536 26.08% Lib. 
POWER, Ray Security co-ordinator  1,498 3.39% P.C. 
HUBERT, Valerie Administrative assistant  300 0.68% N.L.P. 
SPROULE, Brian Home care worker  103 0.23% M.-L. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
37 2000/11/27 ROBINSON, Svend Johannes Parliamentarian  17,018 37.39% N.D.P. 
MCDONNELL, Alan Electrical technologist  15,057 33.08% CA 
ZUMPANO, Francesca Administrator burnaby school board  10,774 23.67% Lib. 
KING, Kenneth Edgar Quantity surveyor  2,477 5.44% P.C. 
PERKINS, Roger Retired bookseller  189 0.42% Comm. 

Representation Order, 2003

BURNABY--DOUGLAS consisting of that part of the City of Burnaby lying northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with the Kingsway (Highway No. 1A, Highway No. 99A); thence easterly and southeasterly along the Kingsway to Sussex Avenue; thence northeasterly along said avenue to Grange Street; thence easterly along said street, Dover Street and Oakland Street to Walker Avenue; thence northwesterly along said avenue to Sperling Avenue; thence northerly along Sperling Avenue and its intermittent productions to the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 1); thence generally easterly along said highway to the easterly limit of said city.

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
38 2004/06/28 SIKSAY, Bill Parliamentary assistant  15,682 34.59% N.D.P. 
CUNNINGHAM, Bill Commercial banker  14,748 32.53% Lib. 
DRAZENOVIC, George Accountant  12,531 27.64% C.P.C. 
HUNSDALE, Shawn Student  1,687 3.72% G.P. 
DESAULNIERS, Adam Programmer  291 0.64% Libert. 
CERMINARA, Frank Senior  282 0.62% Ind. 
GIDORA, Hanne Nurse  122 0.27% Comm. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
39 2006/01/23 SIKSAY, Bill Parliamentarian  17,323 35.57% N.D.P. 
CUNNINGHAM, Bill Banker  16,079 33.02% Lib. 
DRAZENOVIC, George Accountant  13,467 27.65% C.P.C. 
POWER, Ray Businessman  1,694 3.48% G.P. 
GIDORA, Timothy George Political organizer  138 0.28% Comm. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
40 2008/10/14 SIKSAY, Bill Parliamentarian  17,937 37.94% N.D.P. 
LEUNG, Ronald Political aide  17,139 36.25% C.P.C. 
CUNNINGHAM, Bill Consultant  9,177 19.41% Lib. 
PERRY, Doug Self-employed  2,822 5.97% G.P. 
GIDORA, George Bus driver  203 0.43% Comm. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
41 2011/05/02 STEWART, Kennedy Professor  20,943 43.00% N.D.P. 
LEUNG, Ronald Minister assistant  19,932 40.92% C.P.C. 
LOW, Ken Retired  5,451 11.19% Lib. 
MERLO, Adrianne Teacher  1,754 3.60% G.P. 
DAHLBY, Lewis Clarke Business owner  420 0.86% Libert. 
GIDORA, George Transit worker  153 0.31% Comm. 
SPROULE, Brian Health care worker  57 0.12% M.-L. 

The electoral district was abolished in 2015.


See:BURNABY NORTH--SEYMOUR (British Columbia)(2015 - )
BURNABY SOUTH (British Columbia)(2015 - )
BURNABY--DOUGLAS (British Columbia)(1997 - 2015)
BURNABY--NEW WESTMINSTER (British Columbia)(2004 - 2015)


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