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{{For|the father of Confederation|Thomas D'Arcy McGee}}







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D'Arcy-McGee is a provincial electoral district in the Montreal region of the province of Quebec, Canada, that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It consists of the cities of Côte-Saint-Luc and Hampstead and part of the Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough of the city of Montreal. It is the only provincial electoral district in Quebec with a Jewish plurality. It is considered to be one of the safest districts in Quebec for the Liberals; in the 2014 provincial election the Liberals garnered 92% of the vote, making it the most secure seat in the provinceweblink was created for the 1966 election from parts of the former Montréal-Outremont and Westmount–Saint-Georges electoral districts.The boundaries of the D'Arcy-McGee electoral district on the 2011 electoral map are identical to the previous boundaries. Following the 2017 redistribution, the riding will lose its territory in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce to the riding of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and will gain a large part of the Côte-des-Neiges neighbourhood from Mont-Royal and Outremont.The riding was named after Thomas D'Arcy McGee, a Father of Confederation.

Members of the Legislative Assembly / National Assembly

This riding has elected the following Members of the National Assembly:{{QcMNA}}{{QcMNA nodata|Riding created from Montréal-Outremontand Westmount–Saint-Georges}}{{QcMNA row| FromYr = 1966| ToYr = 1970| Assembly# = 28| CanParty = Liberal| PartyTerms# = 7| RepName = Victor Goldbloom| RepTerms# = 4}}{{QcMNA row| FromYr = 1970| ToYr = 1973| Assembly# = 29}}{{QcMNA row| FromYr = 1973| ToYr = 1976| Assembly# = 30}}{{QcMNA row| FromYr = 1976| ToYr = 1979| Assembly# = 31| #ByElections = 1}}{{QcMNA row| FromYr = 1979| ToYr = 1981| RepName = Herbert Marx| RepLink = Herbert Marx (politician)| RepTerms# = 3}}{{QcMNA row| FromYr = 1981| ToYr = 1985| Assembly# = 32}}{{QcMNA row| FromYr = 1985| ToYr = 1989| Assembly# = 33}}{{QcMNA row| FromYr = 1989| ToYr = 1993| Assembly# = 34| #ByElections = 1| CanParty = Equality| RepName = Robert Libman| RepTerms# = 2}}{{QcMNA row| FromYr = 1993| ToYr = 1994| CanParty = Independent}}{{QcMNA row| FromYr = 1994| ToYr = 1998| Assembly# = 35| CanParty = Liberal| PartyTerms# = 8| RepName = Lawrence Bergman| RepTerms# = 6}}{{QcMNA row| FromYr = 1998| ToYr = 2003| Assembly# = 36}}{{QcMNA row| FromYr = 2003| ToYr = 2007| Assembly# = 37}}{{QcMNA row| FromYr = 2007| ToYr = 2008| Assembly# = 38}}{{QcMNA row| FromYr = 2008| ToYr = 2012| Assembly# = 39}}{{QcMNA row| FromYr = 2012| ToYr = 2014| Assembly# = 40}}{{QcMNA row| FromYr = 2014| ToYr = 2018| Assembly# = 41| RepName = David Birnbaum| RepTerms# = 2}}{{QcMNA row| FromYr = 2018| ToYr = | Assembly# = 42}}{{QcMNA end}}

Geography

D'Arcy-McGee is located on the island of Montreal.It consists of the municipalities of:

Linguistic demographics

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Election results

{{CANelec/top|QC|2018|percent=yes|change=yes}}{{CANelec|QC|Liberal|David Birnbaum|19,085|74.32|-17.83}}{{CANelec|QC|QS|Jean-Claude Kumuyange|1,861|7.25|+5.19}}{{CANelec|QC|CAQ|Mélodie Cohn|1,643|6.40|+3.95}}{{CANelec|QC|Conservative (2009)|Yaniv Loran|1,153|4.49|-}}{{CANelec|QC|Green|Jérémie Alarco|837|3.26|+1.71}}{{CANelec|QC|PQ|Eliane Pion|657|2.56|+0.77}}{{CANelec|QC|NDP|Leigh Smit|368|1.43|-}}{{CANelec|QC|Marxist-Leninist|Diane Johnston|77|0.30|-}}{{CANelec/total|Total valid votes|25,681|98.98}}{{CANelec/total|Total rejected ballots|265|1.02}}{{CANelec/total|Turnout|25,946|46.56}}{{CANelec/total|Eligible voters|55,726}}{{Canadian election result/top|QC|2014|percent=yes|change=yes}}{{CANelec|QC|Liberal |David Birnbaum|26,983|92.15|+7.43}}{{CANelec|QC|CAQ|Elizabeth Smart|716|2.45|-4.92}}{{CANelec|QC|Québec solidaire|Suzanne Dufresne|604|2.06|-1.69}}{{CANelec|QC|PQ|Eliane Pion|524|1.79|-1.13}}{{CANelec|QC|Green|Abraham Weizfeld|454|1.55|+0.30}}{{Canadian election result/total|Total valid votes|29,281|99.38|–}}{{Canadian election result/total|Total rejected ballots|184|0.62|-0.16}}{{Canadian election result/total|Turnout|29,465|72.06|+6.24}}{{Canadian election result/total|Electors on the lists|40,892|–|–}}{{CANelec/hold|QC|Liberal|+6.18}}{{Canadian election result/top|QC|2012|percent=yes|change=yes}}{{CANelec|QC|Liberal |Lawrence Bergman |22,285|84.72|-4.03}}{{CANelec|QC|CAQ|Sophie Leroux |1,938|7.37|+5.53*}}{{CANelec|QC|Québec solidaire|Émilie Beauchesne |987|3.75|+2.09}}{{CANelec|QC|PQ|Guy Amyot |767| 2.92|-0.63}}{{CANelec|XX|Independent|Abraham Weizfeld|328|1.25|-0.41}}{{Canadian election result/total|Total valid votes|26,305|99.22|–}}{{Canadian election result/total|Total rejected ballots|207|0.78|–}}{{Canadian election result/total|Turnout|26,512|65.82|+26.93}}{{Canadian election result/total|Electors on the lists|40,280|–|–}}
  • Result compared to Action démocratique
{{Canadian election result/top|QC|2008|percent=yes|change=yes}}{{CANelec|QC|Liberal |Lawrence Bergman |14,087|88.75|+4.54}}{{CANelec|QC|Green |Jean-Christophe Mortreux |666|4.20|-2.52}}{{CANelec|QC|PQ|Marie-Aude Ardizzon |564|3.55|+0.30}}{{CANelec|QC|ADQ|Mathieu Lacombe |292|1.84|-2.43}}{{CANelec|QC|Québec solidaire|Abraham Weizfeld|264|1.66|+0.11}}{{Canadian election result/total|Total valid votes|15,873 |99.22 |–}}{{Canadian election result/total|Total rejected ballots|125 |0.78 |–}}{{Canadian election result/total|Turnout|15,998 |38.89 |-14.21}}{{Canadian election result/total|Electors on the lists|41,132 |–|–}}{{Canadian election result/top|QC|2007|percent=yes|change=yes}}{{CANelec|QC|Liberal |Lawrence Bergman |18,410|84.21|-7.08}}{{CANelec|QC|Green |Robert Leibner |1,470|6.72|–}}{{CANelec|QC|ADQ|Marcelle Guay |934|4.27|+2.29}}{{CANelec|QC|PQ|Pierre-Philippe Émond |710|3.25|-0.89}}{{CANelec|QC|Québec solidaire|Abraham Weizfeld|338|1.55|–}}{{Canadian election result/total|Total valid votes|21,862 |99.34 |–}}{{Canadian election result/total|Total rejected ballots|145 |0.66 |–}}{{Canadian election result/total|Turnout|22,007 |53.10 |-8.54}}{{Canadian election result/total|Electors on the lists|41,445 |–|–}}{{Canadian election result/top|QC|2003|percent=yes|change=yes}}{{CANelec|QC|Liberal |Lawrence Bergman |23,968|91.29|+0.68}}{{CANelec|QC|PQ|Mathieu Breault|1,087|4.14|+1.02}}{{CANelec|QC|ADQ|Sylvain James Bowes |520|1.98|+0.73}}{{CANelec|QC|Equality|William F. Shaw |406|1.55|-2.81}}{{CANelec|QC|Bloc Pot|Blair T. Longley|274|1.04|–}}{{Canadian election result/top|QC|1998|percent=yes|change=yes}}{{CANelec|QC|Liberal |Lawrence Bergman |29,065|90.61|+25.24}}{{CANelec|QC|Equality|Bernard King|1,397|4.36|–}}{{CANelec|QC|PQ|Jean-Claude Gaudette|1,002|3.12|-0.20}}{{CANelec|QC|ADQ|Norman Brisson |400|1.25|–}}{{Canadian party colour|QC|NDP|row}} Parti de la Democratie Socialiste>Socialist DemocracyEibie Weizfeld>Abraham Weizfeld1350.42–{{Canadian party colour|QC|Natural Law|row}} Natural Law Party of Quebec>Natural law|Ena Kahn 770.24-0.24{| border=1 cellpadding=4 cellspacing=0 style="margin: 1em 1em 1em 0; background: #f9f9f9; border: 1px #aaa solid; border-collapse: collapse; font-size: 95%; clear:both" style="background-color:#E9E9E9"! colspan=4|1995 Quebec referendum style="background-color:#E9E9E9"! colspan=2 style="width: 130px"|Side! style="width: 50px"|Votes! style="width: 40px"|%|Non37,25396.38|Oui1,4013.62 {{Canadian election result/top|QC|1994|percent=yes|change=yes}}{{CANelec|QC|Liberal |Lawrence Bergman |21,325|65.37|+29.82}}{{Canadian_politics/party_colours/Independents/row}} Independent (politician)>Independent|Robert Libman10,05630.83-27.02{{CANelec|QC|PQ|François Normandin|1,084|3.32|+0.27}}{{Canadian party colour|QC|Natural Law|row}} Natural Law Party of Quebec>Natural law|Ena Kahn 1570.48–{| border=1 cellpadding=4 cellspacing=0 style="margin: 1em 1em 1em 0; background: #f9f9f9; border: 1px #aaa solid; border-collapse: collapse; font-size: 95%; clear:both" style="background-color:#E9E9E9"! colspan=4|1992 Charlottetown Accord referendum style="background-color:#E9E9E9"! colspan=2 style="width: 130px"|Side! style="width: 50px"|Votes! style="width: 40px"|%|Oui28,552 92.21 |Non2,4127.79{{Canadian election result/top|QC|1989|percent=yes|change=yes}}{{CANelec|QC|Equality|Robert Libman |15,746|57.85|–}}{{Canadian party colour|QC|Liberal|row}} Quebec Liberal Party>Liberal|Gary Waxman9,67735.55-55.90{{CANelec|QC|PQ|Jacques Carraire|829|3.05|-1.47}}{{CANelec |QC |Green |Harriett Fels |532 |1.95 |–}}{{Canadian_politics/party_colours/Independents/row}} Independent (politician)>Independent|Carol Zimmerman2620.96–{{Canadian party colour|QC|NDP|row}}New Democratic Party of Quebec>New Democrat|David Alexander Schulze1730.64-3.12{{Canadian election result/top|QC|1985|percent=yes|change=yes}}{{CANelec|QC|Liberal |Herbert Marx |22,799|91.45|-0.51}}{{CANelec|QC|PQ|Richard C. Bougie|1,127 |4.52|-0.89}}{{Canadian party colour|QC|NDP|row}}New Democratic Party of Quebec>New Democrat|Heather Yampolsky9373.76–{{Canadian_politics/party_colours/Independents/row}}Parti du socialisme chrétien>Christian Socialist|Jocelyn Rivest 670.27–{{Canadian election result/top|QC|1981|percent=yes|change=yes}}{{CANelec|QC|Liberal |Herbert Marx |26,064|91.96|-4.52}}{{CANelec|QC|PQ|André Daoust|1,532|5.41|+1.89}}{{CANelec|QC|Libertarian|Victor Levis|635|2.24|–}}{{CANelec |QC |UN |John Holmes |111 |0.39 |–}}{| border=1 cellpadding=4 cellspacing=0 style="margin: 1em 1em 1em 0; background: #f9f9f9; border: 1px #aaa solid; border-collapse: collapse; font-size: 95%; clear:both" style="background-color:#E9E9E9"! colspan=4|1980 Quebec referendum style="background-color:#E9E9E9"! colspan=2 style="width: 130px"|Side! style="width: 50px"|Votes! style="width: 40px"|%|Non36,36595.88|Oui1,5634.12 {{Canadian election result/top|QC|November 26, 1979|percent=yes|change=yes|by=yes}}{{CANelec|QC|Liberal |Herbert Marx |22,293|96.48|+28.45}}{{CANelec|QC|PQ|David Levine|813|3.52|-1.21}}{{Canadian election result/top|QC|1976|percent=yes|change=yes}}{{CANelec|QC|Liberal |Victor Charles Goldbloom |21,248|68.03|-25.74}}{{CANelec |QC |UN |Barry Fridhandler |7,058 |22.60 |+22.07}}{{CANelec|QC|PQ|Jacques Mackay|1,476|4.73|+0.48}}{{Canadian_politics/party_colours/Independents/row}}Democratic Alliance (Quebec)>Democratic Alliance|Elie Chalouh950 3.04–{{Canadian_politics/party_colours/Independents/row}} Independent (politician)>Independent|Max Wollach4171.33–{{Canadian_politics/party_colours/Social Credit/row}}Ralliement créditiste du Québec>Ralliement créditiste|Gaëtan Gauthier830.27-1.18{{Canadian election result/top|QC|1973|percent=yes|change=yes}}{{CANelec|QC|Liberal |Victor Charles Goldbloom |26,958|93.77|+3.36}}{{CANelec |QC |PQ|Jacqueline Dugas|1,221|4.25|-3.74}}{{Canadian_politics/party_colours/Social Credit/row}}Ralliement créditiste du Québec>Ralliement créditiste|John Holmes4181.45N/A{{CANelec|QC|UN|Florian Prévost|152|0,53|-1.07}}{{Canadian election result/top|QC|1970|percent=yes|change=yes}}{{CANelec|QC|Liberal |Victor Charles Goldbloom |36,543|90.41|-0.17}}{{CANelec |QC |PQ|Paul Unterberg|3,230|7.99|N/A}}{{CANelec|QC|UN|Léonard Rosen|647|1.60|-4.07}}{{Quebec provincial election, 1966/Electoral District/D'Arcy-McGee}}

References

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Election results:


Maps
{{Geographic location|title=Neighbouring electoral districtsMont-Royal (provincial electoral district)>Mont-Royal, OutremontSaint-Laurent (provincial electoral district)>Saint-Laurent|Center=D'Arcy-McGeeNotre-Dame-de-Grâce (provincial electoral district)>Notre-Dame-de-GrâceMarquette (provincial electoral district)>Marquette}}{{QC-ED}}{{coord|45.4698|N|73.6625|W|display=title}}

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