Who is the conservative candidate for Toronto Centre?
Toronto Centre, 2004–present
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How many federal seats are in Toronto?
A total of 25 Members of Parliament (MPs) representing Toronto sit in the House of Commons of Canada in Ottawa (the federal capital), and another 25 Members of Ontario’s Provincial Parliament (MPPs) sit in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario at Queen’s Park, in Toronto.
What riding is Marci Ien?
Marci Ien PC MP (Marr-see Ee-en) (born July 29, 1969) is a Canadian politician serving as the Minister for Women and Gender Equality with the additional responsibilities for Youth affairs and the member of Parliament for the riding of Toronto Centre.
Did Annamie Paul win seat?
In the 2021 Canadian federal election, the Greens under Paul maintained two seats but Paul was defeated for the third time in her riding of Toronto Centre where she placed fourth.
What is a constituency in Canada?
An electoral district in Canada is a geographical constituency upon which Canada’s representative democracy is based. It is officially known in Canadian French as a circonscription but frequently called a comté (county), and is also colloquially and more commonly known as a riding or constituency.
How many federal seats are there in Canada?
This is a list of Canada’s 338 federal electoral districts (commonly referred to as ridings in Canadian English) as defined by the 2013 Representation Order.
What is the population of Ontario 2021?
Ontario’s population reached 14,789,778 on April 1, 2021, with a increase of 34,567 people during the first quarter of 2021.
Which party is in power in Ontario 2021?
The current Premier of Ontario is Progressive Conservative Party leader Doug Ford, as the party leader that won a majority of seats in the 2018 Ontario general election.
Is University of Toronto Conservative?
Campus Conservatives (UTSGCC) (UTCC)
The University of Toronto Campus Conservatives is a conservative student association at the St. George Campus, University of Toronto. The association is officially affiliated with the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario (PCPO) and the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC).