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Canadian Federal ElectionsEdit

2006 federal electionEdit

Elections were held in 308 seats in the 2006 federal election.

New Democratic PartyEdit

???% - ?? ethnic minorities and Aboriginals, ? LGBT Candidates, 34 youth candidates (under 25)

6? African-Canadians -

4? Chinese-Canadians

? East Indian Canadians

1 Tamil-Canadian -

Liberal PartyEdit

???% - ?? ethnic minorities & Aboriginals

5 African-Canadians -

? Chinese Canadians

? East Indian Canadians

Conservative Party of CanadaEdit

???% - ?? ethnic minorities & Aboriginals

0 African-Canadians

1 Bangladeshi Canadian -

? Chinese Canadians

? East Indian Canadians -

1 Filipino Canadian -

1 Japanese-Canadian

1 Tamil Canadian -

Bloc QuebecoisEdit

???% - ?? ethnic minorities & Aboriginals

4 African-Canadians

1 Chinese-Canadian

  • May Chiu - LaSalle-Émard - Finish - 2nd

1 Arab Canadian

Green Party Edit

???% - ?? ethnic minorities & Aboriginals

? Chinese Canadians -

? East Indian Canadians

1 Tamil Canadian

2004 federal electionEdit

Elections were held in 308 seats in the 2006 federal election.

New Democratic PartyEdit

10.7% - 33 Minorities & Aboriginals (Also an additional 14 Gay/Lesbians Candidates, and 2 Differently Abled)

8 Aboriginals Canadians -

9 African-Canadians -

3 Arab-Canadians -

4 Chinese-Canadians -

7 East Indian Canadians -

1 Tamil Canadian -

===Liberals=== 10.7% - 33 Minorities & Aboriginals

10 Aboriginal-Canadians -

4 African-Canadians

3 Chinese-Canadians

13 East Indian Canadians

1 Filipino-Canadian

===Conservatives=== : 10.3% - 32 Minorities & Aboriginals

1 African-Canadian

6 Chinese Canadians

16 East Indian Canadians -

1 Japanese-Canadian

Bloc QuebecoisEdit

===Green Party=== 3.2% - 10 Minorities & Aboriginals

(SOURCES - (1) Toronto Star Article, (2) Elections Canada past election results)

2000 Federal ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 30? seats in the 2000 federal election.

New Democratic PartyEdit

? African Canadians -

LiberalEdit

Progressive ConservativeEdit

Canadian AllianceEdit

Bloc QuebecoisEdit

Provincial ElectionsEdit

NewfoundlandEdit

2003 Provincial ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 48 seats in the Newfoundland and Labrador general election, 2003.

NDPEdit

1 East Indian Canadian -

  • Raj Sharan - President of Newfoundland & Labrador NDP - ST. JOHN'S WEST - FINISH 3rd

Nova ScotiaEdit

2003 Provincial ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 52 seats in the Nova Scotia general election, 2003.

NDPEdit

1 African-Canadian

  • Percy Paris - Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank - FINISH 2nd

PCEdit

1 African-Canadian

1999 Provincial ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 52 seats in the Nova Scotia general election, 1999.

1998 Provincial ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 52 seats in the Nova Scotia general election, 1998.

NDPEdit

LIBERALSEdit

1993 Provincial ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 52 seats in the Nova Scotia general election, 1993.

NDPEdit

1 African-Canadian

1 East Indian Canadian -

  • Ash Shaikh - COLE HARBOUR-EASTERN Passage - 3rd

LIBERALSEdit

1 African Canadian

PCEdit

  • Kevin Umlah? HALIFAX ATLANTIC - 3rd - 2731

New BrunswickEdit

2006 Provincial ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 55 seats in the New Brunswick general election, 2006.

NDPEdit

1 African Canadian -

Progressive ConseravativesEdit

1 African Canadian -

2003 Provincial ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 55 seats in the New Brunswick general election, 2003.

NDPEdit

1 African Canadian -

OntarioEdit

2003 Provincial ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 103 seats in the Ontario general election, 2003.

NDPEdit

- 11? Visible Minority Candidates of 103 Seats

6 African-Canadians

  • Yvette Blackburn - Windsor West - NDP - Finish - 2nd
  • Garth Bobb - York West (Toronto) - Howard Hampton's Executive Assistant - Finish - 2nd
  • Chris Moise - Brampton West—Mississauga - NDP - Finish - 3rd
  • Murphy Browne - Don Valley East (Toronto) - NDP - Finish - 3rd
  • Yvonne Bobb - Willowdale (Toronto) - NDP - Finish - 3rd
  • Cynthia Kazadi - Missisauga West - NDP - Finish - 3rd

4 East Indian Canadians -

1 Filipino-Canadian -

LiberalsEdit

8? Visible Minority Candidates of 103 Seats

3 African-Canadians -

1 Chinese Canadian -

4 East Indian Canadians -

===PC=== 8? Visible Minority Candidates of 103 Seats

2 Chinese Canadians -

  • Yolanda Chan - Scarborough—Agincourt
  • Mila Wong - Sudbury

5 East Indian Canadians -

  • Raminder Gill - Bramalea—Gore—Malton—Springdale 2nd
  • Baljit Gosal - Etobicoke North
  • Sohail Bhatti - Hamilton East 3rd
  • Shakil Hassan - Hamilton Mountain 3rd
  • Nina Tangri - Mississauga West

1 Japanese Canadian -

1999 Provincial ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 103 seats in the Ontario general election, 1999.

Ontario NDPEdit

- ? Blacks

1996 by-election(s)Edit

PCEdit

1 African-Canadian

1995 Provincial ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 130 seats in the Ontario general election, 1995.

NDPEdit

9? Visible Minority Candidates of 130 Seats

2 Arabs

  • Karim Ismaili - NDP - Ottawa West
  • Zenia Wadhwani - NDP - Mississauga East

2 Chinese

  • Christine Fei - NDP - Scarborough—Agincourt
  • Mike Tang - NDP - Markham

3 East Indians

  • Osman Ali - NDP - Etobicoke Humber
  • Dan Shekhar - NDP - Mississauga North
  • Tarek Fatah - NDP - Scarborough North

2 Tamil

  • Janaki Bala-Krishnan - NDP - Don Mills
  • Joseph Thevarkunnel - NDP - York Centre

LiberalsEdit

- 5? Visible Minority Candidates of 130 Seats

1 African Canadian

1 Chinese

2 East Indians

  • Khalid Usman - Markham
  • Bhagat Taggar - Scarborough East

1 Tamil

  • Kris Parthiban - Scarborough—Ellesmere

PCEdit

- 1? Visible Minority Candidates of 130 Seats

1 Japanese Canadian

1993 By-Election(s)Edit

NDPEdit

1 Tamil Canadian -

  • Chandran Mylvaganam - NDP - Don Mills


LiberalEdit

1 East Indian Canadian -

ManitobaEdit

2003 Provincial ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 57 seats in the Manitoba general election, 2003. ===NDP=== 2003 3 Aboriginal Canadians

1 East Indian Canadian

3 Filipino Canadians

LiberalEdit

2 Filipino Canadians -

  • Mario Javier - Minto - 2nd - 685
  • Tony Sanchez - Burrows - 2nd - 1252

2 East Indian Canadians -

  • Sam Bhalesar - Rossmere - 3rd - 362
  • Gerry Sankar (Trinidad) - Ft. Whyte - 3rd - 1803

PCEdit

  • Dan Zahari? - St. Boniface - 3rd - 741

1999 Provincial ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 57 seats in the Manitoba general election, 1999.

NDPEdit

3 Aboriginal Canadians

1 East Indian Canadian

3 Filipino Canadians

LIBERALEdit

  • Malli Aulakh - Ft. Whyte - 3rd - 1202
  • Ajay Chopra - Point Douglas - 2nd - 1336
  • Mohinder Dhillon - St. Norbert - 3rd - 1313
  • Shirley Chaput ? - Southdale - 3rd - 2064
  • Sudhir Sandhu - the Maples - 3rd - 1233

PCEdit

  • George Sandhu - Inkster - 3rd - 1017
  • Maggie Nishimura - Lord Roberts - 2nd - 2678

Independant(s)Edit

  • Philip Ng - Flin Flon - 3rd - 268

1995 Provincial ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 57 seats in the Manitoba general election, 1995.

NDPEdit

3 Aboriginal Canadians

? Filipino Canadians

  • Poy Gomez - member of the Maples Youth Justice Committee - Inkster - 2nd - 2649
  • Conrad Santos - Broadway - 1st - 4748
  • Renald Fiola? - La Verendrye - 3rd - 2452
  • Wilson Ho - Seine River - 3rd - 2163
  • Inderjit Claire - the Maples - 2nd - 2634

LiberalEdit

  • Murray Lee? - Arthur-Virden
  • Fred De Villa? - Broadway - 2nd
  • Ranjit Sarin - Dauphin - 3rd - 996
  • Bob Singh - Springfield - 3rd - 1461

1 Japanese Canadian

PCEdit

1 Filipino Canadian

1 Vietnamese Canadian

  • Ba Van Nguyen - Broadway - 3rd - 1529

1990 Provincial ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 57 seats in the Manitoba general election, 1990.

NDPEdit

3 Aboriginal Canadians

1 Filipino Canadian

  • Ajit Deol - Inkster - 2nd - 2637
  • Peter Sim? - River Heights - 3rd - 1190

LiberalEdit

1 East Indian Canadian

PCEdit

  • Raj Mehta - Inkster - 3rd - 1416

1988 Provincial ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 57 seats in the Manitoba general election, 1988.

NDPEdit

1 Aboriginal Canadian

LIBERALEdit

1 East Indian Canadian

PCEdit

  • Allan Yap - Burrows - 3rd - 129
  • Resty Taruc - Inkster - 3rd - 2151

AlbertaEdit

1997 Provincial ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 83 seats in the Alberta general election, 2004.

NDPEdit

  • Ken Sahil - Calgary-Fort - 4th - 891 - 9.90%
  • Ricardo Acuna - Edmonton-Mill Woods NDP 1,266 12.70%
  • Donna Fong - Edmonton-Riverview NDP 2,261 15.70%
  • Raj Pannu - Edmonton-Strathcona NDP 4,272 31.80%
  • Charan Khehra - Edmonton-Whitemud NDP 1,012 6.50%

LIBERALEdit

  • Amar Singh - Calgary-McCall LIB 2,701 31.00%

PCEdit

  • Moe Amery - Calgary East - 1st - 4,857 - 60.20%
  • Wayne Cao - Calgary-Fort - 1st - 4,410 - 48.80%
  • Shiraz Shariff - Calgary-McCall - PC 5,118 58.90%
  • Hung Pham - Calgary-Montrose PC 4,556 58.70%
  • Gary Mar - Calgary-Nose Creek PC 7,815 64.50%
  • Jasbeer Singh - Edmonton-Ellerslie - 2nd - PC 2,641 26.00%
  • Sukhi Randhawa PC 3,679 28.30%
  • Ziad Jaber PC 2,993 30.00%

Green PartyEdit

  • Myles Kitagawa - Edmonton-Strathcona - 5th - 236 1.80%

British ColumbiaEdit

2005 Provincial ElectionEdit

Elections were held in 79 seats in the British Columbia general election, 2005. ===BC NDP=== - 11? 1 Arab Canadian

2 Chinese Canadians

8 East Indians Canadians

  • Harry Lali - NDP - Yale-Lillooet
  • Taranjit Purewal - NDP - Abbotsford-Mount Lehman
  • Harry Bains - NDP - Surrey-Newton
  • Jagrup Brar - NDP - Surrey-Panorama Ridge
  • Dileep Athaide - NDP - Delta South
  • Gian Sihota - NDP - Richmond East
  • Raj Chouhan - NDP - Burnaby-Edmonds
  • Ravinder Gill - NDP - Vancouver-Fraserview

===BC Liberals=== - 9? 1 African Canadian

4 Chinese Canadians

4 East Indians Canadians

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

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