Simcoe East


Simcoe East

Simcoe East was a federal electoral district in the province of Ontario, Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1882 to 1968. This riding was created in 1882 from parts of Muskoka riding.

The "East Riding of the county of Simcoe" initially consisted of the townships of Tay, Medonte, Oro, Orillia, Matchedash, Muskoka, Wood, Medora, Monck and Tiny, the villages of Gravenhurst and Midland, and the towns of Orillia and Penetanguishene.

In 1903, it was redefined to consist of the townships of Matchedash, Medonte, Orillia North, Orillia South, Tay and Tiny, and the towns of Midland, Orillia and Penetanguishene. In 1914, it was redefined to include the villages of Coldwater and Victoria Harbour.

In 1924, it was redefined to consist of that part of the county of Simcoe lying north of (and including) the township of Tiny, the township of Medonte and the township of Orillia South.

The electoral district was abolished in 1966 when it was redistributed between Grey—Simcoe, Parry Sound—Muskoka and Simcoe North ridings.

Electoral history

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Liberal
COOK, Herman H.
align="right"| 1,468
Unknown
QUINN, James
align="right"| 1,330

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Liberal
COOK, H.H.
align="right"| 2,482
Unknown
QUINN, James
align="right"| 2,408

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Liberal
SPOHN, P.H.
align="right"|2,850
Conservative
BENNETT, W.H.
align="right"|2,643

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Conservative
BENNETT, William Humphrey
align="right"| acclaimed

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Conservative
BENNETT, William H.
align="right"|2,775
Liberal
COOK, H.H.
align="right"| 2,539
Patrons of Industry
ANDERSON, D.C.
align="right"|1,197

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Conservative
BENNETT, W.H.
align="right"| 3,236
Liberal
COOK, H.H.
align="right"| 3,111

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Conservative
BENNETT, W.H.
align="right"| 3,486
Liberal
CHEW, Geo.
align="right"| 3,447

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Conservative
BENNETT, William Humphrey
align="right"| 3,116
Liberal
GUNN, Ronald David
align="right"| 2,743

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Liberal
CHEW, Manley
align="right"| 3,417
Conservative
BENNETT, William Humphrey
align="right"| 3,153

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Conservative
BENNETT, William Humphrey
align="right"| 3,315
Liberal
CHEW, Thomas Edward Manley
align="right"|2,849

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Government
TUDHOPE, James Brockett
align="right"|6,669
Opposition
CHEW, Manley
align="right"| 3,076

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Liberal
CHEW, Manley
align="right"| 7,414
Conservative
RAIKES, Richard
align="right"| 4,810
Progressive
SWINDLE, Thomas Foster
align="right"|3,414

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Conservative
THOMPSON, Alfred Burke
align="right"| 7,658
Liberal
CHEW, Manley
align="right"| 6,929

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Conservative
THOMPSON, Alfred Burke
align="right"| 7,994
Liberal
GRANT, Fred W.
align="right"| 7,669

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Conservative
THOMPSON, Alfred Burke
align="right"| 7,974
Liberal
MCLEAN, George A.
align="right"| 7,629

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Liberal
MCLEAN, George Alexander
align="right"| 8,219
Conservative
DRINKWATER, John S.
align="right"| 5,529
Reconstruction
CRAMP, Wilbur Merton
align="right"| 1,222
Co-operative Commonwealth
TISSINGTON, Frank
align="right"| 1,191
Independent
MACNAB, Donald Athenies
align="right"| 123

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Liberal
MCLEAN, George A.
align="right"| 8,470
National Government
SMITH, Oliver Hereford
align="right"| 7,024

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Liberal
ROBINSON, William Alfred
align="right"|8,508
Progressive Conservative
LEATHERBY, Lloyd Averall
align="right"| 6,978
Co-operative Commonwealth
SMITH, William Douglas
align="right"| 2,109

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Liberal
ROBINSON, William Alfred
align="right"|10,030
Progressive Conservative
WOOD, John Elmer
align="right"|7,976
Co-operative Commonwealth
SKELTON, John Edward
align="right"| 2,095
Union of Electors
MARCHILDON, Marguerite
align="right"| 404

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Liberal
ROBINSON, William Alfred
align="right"| 9,099
Progressive Conservative
RYNARD, Philip Bernard
align="right"| 8,944
Co-operative Commonwealth
LOVELACE, John Wilson
align="right"|1,310
Social Credit
PINKNEY, Carl Clark
align="right"|533

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Progressive Conservative
RYNARD, Philip Bernard
align="right"| 12,497
Liberal
ROBINSON, William Alfred
align="right"| 8,193
Co-operative Commonwealth
WINCHESTER, William Arthur
align="right"| 1,395
Independent
PARKER, Charles
align="right"|726

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Progressive Conservative
RYNARD, P.B.
align="right"| 15,149
Liberal
MACISAAC, John R.
align="right"| 7,403
Co-operative Commonwealth
WINCHESTER, William A.
align="right"|1,423

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Progressive Conservative
RYNARD, P.B.
align="right"| 12,835
Liberal
MACISAAC, John R.
align="right"| 8,688
New Democratic Party
RUGGLES, Ray A.
align="right"| 2,346
Social Credit
STANN, A.J.
align="right"|423

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Progressive Conservative
RYNARD, Philip Bernard
align="right"| 12,662
Liberal
GIGNAC, Jerome J.
align="right"| 9,324
New Democratic Party
RINTOUL, C. Perrie
align="right"|2,031
Social Credit
PINKNEY, Bob
align="right"| 1,054

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Progressive Conservative
RYNARD, Philip Bernard
align="right"|11,648
Liberal
MORDEN, Wilson
align="right"|9,281
New Democratic Party
RINTOUL, C. Perrie
align="right"|3,597

See also

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

External links

* Website of the [http://www.parl.gc.ca/ Parliament of Canada]


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