Edmonton - Sherwood Park

MPs Not Running In Next Election: 25

According to the Hill Times, the following current MPs will not be running in next election. There are 7 vacancies expected by end of summer, with 5 after byelection. Many believe that narrow partisan reasons were used to not call the remaining 5 byelections to happen at the same time.

MPs retiring and Vacant seats

Hill Times reporter Abbas Rana provided a table in this week's Hill Times listing the 15 MPs that have already announced they will not be running in the next election, as well as the 2 vacant seats.

1. Liberal MP Ray Ronin (Nickel Belt)
2. Liberal MP Brenda Chamberlain (Guelph)
3. Liberal MP Stephen Owen (Vancouver Quadra)
4. Liberal MP Bill Graham (Toronto Centre)
5. Liberal MP Paul Martin (LaSalle-Emard)
6. Liberal MP Nancy Karetak-Lindell (Nunavut)
7. Liberal MP Andy Scott (Fredericton)
8. Liberal MP Paul Steckle (Huron-Bruce)
9. Liberal MP Joe McGuire (Egmont)
10. Liberal MP Jim Peterson (Willowdale)
11. Conservative MP Brian Fritzpatrick (Prince Albert)
12. Conservative MP Ken Epp (Edmonton-Sherwood Park)
13. Conservative MP John Williams (Edmonton-St. Albert)
14. Conservative MP Normal Doyle (St. John's East)
15. NDP MP Bill Blaikie (Elmwood-Transcona)

Vacant seats:

1. Bloc MP Yvan Loubier (Saint-Hyacinthe-Bagot)
2. Liberal MP Jean Lapierre (Outremont)

Joseph R. (Joe) Comuzzi (Thunder Bay--Superior North) is expected not to run, but has not yet made an announcement.

Election 2006: Edmonton--Sherwood Park

Election 2006: Please add comments to discuss riding specific activities, links to candidate information, etc.

Incumbent information


Edmonton–Sherwood Park / Edmonton–Sherwood Park
MP: Ken Epp (Parliamentary Internet)

Meeting with Ken Epp (MP for Edmonton Sherwood Park)

In a message to the DCC forum, Jim Borynec wrote:

I've got a tentative appointment with Ken Epp (MP for
Edmonton Sherwood Park) on July 20, at 9:00 in his constituency office.

Anyone in his constituency want to come with me and chat him up?

Domain name registration system discussed by MP's

A few members of parliament discussed Use by Others of Website Names of Members of Parliament on June 2, 2005. An organization opposed to same-sex marriage applied for and is using domain names including names of MPs as part of their campaign.

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