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|Candidate||Total votes||% of total votes||Notes|
|Total valid votes||26,959||100|
Source: "Cousineau wins, Luck continues to contest result," Ottawa Citizen, 16 November 1987, C1.
Source: "Election results for South Shore boards," Montreal Gazette, 16 November 1987, A6. All candidates apparently won without opposition.
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