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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (November 2010) Fort Garry Manitoba electoral district The 1999-2011 boundaries for Fort Garry highlighted in red. Provincial electoral district Legislature Legislative Assembly of Manitoba MLA       Kerri Irvin-Ross NDP District created 1957 First contested 1958 Last contested 2007 Fort Garry is a provincial electoral division in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It was created by redistribution in 1957, and has formally existed since the provincial election of 1958. The riding is located in the south-central region of the City of Winnipeg; it is named for the historical Fort Garry which was occupied by supporters of Louis Riel during the Red River Rebellion of 1870. Fort Garry is bordered on the east by Riel, to the south by St. Norbert, to the north by Lord Roberts, and to the west by Fort Whyte. It is a mostly middle-class residential area, with some small businesses. The University of Manitoba is located in the riding. The riding's population in 1996 was 20,383. As of 1999, the average family income was $50,720, and the unemployment rate was 6.40% (though, conversely, it may be noted that 26% of the riding's residents are listed as low-income). Over 16% of Fort Garry's residents are immigrants, with 5% listing German as their ethnic origin. Almost 23% of the riding's residents have a University degree. The service sector accounts for 17% of Fort Garry's industry, with a further 12% in the retail trade and 12% in educational services. Historically, Fort Garry was a safe seat for the Progressive Conservatives, who represented the riding from 1958 to 1988 and again from 1990 to 2003. In the provincial election of 1999, however, the NDP came extremely close to winning the riding. They made it their primary target in the election of 2003, and won it for the first time in their history. The current MLA is Kerri Irvin-Ross of the NDP, who was re-elected in the 2007 provincial election with 53% of the vote. In the next election Fort Garry will be largely divided between the new ridings of Fort Garry-Riverview, St. Norbert and Fort Richmond. Fort Garry-Riverview will likely be a safe seat for the NDP, while Fort Richmond and St. Norbert are expected to be more competitive. List of provincial representatives Name Party Took Office Left Office Sterling Lyon PC 1958 1969 Bud Sherman PC 1969 1984 Charles Birt PC 1984 1988 Laurie Evans Lib 1988 1990 Rosemary Vodrey PC 1990 1999 Joy Smith PC 1999 2003 Kerri Irvin-Ross NDP 2003 2011 Electoral results 2007 Manitoba provincial election : Fort Garry edit Party Candidate Votes % +/- Expenditures      New Democratic Party (x)Kerri Irvin-Ross 4,291 52.60% +5.62 $28,543.84      Progressive Conservative Shaun McCaffrey 2,101 25.75% -20.05 $16,517.08      Liberal Craig Hildahl 1,500 18.39% +11.49 $14,094.14      Green Alon Weinberg 266 3.26% +3.25 $55.55 Total valid votes 8,158 100.00 Rejected and declined votes 36 Turnout 8,194 66.06 +2.57 Electors on the lists 12,404 [1] 2003 Manitoba provincial election : Fort Garry edit Party Candidate Votes % +/- Expenditures      New Democratic Party Kerri Irvin-Ross 3,852 46.75 +3.29 $21,049.74      Progressive Conservative (x)Joy Smith 3,765 45.69 +1.93 $29,935.35      Liberal Taran Malik 562 6.82 -4.45 $13,984.00      Independent Didz Zuzens 61 0.74 +0.74 $395.34 Total valid votes 8,240 99.34 Rejected and declined votes 55 Turnout 8,295 63.49 -11.60 Electors on the lists 13,066 1999 Manitoba provincial election : Fort Garry edit Party Candidate Votes % +/- Expenditures      Progressive Conservative (x)Joy Smith 4,436 43.76 $28,543.84      New Democratic Party Lawrie Cherniack 4,406 43.46 $29,325.00      Liberal Ted Gilson 1,143 11.27 $9,808.98      Manitoba Party Denise Van Rooyen 116 1.14 $1,032.59 Total valid votes 10,101 99.64 Rejected and declined votes 37 Turnout 10,138 75.09 Electors on the lists 13,502 References ^ http://www.electionsmanitoba.ca/en/Results/39_division_results/39_fort-garry_summary_results.html v · d · eManitoba provincial electoral districts North Flin Flon • Kewatinook • Swan River • The Pas • Thompson Southwest Agassiz • Arthur-Virden • Brandon East • Brandon West • Dauphin • Midland • Portage la Prairie • Riding Mountain Southeast Dawson Trail • Emerson • Gimli • Interlake • Lac du Bonnet • Lakeside • La Verendrye • Morden-Winkler • Morris • Selkirk • Steinbach • St. Paul Winnipeg Assiniboia • Burrows • Charleswood • Concordia • Elmwood • Fort Garry-Riverview • Fort Richmond • Fort Rouge • Fort Whyte • Inkster • Kildonan • Kirkfield Park • Minto • Point Douglas • Radisson • Riel • River East • River Heights • Rossmere • Seine River • Southdale • St. Boniface • St. James • St. Johns • St. Norbert • St. Vital • The Maples • Transcona • Tuxedo • Tyndall Park • Wolseley See also: 2007 election • List of elections • Politics of Manitoba