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Who were the top spending candidates in the fall federal election?

Green Party of Ontario leader Mike Schreiner, left, Guelph's Green Party candidate Gord Miller (centre) and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May wave to passing cars in Guelph, Ont. on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015. Miller was the top spending candidate in the fall federal election, based on expenses counted as part of candidates' spending limits. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Hannah Yoon
April 03, 2016 - 11:47 AM

OTTAWA - Top 10 spenders, based on expenses counted as part of candidates' spending limits(*=denotes winner)

Gord Miller, Green (Riding: Guelph): $226,402.03

Stella Ambler, Conservative (Mississauga—Lakeshore): $221,077.62

Elizabeth May*, Green (Saanich—Gulf Islands): $215,092.00

Murray Rankin*, NDP (Victoria): $214,728.52

Lloyd Longfield*, Liberal (Guelph): $211,040.55

Abdul Abdi, Conservative (Ottawa West—Nepean): $203,049.92

Larry Maguire*, Conservative (Brandon—Souris): $202,921.60

Paul Dewar, NDP (Ottawa Centre): $201,972.04

John Weston, Conservative (West Vancouver—Sunshine Coast—Sea to Sky Country): $199,351.34

Ed Holder, Conservative (London West): $195,701.45

(Source: Elections Canada)

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