Four Liberals, one Conservative re-elected in Halton


Published September 21, 2021 at 12:13 am

It appears no seats will change hands in Halton Region in Canada’s federal election, where the final day of voting was on Monday.

All five incumbents in the region — four from the Liberals, and one from the Conservative party — have been declared re-elected.


Liberal Karina Gould retains her seat, defeating Conservative runner-up Emily Brown . This will be the Minister of Democratic Institutions’ third term in office.


Adam van Koeverden, the Liberal incumbent has been re-elected. He claimed 51 per cent of the vote when the call was made with 40 of 196 polls reporting. Conservative candidate Nadeem Akbar is running second with 33 per cent.


Anita Anand, of the Liberals, will also return to Ottawa. She claimed 46 per cent of the vote. Kerry Colborne of the Conservative party came in second with 38 percent.

Oakville North-Burlington

Liberal Pam Damoff has been re-elected to her third term. The re-claimed the seat with 47 per cent of the electorate with 105 of 203 poll reporting.

Wellington-Halton Hills

Michael Chong, a one-time Conservative leadership contestant, has been re-elected to his seventh term in office. He claimed a full 50 per cent of the vote. The closest runner-up, Liberal Melanie Lang, has claimed 27 per cent.

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