Who is MP for Saanich?

Who is MP for Saanich?

Saanich—Gulf Islands

British Columbia electoral district
MP Elizabeth May Green
District created 1987
First contested 1988
Last contested 2021

What are the Vancouver ridings?

Current federal electoral districts

  • Vancouver Centre (1914–present)
  • Vancouver East (1933–present)
  • Vancouver Granville (2012–present)
  • Vancouver Kingsway (1952–1987), (1996–present)
  • Vancouver Quadra (1947–present)
  • Vancouver South (1914–1996), (2003–present)

What electoral district is UBC in?

Vancouver Quadra is a federal electoral district in the Metro Vancouver region of British Columbia, Canada. It has been represented in the House of Commons of Canada since 1949….Vancouver Quadra.

British Columbia electoral district
District webpage profile, map
Population (2016) 105,608
Electors (2021) 75,538

Where does Elizabeth may live?

Elizabeth May/Places lived

Why did Elizabeth May Resign?

She resigned on principle from the position in 1988 over permits for construction of a dam granted without environmental assessments, which were later determined to be illegal by a federal court.

Why did Elizabeth May Quit?

How old is Annamie Paul?

49 years (November 3, 1972)
Annamie Paul/Age

How did Saanich North and the islands perform in the 2017 election?

Saanich North and the Islands was the 24th closest race out of 87 ridings, based on winning percentage in 2017. Olsen by 11.4 per cent, making it the second closest Green result that year. This profile will continually be updated to reflect the latest candidate information, interviews and events in the campaign.

What is the history of Saanich North and the islands?

Saanich North and the Islands was created by 1990 legislation dividing the previous two-member district of Saanich and the Islands which came into effect for the 1991 B.C. election . In 2017 Adam Olsen was elected MLA for the Green Party of BC and in 2020 Olsen defeated NDP Zeb King.

Who won BC’s 2017 election?

Olsen finished third in 2013, only 400 votes behind the winner, New Democrat Gary Holman. Fast forward to 2017 as Olsen took the seat by more than 4,000 votes. It was the turn-around part of an historic election for the BC Greens, who won three seats and held the balance of power in the legislature.

When did the BC Liberal Party win the last election?

The BC Liberals won the seat in 1991, 1996, 2001, 2005 and 2009. Then the BC NDP managed to squeak out a victory in 2013 before the Greens took over in 2017.