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The 23 ridings won by 1,000 votes or less, Election 2015

By The Hill Times Staff      
Riding Winner Votes
won by
won by
Second place
Elmwood-Transcona, Man. NDP Daniel Blaikie 51 0.2 Conservative Lawrence Toet
Desnethé-Missinippi-Churchill River, Sask. NDP Georgina Jolibois 70 0.2 Liberal Lawrence Joseph
Edmonton Mill Woods, Alta. Liberal Amarjeet Sohi 80 0.1 Conservative Tim Uppal
Barrie-Springwater-Oro-Medonte, Ont. Conservative Alex Nuttall 110 0.2 Liberal Brian Tamblyn
Regina-Lewvan, Sask. NDP Erin Weir 143 0.3 Conservative Trent Fraser
Pierre-Boucher-Les Patriotes-Verchères, Que. Bloc Québécois Xavier Barsalou-Duval 213 0.3 Liberal Lucie Gagnon
Montmagny-L’Islet-Kamouraska-Rivière-du-Loup, Que. Conservative Bernard Généreux 265 0.5 Liberal Marie-Josée Normand
Kootenay-Columbia, B.C. NDP Wayne Stetski 285 0.4 Conservative David Wilks
Kitchener-Conestoga, Ont. Conservative Harold Albrecht 351 0.8 Liberal Tim Louis
Jonquière, Que. NDP Karine Trudel 369 0.8 Liberal Marc Pettersen
Hastings-Lennox and Addington, Ont. Liberal Mike Bossio 373 0.7 Conservative Daryl Kramp
Hochelaga, Que. NDP Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet 461 0.9 Liberal Marwah Rizqy
Richmond Centre, B.C. Conservative Alice Wong 463 1.2 Liberal Lawrence Woo
Kenora, Ont. Liberal Bob Nault 519 1.7 NDP Howard Hampton
Burnaby South, B.C. NDP Kennedy Stewart 547 1.2 Liberal Adam Pankratz
Saint-Hyacinthe-Bagot, Que. NDP Brigitte Sansoucy 548 1 Liberal René Vincelette
Chicoutimi-Le Fjord, Que. Liberal Denis Lemieux 556 1.2 NDP Dany Morin
St. John’s East, Nfld. Liberal Nick Whalen 658 1.5 NDP Jack Harris
Longueuil-Saint-Hubert, Que. NDP Pierre Nantel 703 1.2 Liberal Michael O’Grady
Salaberry-Suroît, Que. NDP Anne Minh-Thu Quach 776 1.3 Liberal Robert Sauvé
Mirabel, Que. Bloc Québécois Simon Marcil 788 1.4 NDP Mylène Freeman
Trois-Rivières, Que. NDP Robert Aubin 896 1.4 Liberal Yvon Boivin
Calgary Centre, Alta. Liberal Kent Hehr 906 1.5 Conservative Joan Crockatt

—Source: Elections Canada preliminary results

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