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York—Simcoe

For the provincial electoral district, see York—Simcoe (provincial electoral district).

York—Simcoe is a federal electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the House of Commons of Canada from 1968 to 1979, from 1988 to 1997 and since 2004.

York—Simcoe
Ontario electoral district
York—Simcoe in relation to Southern Ontario ridings
Federal electoral district
LegislatureHouse of Commons
MP

Scot Davidson
Conservative
District created1966
First contested1968
Last contested2019
District webpageprofile, map
Demographics
Population (2011)94,616
Electors (2015)74,911
Area (km²)844
Pop. density (per km²)112.1
Census division(s)York Region, Simcoe County
Census subdivision(s)Bradford West Gwillimbury, Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation, East Gwillimbury, Georgina, King

It covers part of the region north of Toronto by Lake Simcoe.

It has existed on three separate occasions. Its first incarnation was created in 1966 from parts of Dufferin—Simcoe and York North. It existed until 1976 when it was split between York North, Simcoe South, and York—Peel.

It was reformed in 1987 from parts of Simcoe South, York—Peel, Victoria—Haliburton, and Wellington—Dufferin—Simcoe. It was again broken up in 1996 with a split between Barrie—Simcoe, Simcoe—Grey, and York North.

Its current incarnation came into being in 2003 made up of parts of Simcoe—Grey, York North, and Barrie—Simcoe—Bradford.

Its previous Member of Parliament was Peter Van Loan, the former Government House Leader. A by-election took place on February 25, 2019.

Contents

The riding consists of:

(a) that part of the Regional Municipality of York comprising

(i) the town of Georgina; and
(ii) the Town of East Gwillimbury, excepting that part lying southerly of Green Lane West and Green Lane East and westerly of Highway No. 404;
(iii) that part of the Township of King lying north of Highway No. 9 and Davis Drive West;

(b) Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation Indian Reserve; and

(c) that part of the County of Simcoe comprising the towns of Bradford West Gwillimbury.

Riding associations are the local branches of the national political parties:

Party Association Name CEO HQ Address HQ City
Christian Heritage Party of Canada York—Simcoe CHP Vicki Gunn 6 Morton Avenue Sharon
Conservative Party of Canada York—Simcoe Conservative Association Kenneth H. Simpson RR1 1733 2nd Line Churchill
Liberal Party of Canada York—Simcoe Federal Liberal Association Monika Dogra 20822 Hwy 48, Mount Albert East Gwillimbury
New Democratic Party York—Simcoe Federal NDP Riding Association Jessa McLean PO Box 1255 Sutton
Green
People's Party of Canada Barrie-Simcoe PPC Association Stephen Makk PO Box 543 Victoria Harbour
Progressive Canadian York—Simcoe PC Party Association Ronald Anderson 730 Davis Drive, Suite 200 Newmarket

It was originally created in 1966 from parts of Dufferin—Simcoe and York North ridings. It consisted of:

  • in the County of Simcoe, the townships of West Gwillimbury, Innisfil and Tecumseth excluding the City of Barrie and the Town of Alliston;
  • the Village of Cookstown; and
  • in the County of York, the Police Village of Maple, the Village of Stouffville, the Townships of East Gwillimbury, King, Whitchurch and the northern part of the Township of Vaughan lying north of a line drawn from Highway 11 west along Concession 1, south along the road between Concessions 1 and 2, west along County Suburban Road 25, south, west and north along the limit of the Police Village of Maple, west along County Suburban Road 25 to the township boundary.

The electoral district was abolished in 1976 when it was redistributed between Simcoe South, York North and York—Peel ridings.

It was recreated in 1987 from parts of Simcoe South, Victoria—Haliburton, Wellington—Dufferin—Simcoe and York—Peel ridings. The second incarnation of the riding consisted of:

  • in the County of Simcoe; the Town of Bradford, the villages of Beeton and Tottenham, and the townships of Adjala, Tecumseth and West Gwillimbury;
  • in the Regional Municipality of York: the towns of East Gwillimbury and Newmarket, Georgina Island Indian Reserve No. 33, the Township of Georgina, and the northern part of the Township of King.

The electoral district was abolished in 1996 when it was redistributed between Barrie—Simcoe, Simcoe—Grey and York North ridings.

It was recreated a second time in 2003 from parts of Barrie—Simcoe—Bradford, Simcoe—Grey and York North ridings with the current boundaries as described above.

This riding lost territory to Barrie—Innisfil and Newmarket—Aurora during the 2012 electoral redistribution.

A by-election in the riding took place on February 25, 2019, to replace Peter Van Loan, who retired. The by-election was won by another Conservative, Scot Davidson.

This riding has elected the following Members of Parliament:

Parliament Years Member Party
York—Simcoe
Riding created from Dufferin—Simcoe and York North
28th 1968–1972 John Roberts Liberal
29th 1972–1974 Sinclair Stevens Progressive Conservative
30th 1974–1979
Riding dissolved into Simcoe South, York North,
York—Peel and Wellington—Dufferin—Simcoe
Riding re-created from Simcoe South, Victoria—Haliburton,
Wellington—Dufferin—Simcoe and York—Peel
34th 1988–1993 John Cole Progressive Conservative
35th 1993–1997 Karen Kraft Sloan Liberal
Riding dissolved into Barrie—Simcoe, Simcoe—Grey and York North
Riding re-created from Barrie—Simcoe—Bradford, Simcoe—Grey and York North
38th 2004–2006 Peter Van Loan Conservative
39th 2006–2008
40th 2008–2011
41st 2011–2015
42nd 2015–2018
2019–2019 Scot Davidson
43rd 2019–2021
44th 2021–present

2004–present

Graph of election results in York—Simcoe (minor parties that never got 2% of the vote or didn't run consistently are omitted)
2021 Canadian federal election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Scot Davidson 24,900 50.0 +3.7
Liberal Daniella Johnson 14,469 29.0 +2.2
New Democratic Benjamin Jenkins 6,800 13.6 -0.6
People's Michael Lotter 3,662 7.3 +5.7
Total valid votes 49,831
Total rejected ballots 466
Turnout 50,297 53.74
Eligible voters 93,596
Source: Elections Canada
2019 Canadian federal election
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Conservative Scot Davidson 24,918 46.3 7.61 $56,801.81
Liberal Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux 14,407 26.8 2.24 none listed
New Democratic Jessa McLean 7,620 14.2 6.69 none listed
Green Jonathan Arnold 4,650 8.6 5.58 $6,288.49
Libertarian Keith Komar 1,311 2.4 1.83 none listed
People's Michael Lotter 875 1.6 0.30 $223.47
Total valid votes/expense limit 53,781 100.0
Total rejected ballots 497
Turnout 54,278 60.7
Eligible voters 89,360
Conservative hold Swing 2.68
Source: Elections Canada
Canadian federal by-election, February 25, 2019
Resignation of Peter Van Loan
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Scot Davidson 8,929 53.91 3.66
Liberal Shaun Tanaka 4,811 29.04 8.72
New Democratic Jessa McLean 1,244 7.51 1.38
Progressive Canadian Dorian Baxter 634 3.83 --
Green Mathew Lund 451 2.72 0.37
People's Robert Geurts 314 1.90 --
Libertarian Keith Dean Komar 95 0.57 --
Independent John The Engineer Turmel 64 0.39 --
National Citizens Alliance Adam Suhr 22 0.13 --
Total valid votes/Expense limit 16,564 99.43
Total rejected ballots 95 0.57 +0.09
Turnout 16,659 20.03 -43.23
Eligible voters 83,179
Conservative hold Swing +6.19
Source: Elections Canada
2015 Canadian federal election
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Conservative Peter Van Loan 24,058 50.25 13.42 $138,801.13
Liberal Shaun Tanaka 18,083 37.77 26.43 $62,296.23
New Democratic Sylvia Gerl 4,255 8.89 9.69 $12,736.48
Green Mark Viitala 1,483 3.1 2.26
Total valid votes/Expense limit 47,879 100.0 $208,120.39
Total rejected ballots 232 0.48 0.08
Turnout 48,111 63.66 5.06
Eligible voters 75,570
Source: Elections Canada
2011 federal election redistributed results
Party Vote %
Conservative 24,624 63.67
New Democratic 7,187 18.58
Liberal 4,385 11.34
Green 2,073 5.36
Others 408 1.05
2011 Canadian federal election
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Conservative Peter Van Loan 33,614 63.6 +6.9
New Democratic Sylvia Gerl 10,190 19.3 +7.1
Liberal Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux 5,702 10.8 -7.9
Green John Dewar 2,851 5.4 -4.7
Christian Heritage Vicki Gunn 352 0.7 -0.2
United Paul Pisani 157 0.3
Total valid votes/Expense limit 52,866 100.0
Total rejected ballots 201 0.4
Turnout 53,067 58.6
Eligible voters 90,552
2008 Canadian federal election
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Conservative Peter Van Loan 27,412 56.7 +8.8 $89,302
Liberal Judith Moses 9,044 18.7 -12.0 $63,431
New Democratic Sylvia Gerl 5,882 12.2 -1.1 $7,414
Green John Dewar 4,887 10.1 +3.2 $10,646
Progressive Canadian Paul Pisani 676 1.4 $5,640
Christian Heritage Vicki Gunn 444 0.9 -0.2 $7,287
Total valid votes/Expense limit 48,345 100.0 $89,500
2006 Canadian federal election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Peter Van Loan 25,685 47.9 +2.7
Liberal Kate Wilson 16,456 30.7 -4.8
New Democratic Sylvia Gerl 7,139 13.3 +2.1
Green John Dewar 3,719 6.9 +1.5
Christian Heritage Vicki Gunn 595 1.1 -0.1
Total valid votes 53,594 100.0
2004 Canadian federal election
Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Peter Van Loan 21,343 45.2
Liberal Kate Wilson 16,763 35.5
New Democratic Sylvia Gerl 5,314 11.2
Green Bob Burrows 2,576 5.5
Progressive Canadian Stephen Sircelj 670 1.4
Christian Heritage Vicki Gunn 588 1.2
Total valid votes 47,254 100.0

1988–1997

1993 Canadian federal election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Karen Kraft Sloan 26,972 38.9 +3.8
Reform Paul Pivato 22,325 32.2
Progressive Conservative John E. Cole 16,139 23.3 -23.9
New Democratic Steve Pliakes 1,768 2.5 -10.7
Christian Heritage Ian Knight 958 1.4 -2.5
National Ronald Fletcher 673 1.0
Natural Law Ian Roberts 416 0.6
Abolitionist Gary George Brewer 95 0.1
Total valid votes 69,346 100.0
1988 Canadian federal election
Party Candidate Votes %
Progressive Conservative John E. Cole 26,732 47.2
Liberal Frank Stronach 19,906 35.1
New Democratic Judy Darcy 7,489 13.2
Christian Heritage Klass Stel 2,203 3.9
Libertarian Maureen E. McAleese 335 0.6
Total valid votes 56,665 100.0

1968–1979

1974 Canadian federal election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Conservative Sinclair Stevens 23,591 47.0 +1.3
Liberal Mike Willinsky 18,927 37.7 -0.5
New Democratic Wally Gustar 7,630 15.2 -0.8
Total valid votes 50,148 100.0
1972 Canadian federal election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Conservative Sinclair Stevens 22,957 45.7 +8.4
Liberal John Roberts 19,178 38.2 -7.1
New Democratic Wally Gustar 8,046 16.0 -1.3
Total valid votes 50,181 100.0
1968 Canadian federal election
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal John Roberts 15,906 45.3
Progressive Conservative Wallace McCutcheon 13,100 37.3
New Democratic Don McFadyen 6,095 17.4
Total valid votes 35,101 100.0

Notes

  1. Statistics Canada: 2012
  2. Statistics Canada: 2012
  3. Zangouei, Aileen. "York-Simcoe byelection scheduled for Feb. 25". Georgina Advocate. Metroland News. RetrievedJanuary 16, 2019.
  4. "York-Simcoe". Elections Canada. RetrievedJanuary 9, 2019.
  5. Ballingall, Alex (January 9, 2019). "Trudeau calls byelections for Burnaby South, York—Simcoe and Outremont for Feb. 25". The Toronto Star. RetrievedSeptember 1, 2019.
  6. "Official Voting Results". Elections Canada. RetrievedOctober 3, 2021.
  7. "Election Night Results". Elections Canada. RetrievedNovember 17, 2019.
  8. "February 25, 2019 By-elections Election Results". Elections Canada. February 28, 2019. RetrievedMarch 17, 2019.
  9. Elections Canada – Confirmed candidates for York—Simcoe, 30 September 2015
  10. Elections Canada – Preliminary Election Expenses Limits for Candidates
  11. Pundits' Guide to Canadian Elections

Coordinates:44°14′24″N79°32′29″W /44.2400°N 79.5415°W /44.2400; -79.5415

York—Simcoe
York Simcoe Language Watch Edit 160 160 Redirected from York Simcoe For the provincial electoral district see York Simcoe provincial electoral district York Simcoe is a federal electoral district in Ontario Canada that has been represented in the House of Commons of Canada from 1968 to 1979 from 1988 to 1997 and since 2004 York SimcoeOntario electoral districtYork Simcoe in relation to Southern Ontario ridingsFederal electoral districtLegislatureHouse of CommonsMP Scot Davidson ConservativeDistrict created1966First contested1968Last contested2019District webpageprofile mapDemographicsPopulation 2011 1 94 616Electors 2015 74 911Area km 2 844Pop density per km 112 1Census division s York Region Simcoe CountyCensus subdivision s Bradford West Gwillimbury Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation East Gwillimbury Georgina King It covers part of the region north of Toronto by Lake Simcoe It has existed on three separate occasions Its first incarnation was created in 1966 from parts of Dufferin Simcoe and York North It existed until 1976 when it was split between York North Simcoe South and York Peel It was reformed in 1987 from parts of Simcoe South York Peel Victoria Haliburton and Wellington Dufferin Simcoe It was again broken up in 1996 with a split between Barrie Simcoe Simcoe Grey and York North Its current incarnation came into being in 2003 made up of parts of Simcoe Grey York North and Barrie Simcoe Bradford Its previous Member of Parliament was Peter Van Loan the former Government House Leader A by election took place on February 25 2019 3 Contents 1 Boundaries 2 Riding associations 3 History 4 Members of Parliament 5 Election results 5 1 2004 present 5 2 1988 1997 5 3 1968 1979 6 See also 7 References 7 1 NotesBoundaries EditThe riding consists of a that part of the Regional Municipality of York comprising i the town of Georgina and ii the Town of East Gwillimbury excepting that part lying southerly of Green Lane West and Green Lane East and westerly of Highway No 404 iii that part of the Township of King lying north of Highway No 9 and Davis Drive West b Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation Indian Reserve and c that part of the County of Simcoe comprising the towns of Bradford West Gwillimbury 4 Riding associations EditRiding associations are the local branches of the national political parties Party Association Name CEO HQ Address HQ City Christian Heritage Party of Canada York Simcoe CHP Vicki Gunn 6 Morton Avenue Sharon Conservative Party of Canada York Simcoe Conservative Association Kenneth H Simpson RR1 1733 2nd Line Churchill Liberal Party of Canada York Simcoe Federal Liberal Association Monika Dogra 20822 Hwy 48 Mount Albert East Gwillimbury New Democratic Party York Simcoe Federal NDP Riding Association Jessa McLean PO Box 1255 SuttonGreen People s Party of Canada Barrie Simcoe PPC Association Stephen Makk PO Box 543 Victoria HarbourProgressive Canadian York Simcoe PC Party Association Ronald Anderson 730 Davis Drive Suite 200 NewmarketHistory EditIt was originally created in 1966 from parts of Dufferin Simcoe and York North ridings It consisted of in the County of Simcoe the townships of West Gwillimbury Innisfil and Tecumseth excluding the City of Barrie and the Town of Alliston the Village of Cookstown and in the County of York the Police Village of Maple the Village of Stouffville the Townships of East Gwillimbury King Whitchurch and the northern part of the Township of Vaughan lying north of a line drawn from Highway 11 west along Concession 1 south along the road between Concessions 1 and 2 west along County Suburban Road 25 south west and north along the limit of the Police Village of Maple west along County Suburban Road 25 to the township boundary The electoral district was abolished in 1976 when it was redistributed between Simcoe South York North and York Peel ridings It was recreated in 1987 from parts of Simcoe South Victoria Haliburton Wellington Dufferin Simcoe and York Peel ridings The second incarnation of the riding consisted of in the County of Simcoe the Town of Bradford the villages of Beeton and Tottenham and the townships of Adjala Tecumseth and West Gwillimbury in the Regional Municipality of York the towns of East Gwillimbury and Newmarket Georgina Island Indian Reserve No 33 the Township of Georgina and the northern part of the Township of King The electoral district was abolished in 1996 when it was redistributed between Barrie Simcoe Simcoe Grey and York North ridings It was recreated a second time in 2003 from parts of Barrie Simcoe Bradford Simcoe Grey and York North ridings with the current boundaries as described above This riding lost territory to Barrie Innisfil and Newmarket Aurora during the 2012 electoral redistribution A by election in the riding took place on February 25 2019 to replace Peter Van Loan who retired 5 The by election was won by another Conservative Scot Davidson Members of Parliament EditThis riding has elected the following Members of Parliament Parliament Years Member PartyYork Simcoe Riding created from Dufferin Simcoe and York North28th 1968 1972 John Roberts Liberal29th 1972 1974 Sinclair Stevens Progressive Conservative30th 1974 1979Riding dissolved into Simcoe South York North York Peel and Wellington Dufferin SimcoeRiding re created from Simcoe South Victoria Haliburton Wellington Dufferin Simcoe and York Peel34th 1988 1993 John Cole Progressive Conservative35th 1993 1997 Karen Kraft Sloan LiberalRiding dissolved into Barrie Simcoe Simcoe Grey and York NorthRiding re created from Barrie Simcoe Bradford Simcoe Grey and York North38th 2004 2006 Peter Van Loan Conservative39th 2006 200840th 2008 201141st 2011 201542nd 2015 2018 2019 2019 Scot Davidson43rd 2019 202144th 2021 presentElection results Edit2004 present Edit Graph of election results in York Simcoe minor parties that never got 2 of the vote or didn t run consistently are omitted 2021 Canadian federal electionParty Candidate Votes Conservative Scot Davidson 24 900 50 0 3 7Liberal Daniella Johnson 14 469 29 0 2 2New Democratic Benjamin Jenkins 6 800 13 6 0 6People s Michael Lotter 3 662 7 3 5 7Total valid votes 49 831Total rejected ballots 466Turnout 50 297 53 74Eligible voters 93 596Source Elections Canada 6 vte2019 Canadian federal electionParty Candidate Votes ExpendituresConservative Scot Davidson 24 918 46 3 7 61 56 801 81Liberal Cynthia Wesley Esquimaux 14 407 26 8 2 24 none listedNew Democratic Jessa McLean 7 620 14 2 6 69 none listedGreen Jonathan Arnold 4 650 8 6 5 58 6 288 49Libertarian Keith Komar 1 311 2 4 1 83 none listedPeople s Michael Lotter 875 1 6 0 30 223 47Total valid votes expense limit 53 781 100 0Total rejected ballots 497Turnout 54 278 60 7Eligible voters 89 360Conservative hold Swing 2 68Source Elections Canada 7 See also 2019 York Simcoe federal by election Canadian federal by election February 25 2019 Resignation of Peter Van LoanParty Candidate Votes Conservative Scot Davidson 8 929 53 91 3 66Liberal Shaun Tanaka 4 811 29 04 8 72New Democratic Jessa McLean 1 244 7 51 1 38Progressive Canadian Dorian Baxter 634 3 83 Green Mathew Lund 451 2 72 0 37People s Robert Geurts 314 1 90 Libertarian Keith Dean Komar 95 0 57 Independent John The Engineer Turmel 64 0 39 National Citizens Alliance Adam Suhr 22 0 13 Total valid votes Expense limit 16 564 99 43Total rejected ballots 95 0 57 0 09Turnout 16 659 20 03 43 23Eligible voters 83 179Conservative hold Swing 6 19Source Elections Canada 8 2015 Canadian federal electionParty Candidate Votes ExpendituresConservative Peter Van Loan 24 058 50 25 13 42 138 801 13Liberal Shaun Tanaka 18 083 37 77 26 43 62 296 23New Democratic Sylvia Gerl 4 255 8 89 9 69 12 736 48Green Mark Viitala 1 483 3 1 2 26 Total valid votes Expense limit 47 879 100 0 208 120 39Total rejected ballots 232 0 48 0 08Turnout 48 111 63 66 5 06Eligible voters 75 570Source Elections Canada 9 10 2011 federal election redistributed results 11 Party Vote Conservative 24 624 63 67 New Democratic 7 187 18 58 Liberal 4 385 11 34 Green 2 073 5 36 Others 408 1 052011 Canadian federal electionParty Candidate Votes ExpendituresConservative Peter Van Loan 33 614 63 6 6 9New Democratic Sylvia Gerl 10 190 19 3 7 1Liberal Cynthia Wesley Esquimaux 5 702 10 8 7 9Green John Dewar 2 851 5 4 4 7Christian Heritage Vicki Gunn 352 0 7 0 2United Paul Pisani 157 0 3 Total valid votes Expense limit 52 866 100 0Total rejected ballots 201 0 4 Turnout 53 067 58 6 Eligible voters 90 552 2008 Canadian federal electionParty Candidate Votes ExpendituresConservative Peter Van Loan 27 412 56 7 8 8 89 302Liberal Judith Moses 9 044 18 7 12 0 63 431New Democratic Sylvia Gerl 5 882 12 2 1 1 7 414Green John Dewar 4 887 10 1 3 2 10 646Progressive Canadian Paul Pisani 676 1 4 5 640Christian Heritage Vicki Gunn 444 0 9 0 2 7 287Total valid votes Expense limit 48 345 100 0 89 5002006 Canadian federal electionParty Candidate Votes Conservative Peter Van Loan 25 685 47 9 2 7Liberal Kate Wilson 16 456 30 7 4 8New Democratic Sylvia Gerl 7 139 13 3 2 1Green John Dewar 3 719 6 9 1 5Christian Heritage Vicki Gunn 595 1 1 0 1Total valid votes 53 594 100 02004 Canadian federal electionParty Candidate Votes Conservative Peter Van Loan 21 343 45 2Liberal Kate Wilson 16 763 35 5New Democratic Sylvia Gerl 5 314 11 2Green Bob Burrows 2 576 5 5Progressive Canadian Stephen Sircelj 670 1 4Christian Heritage Vicki Gunn 588 1 2Total valid votes 47 254 100 01988 1997 Edit 1993 Canadian federal electionParty Candidate Votes Liberal Karen Kraft Sloan 26 972 38 9 3 8Reform Paul Pivato 22 325 32 2Progressive Conservative John E Cole 16 139 23 3 23 9New Democratic Steve Pliakes 1 768 2 5 10 7Christian Heritage Ian Knight 958 1 4 2 5National Ronald Fletcher 673 1 0Natural Law Ian Roberts 416 0 6Abolitionist Gary George Brewer 95 0 1Total valid votes 69 346 100 01988 Canadian federal electionParty Candidate Votes Progressive Conservative John E Cole 26 732 47 2Liberal Frank Stronach 19 906 35 1New Democratic Judy Darcy 7 489 13 2Christian Heritage Klass Stel 2 203 3 9Libertarian Maureen E McAleese 335 0 6Total valid votes 56 665 100 01968 1979 Edit 1974 Canadian federal electionParty Candidate Votes Progressive Conservative Sinclair Stevens 23 591 47 0 1 3Liberal Mike Willinsky 18 927 37 7 0 5New Democratic Wally Gustar 7 630 15 2 0 8Total valid votes 50 148 100 01972 Canadian federal electionParty Candidate Votes Progressive Conservative Sinclair Stevens 22 957 45 7 8 4Liberal John Roberts 19 178 38 2 7 1New Democratic Wally Gustar 8 046 16 0 1 3Total valid votes 50 181 100 01968 Canadian federal electionParty Candidate Votes Liberal John Roberts 15 906 45 3Progressive Conservative Wallace McCutcheon 13 100 37 3New Democratic Don McFadyen 6 095 17 4Total valid votes 35 101 100 0See also EditList of Canadian federal electoral districts Past Canadian electoral districtsReferences Edit Code 35104 Census Profile 2011 census Statistics Canada 2012 Retrieved March 3 2011 1966 1979 Riding history from the Library of Parliament 1988 1997 Riding history from the Library of Parliament 2004 present Riding history from the Library of Parliament 2011 results from Elections Canada Campaign expense data from Elections CanadaNotes Edit Statistics Canada 2012 Statistics Canada 2012 Zangouei Aileen York Simcoe byelection scheduled for Feb 25 Georgina Advocate Metroland News Retrieved January 16 2019 York Simcoe Elections Canada Retrieved January 9 2019 Ballingall Alex January 9 2019 Trudeau calls byelections for Burnaby South York Simcoe and Outremont for Feb 25 The Toronto Star Retrieved September 1 2019 Official Voting Results Elections Canada Retrieved October 3 2021 Election Night Results Elections Canada Retrieved November 17 2019 February 25 2019 By elections Election Results Elections Canada February 28 2019 Retrieved March 17 2019 Elections Canada Confirmed candidates for York Simcoe 30 September 2015 Elections Canada Preliminary Election Expenses Limits for 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