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This was one of the Quebec ridings whose boundaries were re-drawn after the 2011 election.
He came in a very distant second place.
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The Bloc Québécois‘ Simon Quesnel came in fourth.
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Along with the City of Westmount and the borough of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, this riding also includes the town of Montreal West.
Both of the former ridings that now composed this riding, Westmount-Ville Marie and Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—Lachine, elected Liberal members of parliament from 1997-2008.
It is one of four ridings on the west side of Montreal that stayed with the Liberals in 2011, beating the NDP by less than 700 votes.
The Notre-Dame-de-Grâce—Westmount riding is one of the most anglophone and affluent ridings in Quebec.
The average income (as of the 2011 National Household Survey) is $54,309, the highest in Quebec.
English is the first language of 41.5 per cent of residents, making it the second most Anglophone riding in the province.