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Merivale is a Sydney hospital group.

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Ivy, Level 2, 320-330 George St

Sydney, New South Wales, 2000,

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Ontario election 2022: PC Lisa MacLeod at the lead in Nepean

Jun 3, 2022

Author of the article: Article content Progressive Conservative candidate Lisa MacLeod, with nearly 72.5 per cent of the polls reporting Thursday night, was leading her Liberal challenger, acute care nurse Tyler Watt. Advertisement 2 Article content Try refreshing your browser, or Ontario election 2022: PC Lisa MacLeod at the lead in Nepean Back to video MacLeod at that point had secured 39.8 per cent of the vote compared to 33.2 per cent for Watt and not quite 20 per cent for New Democratic Party candidate Brian Double. MacLeod held an event for campaign workers in a strip mall in south Barrhaven, where members of the media were told by the riding president they were not welcome unless their name was on a list. The campaign headquarters had earlier not returned calls from reporters seeking information about the event. Cheering could be heard around 10:00 p.m. as MacLeod greeted the crowd inside her campaign office. It would be the second straight victory for MacLeod under the riding’s current boundaries. The Liberals had placed third behind the NDP in the 2018 contest but that was considered an anomaly given the huge antipathy towards then-Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne. Advertisement 3 Article content Campaigning during the pandemic has certainly been a challenge for first-time candidate Watt, but there have been some uplifting moments. “We’ve been really lucky over the last little bit being able to actually knock on doors safely and have these really positive and amazing conversations,” Watt said. Tyler Watt speaks to volunteer Alison O’Brien following the closure of ballot stations at his office in Nepean. Photo by Emma Perreault /Postmedia “The most common message I got from people was that they were eager for change,” Watt said of his canvassing. “But one of the biggest things I’m going to take away from this campaign, regardless of what the result is in this election, is that I witnessed a lot of hope. “This entire experience has really given me hope again in people, in society.” Thursday’s early tally suggests MacLeod will post her weakest result in five general elections, despite the overall strong showing provincially by the Progressive Conservatives, who at press time held 41 per cent of the popular vote, a slight improvement over their showing in the 2018 general election. The slippage in Nepean might be attributable both to MacLeod’s low-profile campaign and Watt’s well-organized and energetic effort to unseat her. Advertisement 4 Article content None of the other candidates in Nepean had secured more than five per cent of the popular vote. Green Party candidate Kaitlyn Tremblay had 4.0 per cent of votes cast while New Blue candidate Kathleen Corriveau had tallied 2.2 per cent with 72.5 per cent of the polls in. Nepean is a rather vast riding, dominated by Barrhaven in the south and Bells Corners to the north. The Ottawa River forms the eastern boundary while Eagleson Road marks the western perimeter. Overall, the riding added nearly 14,000 people between 2016 and 2021, representing growth of 11.5 per cent. That was the third-fastest population increase among the 19 ridings in the capital region — behind only Carleton (up an astonishing 27.7 per cent) and Pontiac (a gain of 12.3 per cent). Overall, the capital area grew about seven per cent over the five-year period. Advertisement 5 Article content Remarkably, Nepean’s population growth slowed slightly from the previous census. The earlier growth was fuelled in part by visible minorities, who in 2016 made up one-third of the population compared to 26 per cent for Ottawa as a whole. South Asians were the most numerous within this group in the Nepean riding. The median age of 38.4 in the riding was lower than that for Ottawa by two years. The percentage of adults who were either married or living common-law was 62 compared to 56 for Ottawa in 2016. And Nepean’s households generally earned more — the median household income in 2015 was $102,000 compared to $86,000 for Ottawa. But in other important ways, the characteristics of residents in Nepean and Ottawa were virtually the same. For instance, 22 per cent of the workers in the riding of Nepean were in public administration, the same as for Ottawa. The percentage who earned a living in professional services and health services was an identical 10.9 percent and 11.5 percent, respectively. Similarly, with education, 65 per cent of adults in Nepean have a post-secondary degree as do 64 per cent across the city. In short, the riding exemplifies a prosperous, family-oriented community — one that has not done too badly financially during the pandemic. People who live there are usually disinclined to vote for change. -With files from Lynn Saxberg and Emma Perreault Advertisement 6 Article content Previous Gallery Image Merrilee Fullerton election night headquarters at The Burbs Pub before polls closed on Thursday, June 2, 2022. Photo by ERROL MCGIHON /Postmedia Conservative Goldie Ghamari has been re-elected in Carleton. Photo by Blair Crawford /Postmedia NDP MPP for Ottawa Centre, Joel Harden, celebrates his election victory with his family, friends and supporters in downtown Ottawa Thursday night. Photo by Tony Caldwell /Postmedia NDP MPP for Ottawa Centre, Joel Harden, celebrates his election victory with his family, friends and supporters in downtown Ottawa Thursday night. Photo by Tony Caldwell /Postmedia Tyler Watt speaks to volunteer Alison O'Brien at his office in Nepean following the closure of ballot stations. Photo by Emma Perreault /Postmedia Lisa MacLeod spoke to cheering supporters after she was re-elected on Thursday. Reporters were excluded from the event. Photo by Lynn Saxberg /Postmedia Liberal candidate Tyler Watt waits for results at his campaign office in Nepean. Photo by Emma Perreault /Postmedia Liberal incumbent MPP John Fraser at his "bittersweet" election night victory party at Hometown Sports Grill on Bank Street. Photo by Aedan Helmer /Postmedia Chandra Pasma, the NDP candidate for the Ottawa West Nepean riding, is congratulated by her family (including husband Matt Helleman, twins Luc and Clara, 9, and daughter Mira, 11) and supporters at the Barley Mow pub on Merivale following her tight victory over the PC incumbent Jeremy Roberts. Julie Oliver/Postmedia Photo by Julie Oliver /Postmedia Chandra Pasma, the NDP candidate for the Ottawa West Nepean riding, is congratulated by her family (including husband Matt Helleman, twins Luc and Clara, 9, and daughter Mira, 11) and supporters at the Barley Mow pub on Merivale following her tight victory over the PC incumbent Jeremy Roberts. Julie Oliver/Postmedia Photo by Julie Oliver /Postmedia Chandra Pasma, the NDP candidate for the Ottawa West Nepean riding, is congratulated by her family (including husband Matt Helleman, twins Luc and Clara, 9, and daughter Mira, 11) and supporters at the Barley Mow pub on Merivale following her tight victory over the PC incumbent Jeremy Roberts. Photo by Julie Oliver /Postmedia Chandra Pasma, the NDP candidate for the Ottawa West Nepean riding, is congratulated by her family (including husband Matt Helleman, twins Luc and Clara, 9, and daughter Mira, 11) and supporters at the Barley Mow pub on Merivale following her tight victory over the PC incumbent Jeremy Roberts. Photo by Julie Oliver /Postmedia Merrilee Fullerton arrives victorious on election night at The Burbs Pub & Eatery on Thursday, June 2, 2022. “Politics can be very divisive, but it should be about how we include people, how we make things better, how we get things done for people,” she said Thursday night. Photo by ERROL MCGIHON /Postmedia Merrilee Fullerton arrives victorious on election night at The Burbs Pub & Eatery. Photo by ERROL MCGIHON /Postmedia Merrilee Fullerton arrives victorious on election night at The Burbs Pub. Photo by ERROL MCGIHON /Postmedia NDP MPP for Ottawa Centre Joel Harden celebrates his election victory with his family, friends and supporters in downtown Ottawa Thursday night. Photo by Tony Caldwell /Postmedia NDP MPP for Ottawa Centre Joel Harden celebrates his election victory with his family, friends and supporters in downtown Ottawa Thursday night. Photo by Tony Caldwell /Postmedia Ottawa-Vanier Liberal incumbent Lucille Collard greets supporters at her watch party turned victory party, having secured her return to Queen's Park. Photo by Taylor Blewett /Postmedia Next Gallery Image

Merivale Acquisitions

1 Acquisition

Merivale acquired 1 company. Their latest acquisition was Royal Hotel Bondi on November 09, 2017.

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11/9/2017

$99M

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Merivale Partners & Customers

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Merivale has 1 strategic partners and customers. Merivale recently partnered with SevenRooms on October 10, 2021.

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10/18/2021

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Merivale Selects SevenRooms to Enhance Guest Experience Across 50 Venues.

SYDNEY -LRB- 18 October 2021 -RRB- -- SevenRooms , a guest experience and retention platform for the hospitality industry , has partnered with Merivale , one of Australia 's largest hospitality groups .

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10/18/2021

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Merivale Selects SevenRooms to Enhance Guest Experience Across 50 Venues.

SYDNEY -LRB- 18 October 2021 -RRB- -- SevenRooms , a guest experience and retention platform for the hospitality industry , has partnered with Merivale , one of Australia 's largest hospitality groups .

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