Alberta electoral district
Calgary-Edgemont within the City of Calgary (2017 boundaries)
Provincial electoral district
LegislatureLegislative Assembly of Alberta
Prasad Panda
United Conservative
District created2017
First contested2019
Population (2016)[1]50,803
Area (km²)19.2
Pop. density (per km²)2,646

Calgary-Edgemont is a provincial electoral district in Alberta, Canada. The district is one of 87 districts mandated to return a single member (MLA) to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta using the first past the post method of voting. It was contested for the first time in the 2019 Alberta election.


The district is located in northwestern Calgary, containing the neighbourhoods of Dalhousie, Edgemont, Ranchlands, Hawkwood, and Hamptons.


Members for Calgary-Edgemont
Assembly Years Member Party
See Calgary-Hawkwood 2012–2019
30th 2019 To be determined

The district was created in 2017 when the Electoral Boundaries Commission recommended renaming Calgary-Hawkwood and shifting its boundaries eastward into Calgary-Foothills and Calgary-Varsity, losing the Silver Springs, Citadel and Arbour Lake neighbourhoods while gaining Dalhousie, Edgemont, and Hamptons. The riding is one of the more populous districts created in this redistribution, resulting from the Commission's decision not to divide any of its communities.[2]

Electoral results

Redistributed results, 2015 Alberta election
Party Votes %
Progressive Conservative 7,992 38.24
New Democratic 7,012 33.56
Wildrose 3,706 17.73
Liberal 1,329 6.36
Others 857 4.10

2019 general election

Results by Polling Division
Results by Polling Division
2019 Alberta general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
United Conservative Prasad Panda 13,308 52.8 -3.17
New Democratic Julia Hayter 8,570 34 +0.44
Alberta Party Joanne Gui 2,740 10.9 +6.4
Liberal Graeme Maitland 305 1.2 -5.16
Green Carlos Svoboda 155 0.6
Independence Tomasz Kochanowicz 106 0.4
Total valid votes 25,184
Rejected, spoiled and declined 299
Eligible voters 37,566
Turnout 67.6


  1. ^ Statistics Canada: 2016
  2. ^ Alberta Electoral Boundaries Commission (Oct 2017). "Final Report" (PDF). p. 37. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2018-01-24. Retrieved 2018-02-01.