In-and-out: Which ridings participated


According to Elections Canada submissions in the Federal Court of Canada case over the 2006 campaign finance dispute, these are the ridings that were involved in the regional media buys arranged by the party:

Riding Candidate Advertising costs claimed Transfer from party
BRITISH COLUMBIA      
Burnaby–Douglas George Drazenovic $19,999.80 $19,997.50
Burnaby–New Westminster Marc Dalton $19,999.80 $19,999.80
Cariboo—Prince George Dick Harris $29,999.95 $29,999.95
Esquimalt–Juan de Fuca Troy DeSouza $9,999.15 $9,996.85
Kelowna—Lake Country Ron Cannan $14,999.97 $14,999.97
Kootenay–Columbia Jim Abbott $9,999.98 $9,999.98
Nanaimo—Cowichan Norm Sowden $8,091.80 $8,086.90
Okanagan–Coquihalla Stockwell Day $9,999.98 $9,989.98
Okanagan—Shuswap Colin Mayes $9,999.98 $9,989.98
Prince George–Peace River Jay Hill $14,999.97 $14,999.97
Vancouver East Elizabeth M. Pagtakhan $29,999.70 $29,999.70
Vancouver Kingsway Kanman Wong $29,999.70 $29,991.70
Saskatchewan      
Cypress Hills–Grasslands David Anderson $3,295.60 $3,295.60
Desnethé–Missinippi–Churchill River Jeremy Harrison $3,595.20 $3,595.20
Manitoba      
Winnipeg Centre Helen Sterzer $10,833.75 $10,830.46
ONTARIO      
Algoma–Manitoulin–Kapuskasing Ian West $19,999.73 $19,999.73
Davenport Theresa Rodrigues $49,999.88 $49,994.88
Kitchener Centre Steven Cage $9,999.15 $9,994.15
London–Fanshawe Dan Mailer $9,999.15 $9,999.15
Parkdale-High Park Jurij Klufas $9,999.98 $9,999.98
Sarnia—Lambton Patricia Davidson $12,149.85 $12,139.95
Scarborough Centre Roxanne James $19,999.95 $19,989.95
Thunder Bay–Rainy River David Leskowski $9,999.86 $9,989.86
Timmins-James Bay Ken Graham $9,999.15 $9,999.15
Toronto Danforth Kren Clausen $29,999.93 $29,989.93
Trinity-Spadina Sam Goldstein $49,999.88 $49,989.88
Vaughan Richard Majkot $19,999.95 $19,989.95
Windsor West Al Teshuba $19,999.37 $19,999.37
York-South Weston Steve Halicki $39,999.91 $39,999.91
QUEBEC      
Argenteuil—Papineau–Mirabel Suzanne Courville $30,705.88 $34,680.88
Beauce Maxime Bernier $5,000.00 $5,000.00
Beauport–Limoilou Sylvie Boucher $37,454.69 $43,174.69
Bas-Richelieu–Nicolet–Bécancour Marie-Ève Hélie-Lambert $24,641.34 $28,616.34
Charlesbourg–Haute-Saint-Charles Daniel Petit $37,454.69 $43,174.69
Compton-Stanstead Gary Caldwell $33,253.17 $37,238.17
Drummond Jean-Marie Pineault $41,422.89 $45,397.89
Gatineau Patrick Robert $44,573.55 $48,558.55
Hull–Aylmer Gilles Poirier $44,573.55 $48,558.55
Lac-Saint-Louis Andrea Paine $19,787.68 $23,762.68
Laurentides–Labelle Jean-Serge Beauregard $30,705.88 $34,680.88
Lévis—Bellechasse Steven Blaney $24,641.34 $28,616.34
Lotbinière–Chutes-de-la-Chaudière Jacques Gourde $24,641.34 $28,611.34
Louis-Hébert Luc Harvey $37,454.69 $43,174.69
Louis-Saint-Laurent Josée Verner $9,363.67 $13,348.67
Mégantic—L’Érable Christian Paradis $20,000.00 $33,970.00
Montmorency–Charlevoix Yves Laberge $24,641.34 $28,611.34
Mount Royal Neil Martin Drabkin $19,787.68 $23,762.68
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce–Lachine Allen F. Mackenzie $19,787.68 $23,762.68
Pierrefonds—Dollard Don Rae $19,787.68 $23,762.68
Pontiac Lawrence Cannon $6,141.18 $10,126.18
Portneuf–Jacques-Cartier Howard M. Bruce $37,454.69 $43,179.69
Québec Frédérik Boisvert $37,454.69 $43,174.69
Richmond–Arthabaska Jean Landry $26,039.15 $30,009.15
Saint-Laurent–Cartierville Ishrat Alam $19,787.68 $34,507.68
Shefford Jean Lambert $33,253.17 $37,228.17
Sherbrooke Marc Nadeau $51,566.46 $55,631.46
NEW BRUNSWICK      
Beauséjour Omer Leger $15,034.48 $14,958.59
Moncton–Riverview–Dieppe Charles Doucet $7,484.29 $7,479.29
Nova Scotia      
Dartmouth–Cole Harbour Robert A. Campbell $3,947.07 $3,947.07
Halifax Andrew House $4,736.48 $4,733.48
Halifax West Rakesh Khosla $11,841.20 $11,841.20
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND      
Malpeque George Noble $7,902.49 $7,897.49
NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR      
Bonavista–Gander–Grand Falls– Windsor Aaron Hynes $7,712.92 $7,712.92
Humber–St. Barbe–Baie Verte Cyril Pelley $7,712.92 $7,712.92
Labrador Joe Goudie $2,097.20 $2,097.20
Random–Burin–St. George’s Cynthia Downey $7,712.92 $7,712.92
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One thought on “In-and-out: Which ridings participated

  1. Which of these received rebates based on invoices that cover the figure of the transfer but don’t represent expenses they actually incurred? The example being used in the news is Hull-Aylmer, which received a rebate of about 35k and had about 12k in actual expenses (their rebate was calculated based on figure that included the transfer in but not the transfer out again). According to cbc there are 17 of these ridings.

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