May 27, 2014 3:47 pm
Updated: June 12, 2014 7:33 pm

Ontario election 2014: Brampton-Springdale riding


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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 Brampton-Springdale.


Liberals: Harinder Malhi
Progressive Conservatives: Pam Hundal
NDP: Gurpreet Dhillon
Green:  Laila Zarrabi Yan


Screen shot 2014-05-09 at 4.16.31 AM The central of Brampton’s three ridings, Brampton-Springdale comprises the neighbourhoods on either side of the 410 highway, expanding slightly in north Brampton.

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Before resigning two months ago to run for Mayor of Brampton, Liberal Linda Jeffrey had held the riding since 2003, when it was known as Brampton Centre. Prior to that, Progressive Conservative Joe Spina was MPP for eight years.

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By the numbers

Like the other two Brampton ridings, this district is young (a median age of 34.3, second-youngest in the province), full of large families (an average household size of 3.5, tied for second-argest), and has a large Punjabi-speaking population (the mother tongue of 17.49% residents in 2011).

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Riding in a tweet

One of the few districts with no incumbent running, Brampton-Springdale looks to be a true tossup riding between the Liberals and the PCs.

Poll-level results, 2011: Brampton-Springdale »

Poll-level results, 2011: Brampton-Springdale

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