Ontario election 2014: Mississauga-Brampton South riding
On June 12, voters head to the polls in the 2014 Ontario election. Learn more about the candidates and political history of the riding of Mississauga-Brampton South.
Liberals: Amrit Mangat*
Progressive Conservatives: Amarjeet Gill
NDP: Kevin Troake
Green: Kathy Acheson
The only part of this riding in Brampton is a few blocks between McLaughlin Road and Kennedy Road. The rest is Mississauga, mostly between Highway 407 and the 401, stopping at Mississauga Road in the north and Mavis Road in the south.
Amrit Mangat has held this riding for the Liberals since it was created before the 2007 election. Prior to that, the riding was part of four different electoral districts, which had elected both PC and Liberal MPPs.
In 2011, this riding had the lowest voter turnout of any Ontario riding.
By the numbers
An incredibly diverse riding, 14 different languages are represented by more than 3,000 people in this riding, according to how they identified their mother tongue in the 2011 census. Just 10.6 per cent of people identified as third-generation Canadians, the lowest number in any of the Mississauga or Brampton ridings.View link »
Riding in a tweet
All of the Mississauga ridings will be a battleground for the Liberals to hold onto this election, and this one is no different.Poll-level results, 2011: Mississauga-Brampton South »
Poll-level results, 2011: Mississauga-Brampton South
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