Brampton South (provincial electoral district)

Brampton South is a provincial electoral district in Ontario. It was created prior to the 1987 election from part of Brampton. It was abolished in 1999 into Bramalea—Gore—Malton—Springdale, Brampton Centre, Brampton West—Mississauga. It existed for the 1987, 1990, and 1995 elections. For the 2018 election, it was re-created from Brampton West.[1]

Brampton South
Ontario electoral district
Ontario 2018 Brampton South.svg
Location in Brampton
Provincial electoral district
LegislatureLegislative Assembly of Ontario
Prabmeet Sarkaria
Progressive Conservative
District created2015
First contested2018
Population (2016)121,188
Area (km²)46.73
Pop. density (per km²)2,593.4
Census division(s)Peel
Census subdivision(s)Brampton


In 1987, the boundaries consisted of the City of Brampton south of the following line (from east to west): from the city limits going east along Highway 7 to Queen Street East, then west to Kennedy Road, then north along Kennedy Road to Vodden Street, then west to Main Street, then north along Main Street and Highway 10 to Highway 7 and then west to the city limits.[2]

Members of Provincial ParliamentEdit

Brampton South
Assembly Years Member Party
Riding created from Brampton
34th  1987–1990     Robert Callahan Liberal
35th  1990–1995
36th  1995–1999     Tony Clement Progressive Conservative
Riding dissolved into Bramalea—Gore—Malton—Springdale,
Brampton Centre, and Brampton West—Mississauga
Riding re-created from Brampton West
42nd  2018–Present     Prabmeet Sarkaria Progressive Conservative

Election resultsEdit

2018 Ontario general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Progressive Conservative Prabmeet Sarkaria 15,652 41.01%
New Democratic Paramjit Gill 12,919 33.85%
Liberal Sukhwant Thethi 7,212 18.89%
Green Lindsay Falt 1,472 3.86%
Libertarian Brian Watson 363 0.95%
Trillium John Grant 337 0.88%
Freedom Ted Harlson 214 0.56%
Total valid votes 100.0  
Source: Elections Ontario[3]
Progressive Conservative pickup new district.


  1. ^ "Ontario provincial elections to move to spring as Liberals promise to tackle largely unregulated third-party ads". National Post. June 4, 2015. Retrieved 2015-06-16.
  2. ^ "Representation Act, 1986, SO 1986, c 30". Legislative Assembly of Ontario. January 6, 1986. p. 360.
  3. ^ "Summary of Valid Votes Cast for each Candidate" (PDF). Elections Ontario. Archived from the original (PDF) on 28 December 2018. Retrieved 16 January 2019.

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Coordinates: 43°39′22″N 79°45′25″W / 43.656°N 79.757°W / 43.656; -79.757