Batoche (electoral district)
|Saskatchewan electoral district|
|Provincial electoral district|
|Legislature||Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan|
|Census divisions||14, 15|
Batoche is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Canada. It is located in north central Saskatchewan and has an economy based primarily on mixed agriculture and farm implement manufacturing. Bourgault Industries in St. Brieux manufactures harrows, cultivators, ploughs. The Batoche area is where Louis Riel led his Metis people in an armed uprising against the Canadian government in 1885. Batoche National Historic Site is located in this constituency.
The largest communities are Birch Hills, Wakaw and Cudworth with populations of 935, 884 and 766, respectively. Smaller centres in the riding include the villages of St. Brieux, St. Louis, Lake Lenore, Duck Lake, Weldon and Middle Lake; and the town of Kinistino.
This riding was created by The Representation Act, 2002 (Saskatchewan). This constituency was a formed from parts of the Humboldt, Melfort-Tisdale, Prince Albert Carlton, Rosthern, Saskatchewan Rivers and Shellbrook-Spiritwood ridings.
Member of Legislative AssemblyEdit
Riding created from Humboldt, Melfort-Tisdale, Prince Albert Carlton,
Rosthern, Saskatchewan Rivers and Shellbrook-Spiritwood
2016 Saskatchewan general electionEdit
|2016 Saskatchewan general election|
|New Democratic||Clay DeBray||2,114||30.61||+0.33|
|Green||B. Garneau I.||103||1.49||-1.40|
|Total valid votes||6,904||100.0|
|Source: Elections Saskatchewan|
2011 Saskatchewan general electionEdit
|2011 Saskatchewan general election|
|New Democratic||Janice Benier||2,106||30.28||–3.86|
|Total valid votes||6,955||100.0|
2007 Saskatchewan general electionEdit
|2007 Saskatchewan general election|
|New Democratic||Don Hovdebo||2,583||34.14||–2.16|
|Total valid votes||7,567||100.0|
2003 Saskatchewan general electionEdit
|2003 Saskatchewan general election|
|New Democratic||Ava Bear||2,769||36.30|
|Western Independence||Florent Rabut||138||1.81|
|New Green||Gordon Robert Dumont||76||1.00|
|Total valid votes||7,629||100.0|
|Saskatchewan pickup new district.|
Batoche – Northwest Territories territorial electoral district (1870–1905).
- "Register of Official Candidates by Constituency - March 19 - FINAL" (PDF). Elections Saskatchewan. 19 March 2016. Archived from the original (PDF) on 4 April 2016. Retrieved 23 March 2016.
- "2016 General Election Results". Elections Saskatchewan. 4 April 2016. Retrieved 7 November 2016.
- Website of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan
- Elections Saskatchewan - Official Results of the 2011 Provincial Election
- Saskatchewan Archives Board – Saskatchewan Election Results By Electoral Division