- Delta—Richmond East
Delta—Richmond East British Columbia electoral district Delta—Richmond East in relation to other federal electoral districts in Vancouver Federal electoral district Legislature House of Commons MP
District created 2003 First contested 2004 Last contested 2011 District webpage profile, map Demographics Population (2006) 106,103 Electors (2011) 78,706 Area (km²) 278 Pop. density (per km²) 381.7 Census divisions Census subdivisions Richmond, Delta
It is located in the Metro Vancouver, and consists of:
- the south east part of the City of Richmond,
- the village of Steveston in Richmond,
- the west part of the Corporation of Delta,
- Musqueam Indian Reserve No. 4, and
- Tsawwassen Indian Reserve.
This riding's population is 38% immigrants. About 20% is Chinese-Canadian. The service sector, retail trade, construction, and manufacturing are the major sources of employment in this riding. The average family income is almost $90,000. Unemployment is around 4.8%.
The electoral district was created in 2003 from Delta—South Richmond and Richmond ridings.
Members of Parliament
Parliament Years Member Party 38th 2004–2006 John Cummins Conservative 39th 2006–2008 40th 2008–2011 41st 2011–present Kerry-Lynne Findlay Conservative
Canadian federal election, 2011 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures Conservative Kerry-Lynne Findlay 26,059 54.24 -1.51 New Democrat Nic Slater 11,181 23.27 +8.82 Liberal Alan Beesley 8,112 16.88 -5.14 Green Duane Laird 2,324 4.84 -2.94 Independent John Shavluk 220 0.46 - Libertarian Jeff Monds 147 0.31 - Total valid votes/Expense limit 48,043 100.00 Total rejected ballots 168 0.35 -0.03 Turnout 48,211 60.39 +0.39 Eligible voters 79,831 Canadian federal election, 2008 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures Conservative John Cummins 26,252 55.75 +7.31 $29,991 Liberal Dana L. Miller 10,371 22.02 -9.86 $16,071 New Democrat Szilvia Barna 6,803 14.45 -0.28 $2,821 Green Matthew Laine 3,663 7.78 +2.82 $308 Total valid votes/Expense limit 47,089 100.00 $84,246 Total rejected ballots 180 0.38 +0.06 Turnout 47,269 60 -4 Canadian federal election, 2006 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures Conservative John Cummins 23,595 48.44 +2.84 $56,094 Liberal Patricia Whittaker 15,527 31.88 -1.32 $29,342 New Democrat William Jonsson 7,176 14.73 +0.10 $2,682 Green Jean-Philippe Laflamme 2,414 4.96 -1.60 $4 Total valid votes 48,712 100.00 Total rejected ballots 156 0.32 -0.03 Turnout 48,868 64 - Canadian federal election, 2004 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures Conservative John Cummins 21,308 45.60 $70,602 Liberal Shelley Leonhardt 15,515 33.20 $64,818 New Democrat Itrath Syed 6,838 14.63 $10,645 Green Dana L. Miller 3,066 6.56 $2,005 Total valid votes 46,727 100.00 Total rejected ballots 163 0.35 Turnout 46,890 64
- List of Canadian federal electoral districts
- Past Canadian electoral districts
- Expenditures - 2008 from Elections Canada website
- Election results from Parliament of Canada website
Federal ridings in the Fraser Valley Conservative New Democratic British Columbia Interior Fraser Valley and
the Southern Lower Mainland
the Northern Lower Mainland
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