Federal Election 2015: Oakville riding results

Summary: Conservative MP Terence Young seeks re-election in Oakville, an urban-suburban riding at the edge of the GTA.

Boundaries: The riding of Oakville stretches from Winston Churchill Boulevard in the east to Burloak Drive in the west and everything south of Upper Middle Road, along with the Clearview neighbourhood.

Last Election: Young defeated Liberal candidate Max Khan by 20.9 per cent, his highest margin of victory in three wins.

History: Oakville elected Liberal MP Bonnie Brown from 1993 to 2008 before she was defeated by Conservative Terence Young. Prior to that, the riding was part of the larger Halton riding, which generally alternated between the Progressive Conservatives and Liberals through the years, with no party holding it for more than four elections at a time.

Demographics: Home to a high number of administrative and management jobs, the average salary of $67,032 is the highest in Ontario outside of Toronto.


Conservative: Terence Young, MP since 2008

NDP: Che Marville, health care consultant

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Liberal: John Oliver, former President and CEO of Halton Healthcare Services

Green: David Doel

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