Cartier (electoral district)


Cartier (electoral district)

Cartier was a federal electoral district in Quebec, Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1925 to 1968.

It was created in 1924 from parts of George-Étienne Cartier riding.

Cartier is the only riding in Canada to have elected a Communist to the House of Commons: Fred Rose, who was elected in a 1943 by-election, and re-elected in 1945. Rose ran under the banner of the Labour Progressive Party, which was a front organization for the banned Communist Party of Canada during the 1940s and 1950s. Sam Jacobs was the riding's MP for many years and was in his final years also the president of the Canadian Jewish Congress.

The electoral district was abolished in 1966 when it was redistributed into Laurier, Outremont and Saint-Jacques ridings.

Election results

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JACOBS, Samuel William ||align=right|7,934
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BERNIER, Joseph Alfred ||align=right|4,889

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JACOBS, Samuel William||align=right|5,048
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WOLFE, Louis ||align=right|2,312
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PARENT, Paul-Ernest ||align=right|2,043
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BUHAY, Michael ||align=right|672

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JACOBS, Samuel William ||align=right|8,231
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WOLFE, Louis ||align=right| 1,928
Independent Progressive
MASSON, Médéric ||align=right|1,294
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PARENT, Paul-E. ||align=right|540

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JACOBS, Samuel William ||align=right|13,574
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ROSENBERG, Fred (Rose) ||align=right|3,385
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GOYETTE, Paul-Emile ||align=right|1,531
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LAVERY, Salluste ||align=right|1,362
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JULIEN, Herman ||align=right|945

By-election: On Mr. Jacobs' death, 21 August 1938.

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BERCOVITCH, Peter ||align=right|acclaimed

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BERCOVITCH, Peter ||align=right|18,191
National Labour
AINEY, Arthur ||align=right|2,354

By-election: On Mr. Bercovitch's death, 26 December 1942.

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ROSE, Fred ||align=right|5,789
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MASSE, Paul ||align=right|5,639
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PHILLIPS, Lazarus ||align=right|4,180
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LEWIS, David ||align=right|3,313
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MILLER, Moses ||align=right|109

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ROSE, Fred ||align=right|10,413
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SCHWISBERG, Samuel Edgar ||align=right|8,935
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MASSE, Paul ||align=right|6,148

By-election: On Mr. Rose's seat being declared vacant, 30 January 1947, by a resolution of the House of Commons.

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HARTT, Maurice ||align=right|9,649
Autonomist candidate
MASSE, Paul ||align=right|6,929
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BUHAY, Michael ||align=right|6,616
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ROCHON, David ||align=right|1,323
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GINGRAS, Onil Léonide ||align=right|142
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VALIQUETTE, Louis ||align=right|45

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HARTT, Maurice ||align=right|11,993
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BINDER, Harry ||align=right|4,868
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KLEIN, Abraham M. ||align=right|3,238
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HEBERT, Maurice-S. ||align=right|2,636

By-election: On Mr. Hartt's death, 15 March 1950

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CRESTOHL, Leon David ||align=right|9,701
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BINDER, Harry ||align=right|3,913
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HEBERT, Maurice-S. ||align=right|2,833
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KAPLANSKY, Kalmen ||align=right| 1,473

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CRESTOHL, Leon David ||align=right|12,493
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BRZEZINSKI, Tadeusz ||align=right|1,068
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ROCHON, Hector ||align=right|980
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BINDER, Harry ||align=right|896
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HOTTE, Marcel ||align=right|616
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MILLER, Moses ||align=right|193

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CRESTOHL, Leon David ||align=right|11,955
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LATTIK, Aldo ||align=right| 1,909
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KOLOMEIR, Samuel ||align=right|1,618
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WOZNIAK, Michael ||align=right|677
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MILLER, Moses Zalman ||align=right|236

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CRESTOHL, Leon David ||align=right|7,097
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BROCK, Hyman Bernard ||align=right|6,850
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KOLOMEIR, Samuel ||align=right|1,528
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WOZNIAK, Michael ||align=right|713

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CRESTOHL, Leon David ||align=right|6,464
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BARDEN, Charles S. ||align=right|3,582
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MILLER, William I. ||align=right|1,871
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MELANCON, Sylvio-Fernando ||align=right|1,201

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KLEIN, Milton L. ||align=right|6,642
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BARDEN, Charles S. ||align=right|2,788
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BINETTE, Georges ||align=right|2,162
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MILLER, William I. ||align=right|1,918

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KLEIN, Milton L.||align=right|5,389
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PYTEL, Andrew Henry ||align=right|2,209
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KAMBITES, John ||align=right|1,903
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LEDOUX, Gérard ||align=right| 1,141

See also

* List of Canadian federal electoral districts
* Past Canadian electoral districts

External links

* [http://www.parl.gc.ca/information/about/process/house/hfer/hfer.asp?Language=E&Search=Det&Include=Y&rid=125 Riding history from the] Library of Parliament


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