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Regina–Lumsden–Lake Centre
Flag of Saskatchewan.svg Saskatchewan electoral district
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Regina–Lumsden–Lake Centre in relation to other Saskatchewan federal electoral districts

Federal electoral district
Legislature House of Commons
MP       Tom Lukiwski
Conservative
District created 1996
First contested 1997
Last contested 2006
District webpage profile, map
Demographics
Population (2006) 65,885
Electors (2006) 49,242
Area (km²) 14,365
Pop. density (per km²) 4.6
Census divisions Regina
Census subdivisions Regina

Regina–Lumsden–Lake Centre (formerly known as Regina–Arm River) is a federal electoral district in Saskatchewan, Canada, that has been represented in the Canadian House of Commons since 1997.

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Geography

The district includes the northwestern part of Regina and extends outward from Regina to Nokomis in the north, Davidson in the northwest and Tugaske in the west.

History

The electoral district was created as "Regina–Arm River" in 1996 from Mackenzie, Moose Jaw–Lake Centre, Regina–Lumsden and Regina–Qu'Appelle ridings.

In 1997, its name was changed to "Regina–Lumsden–Lake Centre".

Members of Parliament

It has elected the following members to the House of Commons:

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Current Member of Parliament

Its Member of Parliament is Tom Lukiwski, a former political administrator. He was first elected in 2004. He represents the Conservative Party of Canada. He is the Parliamentary Secretary to the Leader of the Government in the House of Commons.

Election results

Canadian federal election, 2008
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
     Conservative Tom Lukiwski 16,053 51.1% +8.9% $68,988
     New Democrat Fred Kress 8,963 28.5% -0.4% $16,804
     Liberal Monica Lysack 4,668 14.9% -11.3% $47,936
     Green Nicolas Stulberg 1,737 5.5% +3.2% $3,513
Total valid votes/Expense limit 31,421 100.0% $80,038
Total rejected ballots
Turnout  %
Canadian federal election, 2006
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
     Conservative Tom Lukiwski 14,176 42.1% +8.9% $60,131
     New Democrat Moe Kovatch 9,467 28.1% +1.3% $47,556
     Liberal Gary J. Anderson 8,956 26.6% -6.2% $73,596
     Green William Sorochan 1,035 3.1% +0.8% $730
Total valid votes 33,634 100.0%
Total rejected ballots 73
Turnout 33,707
Canadian federal election, 2004
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
     Conservative Tom Lukiwski 10,290 33.2% -9.7% $57,639
     Liberal Gary J. Anderson 10,167 32.8% +18.8% $53,396
     New Democrat Moe Kovatch 8,300 26.8% -15.6% $60,642
     Independent Larry Spencer 1,506 4.9% $21,488
     Green Fiorindo Agi 716 2.3%
Total valid votes 30,978 100.0%
Total rejected ballots 79 0.3%
Turnout 31,057 62.8%
Canadian federal election, 2000
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
     Canadian Alliance Larry Spencer 12,585 42.9% +15.1% $58,054
     New Democrat John Solomon 12,424 42.4% +0.1% $53,957
     Liberal Hem Juttla 4,296 14.6% -9.0% $22,758
Total valid votes 29,305 100.0%
Total rejected ballots 113 0.4%
Turnout 29,418 63.2%
Canadian federal election, 1997
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
     New Democrat John Solomon 12,677 42.3% $58,862
     Reform G.A. Gerry Fuller 8,342 27.8% $15,205
     Liberal Kevin Clarke 7,079 23.6% $36,554
     Progressive Conservative R. Wayne Slinn 1,605 5.4% $984
     Canadian Action John MacGowan 277 0.9% $1,940
Total valid votes 29,980 100.0%
Total rejected ballots 96 0.3%
Turnout 30,076 66.4%

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