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Ontario election 2018: Etobicoke Centre riding

Voters in Etobicoke Centre have elected Kinga Surma of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario as their MPP in the 2018 provincial election.

Candidates

Liberals: Yvan Baker (incumbent)
PC: Kinga Surma (elected)
NDP: Erica Kelly
Green: Shawn Rizvi

Global News is only featuring the candidates for the four main parties. For a complete list of candidates, visit Elections Ontario

Geography

The riding is located on the west side of Toronto and its rough boundaries are the Etobicoke Creek and the Mississauga-Toronto border on the west, Eglinton Avenue West, Martin Grove Road and Dixon Road on the north, the Humber River on the east, and Dundas Street West, Mimico Creek, Kipling Avenue, Bloor Street West and Highway 427 on the south.

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History

Yvan Baker, who most recently served as the Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Finance and to the Minister Responsible for Digital Government, is seeking reelection in the riding of Etobicoke Centre. He was first elected provincially in 2014. Baker succeeded long-time Liberal MPP Donna Cansfield.