2019 Canada election results: Markham–Unionville

Global News has declared incumbent Bob Saroya of the Conservative Party of Canada the winner of Markham–Unionville.

Voters in the Markham–Unionville riding elected Bob Saroya of the Conservative Party as their MP in the 2015 election.

Markham–Unionville was a unique riding in that it was the only seat the Liberals lost after the riding boundaries changed that would have been won by the Conservatives in 2011 based on the redistributed results.


Liberal: Alan Ho
Conservative: Bob Saroya (incumbent)
NDP: Gregory Hines
Green: Elvin Kao
PPC: Sarah Chung

The Markham-Unionville riding is in York Region and is comprised partly of the Town of Markham.

The riding has a population of 123,318 people and is 84.34 square kilometres wide according to the most recent census.

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In the 2013 redistribution, Markham–Unionville encompassed new subdivisions in the northwest part of the city which were previously in the Oak Ridges-Markham riding.

The riding has been primarily won by the Liberal Party although the Conservatives took it back after the 2011 election and have held it ever since.

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