Global News projects Kevin Vuong, ousted from the Liberal Party days before the federal election amid revelations of a dropped sexual assault charge, will win the riding of Spadina—Fort York.
The Spadina–Fort York riding is part of the city of Toronto and its rough boundaries are Mill Street, The Esplanade and Bay Street, connecting to Dundas Street toward Dovercourt Road and reaching west toward Dufferin Street to the F.G. Gardiner Expressway and Lake Ontario.
Liberal incumbent Adam Vaughan has represented the riding since the 2015 election but announced in early August he would not be seeking re-election.
The riding was created for the 2015 federal election as a part of a riding redistribution process that saw new ridings created and several existing riding boundaries changed. It was created from the ridings of Trinity—Spadina and Toronto Centre.
Roughly 35 per cent of the riding’s residents are immigrants, according to the most recent census. The most common non-official mother tongues are Spanish, Cantonese and Mandarin.
Conservative Party: Sukhi Jandu
NDP: Norm Di Pasquale
Green Party: Amanda Rosenstock
People’s Party of Canada: Ian Roden
Independent: Kevin Vuong