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Carleton East

Carleton East was a provincial electoral district (or riding) in Ontario, Canada. It was created for the 1967 election and was abolished in 1998 into Carleton—Gloucester and Ottawa—Vanier.

From 1986 until its abolition in 1998, the riding included most of the (now former) City of Gloucester, except the area north of Leitrim Road between Limebank Road and Conroy Road and the area north of the Queensway and west of Blair Road. Carleton East also included the (now former) Village of Rockcliffe Park and the City of Ottawa north of Montreal Road and east of Rockcliffe Park.


  1. Bert Lawrence, Progressive Conservative (1967-1974)
  2. Paul Frederick Taylor, Liberal (1974-1975)
  3. Evelyn Gigantes, New Democratic Party (1975-1981)
  4. Bob MacQuarrie, Progressive Conservative (1981-1985)
  5. Gilles Morin, Liberal (1985-1999)

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