Thursday, October 8, 2015

Simple Guide to Canada's Federal Election -- Select Ridings Ottawa, Toronto, Durham, York, Simcoe Peel, Halton & Hamilton


Simple Guide to Canada's Federal Election (Ottawa-Gatineau) 

(scroll down the page to see other ridings) 

The Federal Election on Monday, October 19, 2015 is one of the most important elections in Canada's history. It is absolutely essential that you vote if you're a Canadian citizen and are 18 years old or older.

There is only one central issue in this election: 

Do Stephen Harper and his Conservative Party deserve another 4 years in power to govern over Canada?

If you believe yes, then vote for your local Conservative candidate.

If you believe no, then here is who you should vote for in your area:
  • Ottawa Centre: DEWAR, Paul (NDP - New Democratic Party)
  • Ottawa South: MCGUINTY, David (Liberal)
  • Ottawa-Vanier: BÉLANGER, Mauril (Liberal)
  • Ottawa West-Nepean: VANDENBELD, Anita (Liberal)
  • Carleton: RODGERS, Chris (Liberal)
  • Kanata-Carleton: MCCRIMMON, Karen (Liberal)
  • Nepean: ARYA, Chandra (Liberal)
  • Orléans: LESLIE, Andrew (Liberal)
  • Argenteuil-La Petite-Nation: CRÊTE, Chantal (NDP - New Democratic Party)
  • Gatineau: BOIVIN, FRANÇOISE (NDP - New Democratic Party)
  • Hull-Aylmer: TURMEL, NYCOLE (NDP - New Democratic Party)
  • Pontiac: RAVIGNAT, MATHIEU (NDP - New Democratic Party)
If you don't know which area (riding) you live in, click here to find out.

To vote, you must be registered. Click here to make sure you're registered to vote.

You can vote this long weekend - Friday, October 9 through to Monday, October 12 or you can vote on Election Day, Monday, October 19

If possible, try to vote this long weekend and save yourself from lineups on Election Day.


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Simple Guide to Canada's Federal Election (City of Toronto) 

The Federal Election on Monday, October 19, 2015 is one of the most important elections in Canada's history. It is absolutely essential that you vote if you're a Canadian citizen and you're 18 years-old or older.

There is only one central issue in this election: 

Do the Harper Conservatives deserve another 4 years in power to govern over Canada?

If you believe yes, then vote for your local Conservative candidate.

If you believe no, then here is who you should vote for in your area:
  • Scarborough-Agincourt: CHAN, Arnold (Liberal)
  • Scarborough Centre: ZAHID, Salma (Liberal)
  • Scarborough-Guildwood: MCKAY, John (Liberal)
  • Scarborough North: SITSABAIESAN, Rathika (NDP - New Democratic Party)
  • Scarborough-Rouge Park: ANANDASANGAREE, Gary (Liberal)
  • Scarborough Southwest: HARRIS, Dan (NDP - New Democratic Party)
  • Beaches-East York: KELLWAY, Matthew (NDP - New Democratic Party)
  • Davenport: CASH, Andrew (NDP - New Democratic Party)
  • Don Valley East: RATANSI, Yasmin (Liberal)
  • Don Valley West: OLIPHANT, Rob (Liberal)
  • Don Valley North: TAN, Geng (Liberal)
  • Eglinton-Lawrence: MENDICINO, Marco (Liberal)
  • Humber River-Black Creek: SGRO, Judy (Liberal)
    • Parkdale-High Park: NASH, Peggy (NDP - New Democratic Party)
    • Toronto-St. Paul's: BENNETT, Carolyn (Liberal)
    • Spadina-Fort York: CHOW, Olivia (NDP - New Democratic Party)
    • Toronto Centre: MORNEAU, Bill (Liberal)
    • Toronto-Danforth: SCOTT, Craig (NDP - New Democratic Party)
    • University-Rosedale: HOLLETT, Jennifer (NDP - New Democratic Party)
    • Willowdale: EHSASSI, Ali (Liberal)
    • York Centre: LEVITT, Michael (Liberal)
    • York-South Weston: SULLIVAN, Mike (NDP - New Democratic Party)
    • Etobicoke Centre: WRZESNEWSKYJ, Borysl (Liberal)
    • Etobicoke-Lakeshore: MALONEY, James (Liberal)
    • Etobicoke North: DUNCAN, Kirsty (Liberal)
    If you don't know which area (riding) you live in or to find out where to vote, click here.



    To vote, you must be registered. Click here to make sure you're registered.


    Every vote counts! Please make sure all eligible members of your household cast their votes.

    You can vote this long weekend - Friday, October 9 to Monday, October 12 or you can vote on Election Day.


    If possible, try to vote this long weekend and save yourself from lineups on Election Day.
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    Simple Guide to Canada's Federal Election (Ontario: Durham, York and Simcoe) 

    The Federal Election on Monday, October 19, 2015 is one of the most important elections in Canada's history. It is absolutely essential that you vote if you're a Canadian citizen and you're 18 years-old or older.

    There is only one central issue in this election: 

    Do the Harper Conservatives deserve another 4 years in power to govern over Canada?

    If you believe yes, then vote for your local Conservative candidate.

    If you believe no, then here is who you should vote for in your area:
    • Ajax: HOLLAND, Mark (Liberal)
    • Durham: SPENCE, Derek (NDP - New Democratic Party)
    • Oshawa: FOWLER, Mary (NDP - New Democratic Party)
    • Pickering-Uxbridge: O'CONNELL, Jennifer (Liberal)
    • Whitby: CAESAR-CHAVANNES, Celina (Liberal)
    • Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill: ALLESLEV, Leona (Liberal)
    • King-Vaughan: SCHULTE, Deb (Liberal)
    • Markham Stouffville: PHILPOTT, Jane (Liberal)
    • Markham-Thornhill: MCCALLUM, John (Liberal)
    • Markham-Unionville: JIANG, Bang-Gu (Liberal)
    • Newmarket-Aurora: PETERSON, Kyle (Liberal)
    • Richmond Hill: JOWHARI, Majid (Liberal)
    • Thornhill: COLDHAM, Nancy (Liberal)
    • Vaughan-Woodbridge: SORBARA, Francesco (Liberal)
    • Barrie Innisfil: CLARK, Myrna (NDP - New Democratic Party)
    • Barrie-Springwater-Oro-Medonte: TAMBLYN, Brian (Liberal)
    • Simcoe-Grey: MATTHEWS, David (NDP - New Democratic Party)
    • Simcoe North: RILEY, Liz (Liberal)
    • York-Simcoe: GERL, Sylvia (NDP - New Democratic Party)
    If you don't know which area (riding) you live in or to find out where to vote, click here.

    To vote, you must be registered. Click here to make sure you're registered.

    Every vote counts! Please make sure all eligible members of your household go out to vote.

    You can vote this long weekend - Friday, October 9 to Monday, October 12 or you can vote on Election Day, Monday, October 19

    If possible, try to vote this long weekend and save yourself from lineups on Election Day.

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    Simple Guide to Canada's Federal Election (Peel, Halton & Hamilton) 

    The Federal Election on Monday, October 19, 2015 is one of the most important elections in Canada's history. It is absolutely essential that you vote if you're a Canadian citizen and you're 18 years-old or older.

    There is only one central issue in this election: 

    Do the Harper Conservatives deserve another 4 years in power to govern over Canada?

    If you believe yes, then vote for your local Conservative candidate.

    If you believe no, then here is who you should vote for in your area:
    • Burlington: GOULD, Karina (Liberal)
    • Brampton Centre: SANGHARamesh (Liberal)
    • Brampton East: KAHLON, Harbaljit Singh (NDP - New Democratic Party)
    • Brampton North: SAHOTARuby (Liberal)
    • Brampton South: SIDHU, Sonia (Liberal)
    • Brampton West: KHERA, Kamal (Liberal)
    • Flamborough-Glanbrook: DILIVIO, Mike (NDP - New Democratic Party)
    • Hamilton Centre: CHRISTOPHERSON, David (NDP - New Democratic Party)
    • Hamilton East-Stoney Creek: MARSTON, Wayne (NDP - New Democratic Party)
    • Hamilton Mountain: DUVALL, Scott (NDP - New Democratic Party)
    • Hamilton West-Ancaster-Dundas: JOHNSTONE, Alex (NDP - New Democratic Party)
    • Milton: RIZVEE, Azim (Liberal)
    • Mississauga Centre: ALGHABRA, Omar (Liberal)
    • Mississauga East-Cooksville: FONSECA, Peter (Liberal)
    • Mississauga Erin-Mills: KHALID, Iqra (Liberal)
    • Mississauga-Lakeshore: SPENGEMANN, Sven (Liberal)
    • Mississauga-Malton: BAINS, Navdeep (Liberal)
    • Mississauga-Streetsville: SIKAND, Gagan (Liberal)
    • Oakville: JOHN, Oliver (Liberal)
    • Oakville North-Burlington: DAMOFF, Pam (Liberal)
    If you don't know which area (riding) you live in or to find out where to vote, click here.

    To vote, you must be registered. Click here to make sure you're registered to vote.

    Every vote counts! Please make sure all eligible members of your household go out to vote.

    You can vote this long weekend - Friday, October 9 to Monday, October 12 or you can vote on Election Day, Monday, October 19

    If possible, try to vote this long weekend and save yourself from lineups on Election Day.