Conservative candidate Don Stewart emerged as the victor in the June 24 byelection in Toronto–St. Paul’s, a riding that has been a Liberal stronghold for over three decades.
As Elections Canada finished counting the results from all 192 polling stations, as of 4:45 a.m. Mr. Stewart had 42.1 percent of the votes, compared to Liberal candidate Leslie Church with 40.5 percent.
“Thank you, Toronto-St. Paul’s,” Mr. Stewart wrote on X after winning the byelection. “I am beyond humbled for the trust you have put in me and I will never take it for granted. I promise to be YOUR voice on Parliament Hill.”

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