Ontario election 2014: Trinity-Spadina 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 Trinity-Spadina.
Liberals: Han Dong
Progressive Conservatives: Roberta Scott
NDP: Rosario Marchese*
Green: Tim Grant
The Toronto riding with the CNE, CN Tower, and Union Centre, Trinity-Spadina goes as far north as Dupont. It’s bordered by Dufferin Street, Dovercourt Road and Ossington Avenue to the west, and Avenue Road/Queen’s Park Circle and Yonge Street to the east.
NDP MPP Rosario Marchese was first elected in 1990 in the defunct riding of Fort York. In 2011, he defeated Toronto mayoral candidate Sarah Thomson by just over 1,000 votes. Trinity-Spadina is one of two Toronto ridings (along with Scarborough-Agincourt) that is in the midst of three election campaigns, with candidates running for office in municipal, provincial and federal elections.View link »
By the numbers
Very few kids in this riding – 91.5% of people were over 15 in the 2011 census, the highest number in Ontario. 53.7% of people have never married, the highest number in Ontario by far.View link »
Riding in a tweet
Marchese has held this seat for the NDP for years, however if the results of the last general election are any indication, the Liberals will be pushing hard to take the riding.Poll-level results, 2011: Trinity-Spadina »
Poll-level results, 2011: Trinity-Spadina
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