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Olds-Didsbury was a provincial electoral district in central southern Albertamarker, Canadamarker.The riding was created in 1963 as a merger between the Olds and Didsbury ridings.

In 1997 the riding merged with the north part of Three Hills-Airdrie to form Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills, the south part became Airdrie-Rocky View.

This riding was home to the most famous By-Election in Alberta history, when the separatist Western Canada Concept achieved victory in 1982.

Election Results 1963 - 1993

1982 - 1993

Party 1993 1989 1986 1982 1982
Liberal Donna Gole
3,378
Garfield Marks
1,182
George Leussink
126
Progressive Conservatives Roy Brassard
8,383
Roy Brassard
4,960
Roy Brassard
5,204
Stephen Stiles
5,096
Stephen Stiles
2,396
Social Credit Derry Macfarlane
815
Ray Young
1,249
Lloyd Quantz
2,669
N.D.P. Ruth Scott
355
Tom Monto
842
Tom Monto
823
Roy Agnew
233
Myrna Jarboe
308
Western Canada Concept Daryl Jaddock
2,714
Gordon Kesler
4,015
Confederation of Regions Dennis Combs
683
Elmer Knutson
1,785
Independent Llyod Quantz
2,755
John Buttrey
47


Adilsha Shivji
9


1963 - 1979

Party 1979 1975 1971 1967 1963
Liberal Stephen Shaw
55
Stan Bell
1,129
Progressive Conservatives Bill Edgar
2,514
Kenneth Amthor
2,860
Rudolf Pedersen
2,578
Social Credit Robert Curtis Clark
6,399
Robert Curtis Clark
4,400
Robert Curtis Clark
4,346
Robert Curtis Clark
4,052
Robert Curtis Clark
3,950
N.D.P. Gregory Hoffarth
152
Cynthia Cunningham
389
Margaret Hinton
209
Eva Banta
547
Eva Banta
400
Alberta Unity Movement Roger Lebeuf
1,550
Independent Conservative Charles Purvis
547


By-Election reasons

February 17, 1982—Mr. Robert C. Clark resigned.

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