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FEDERAL ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES COMMISSION
FOR THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO

PROPOSAL

Preamble

The number of electoral districts represented in the House of Commons is derived from the formula and rules set out in sections 51 and 51A of the Constitution Act, 1867. This formula takes into account changes to provincial population, as reflected in population estimates in the year of the most recent decennial census. The increase to Canada’s population in the past 10 years has resulted in a change to the total number of electoral districts represented in the House of Commons, from 308 to 338. Between the censuses of 2001 and 2011, the population of Ontario increased from 11,410,046 to 12,851,821. The number of electoral districts in Ontario increased from 106 to 121.

The Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for the Province of Ontario was established by proclamation on February 21, 2012, as required under the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (R.S.C. 1985, c. E-3, as amended). The Commission is an independent body with the responsibility to readjust the electoral boundaries in the province of Ontario after the completion of the decennial census. The Chairperson of the Commission, appointed by the Chief Justice of Ontario, is Mr. Justice George Valin of the Superior Court of Justice. The members of the Commission, appointed by the Speaker of the House of Commons, are Mr. Douglas Colbourne, an arbitrator and mediator from Toronto with extensive knowledge and experience in municipal matters across the province, and Dr. Leslie A. Pal, Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University.

Process for Electoral Readjustment

The process for readjusting federal electoral boundaries is established by the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act. The process is as follows:

  1. The Commission proposes boundaries for electoral districts, which are contained in its proposed redistribution plan.
  2. The redistribution plan is published in newspaper advertisements (and on the Commission website at www.federal-redistribution.ca). It contains maps of the proposed electoral boundaries, and indicates the times and locations of public hearings. Interested individuals may appear at the hearings to express their views on the Commission’s proposal, after notifying the Commission in writing of their intention to make representations. Written notification must take place within 23 days after the date of the publication of the last advertisement.
  3. After the public hearings, the Commission reviews its initial redistribution plan, makes revisions where appropriate, and submits its final report to the Chief Electoral Officer of Canada. The final report is required no later than February 21, 2013.
  4. The report is transmitted to the House of Commons and is examined by a parliamentary committee. The committee has 30 days (or longer if the House of Commons is not sitting) to discuss any objections to the report.
  5. Once Parliament has considered the report, it is returned to the Commission along with the objections, the minutes and evidence of the House of Commons committee. The Commission then decides whether to make any modifications to its report and provides a final certified copy of its report to the Chief Electoral Officer of Canada.
  6. Once the Chief Electoral Officer of Canada has received the final reports of all commissions, a draft order is prepared, referred to as a “representation order”, describing and naming the electoral districts established by all the commissions.
  7. Within five days of receiving the draft representation order, the Governor in Council must publicly announce the new boundaries in a proclamation, which must then be published in the Canada Gazette.
  8. The new boundaries cannot be used in an election until at least seven months have passed between the date that the representation order was proclaimed and the date that Parliament is dissolved for a general election.

Notice of Sittings for the Hearing of Representations

The Commission will hold public sittings for the hearing of representations about its proposal at the following places:

  • Kenora — Best Western Lakeside Inn & Conference Centre, Cascade Ballroom, 470 1st Avenue South, Tuesday, October 9, 2012 at 2 p.m.
  • Thunder Bay — Best Western Plus Nor’Wester Hotel & Conference Centre, Pointe du Meuron Room, 2080 Highway 61, Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at 2 p.m.
  • Sudbury — City Hall, Council Chamber, Tom Davies Square, 200 Brady Street, Thursday, October 11, 2012 at 2 p.m.
  • New Liskeard — Riverside Place, 55 Riverside Drive, Monday, October 15, 2012 at 1 p.m.
  • North Bay — Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites, Garland Room, 1325 Seymour Street, Tuesday, October 16, 2012 at 11 a.m.
  • Barrie — City Hall, Rotunda, 70 Collier Street, Wednesday, October 17, 2012 at 2 p.m.
  • Richmond Hill — Sheraton Parkway Toronto North Hotel & Suites, Aurora Room, 600 Highway 7 East, Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 11 a.m. and Friday, October 19, 2012 at 10 a.m.
  • Windsor — Holiday Inn Downtown Windsor, Windsor Room, 430 Ouellette Avenue, Monday, October 22, 2012 at 1 p.m.
  • London — Four Points by Sheraton, Kensington Room, 1150 Wellington Road South, Tuesday, October 23, 2012 at 1 p.m.
  • Cambridge — City Hall, Council Chambers, 46 Dickson Street, Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at 11 a.m.
  • Hamilton — Crowne Plaza Hamilton Hotel & Conference Centre, Pavilion A Room, 150 King Street East, Thursday, October 25, 2012 at 11 a.m. and Courtyard by Marriott Hamilton Hotel, Hamilton Boardroom, 1224 Upper James Street, Friday, October 26, 2012 at 10 a.m.
  • Niagara Falls — City Hall, Council Chambers, 4310 Queen Street, Monday, October 29, 2012 at 1 p.m.
  • Oakville — Holiday Inn & Suites, 2525 Wyecroft Road, Tuesday, October 30, 2012 at 1 p.m.
  • Mississauga — Central Library, Classroom No. 3, 301 Burnhamthorpe Road West, Wednesday, October 31, 2012 at 10 a.m.
  • Brampton — Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott, Bramalea Room, 150 Westcreek Boulevard, Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 10 a.m. and Friday, November 2, 2012 at 10 a.m.
  • Ottawa — Hampton Inn & Conference Centre, 200 Coventry Road, Monday, November 5, 2012 at 10 a.m. and Tuesday, November 6, 2012 at 10 a.m.
  • Kingston — Radisson Hotel Kingston Harbourfront, St. Laurent Room, 1 Johnson Street, Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 10 a.m.
  • Belleville — Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites, Don Ross Meeting Rooms A and B, 291 North Front Street, Thursday, November 8, 2012 at 11 a.m. and Friday, November 9, 2012 at 10 a.m.
  • Cobourg — Best Western Plus Cobourg Inn & Convention Centre, Ballroom B, 930 Burnham Street, Monday, November 12, 2012 at 1 p.m.
  • Oshawa — Quality Hotel & Conference Centre, Guild West Room, 1011 Bloor Street East, Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at 11 a.m.
  • Toronto — North York Civic Centre, 5100 Yonge Street, Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 10 a.m. and Metro Hall, 55 John Street, Thursday, November 15, 2012 at 11:30 a.m.

Requirements for Making Submissions During Commission Hearings

The Commission will conduct hearings in all regions of Ontario to hear representations concerning the boundaries and names it has proposed.

The Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act requires advance notice for all presentations before any Commission hearings. The relevant subsection of the Act states:

19. (5) No representation shall be heard by a commission at any sittings held by it for the hearing of representations from interested persons unless notice in writing is given to the secretary of the commission within 23 days after the date of the publication of the last advertisement under subsection (2), stating the name and address of the person who seeks to make the representation and indicating concisely the nature of the representation and of the interest of the person.

All notices of intent to make representations must be received or postmarked no later than October 1, 2012, and must be addressed to:

Ms. Beverly Hayter
Commission Secretary
Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for the Province of Ontario
130 King Street West, Suite 3670
P.O. Box 368
Toronto, ON
M5X 2A2

Faxed notices (1-855-747-7225), e-mailed notices (ontario@ rfed-rcf.ca) and mailed representations (to the address above) will be accepted provided they have a name and address that can be confirmed.

Notices may also be submitted electronically by completing the online form available at www.federal-redistribution.ca under Ontario > Public Hearings.

Rules for Making Representations

  1. The rules are made under the authority of section 18 of the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. E-3, as amended.
  2. The rules may be cited as the “Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for Ontario (Hearing of Representation) Rules, 2012”.
  3. In these rules:
    • (a) “Act” means the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. E-3, as amended;

    • (b) “advertisement” means the advertisement required by subsection 19(2) of the Act;

    • (c) “Commission” means the Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for the Province of Ontario established by proclamation on February 21, 2012;

    • (d) “Commission Secretary” means the secretary of the Commission;

    • (e) “notice” means a notice of intention to make a representation, given in writing to the Commission Secretary within the time limit established by subsection 19(5) of the Act;

    • (f) “sitting” means a sitting held for the hearing of representations in accordance with section 19 of the Act.
  4. A person giving notice shall name the proposed electoral district or electoral districts that are to be the subject of his or her representation.
  5. For the purpose of interpreting subsection 19(5) of the Act, notice shall be considered to have been given when it is mailed, and the postmark on the envelope containing the notice shall be accepted as proof of the date of its mailing.
  6. For the purpose of interpreting subsection 19(5) of the Act, notice shall be considered to have been given where mailed electronically and received by the Commission Secretary within the required time.
  7. Where a written representation is received by the Commission Secretary without notice of intention to appear at a sitting, the Commission Secretary shall forthwith invite the person sending the representation to appear at an appropriate sitting.
  8. If the sender of the written representation informs the Commission Secretary that he or she cannot appear at the sitting, the Commission Secretary shall ask the sender for consent to make the written representation public at the sitting.
  9. In accordance with subsection 19(5) of the Act, no representation shall be heard by the Commission at any sitting unless notice in writing is given to the Commission, stating the name and address of the person who seeks to make the representation, and indicating concisely the nature of the representation and the interest of the person.
  10. Unless the sender of the written representation indicates otherwise in writing, a copy of the representation shall be made available at the sitting for examination by any person making a representation there.
  11. Where the sender of the written representation indicates in writing that the representation may not be made public, the Commission shall not consider the written representation.
  12. If no notice is received for a sitting, the Commission may cancel the sitting.
  13. If a quorum of commissioners cannot be present at a sitting, the Commission may provide the hearing of representations by one member of the Commission pursuant to section 18 of the Act or may postpone the sitting to a later date.
  14. In the event of the postponement or cancellation of a sitting, the Commission shall give public notice of such postponement or cancellation and the Commission Secretary shall notify any person who has given notice and has not been heard.
  15. Only one person shall be heard in the presentation of any single representation, including a representation on behalf of an association or group, unless the Commission, at its discretion, decides otherwise.
  16. A person giving notice to make a representation shall indicate the official language in which it is to be made and accommodation needs he or she may have.
  17. If it appears at a sitting that the Commission cannot complete the hearing of representations within the allotted time, the Commission may adjourn the sitting to a later date at the same place or at another place, having regard to the convenience of those whose representations have not been heard.
  18. The Commission may restrict the time period for oral presentations where conditions so warrant.

Reasons for the Proposed Electoral Boundaries

General Notes

Parliament has determined that Ontario should have 15 additional electoral districts, raising the total number of electoral districts in the province from 106 to 121. When readjusting electoral boundaries, the Commission is required to apply the principles contained in the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act. The Act directs the Commission to ensure that the population in each electoral district shall, as closely as reasonably possible, correspond to the electoral quota for the province. The quota for electoral districts in Ontario is 106,213, which is established by dividing the census population by the number of electoral districts assigned to the province.

The Act permits the Commission to depart from the quota where necessary or desirable in order to:

  • respect the community of interest or community of identity in, or the historical pattern of an electoral district in the province, or
  • maintain a manageable geographic size for electoral districts in sparsely populated, rural or northern regions of the province.

When considering these factors, the Commission must make every effort to ensure that, except in circumstances it views as extraordinary, the population of each electoral district in the province remains within 25% (plus or minus) of the electoral quota. The upper limit of deviation from the quota is 132,766, and the lower limit of deviation from the quota is 79,660.

The remainder of this proposal outlines changes and gives narrative descriptions of all proposed electoral districts. Schedule A contains two tables with the names of the current and proposed electoral districts, their populations and their variance from the provincial quota. Schedule B contains legal descriptions and maps of the proposed electoral districts.

Overall Approach

Population shifts and increases, efforts to honour existing municipal boundaries whenever possible, and the establishment of 15 new electoral districts have required substantial adjustment to Ontario’s electoral map.

Although the Commission preferred to retain current electoral boundaries where possible, it could not always accomplish this. No one electoral district can be considered in isolation from the others immediately surrounding it. Any change to one boundary has an inherent effect on at least one adjoining electoral district. The Commission endeavoured to respect existing municipal boundaries whenever possible. However, in some instances, the location and density of population growth required the Commission to establish electoral districts that crossed municipal boundaries.

Proposals for an electoral district are not acceptable merely on the basis that they are within the allowable 25% variance from the quota. The primary consideration in the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act is that the population of each electoral district in the province be as close to the provincial quota as is reasonably possible. If an electoral district contains a population that is significantly larger than the quota, it is underrepresented. Similarly, an electoral district with a significantly smaller population is overrepresented. However, the principle of representation by population cannot be perfectly implemented. It is virtually impossible to establish an electoral map for 121 electoral districts of equal population that reflects existing municipal boundaries, that recognizes the distinctions between urban, rural and remote communities, and that takes into account community of interest or identity, and historical attachment.

The primary population trends in the past decade have been an increase in Southern Ontario, especially in the area surrounding the City of Toronto, and a slight decrease in Northern Ontario. According to the 2011 Census, 24 electoral districts currently exceed the allowable 25% variance from the quota. Two electoral districts have populations below the minimum allowable variance from the quota, and 22 electoral districts have populations in excess of the maximum allowable variance. These electoral districts vary in size from 55,977 (Kenora, which is substantially overrepresented at 47.30% below the provincial quota) to 228,997 (Oak Ridges—Markham, which is seriously underrepresented at 115.60% above the quota).

In addition to readjusting the boundaries of many electoral districts, the Commission created 15 new electoral districts to conform to the number assigned to the province. The new electoral districts are located in the following areas: Brampton (2), Cambridge, Durham (2), Hamilton, Markham (2), Mississauga, Oakville, Ottawa, Simcoe, Toronto (2) and York.

Unless stated otherwise, all population numbers below refer to the proposed electoral districts.

NORTHERN ONTARIO

The southern boundary of the region of the province commonly known as Northern Ontario is defined by a line running from Georgian Bay in the west to the Ottawa River in the east, along the southern boundaries of the current electoral districts of Parry Sound—Muskoka and Nipissing—Timiskaming.

The Province of Ontario occupies a landmass of 1,067,259 square kilometres. Northern Ontario occupies a landmass of 939,870 square kilometres, or 87.77% of the total area of the province. Southern Ontario occupies 127,389 square kilometres, or 12.23% of the total area of the province.

The 2011 Census confirmed the continuing trend of declining population in Northern Ontario and of rapid urban growth in Southern Ontario. The population of the region has decreased slightly from 838,812 in 2001 to 832,014 in 2011.

Northern Ontario currently has 10 electoral districts. If the determination of electoral districts for Northern Ontario were based solely on the principle of representation by population according to the quota, the region would be allocated only eight electoral districts, a decrease of two.

The Commission is not prepared to enforce strict adherence to that method of assigning electoral districts. Given the vast area of the region, the Commission believes that a minimum of 10 electoral districts is required in order for citizens of Northern Ontario to have effective representation. The Commission is of the view that it is reasonable to have 10 electoral districts for close to 88% of the area of the province, particularly when there remain 111 electoral districts to assign to the rest of the province. This decision is consistent with the provisions of the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act, which permit the Commission to look beyond the principle of representation by population to consider manageable geographic size for sparsely populated, rural or northern regions.

The previous commission invoked the extraordinary circumstances provision for the current electoral district of Kenora because its population fell substantially below the maximum allowable variance of 25% from the provincial quota. In doing so, the previous commission was able to establish boundaries for the remaining nine electoral districts in Northern Ontario with populations that fell within the allowable variance of 25% below the provincial quota.

This Commission received numerous submissions from throughout the region. Some advocated at a minimum to maintain the status quo. Others advocated an increase in the number of electoral districts assigned to Northern Ontario by establishing a separate and smaller population quota, or by making wider use of the extraordinary circumstances provision to ignore the lower limit of variance from the quota.

Although the Commission is independent, it is nevertheless a creature of statute and is governed by the provisions of the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act. The Commission does not legislate, nor is it entitled to ignore the provisions of the legislation by which it is governed. The Commission is of the view that it cannot establish a lower population quota for Northern Ontario, nor can it make widespread use of the extraordinary circumstances provision to circumvent the provincial population quota because those provisions are by definition “extraordinary”. Any changes to the legislation are matters for Parliament to determine.

It is the Commission’s decision that, given the geographic size and relatively sparse population of the electoral district of Kenora, there are reasonable grounds to apply the extraordinary circumstances provision of the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act to that electoral district. There is sufficient population in the balance of Northern Ontario to create nine electoral districts, each of which falls within the maximum allowable variance of 25% below the quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of KENORA be comprised of the current electoral district, whose population is substantially below the maximum negative variance from the provincial quota, plus that portion added by extending the southerly boundary of the electoral district to include the Township of Lake of the Woods. There are a number of First Nation communities within that township. The Commission believes their community of interest is more closely tied to Kenora than to Thunder Bay. It has a population of 56,641 and is 46.67% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of THUNDER BAY—RAINY RIVER be comprised of the current electoral district, less the Township of Lake of the Woods, which has been added to the proposed electoral district of Kenora. It has a population of 82,320 and is 22.50% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of THUNDER BAY—SUPERIOR NORTH be comprised of the current electoral district, plus the westerly portion of the current electoral district of Algoma—Manitoulin—Kapuskasing. This includes the Township of Manitouwadge, which claims to have a closer community of interest with Thunder Bay. It has a population of 83,126 and is 21.74% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of Algoma—Manitoulin—Kapuskasing be renamed ALGOMA—MANITOULIN—KILLARNEY. It is comprised of the current electoral district, adjusted as follows: less the westerly portion assigned to the proposed electoral district of Thunder Bay—Superior North; less that portion of the Highway No. 11 West corridor lying north of Algoma, Unorganized, North Part assigned to the proposed electoral district of Timmins—Cochrane—James Bay (because the community of interest of the communities along that highway is more closely connected to that proposed electoral district); plus a portion of Sudbury, Unorganized, North Part; plus a portion of the current electoral district of Nickel Belt lying south and east of the current electoral district of Sudbury, from the community of Coniston in the north to the Municipality of Killarney in the south, including the western portion of the Municipality of French River; plus a portion of the current electoral district of Sudbury lying west of the community of Copper Cliff. It has a population of 79,708 and is 24.95% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of SAULT STE. MARIE remain unchanged. It has a population of 88,869 and is 16.33% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of Timmins—James Bay be renamed TIMMINS—COCHRANE—JAMES BAY and that its boundaries be extended south to the northerly boundary of Algoma, Unorganized, North Part, including the Highway No. 11 West corridor from the Town of Smooth Rock Falls to west of the Town of Hearst. The Commission further proposes to remove that portion of the current electoral district lying west and south of the Town of Kirkland Lake, up to the northerly boundaries of Sudbury, Unorganized, North Part and of the current electoral district of Nipissing—Timiskaming, and assign it to the proposed electoral district of Nickel Belt—Timiskaming. It has a population of 93,918 and is 11.58% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of SUDBURY be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion lying west of the community of Copper Cliff assigned to the proposed electoral district of Algoma—Manitoulin—Killarney, plus a portion of the current electoral district of Nickel Belt lying north of the Highway No. 17 bypass. It has a population of 85,263 and is 19.72% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of Nickel Belt be renamed NICKEL BELT—TIMISKAMING and that its boundaries be readjusted as follows: by assigning to the proposed electoral district of Algoma—Manitoulin—Killarney a portion of Sudbury, Unorganized, North Part and parts of Greater Sudbury lying south of Highway No. 17, including the community of Coniston, part of Sudbury, Unorganized, North Part, part of the Municipality of French River, and all of the Municipality of Killarney; by assigning a portion of Nipissing First Nation lying along the shore of Lake Nipissing to the proposed electoral district of Nipissing; by adding that portion of the current electoral district of Timmins—James Bay lying west and south of the Town of Kirkland Lake as described above; and by adding that portion of the current electoral district of Nipissing—Timiskaming lying north of the intersection of Highways No. 11 and 64. This creates an electoral district with a significant community of interest in agriculture and language. It has a population of 93,707 and is 11.77% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of Nipissing—Timiskaming return to its former name of NIPISSING and that its boundaries be adjusted by assigning that portion of the electoral district lying north of the intersection of Highways No. 11 and 64 to the proposed electoral district of Nickel Belt—Timiskaming, and by adding that portion of Nipissing First Nation that is in the current electoral district of Nickel Belt. Also added are portions of the current electoral district of Parry Sound—Muskoka, including: a portion of Parry Sound, Unorganized, North East Part; the townships of Machar, Strong and Joly; the villages of South River and Sundridge; and the northeast portion of Parry Sound, Unorganized, Centre Part east of a line drawn south from the southerly boundary of Dokis First Nation to the southerly limit of Parry Sound, Unorganized, Centre Part. It has a population of 83,821 and is 21.08% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of PARRY SOUND—MUSKOKA be comprised of the current electoral district, less the northeast portion assigned to the proposed electoral district of Nipissing. It has a population of 84,641 and is 20.31% below the provincial quota.

SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO

Windsor and Chatham-Kent

The total population of the four electoral districts in this area is 465,958. The increase in population does not warrant an additional electoral district. The Commission is responding to submissions received by proposing boundary changes that return the rural part of the electoral district of Windsor—Tecumseh to the electoral district of Essex. As well, the Commission has added the urban development north of the former City of Chatham to the proposed electoral district of Chatham-Kent.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of WINDSOR WEST remain unchanged. It has a population of 118,973 and is 12.01% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of WINDSOR—TECUMSEH be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion lying south of Highway No. 401. It has a population of 113,783 and is 7.13% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of ESSEX be comprised of the current electoral district, less the Township of Pelee assigned to the proposed electoral district of Chatham-Kent, plus that portion of the current electoral district of Windsor—Tecumseh lying south of Highway No. 401. It has a population of 127,452 and is 20.00% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of Chatham-Kent—Essex be renamed CHATHAM-KENT. It is comprised of the current electoral district, plus the following: that portion of the current electoral district of Lambton—Kent—Middlesex which contains urban development tied to the former City of Chatham; and the Township of Pelee, assigned from the current electoral district of Essex. It has a population of 106,636 and is 0.40% above the provincial quota.

Sarnia

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of SARNIA—LAMBTON remain unchanged. It has a population of 106,293 and is 0.08% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of HURON—BRUCE remain unchanged. It has a population of 104,842 and is 1.29% below the provincial quota.

London, Oxford, Elgin and Middlesex

The six electoral districts covering London and adjacent areas have a combined population of 679,136. That population does not warrant another electoral district. The three City of London electoral districts have a combined population of 352,318, for an average of 117,439. The Commission proposes to adjust the boundary between two of the City of London electoral districts, which have the highest and lowest populations in the region, to balance the populations more closely.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of LAMBTON—KENT—MIDDLESEX be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion assigned to the proposed electoral district of Chatham-Kent. It has a population of 105,919 and is 0.28% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of LONDON NORTH CENTRE remain unchanged. It has a population of 117,899 and is 11.00% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of ELGIN—MIDDLESEX—LONDON remain unchanged. It has a population of 114,294 and is 7.61% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of LONDON—FANSHAWE be comprised of the current electoral district, plus that portion of the current electoral district of London West bounded on the north by the Thames River, on the east by the north–south rail line, on the south by Commissioners Road East, and on the west by Ridout Street South. It has a population of 115,685 and is 8.92% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of LONDON WEST be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion assigned to the proposed electoral district of London—Fanshawe. It has a population of 118,734 and is 11.79% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of OXFORD remain unchanged. It has a population of 105,719 and is 0.47% below the provincial quota.

CENTRAL SOUTH ONTARIO

Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Brantford

The five current electoral districts containing the cities of Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Brantford have a combined population of 644,198, which warrants an additional electoral district. The cities of Waterloo and Cambridge have populations sufficient to establish electoral districts within their municipal boundaries. The population of the City of Kitchener is too large for a single electoral district, so the Commission proposes to divide it between three electoral districts. The City of Brantford does not have sufficient population to form an electoral district on its own. The current electoral district of Brant is comprised of the City of Brantford and the County of Brant, with a total population of 137,102. In order to accommodate the new electoral district in this area and to balance population, the Commission proposes to adjust the boundaries of the current electoral district of Brant north of the City of Brantford.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of KITCHENER—CONESTOGA be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion assigned to the proposed new electoral district of Kitchener South—North Dumfries—Brant, plus that portion of the City of Kitchener lying east of the Conestoga Parkway and Highway No. 8. It has a population of 101,432 and is 4.50% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes an electoral district named WATERLOO, comprised of the City of Waterloo. It has a population of 98,780 and is 7.00% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of KITCHENER CENTRE be comprised of that portion of the City of Kitchener bounded by the Conestoga Parkway and the westerly and northerly boundaries of the city. It has a population of 92,946 and is 12.49% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes a new electoral district named KITCHENER SOUTH—NORTH DUMFRIES—BRANT, comprised of: that portion of the City of Kitchener contained in the current electoral district of Kitchener—Conestoga; the Township of North Dumfries; and that portion of the current electoral district of Brant lying north of Highway No. 403 and of the northern boundary of the City of Brantford. It has a population of 108,391, and is 2.05% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of CAMBRIDGE be comprised of the City of Cambridge. It has a population of 126,748 and is 19.33% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of BRANT be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion lying north of Highway No. 403 and of the northern boundary of the City of Brantford. It has a population of 115,901 and is 9.12% above the provincial quota.

Haldimand and Norfolk

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of HALDIMAND—NORFOLK remain unchanged. It has a population of 108,051 and is 1.73% above the provincial quota.

Guelph and Wellington

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of PERTH—WELLINGTON remain unchanged. It has a population of 104,912 and is 1.22% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of WELLINGTON—HALTON HILLS remain unchanged. It has a population of 115,880 and is 9.10% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of GUELPH remain unchanged. It has a population of 121,688 and is 14.57% above the provincial quota.

HALTON, HAMILTON AND NIAGARA

Burlington, Oakville and Halton

The current electoral districts of Oakville and Halton have a combined population of 323,086. This warrants the creation of one new electoral district.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of OAKVILLE be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion lying above Upper Middle Road East. It has a population of 106,648 and is 0.41% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of HALTON be comprised of: that portion of the current electoral district of Oakville lying above Upper Middle Road East; the balance of the Town of Oakville lying north of Upper Middle Road; and that portion of the City of Burlington lying south of No. 1 Side Road and east of Appleby Line, then south of Dundas Street and east of Walkers Line. It has a population of 106,958 and is 0.70% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of BURLINGTON remain unchanged. Although the population has increased, the Commission is of the view that the increase does not warrant a change of boundaries. Any change in boundaries will result in similarly unequal voter representation in adjoining electoral districts. It has a population of 119,615 and is 12.62% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes a new electoral district named MILTON, comprised of the Town of Milton and the balance of the City of Burlington not assigned to other electoral districts. It has a population of 109,440 and is 3.04% above the provincial quota.

Hamilton and Niagara

This region currently has eight electoral districts with a total population of 951,295. That population warrants the creation of one additional electoral district.

The Commission proposes an electoral district named ANCASTER, comprised of those portions of the communities of Ancaster, Dundas and Westdale lying south of the rail line and north of the hydroelectric transmission line, bordered on the east by the proposed electoral districts of Burlington, Hamilton Mountain and Hamilton Centre, and on the west by Highway No. 52 North and Trinity Road. Also included are a portion of the south end of the current electoral district of Hamilton Centre lying south of the escarpment, and a portion of the southwest corner of the current electoral district of Hamilton Mountain. It has a population of 104,815 and is 1.32% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes a new electoral district named WATERDOWN—GLANBROOK, comprised of the current electoral district of Ancaster—Dundas—Flamborough—Westdale, less that portion assigned to the proposed electoral district of Ancaster, plus the western portion of the current electoral district of Niagara West—Glanbrook bounded on the east by the municipal boundary of the Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth, plus that portion of the current electoral district of Hamilton Mountain lying south of Rymal Road. It has a population of 97,081 and is 8.60% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of HAMILTON CENTRE be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion lying south of the escarpment assigned to the proposed electoral district of Ancaster, plus that portion of the current electoral district of Hamilton East—Stoney Creek lying west of Kenilworth Avenue North and south of Burlington Street East. It has a population of 101,932 and is 4.03% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of HAMILTON MOUNTAIN be comprised of the current electoral district, less the following: that portion of the southwest corner bounded by Garth Street to the east and Stone Church Road to the south, assigned to the proposed electoral district of Ancaster; and that portion lying south of Rymal Road, assigned to the proposed electoral district of Waterdown—Glanbrook. It has a population of 108,335 and is 2.00% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of HAMILTON EAST—STONEY CREEK be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion lying west of Kenilworth Avenue North and south of Burlington Street East assigned to the proposed electoral district of Hamilton Centre. It has a population of 107,786 and is 1.48% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of Niagara West—Glanbrook be renamed NIAGARA WEST. It is comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion of the City of Hamilton assigned to the proposed electoral district of Waterdown—Glanbrook, plus the City of Thorold, plus that portion of the City of St. Catharines in the current electoral district of Welland lying south of St. Paul Street West and Glendale Avenue. It has a population of 115,563 and is 8.80% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of ST. CATHARINES remain unchanged. It has a population of 112,015 and is 5.46% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of NIAGARA FALLS be comprised of the current electoral district, less the Town of Fort Erie assigned to the proposed electoral district of Welland—Fort Erie. This change is proposed because the Commission considers the census population of 128,357 to be too high for one electoral district. It has a population of 98,397 and is 7.36% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of Welland be renamed WELLAND—FORT ERIE. It is comprised of the cities of Welland and Port Colborne, the Town of Fort Erie and the Township of Wainfleet. It has a population of 105,371 and is 0.79% below the provincial quota.

GEORGIAN BAY, BARRIE AND SIMCOE

The Simcoe region currently has six electoral districts with a total population of 742,879. That population is sufficient to warrant seven electoral districts. The population of the City of Barrie has increased dramatically during the past 10 years and is too high for one electoral district. The options were to split the city on an east–west basis, using Highway No. 400 as a boundary, or on a north–south basis. The majority of submissions that the Commission received from citizens of the area favoured a north–south split.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of BRUCE—GREY—OWEN SOUND be comprised of: the City of Owen Sound; the towns of Hanover, The Blue Mountains and South Bruce Peninsula; the municipalities of West Grey, Grey Highlands, Arran-Elderslie, Meaford and Northern Bruce Peninsula; and the townships of Southgate, Chatsworth and Georgian Bluffs. It has a population of 112,928 and is 6.32% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of SIMCOE—GREY be comprised of: the towns of Collingwood, Wasaga Beach and New Tecumseth; and the townships of Clearview, Mulmur, Adjala-Tosorontio and Essa. It has a population of 113,245 and is 6.62% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of SIMCOE NORTH be comprised of: the City of Orillia; the towns of Midland and Penetanguishene; and the townships of Ramara, Severn, Tay and Tiny. It has a population of 101,041 and is 4.87% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes an electoral district named BARRIE NORTH, comprised of that portion of the City of Barrie lying north of Dunlop Street West and east of Bayfield Street, plus the townships of Springwater and Oro-Medonte. It has a population of 102,361 and is 3.63% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes a new electoral district named BARRIE SOUTH, comprised of that portion of the City of Barrie lying south of Dunlop Street West and west of Bayfield Street, plus the Town of Innisfil. It has a population of 104,730 and is 1.40% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of YORK—SIMCOE be comprised of: the towns of Georgina, East Gwillimbury and Bradford West Gwillimbury; that portion of the Township of Uxbridge lying north of Davis Drive; and that portion of the Township of King lying north of Davis Drive West (Highway No. 9). It has a population of 98,578 and is 7.19% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of DUFFERIN—CALEDON be comprised of: the towns of Shelburne, Caledon, Orangeville and Mono; and the townships of Melancthon, Amaranth, East Luther Grand Valley and East Garafraxa. It has a population of 112,950 and is 6.34% above the provincial quota.

BRAMPTON AND MISSISSAUGA

The cities of Brampton and Mississauga continue to expand. The electoral districts in this region require significant realignment of current boundaries to adjust to the provincial quota. In realigning boundaries, no one electoral district could be considered in isolation, and this, together with scattered pockets of urban development, resulted in major boundary changes. In attempting to respect the boundaries of the individual municipalities, the Commission reduced the electoral districts which cross municipal boundaries from two to one.

Brampton

The three current electoral districts of the City of Brampton have a total population of 545,296, justifying the creation of two new electoral districts.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of BRAMPTON WEST be comprised of that portion of the current electoral district lying north of Bovaird Drive West and the rail line to Main Street North, plus a portion of the current electoral district of Brampton—Springdale lying west of Kennedy Road North and north of Bovaird Drive East. It has a population of 115,391 and is 8.64% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes a new electoral district named BRAMPTON SOUTH, comprised of that portion of the current electoral district of Brampton West lying south of Bovaird Drive West and the rail line to Main Street North, plus that portion of the current electoral district of Mississauga—Brampton South lying north of the boundary of the City of Mississauga and west of Hurontario Street. It has a population of 114,434 and is 7.74% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes a new electoral district named BRAMPTON NORTH, comprised of portions of the current electoral districts of Bramalea—Gore—Malton and Brampton—Springdale. It is bounded as follows: on the north by the boundary of the City of Brampton; on the east by Torbram Road, Sandalwood Parkway East and Airport Road; on the south by Williams Parkway East; and on the west by Highway No. 410 north to Bovaird Drive East, then westerly on Bovaird Drive East to Kennedy Road North, then north to the municipal boundary. It has a population of 106,519 and is 0.29% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes an electoral district named BRAMPTON CENTRE, comprised of: a portion of the current electoral district of Brampton—Springdale; a portion of the current electoral district of Mississauga—Brampton South lying north of the boundary of the City of Mississauga and east of Hurontario Street; a portion of the current electoral district of Brampton West bounded by Queen Street East and Main Street North; and a portion of the current electoral district of Bramalea—Gore—Malton lying west of Airport Road, north of the municipal boundary and south of Williams Parkway East. It has a population of 109,158 and is 2.77% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of Bramalea—Gore—Malton be renamed BRAMPTON—GORE, as it no longer contains the communities of Malton and Bramalea. It is comprised of that portion of the current electoral district lying east of Torbram Road, north of Sandalwood Parkway East and east of Airport Road as well as north of Morning Star Drive, east of Goreway Drive and north of Derry Road East. It has a population of 108,614 and is 2.26% above the provincial quota.

Mississauga

The five current electoral districts of the City of Mississauga have a population of 692,018, justifying the creation of one additional electoral district.

The Commission proposes an electoral district named MISSISSAUGA WEST—STREETSVILLE. It is comprised of the current electoral district of Mississauga—Streetsville, less that portion lying east of the Credit River and Creditview Road assigned to the proposed electoral district of Mississauga North, plus the northwesterly portion of the current electoral district of Mississauga—Brampton South lying west of Second Line West to the northern municipal boundary of the City of Mississauga. It has a population of 110,004 and is 3.57% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes an electoral district named MISSISSAUGA—ERIN MILLS, comprised of that portion of the current electoral district of Mississauga—Erindale lying west of Mississauga Road. It has a population of 115,493 and is 8.74% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes a new electoral district named MISSISSAUGA CENTRE, comprised of portions of the current electoral districts of Mississauga—Erindale, Mississauga East—Cooksville and Mississauga—Brampton South. It is bounded on the north by Eglinton Avenue West, on the east by Hurontario Street, on the south by Queensway West and the Credit River, and on the west by Mississauga Road. It has a population of 116,619 and is 9.80% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of MISSISSAUGA SOUTH remain unchanged. It has a population of 112,583 and is 6.00% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes an electoral district named MISSISSAUGA NORTH, comprised of portions of the current electoral districts of Mississauga—Brampton South, Bramalea—Gore—Malton and Mississauga—Streetsville. It is bounded on the north and east by the City of Mississauga municipal boundaries, on the south by Eglinton Avenue, and on the west by Highway No. 401 to the Credit River and Creditview Road. It has a population of 112,061 and is 5.51% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of MISSISSAUGA EAST—COOKSVILLE be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion assigned to the proposed new electoral district of Mississauga Centre, plus a portion of the current electoral district of Mississauga—Brampton South. It is bounded on the north by Eglinton Avenue East, on the east by the City of Mississauga municipal boundary, on the south by Queensway East, and on the west by Hurontario Street. It has a population of 116,478 and is 9.66% above the provincial quota.

NEWMARKET, YORK AND VAUGHAN

The total population of the six electoral districts of Vaughan, Oak Ridges—Markham, Newmarket—Aurora, Richmond Hill, Thornhill and Markham—Unionville is 964,977. Based on the provincial quota, this warrants three additional electoral districts.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of Oak Ridges—Markham be renamed OAK RIDGES. It is comprised of: the Township of King, south of Davis Drive West (Highway No. 9); and that portion of the City of Vaughan lying north of Major Mackenzie Drive West to Highway No. 400, and north of Rutherford Road between Highway No. 400 and Bathurst Street. It has a population of 109,235 and is 2.85% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes an electoral district named VAUGHAN—WOODBRIDGE, comprised of that portion of the current electoral district of Vaughan lying south of Major Mackenzie Drive West and west of Highway No. 400. It is bounded on the north by Major Mackenzie Drive West, on the east by Highway No. 400, on the south by Steeles Avenue West, and on the west by Highway No. 50. It has a population of 105,450 and is 0.72% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes an electoral district named VAUGHAN—THORNHILL, comprised of that portion of the current electoral district of Thornhill lying west of Bayview Avenue. It has a population of 110,427 and is 3.97% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of NEWMARKET—AURORA be comprised of: the Town of Newmarket; a small portion of the current electoral district of York—Simcoe north of the municipal boundary, defined by Bathurst Street on the west, Green Lane on the north, and Highway No. 404 on the east; and that portion of the Town of Aurora lying north of Wellington Street. It has a population of 109,457 and is 3.05% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes a new electoral district named AURORA—RICHMOND HILL, comprised of portions of the current electoral districts of Oak Ridges—Markham, Richmond Hill and Newmarket—Aurora. It is bounded as follows: on the north by Wellington Street; on the east by Highway No. 404; on the south by Elgin Mills Road East to Yonge Street, south to Major Mackenzie Drive West, and west on Major Mackenzie Drive West to Bathurst Street; and on the west by Bathurst Street. It has a population of 106,253 and is 0.04% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of RICHMOND HILL be comprised of the current electoral district, less a portion bounded on the north by Gamble Road, on the east by Yonge Street, on the south by Major Mackenzie Drive West, and on the west by Bathurst Street. It has a population of 104,020 and is 2.06% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes a new electoral district named MARKHAM—STOUFFVILLE, comprised of a portion of the current electoral district of Oak Ridges—Markham, including all of the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville, and a portion of the current electoral district of Markham—Unionville. It is bounded as follows: on the north by Davis Drive; on the east by York Durham Line (which subsequently turns into Markham-Pickering Townline); on the south by Steeles Avenue East (the City of Toronto boundary); and on the west by Markham Road (which subsequently turns into Main Street and Highway No. 48) to the southern limit of the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville, west along said limit to Highway No. 404, and then north to Davis Drive. It has a population of 105,500 and is 0.67% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes a new electoral district named MARKHAM—UNIONVILLE comprised of portions of the current electoral districts of Markham—Unionville and Oak Ridges—Markham. It is bounded on the north by the north limit of the Town of Markham, on the west by Highway No. 404, on the south by Highway No. 7, and on the east by Highway No. 48 and Main Street North. It has a population of 106,084 and is 0.12% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes the electoral district of MARKHAM, comprised of portions of the current electoral districts of Markham—Unionville and Thornhill. It is bounded on the north by Highway No. 7, on the east by Markham Road and Main Street South, on the south by the City of Toronto boundary, and on the west by Bayview Avenue. It has a population of 109,559 and is 3.15% above the provincial quota.

CITY OF TORONTO

The current 23 electoral districts covering the City of Toronto have a population of 2,672,164. One of these electoral districts, Pickering—Scarborough East, crosses the east city boundary into the City of Pickering. The Commission proposes to honour city boundaries and, as far as possible, the boundaries of former constituent municipalities. The Commission has therefore assigned the Pickering population of that electoral district to the proposed electoral district of Pickering—Brooklin. The transfer of that population leaves the City of Toronto with a population sufficient to warrant 25 electoral districts, an increase of two.

Etobicoke

The Commission proposes to maintain the three electoral districts west of the Humber River (formerly the City of Etobicoke) in their present configuration, adjusting boundaries to balance population. Prior to the creation of the amalgamated City of Toronto, the City of Etobicoke occupied the area between Steeles Avenue West to the north and Lake Ontario to the south, and between the Humber River to the east and the easterly boundaries of the cities of Brampton and Mississauga to the west. The Etobicoke area has had three electoral districts for many years.

The 2011 census population of those three electoral districts is 347,948. That population will still only support three electoral districts. The general intent of the Commission was to maintain the historical integrity of the community and to balance population among the three electoral districts as closely as possible. This was accomplished by assigning a portion of the northwest corner of Etobicoke Centre to Etobicoke North, and by assigning a portion of Etobicoke—Lakeshore to Etobicoke Centre.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of ETOBICOKE NORTH be comprised of the current electoral district, plus a portion of the current electoral district of Etobicoke Centre lying west of Martin Grove Road and north of Eglinton Avenue West. It has a population of 117,601 and is 10.72% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of ETOBICOKE CENTRE be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion in the northwest corner assigned to the proposed electoral district of Etobicoke North, plus a portion of the current electoral district of Etobicoke—Lakeshore lying south of Burnhamthorpe Road, west of Kipling Avenue, north of Bloor Street West and east of Highway No. 427. It has a population of 114,910 and is 8.19% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of ETOBICOKE—LAKESHORE be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion in the northwest corner assigned to the proposed electoral district of Etobicoke Centre. It has a population of 115,437 and is 8.68% above the provincial quota.

Scarborough

The Scarborough area currently has six electoral districts. The area is bounded on the north by the City of Toronto municipal boundary (Steeles Avenue East), on the east by the City of Toronto municipal boundary, on the south by Lake Ontario, and on the west by Victoria Park Avenue. This was the traditional boundary between the former City of Scarborough and the City of Toronto. The Commission decided to treat this area, and its six electoral districts, as an historical community. As a result, the Pickering portion of the current electoral district of Pickering—Scarborough East was assigned to the proposed electoral district of Pickering—Brooklin. This maintains the integrity of the City of Pickering and the former City of Scarborough. The Commission proposes minor modifications to the other electoral districts to balance population.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of SCARBOROUGH—AGINCOURT be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion lying east of Midland Avenue assigned to the proposed electoral district of Scarborough North. It has a population of 104,499 and is 1.61% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of SCARBOROUGH CENTRE be comprised of the current electoral district, less a portion assigned to the proposed electoral district of Scarborough—Guildwood, plus a portion assigned from the current electoral district of Scarborough Southwest. It is bounded as follows: on the north by Highway No. 401; on the east by McCowan Road, south to Lawrence Avenue East and then south on Bellamy Road North; on the south by Eglinton Avenue East; and on the west by Victoria Park Avenue. It has a population of 108,826 and is 2.46% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of SCARBOROUGH SOUTHWEST be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion lying north of Eglinton Avenue East assigned to the proposed electoral district of Scarborough Centre, plus that portion of the current electoral district of Scarborough—Guildwood bounded on the north by Eglinton Avenue East and on the east by Markham Road. It has a population of 106,733 and is 0.49% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes an electoral district named SCARBOROUGH NORTH, comprised of: that portion of the current electoral district of Scarborough—Rouge River lying west of Neilson Road and Morningside Avenue to the power line, then west of the Rouge River; plus that portion of the current electoral district of Scarborough—Agincourt lying east of Midland Avenue. It has a population of 101,080 and is 4.83% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of SCARBOROUGH—GUILDWOOD be comprised of the current electoral district, adjusted as follows: less a portion assigned to the proposed electoral district of Scarborough East lying east of Morningside Avenue; less a portion assigned to the proposed electoral district of Scarborough Southwest lying south of Eglinton Avenue East and west of Markham Road; plus a portion of the current electoral district of Scarborough Centre lying east of McCowan Road and north of Lawrence Avenue East. It has a population of 101,914 and is 4.05% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of Pickering—Scarborough East be renamed SCARBOROUGH EAST. It is bounded as follows: on the north by Steeles Avenue East; on the east by the municipal boundary of the City of Toronto; on the south by Lake Ontario; and on the west by Morningside Avenue north to Highway No. 401 as far as Neilson Road, north on Neilson Road to Morningside Avenue as far as the power line, east along the power line to the Rouge River, and then north along the Rouge River to Steeles Avenue East. It has a population of 102,646 and is 3.36% below the provincial quota.

Don Valley and York (Above Highway No. 401)

The Commission proposes to use Highway No. 401 as a north–south dividing line. The population of that portion of the City of Toronto lying north of Highway No. 401, east of Etobicoke and west of Scarborough is 421,228. That population warrants four electoral districts.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of YORK WEST remain unchanged. It has a population of 108,198 and is 1.87% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of YORK CENTRE be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion lying east of Bathurst Street assigned to the proposed electoral district of Willowdale. It has a population of 100,277 and is 5.59% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of WILLOWDALE be comprised of that portion of the current electoral district lying west of Bayview Avenue, plus a portion of the current electoral district of York Centre lying east of Bathurst Street. It is bounded on the north by Steeles Avenue, on the east by Bayview Avenue, on the south by Highway No. 401 and the Don River West Branch, and on the west by Bathurst Street. It has a population of 109,680 and is 3.26% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes an electoral district named DON VALLEY NORTH, comprised of portions of the current electoral districts of Willowdale and Don Valley East. It is bounded on the north by the City of Toronto municipal boundary (Steeles Avenue), on the east by Victoria Park Avenue, on the south by Highway No. 401, and on the west by Bayview Avenue. It has a population of 103,073 and is 2.96% below the provincial quota.

Central Toronto

Excluding the populations of Etobicoke, Scarborough and the area of the City of Toronto north of Highway No. 401 results in central Toronto having a population of 1,324,096, sufficient to warrant 12 electoral districts. Significant population increases have occurred within the current electoral districts of Trinity—Spadina, Toronto Centre and Don Valley West. Current boundaries have been adjusted to balance population.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of YORK SOUTH—WESTON be comprised of the current electoral district, less that area lying east of Keele Street and north of Lavender Road, portions of which are assigned to the proposed electoral districts of Eglinton—Lawrence and Davenport. It has a population of 101,719 and is 4.23% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of PARKDALE—HIGH PARK remain unchanged. It has a population of 105,103 and is 1.05% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of EGLINTON—LAWRENCE be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion lying east of Avenue Road and north of Lawrence Avenue West assigned to the proposed electoral district of Toronto North, plus that portion of the current electoral district of York South—Weston lying east of Keele Street and north of Eglinton Avenue West. It has a population of 104,346 and is 1.76% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of DAVENPORT be comprised of the current electoral district, plus that portion of the current electoral district of York South—Weston lying east of Keele Street, less that portion lying east of Oakwood Avenue and Dovercourt Road south to Bloor Street West assigned to the proposed electoral district of St. Paul’s. It is bounded as follows: on the north by Eglinton Avenue West; on the east generally by Dufferin Street, Oakwood Avenue, Dovercourt Road and Ossington Avenue; and on the south and west by the rail line and Keele Street. It has a population of 101,857 and is 4.10% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of ST. PAUL’S be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion lying east of Oriole Parkway and Avenue Road assigned to the proposed new electoral district of Mount Pleasant, plus that portion of the current electoral district of Trinity—Spadina lying north of Bloor Street. Also included is that portion of the current electoral district of Davenport bounded on the north by Holland Park Avenue, on the west by Oakwood Avenue and Dovercourt Road, and on the south by Bloor Street West. It is bounded as follows: on the north by Eglinton Avenue West; on the east by Oriole Parkway and Avenue Road; on the south by Bloor Street West; and on the west by Dufferin Street, Oakwood Avenue and Dovercourt Road. It has a population of 99,382 and is 6.43% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of TRINITY—SPADINA be comprised of the current electoral district, less the following: that portion lying north of Bloor Street West assigned to the proposed electoral district of St. Paul’s; and that portion lying east of Queens Park Crescent West, University Avenue and York Street assigned to the proposed electoral district of Toronto Centre. It has a population of 102,057 and is 3.91% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes a new electoral district named TORONTO NORTH, comprised of: that portion of the current electoral district of Don Valley West lying west of Leslie Street, the Don River West Branch, and Thorncliffe Park Drive extended to the Don River, and less that portion lying west of Bayview Avenue assigned to the proposed new electoral district of Mount Pleasant; plus that portion of the current electoral district of Eglinton—Lawrence lying east of Avenue Road and north of Lawrence Avenue West. It has a population of 95,278 and is 10.30% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes anew electoral district named MOUNT PLEASANT, comprised of that portion of the current electoral district of St. Paul’s lying east of Oriole Parkway and Avenue Road, plus that portion of the current electoral district of Toronto Centre lying north of the boundary formed by Wellesley Street to Sherbourne Street and Rosedale Valley Road, plus that portion of the current electoral district of Don Valley West lying west of Bayview Avenue. It has a population of 99,695 and is 6.14% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of TORONTO CENTRE be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion lying north of the boundary formed by Wellesley Street to Sherbourne Street and Rosedale Valley Road, plus that portion of the current electoral district of Trinity—Spadina lying east of University Avenue and York Street. It has a population of 99,860 and is 5.98% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of TORONTO—DANFORTH remain unchanged. It has a population of 104,017 and is 2.07% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of DON VALLEY EAST be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion lying north of Highway No. 401, plus a portion of the current electoral district of Don Valley West lying east of Leslie Street, the Don River West Branch, and Thorncliffe Park Drive extended to the Don River. It has a population of 99,788 and is 6.05% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of BEACHES—EAST YORK remain unchanged. It has a population of 107,084 and is 0.82% above the provincial quota.

DURHAM, PORT HOPE AND COBOURG

The previous commission assigned the southwest corner of the City of Pickering to the current electoral district of Scarborough East. In its endeavour to honour municipal boundaries whenever possible, this Commission has reassigned to the City of Pickering that portion of the municipality previously assigned to the electoral district of Scarborough East. This results in a population of 54,289 being assigned to the Durham region. The current electoral districts of Ajax—Pickering, Whitby—Oshawa, Oshawa and Durham have a combined population of 535,679. With the population of 54,289 from Pickering—Scarborough East, the combined population of 589,968 warrants the creation of one additional electoral district in the area and supports the creation of another electoral district immediately to the east.

The Commission proposes an electoral district named PICKERING—BROOKLIN, comprised of all of the City of Pickering, plus that portion of the Town of Whitby lying north of Lyndebrook Road and Conlin Road, which includes the community of Brooklin. It has a population of 109,363 and is 2.97% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes a new electoral district named AJAX, comprised of all of the Town of Ajax. It has a population of 109,600 and is 3.19% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes an electoral district named WHITBY, comprised of that portion of the Town of Whitby lying south of Lyndebrooke Road and Conlin Road. It has a population of 101,380 and is 4.55% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes an electoral district named OSHAWA—DURHAM, comprised of: that portion of the City of Oshawa lying north of King Street; and that portion of the Municipality of Clarington lying north of Nash Road extended in an easterly direction to Concession 3 Road, limited to the east by Regional Road 42 and Darlington-Clarke Townline Road. It has a population of 110,247 and is 3.80% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes an electoral district named OSHAWA—BOWMANVILLE, comprised of: that portion of the City of Oshawa lying south of King Street; and that portion of the Municipality of Clarington lying south of Nash Road and Concession 3 Road, limited to the east by Regional Road 42 and by Bennett Road south of Highway No. 401. It has a population of 107,674 and is 1.38% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes a new electoral district named KAWARTHA LAKES—PORT HOPE—COBOURG, comprised of: the Town of Cobourg; the Municipality of Port Hope; that portion of the Municipality of Clarington lying east of Darlington-Clarke Townline Road to Regional Road 42; the townships of Hamilton and Cavan-Monaghan; and the southeast corner of the City of Kawartha Lakes, which includes the community of Lindsay. It has a population of 109,110 and is 2.73% above the provincial quota.

HALIBURTON, PETERBOROUGH AND QUINTE WEST

The Commission proposes an electoral district named HALIBURTON—UXBRIDGE, comprised of: that portion of the Township of Uxbridge lying south of Davis Drive; all of the townships of Scugog, Brock, Galway-Cavendish and Harvey, North Kawartha, Minden Hills, Dysart and Others, and Algonquin Highlands; the Municipality of Highlands East; and the City of Kawartha Lakes, less that portion assigned to the proposed electoral district of Kawartha Lakes—Port Hope—Cobourg. It has a population of 108,458 and is 2.11% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of PETERBOROUGH remain unchanged despite its increased population. The Commission observes that the electoral district has a strong community of interest and geographical integrity. It has a population of 118,938 and is 11.98% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes an electoral district named PRINCE EDWARD—QUINTE WEST. It consists of an east–west alignment to consolidate concentrations of population in Prince Edward County, the City of Quinte West, the municipalities of Trent Hills and Brighton, and the townships of Cramahe and Alnwick/Haldimand. It has a population of 105,035 and is 1.11% below the provincial quota.

EASTERN ONTARIO

Ottawa

The City of Ottawa currently has seven electoral districts with a total population of 879,196. The Commission decided to create one additional electoral district to accommodate the region’s population growth. Some electoral districts would have remained unchanged but required minor adjustments because they were based on municipal boundaries that ceased to exist after amalgamation in 2001.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of Carleton—Mississippi Mills be renamed CARLETON—KANATA. It is comprised of the current electoral district less the Town of Mississippi Mills, assigned to the proposed electoral district of Lanark—Frontenac—Hastings, and less that part south of Highways No. 7 and 417, assigned to the proposed electoral district of Nepean—Carleton. It has a population of 100,118 and is 5.74% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of NEPEAN—CARLETON be comprised of the current electoral district, adjusted as follows: plus that portion of the current electoral district of Carleton—Mississippi Mills lying south of Terry Fox Drive and Highways No.7 and 417; less the proposed new electoral district of Nepean. It has a population of 91,550 and is 13.81% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the boundaries of the electoral district of OTTAWA WEST—NEPEAN be slightly adjusted, as with the proposed electoral district of Ottawa Centre, along Baseline Road and Fisher Avenue. It has a population of 111,881 and is 5.34% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes a new electoral district named NEPEAN, bounded as follows: on the north by the southern boundary of the current electoral district of Ottawa West—Nepean; on the east by the Rideau River; on the south by Brophy Drive and Bankfield Road; and on the west by the eastern boundary of the current electoral district of Carleton—Mississippi Mills, with a slight adjustment connecting Richmond Road to Robertson Road. It has a population of 104,775 and is 1.35% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the boundaries of the electoral district of OTTAWA CENTRE be slightly adjusted along Baseline Road and Fisher Avenue. It has a population of 113,619 and is 6.97% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the boundaries of the electoral district of OTTAWA SOUTH be adjusted along the Rideau River. It has a population of 121,894 and is 14.76% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the boundaries of the electoral district of OTTAWA—VANIER be adjusted with the addition of a small portion of the current electoral district of Ottawa—Orléans to balance population. The population is 110,999 and is 4.51% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of OTTAWA—ORLÉANS be extended slightly into the current electoral district of Glengarry—Prescott—Russell because of the expansion of suburbs across the current boundary. The Commission believes people living in these suburbs will have a greater community of interest with Orléans. A portion of the current electoral district lying north of Regional Road 174 (Beacon Hill) is assigned to the proposed electoral district of Ottawa—Vanier in order to balance population. It has a population of 116,903 and is 10.06% above the provincial quota.

Eastern Ontario Outside of Ottawa

Previous commissions took the approach in this area of aligning some electoral districts on a north–south axis, combining rural and urban populations to reach the provincial quota. This Commission decided that, in some cases, it was more sensible to adopt an east–west axis which better captures the population growth that has occurred principally along Lake Ontario.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke be renamed RENFREW—PEMBROKE due to the fact that the northern portion of the electoral district has no community of interest with Nipissing. It has a population of 102,537 and is 3.46% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of Lanark—Frontenac—Lennox and Addington be renamed LANARK—FRONTENAC—HASTINGS. It is comprised of the current electoral district adjusted as follows: less the townships of Stone Mills, South Frontenac and Loyalist and the Town of Greater Napanee assigned to the proposed electoral district of Belleville—Napanee—Frontenac; plus the Town of Mississippi Mills and all of the current electoral district of Prince Edward—Hastings lying north of the Town of Greater Napanee, the Township of Tyendinaga, and the cities of Belleville and Quinte West. It has a population of 108,500 and is 2.15% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes an electoral district named BELLEVILLE—NAPANEE—FRONTENAC, comprised of: the townships of South Frontenac, Stone Mills, Loyalist and Tyendinaga; the City of Belleville; and the towns of Greater Napanee and Deseronto. The Commission believes this better represents communities of interest. It has a population of 115,350 and is 8.60% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of KINGSTON AND THE ISLANDS remain unchanged despite its increased population. The electoral district has a strong community of interest based on history and geography. It has a population of 125,227 and is 17.90% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of LEEDS—GRENVILLE remain unchanged. It has a population of 99,306 and is 6.50% below the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of GLENGARRY—PRESCOTT—RUSSELL be comprised of the current electoral district, less that portion assigned to the proposed electoral district of Ottawa—Orléans. It has a population of 107,284 and is 1.01% above the provincial quota.

The Commission proposes that the electoral district of STORMONT—DUNDAS—SOUTH GLENGARRY remain unchanged. It has a population of 100,913 and is 4.99% below the provincial quota.

Dated at Toronto, in the Province of Ontario, this 30th day of July, 2012.

Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for the Province of Ontario

THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE GEORGE T. VALIN
Chairperson

MR. DOUGLAS COLBOURNE
Commissioner

DR. LESLIE A. PAL
Commissioner

Schedule A — Electoral District Population Tables

Table 1 — Current Electoral Districts and Their Variance from the Provincial Quota, Representation Order of 2003 (2011 Provincial Quota: 106,213)

Federal Electoral District

Population 2001

Population 2011

Variance (%)

Ajax—Pickering

100,248

137,217

29.19

Algoma—Manitoulin—Kapuskasing

82,340

74,828

-29.55

Ancaster—Dundas— Flamborough—Westdale

106,245

116,357

9.55

Barrie

103,710

135,711

27.77

Beaches—East York

108,913

107,084

0.82

Bramalea—Gore—Malton

119,886

192,020

80.79

Brampton—Springdale

116,775

149,130

40.41

Brampton West

113,638

204,146

92.20

Brant

118,580

137,102

29.08

Bruce—Grey—Owen Sound

102,487

106,475

0.25

Burlington

117,348

119,615

12.62

Cambridge

119,141

136,082

28.12

Carleton—Mississippi Mills

111,149

149,769

41.01

Chatham-Kent—Essex

106,144

105,579

-0.60

Davenport

111,705

102,360

-3.63

Don Valley East

111,177

111,363

4.85

Don Valley West

115,539

123,200

15.99

Dufferin—Caledon

101,608

116,341

9.54

Durham

107,435

126,833

19.41

Eglinton—Lawrence

106,879

113,150

6.53

Elgin—Middlesex—London

104,564

114,294

7.61

Essex

114,330

125,878

18.51

Etobicoke Centre

111,792

113,606

6.96

Etobicoke—Lakeshore

113,914

122,999

15.80

Etobicoke North

112,411

111,343

4.83

Glengarry—Prescott—Russell

97,660

112,212

5.65

Guelph

106,170

121,688

14.57

Haldimand—Norfolk

104,575

108,051

1.73

Haliburton—Kawartha Lakes—Brock

111,343

117,576

10.70

Halton

100,055

203,437

91.54

Hamilton Centre

118,186

116,398

9.59

Hamilton East—Stoney Creek

115,709

117,721

10.83

Hamilton Mountain

119,830

125,586

18.24

Huron—Bruce

104,063

104,842

-1.29

Kenora

60,572

55,977

-47.30

Kingston and the Islands

115,833

125,227

17.90

Kitchener Centre

108,840

109,915

3.49

Kitchener—Conestoga

96,708

130,937

23.28

Kitchener—Waterloo

113,826

130,162

22.55

Lambton—Kent—Middlesex

105,291

106,805

0.56

Lanark—Frontenac—Lennox and Addington

113,077

119,617

12.62

Leeds—Grenville

96,606

99,306

-6.50

London—Fanshawe

107,341

106,434

0.21

London North Centre

107,672

117,899

11.00

London West

110,988

127,985

20.50

Markham—Unionville

112,093

136,857

28.85

Mississauga—Brampton South

113,826

147,096

38.49

Mississauga East—Cooksville

122,566

139,039

30.91

Mississauga—Erindale

120,354

160,663

51.26

Mississauga South

113,003

112,583

6.00

Mississauga—Streetsville

118,305

132,637

24.88

Nepean—Carleton

109,291

159,032

49.73

Newmarket—Aurora

105,955

133,181

25.39

Niagara Falls

120,797

128,357

20.85

Niagara West—Glanbrook

99,747

122,134

14.99

Nickel Belt

89,859

92,391

-13.01

Nipissing—Timiskaming

89,416

90,995

-14.33

Northumberland—Quinte West

118,906

125,261

17.93

Oak Ridges—Markham

111,276

228,997

115.60

Oakville

109,642

119,649

12.65

Oshawa

113,662

125,322

17.99

Ottawa Centre

114,032

114,043

7.37

Ottawa—Orléans

103,435

119,287

12.31

Ottawa South

118,808

121,921

14.79

Ottawa—Vanier

105,870

103,687

-2.38

Ottawa West—Nepean

112,509

111,457

4.94

Oxford

99,270

105,719

-0.47

Parkdale—High Park

106,559

105,103

-1.05

Parry Sound—Muskoka

84,789

91,263

-14.08

Perth—Wellington

102,447

104,912

-1.22

Peterborough

110,887

118,938

11.98

Pickering—Scarborough East

106,722

107,910

1.60

Prince Edward—Hastings

109,407

117,057

10.21

Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke

96,421

102,537

-3.46

Richmond Hill

109,394

129,609

22.03

St. Catharines

111,452

112,015

5.46

St. Paul’s

112,449

116,463

9.65

Sarnia—Lambton

104,556

106,293

0.08

Sault Ste. Marie

88,419

88,869

-16.33

Scarborough—Agincourt

110,669

112,048

5.49

Scarborough Centre

102,922

111,911

5.36

Scarborough—Guildwood

112,628

111,138

4.64

Scarborough—Rouge River

115,437

135,102

27.20

Scarborough Southwest

105,237

108,693

2.33

Simcoe—Grey

117,505

134,530

26.66

Simcoe North

111,057

121,119

14.03

Stormont—Dundas—South Glengarry

98,933

100,913

-4.99

Sudbury

89,443

92,048

-13.34

Thornhill

116,840

140,265

32.06

Thunder Bay—Rainy River

85,775

82,984

-21.87

Thunder Bay—Superior North

83,657

80,702

-24.02

Timmins—James Bay

84,001

81,957

-22.84

Toronto Centre

114,581

130,323

22.70

Toronto—Danforth

109,713

104,017

-2.07

Trinity—Spadina

106,094

144,733

36.27

Vaughan

112,049

196,068

84.60

Welland

108,876

112,727

6.13

Wellington—Halton Hills

100,555

115,880

9.10

Whitby—Oshawa

112,802

146,307

37.75

Willowdale

108,454

140,456

32.24

Windsor—Tecumseh

116,466

115,528

8.77

Windsor West

117,041

118,973

12.01

York Centre

113,420

118,358

11.43

York—Simcoe

112,541

128,703

21.17

York South—Weston

114,539

116,606

9.79

York West

110,384

108,198

1.87

Table 2 — Proposed Electoral Districts and Their Variance from the Provincial Quota, Redistribution of 2012 (2011 Provincial Quota: 106,213)

Federal Electoral District

Population
2011

Variance
(%)

Ajax

109,600

3.19

Algoma—Manitoulin—Killarney

79,708

-24.95

Ancaster

104,815

-1.32

Aurora—Richmond Hill

106,253

0.04

Barrie North

102,361

-3.63

Barrie South

104,730

-1.40

Beaches—East York

107,084

0.82

Belleville—Napanee—Frontenac

115,350

8.60

Brampton Centre

109,158

2.77

Brampton—Gore

108,614

2.26

Brampton North

106,519

0.29

Brampton South

114,434

7.74

Brampton West

115,391

8.64

Brant

115,901

9.12

Bruce—Grey—Owen Sound

112,928

6.32

Burlington

119,615

12.62

Cambridge

126,748

19.33

Carleton—Kanata

100,118

-5.74

Chatham-Kent

106,636

0.40

Davenport

101,857

-4.10

Don Valley East

99,788

-6.05

Don Valley North

103,073

-2.96

Dufferin—Caledon

112,950

6.34

Eglinton—Lawrence

104,346

-1.76

Elgin—Middlesex—London

114,294

7.61

Essex

127,452

20.00

Etobicoke Centre

114,910

8.19

Etobicoke—Lakeshore

115,437

8.68

Etobicoke North

117,601

10.72

Glengarry—Prescott—Russell

107,284

1.01

Guelph

121,688

14.57

Haldimand—Norfolk

108,051

1.73

Haliburton—Uxbridge

108,458

2.11

Halton

106,958

0.70

Hamilton Centre

101,932

-4.03

Hamilton East—Stoney Creek

107,786

1.48

Hamilton Mountain

108,335

2.00

Huron—Bruce

104,842

-1.29

Kawartha Lakes—Port Hope—Cobourg

109,110

2.73

Kenora

56,641

-46.67

Kingston and the Islands

125,227

17.90

Kitchener Centre

92,946

-12.49

Kitchener—Conestoga

101,432

-4.50

Kitchener South—North Dumfries—Brant

108,391

2.05

Lambton—Kent—Middlesex

105,919

-0.28

Lanark—Frontenac—Hastings

108,500

2.15

Leeds—Grenville

99,306

-6.50

London—Fanshawe

115,685

8.92

London North Centre

117,899

11.00

London West

118,734

11.79

Markham

109,559

3.15

Markham—Stouffville

105,500

-0.67

Markham—Unionville

106,084

-0.12

Milton

109,440

3.04

Mississauga Centre

116,619

9.80

Mississauga East—Cooksville

116,478

9.66

Mississauga—Erin Mills

115,493

8.74

Mississauga North

112,061

5.51

Mississauga South

112,583

6.00

Mississauga West—Streetsville

110,004

3.57

Mount Pleasant

99,695

-6.14

Nepean

104,775

-1.35

Nepean—Carleton

91,550

-13.81

Newmarket—Aurora

109,457

3.05

Niagara Falls

98,397

-7.36

Niagara West

115,563

8.80

Nickel Belt—Timiskaming

93,707

-11.77

Nipissing

83,821

-21.08

Oak Ridges

109,235

2.85

Oakville

106,648

0.41

Oshawa—Bowmanville

107,674

1.38

Oshawa—Durham

110,247

3.80

Ottawa Centre

113,619

6.97

Ottawa—Orléans

116,903

10.06

Ottawa South

121,894

14.76

Ottawa—Vanier

110,999

4.51

Ottawa West—Nepean

111,881

5.34

Oxford

105,719

-0.47

Parkdale—High Park

105,103

-1.05

Parry Sound—Muskoka

84,641

-20.31

Perth—Wellington

104,912

-1.22

Peterborough

118,938

11.98

Pickering—Brooklin

109,363

2.97

Prince Edward—Quinte West

105,035

-1.11

Renfrew—Pembroke

102,537

-3.46

Richmond Hill

104,020

-2.06

St. Catharines

112,015

5.46

St. Paul’s

99,382

-6.43

Sarnia—Lambton

106,293

0.08

Sault Ste. Marie

88,869

-16.33

Scarborough—Agincourt

104,499

-1.61

Scarborough Centre

108,826

2.46

Scarborough East

102,646

-3.36

Scarborough—Guildwood

101,914

-4.05

Scarborough North

101,080

-4.83

Scarborough Southwest

106,733

0.49

Simcoe—Grey

113,245

6.62

Simcoe North

101,041

-4.87

Stormont—Dundas—South Glengarry

100,913

-4.99

Sudbury

85,263

-19.72

Thunder Bay—Rainy River

82,320

-22.50

Thunder Bay—Superior North

83,126

-21.74

Timmins—Cochrane—James Bay

93,918

-11.58

Toronto Centre

99,860

-5.98

Toronto—Danforth

104,017

-2.07

Toronto North

95,278

-10.30

Trinity—Spadina

102,057

-3.91

Vaughan—Thornhill

110,427

3.97

Vaughan—Woodbridge

105,450

-0.72

Waterdown—Glanbrook

97,081

-8.60

Waterloo

98,780

-7.00

Welland—Fort Erie

105,371

-0.79

Wellington—Halton Hills

115,880

9.10

Whitby

101,380

-4.55

Willowdale

109,680

3.26

Windsor—Tecumseh

113,783

7.13

Windsor West

118,973

12.01

York Centre

100,277

-5.59

York—Simcoe

98,578

-7.19

York South—Weston

101,719

-4.23

York West

108,198

1.87

Schedule B — Maps, Proposed Boundaries and Names of Electoral Districts

There shall be in the Province of Ontario one hundred and twenty-one (121) electoral districts, named and described as follows, each of which shall return one member.

In the following descriptions:

  • (a) reference to “roads”, “hydroelectric transmission lines”, “water features” and “railways” signifies their centre line unless otherwise described;

  • (b) reference to a “township” signifies a township that has its own local administration;

  • (c) reference to a “geographic township” signifies a township without local administration;

  • (d) all cities, towns, villages and Indian reserves lying within the perimeter of the electoral district are included unless otherwise described;

  • (e) wherever a word or expression is used to denote a territorial division, such word or expression shall indicate the territorial division as it existed or was delimited on the first day of January, 2011;

  • (f) the translation of the terms “street”, “avenue” and “boulevard” follows Treasury Board standards. The translation of all other public thoroughfare designations is based on commonly used terms but has no official recognition;

  • (g) all coordinates are in reference to the North American Datum of 1983 (NAD 83).

The population figure of each electoral district is derived from the 2011 decennial census.

Ajax

(Population: 109,600)

(Map 9)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Durham comprised of the Town of Ajax.

Algoma—Manitoulin—Killarney

(Population: 79,708)

(Map 1)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Territorial District of Algoma comprised of:
    • (i) that part lying easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America with the southeast corner of the Township of Plummer Additional; thence northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly boundaries of said township to the southwest corner of the geographic Township of Galbraith; thence northerly along the westerly boundary of the geographic townships of Galbraith, Morin, Kane, Hurlburt, Jollineau, Menard, Pine, Hoffman and Butcher to the southerly limit of the Territorial District of Sudbury;

    • (ii) that part lying northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of the Territorial District of Sudbury with the Montreal River; thence generally westerly along said river to the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Home; thence westerly along the northerly boundary of the geographic townships of Home and Peever to the northern shoreline of Lake Superior; thence S45°00′W to the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America;

  • (b) the Territorial District of Manitoulin;

  • (c) that part of the Territorial District of Timiskaming lying westerly of the easterly boundary of the geographic townships of Douglas and Geikie;

  • (d) that part of the Territorial District of Sudbury lying westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said territorial district with the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Unwin; thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic townships of Unwin, Leask, McNamara, Beaumont and Roberts to the northerly limit of the City of Greater Sudbury; thence generally easterly and generally southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said city to the northwesterly boundary of the geographic Township of Hendrie; thence easterly along said geographic township to the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Jennings; thence southerly along the westerly boundary of the geographic townships of Jennings, Cherriman and Cosby to the North Channel (French River); thence generally southerly along said channel, passing westerly of the islands adjacent to Gibraltar Rock and Murdock River, to the junction of Murdock River with the Territorial District of Parry Sound; and

  • (e) that part of the City of Greater Sudbury lying southerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city with Highway No. 17 East; thence westerly along said highway to the west boundary of Lot 6 of the geographic Township of Neelon; thence southerly along Lot 6 of the geographic townships of Neelon and Dill to Highway No. 69; thence westerly along said highway to Highway No. 17; thence westerly along said highway to the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Waters; thence northerly along said boundary to Kelly Lake; thence northerly in a straight line to the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Waters; thence northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly boundaries of said geographic township to the westerly boundary of Lot 1 of the geographic Township of Snider; thence northerly along said boundary to the northerly boundary of Concession 2 of the geographic Township of Snider; thence easterly along said boundary to the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Snider; thence northerly along said boundary to the southerly boundary of the geographic Township of Rayside; thence westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic townships of Rayside and Balfour to the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Balfour; thence northerly along said boundary to Simmons Road; thence westerly along said road to Gordon Lake Road; thence northerly in a straight line to the easterly intersection of Pioneer Road with Highway No. 144; thence northerly in a straight line to the intersection of Morgan Road with Blais Road; thence northerly along Morgan Road to the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Balfour; thence northerly and easterly along the easterly and northerly boundaries of said geographic township to the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Lumsden; thence northerly along the westerly boundary of the geographic townships of Lumsden and Bowell to the northerly limit of the City of Greater Sudbury.

Ancaster

(Population: 104,815)

(Map 11)

Consisting of that part of the City of Hamilton described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with Highway No. 403; thence generally southwesterly along said highway to the Canadian National Railway; thence generally westerly along said railway to Highway No. 52 North; thence southerly along said highway and Trinity Road to the hydroelectric transmission line situated northerly of Book Road North; thence generally easterly along said transmission line to Glancaster Road; thence northerly along said road to Garner Road East; thence easterly along said road to the hydroelectric transmission line situated westerly of Upper Paradise Road; thence northerly along said transmission line to Stone Church Road; thence easterly along said road and Stone Church Road West to Garth Street; thence northerly along said street to Lincoln M. Alexander Parkway; thence easterly along said parkway to West 5th Street; thence northerly along said street to James Mountain Road; thence generally northeasterly along said road to the Niagara Escarpment; thence generally westerly along said escarpment to the hydroelectric transmission line situated westerly of Chateau Court; thence northerly along said transmission line to Highway No. 403; thence generally northeasterly along said highway to the Desjardins Canal; thence easterly along said canal and continuing due east in Hamilton Harbour to the northerly production of Queen Street North; thence northerly in a straight line along said production to the northerly limit of said city; thence generally westerly along said limit to the point of commencement.

Aurora—Richmond Hill

(Population: 106,253)

(Map 20)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of York comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the Town of Aurora lying southerly of Wellington Street West and Wellington Street East; and

  • (b) that part of the Town of Richmond Hill lying northerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said town with Major Mackenzie Drive West; thence easterly along said drive to Yonge Street; thence northerly along said street to Elgin Mills Road East; thence generally easterly along said road to the easterly limit of said town.

Barrie North

(Population: 102,361)

(Map 5)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Simcoe comprised of the townships of Springwater and Oro-Medonte; and

  • (b) that part of the City of Barrie lying northerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Dunlop Street West; thence generally northeasterly along said street to Bayfield Street; thence southeasterly along said street and its southeasterly production to the northern shoreline of Kempenfelt Bay; thence generally southerly and easterly along said shoreline to the northeasterly production of Tiffin Street; thence northeasterly along said production and Kempenfelt Bay to the easterly limit of said city.

Barrie South

(Population: 104,730)

(Map 5)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Simcoe comprised of the Town of Innisfil; and

  • (b) that part of the City of Barrie lying southerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Dunlop Street West; thence generally northeasterly along said street to Bayfield Street; thence southeasterly along said street and its southeasterly production to the northern shoreline of Kempenfelt Bay; thence southwesterly, generally southerly and easterly along said shoreline to the northeasterly production of Tiffin Street; thence northeasterly along said production and Kempenfelt Bay to the easterly limit of said city.

Beaches—East York

(Population: 107,084)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Victoria Park Avenue with Sunrise Avenue; thence westerly along Sunrise Avenue and its production to the Don River East Branch; thence generally southwesterly along said branch to Taylor Creek; thence generally easterly along said creek to the northeasterly production of Coxwell Boulevard; thence southwesterly along said production and Coxwell Boulevard to Coxwell Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Lake Shore Boulevard East; thence in a straight line on a bearing of 210° to Ashbridge’s Bay; thence generally southerly along said bay to its southerly extremity; thence due south to the southerly limit of the City of Toronto; thence generally northeasterly along said limit to the southerly production of Victoria Park Avenue; thence northerly along said production and Victoria Park Avenue to the point of commencement.

Belleville—Napanee—Frontenac

(Population: 115,350)

(Map 4)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Frontenac comprised of the Township of South Frontenac;

  • (b) the County of Lennox and Addington, excepting the Township of Addington Highlands;

  • (c) that part of the County of Hastings comprised of: the Township of Tyendinaga; Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory Indian Reserve; the Town of Deseronto; and

  • (d) the City of Belleville

Brampton Centre

(Population: 109,158)

(Map 6)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Peel comprised of that part of the City of Brampton described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southeasterly limit of said city with Hurontario Street; thence northwesterly along said street to Steeles Avenue East; thence northeasterly along said avenue to Kennedy Road South; thence northwesterly along said road to Queen Street East; thence southwesterly along said street to Main Street North; thence northwesterly along said street to Bovaird Drive East; thence northeasterly along said drive to Highway No. 410; thence southeasterly along said highway to Williams Parkway East; thence northeasterly along said parkway to Airport Road; thence southeasterly along said road to the southeasterly limit of said city; thence generally southwesterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

Brampton—Gore

(Population: 108,614)

(Map 6)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Peel comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the City of Brampton lying northeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of said city with Torbram Road; thence southeasterly along said road to Sandalwood Parkway East; thence generally easterly along said parkway to Airport Road; thence southeasterly along said road to the southeasterly limit of said city; and

  • (b) that part of the City of Mississauga lying northeasterly and northwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of said city with Airport Road; thence southeasterly along said road to Morning Star Drive; thence generally northeasterly along said drive to Goreway Drive; thence southeasterly along said drive to Derry Road East; thence northeasterly along said road to the northeasterly limit of said city.

Brampton North

(Population: 106,519)

(Map 6)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Peel comprised of that part of the City of Brampton described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of said city with Torbram Road; thence southeasterly along said road to Sandalwood Parkway East; thence generally easterly along said parkway to Airport Road; thence southeasterly along said road to Williams Parkway East; thence southwesterly along said parkway to Highway No. 410; thence northwesterly along said highway to Bovaird Drive East; thence southwesterly along said drive to Kennedy Road North; thence northwesterly along said road to the northwesterly limit of said city; thence northeasterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

Brampton South

(Population: 114,434)

(Map 6)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Peel comprised of that part of the City of Brampton described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southwesterly limit of said city with Guelph Street; thence easterly and northeasterly along said street and Bovaird Drive West to the Canadian National Railway; thence easterly along said railway to Main Street North; thence southeasterly along said street to Queen Street East; thence northeasterly along said street to Kennedy Road South; thence southeasterly along said road to Steeles Avenue East; thence southwesterly along said avenue to Hurontario Street; thence southeasterly along said street to the southeasterly limit of said city; thence generally southwesterly and northwesterly along the southeasterly and southwesterly limits of said city to the point of commencement.

Brampton West

(Population: 115,391)

(Map 6)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Peel comprised of that part of the City of Brampton described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of said city with Kennedy Road North; thence southeasterly along said road to Bovaird Drive East; thence southwesterly along said drive to Main Street North; thence southeasterly along said street to the Canadian National Railway; thence westerly along said railway to Bovaird Drive West; thence southwesterly and westerly along said drive and Guelph Street to the southwesterly limit of said city; thence northwesterly and generally northeasterly along the southwesterly and northwesterly limits of said city to the point of commencement.

Brant

(Population: 115,901)

(Map 7)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the City of Brantford;

  • (b) that part of the County of Brant lying southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said county with Highway No. 403; thence generally easterly along said highway to the westerly limit of the City of Brantford; thence generally southerly, easterly and northerly along the westerly, southerly and easterly limits of said city to Highway No. 403; thence easterly along said highway to the easterly limit of the County of Brant; and

  • (c) that part of the County of Haldimand comprised of those parts of Six Nations Indian Reserve No. 40 and New Credit Indian Reserve No. 40A contained therein.

Bruce—Grey—Owen Sound

(Population: 112,928)

(Map 2)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Bruce lying northerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said county with the southerly limit of the Municipality of Arran-Elderslie; thence westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said municipality to the easterly limit of the Town of Saugeen Shores; thence generally northerly and generally northwesterly along said limit to the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America; and

  • (b) the County of Grey.

Burlington

(Population: 119,615)

(Map 8)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Halton comprised of that part of the City of Burlington lying southeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northeasterly limit of said city with Queen Elizabeth Way; thence southwesterly along said way to Walkers Line; thence northwesterly along said line to Upper Middle Road; thence southwesterly along said road to Guelph Line; thence northwesterly along said line to Dundas Street; thence southwesterly along said street to the southwesterly limit of said city.

Cambridge

(Population: 126,748)

(Map 3)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Waterloo comprised of the City of Cambridge.

Carleton—Kanata

(Population: 100,118)

(Map 15)

Consisting of that part of the City of Ottawa described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Highway No. 7; thence generally northeasterly along said highway to Highway No. 417; thence northeasterly along said highway to Terry Fox Drive; thence generally southeasterly along said drive to Hope Side Road; thence northeasterly along said road to Richmond Road; thence northerly along said road to West Hunt Club Road; thence westerly in a straight line to the intersection of Haanel Drive with Robertson Road; thence southwesterly along said road to Eagleson Road; thence generally northwesterly along said road, March Road, Herzberg Road and March Valley Road (Fourth Line) to Riddell Drive; thence northeasterly along said drive and its northeasterly production to the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec; thence generally westerly along said boundary to the northerly limit of said city; thence generally southwesterly and generally southeasterly along the northerly and westerly limits of said city to the point of commencement.

Chatham-Kent

(Population: 106,636)

(Map 3)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Municipality of Chatham-Kent comprised of:

    • (i) that part lying southeasterly of the Thames River;

    • (ii) that part lying northwesterly of the Thames River, described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Thames River with the southeasterly production of Bear Line Road; thence northwesterly along said production and Bear Line Road to Gregory Drive West; thence northeasterly along said drive to the northeasterly boundary of Lot 23, Concession 2, East Division of the geographic Township of Dover; thence northwesterly along said boundary and the northeasterly boundary of Lot 1, Concession Baldoon Street East of the geographic Township of Dover to the northwesterly boundary of said lot; thence northeasterly along the northeasterly production of said boundary to the northeasterly boundary of Lot 4, Concession 3 of the geographic Township of Chatham; thence southeasterly along said boundary to the northwesterly boundary of Lot 5, Concession 2 of the geographic Township of Chatham; thence southwesterly along said boundary to the southwesterly boundary of Lot 5, Concession 2 of the geographic Township of Chatham; thence southeasterly along said boundary to the Thames River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to the point of commencement;

  • (b) that part of the County of Essex comprised of the Municipality of Leamington and the Township of Pelee; and

  • (c) Moravian Indian Reserve No. 47.

Davenport

(Population: 101,857)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Eglinton Avenue West and Dufferin Street; thence southerly along said street to Rogers Road; thence easterly along said road to Oakwood Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to St. Clair Avenue West; thence westerly along said avenue to Oakwood Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Davenport Road; thence westerly along said road to Dovercourt Road; thence southerly along said road to Bloor Street West; thence easterly along said street to Ossington Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Dundas Street West; thence westerly along said street to Dovercourt Road; thence southerly along said road and its southerly production to the Canadian National–GO Transit railway; thence northwesterly along said railway to the southerly production of Keele Street; thence northerly along said production and Keele Street to Eglinton Avenue West; thence easterly along said avenue to the point of commencement.

Don Valley East

(Population: 99,788)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Highway No. 401 and Victoria Park Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Sunrise Avenue; thence westerly along said avenue and its production to the Don River East Branch; thence generally southwesterly along said branch to its intersection with the Don River West Branch; thence westerly in a straight line to a point on Thorncliffe Drive at latitude 43°42′15″N and longitude 79°20′28″W; thence northwesterly along said drive to Overlea Boulevard; thence northeasterly along said boulevard to the Don River West Branch; thence generally northwesterly along said branch to Eglinton Avenue East; thence northeasterly along said avenue to Leslie Street; thence generally northerly along said street to Highway No. 401; thence easterly along said highway to the point of commencement.

Don Valley North

(Population: 103,073)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with Bayview Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Highway No. 401; thence easterly along said highway to Victoria Park Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue to the northerly limit of said city; thence westerly along said limit to the point of commencement.

Dufferin—Caledon

(Population: 112,950)

(Map 3)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Dufferin comprised of: the townships of Melancthon, East Luther Grand Valley, East Garafraxa and Amaranth; the towns of Orangeville, Shelburne and Mono; and

  • (b) that part of the Regional Municipality of Peel comprised of the Town of Caledon.

Eglinton—Lawrence

(Population: 104,346)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Highway No. 401 with Keele Street; thence southerly along said street to Eglinton Avenue West; thence easterly along said avenue to Yonge Street; thence northerly along said street to Lawrence Avenue West; thence westerly along said avenue to Avenue Road; thence generally northerly along said road to Highway No. 401; thence southwesterly and westerly along said highway to the point of commencement.

Elgin—Middlesex—London

(Population: 114,294)

(Map 3)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Elgin;

  • (b) that part of the County of Middlesex comprised of the Municipality of Thames Centre; and

  • (c) that part of the City of London lying southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Dingman Creek; thence generally easterly along said creek to the westerly production of Southdale Road West; thence easterly along said production, Southdale Road West and Southdale Road East to White Oak Road; thence southerly along said road to Exeter Road; thence easterly along said road to Meg Drive; thence northerly along said drive to Jalna Boulevard; thence westerly along said boulevard to Ernest Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue to Bradley Avenue; thence easterly and northeasterly along said avenue to the easterly limit of said city.

Essex

(Population: 127,452)

(Map 3)

Consisting of the County of Essex, excepting: the City of Windsor; the Township of Pelee; the Municipality of Leamington; that part of the Town of Tecumseh lying northerly of the eastbound lanes of Highway No. 401.

Etobicoke Centre

(Population: 114,910)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Highway No. 401; thence easterly along said highway to Highway No. 427; thence easterly along said highway and Eglinton Avenue West to Martin Grove Road; thence northerly along said road to Dixon Road; thence easterly along said road and its easterly production to the Humber River; thence generally southerly along said river to Dundas Street West; thence southwesterly along said street to the Canadian Pacific–GO Transit railway; thence southerly along said railway to Mimico Creek; thence generally northwesterly along said creek to Kipling Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Bloor Street West; thence westerly along said street to Highway No. 427; thence southerly along said highway to Dundas Street West; thence westerly along said street to the westerly limit of said city; thence generally northwesterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

Etobicoke—Lakeshore

(Population: 115,437)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Humber River with Dundas Street West; thence southwesterly along said street to the Canadian Pacific–GO Transit railway; thence southerly along said railway to Mimico Creek; thence generally northwesterly along said creek to Kipling Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Bloor Street West; thence westerly along said street to Highway No. 427; thence southerly along said highway to Dundas Street West; thence westerly along said street to the westerly limit of the City of Toronto; thence generally southerly and northeasterly along the westerly and southerly limits of said city to the southeasterly production of the Humber River; thence generally northwesterly along said production and the Humber River to the point of commencement.

Etobicoke North

(Population: 117,601)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with the Humber River; thence generally southerly along said river to the easterly production of Dixon Road; thence westerly along said production and Dixon Road to Martin Grove Road; thence southerly along said road to Eglinton Avenue West; thence westerly along said avenue and Highway No. 427 to Highway No. 401; thence southwesterly along said highway to the westerly limit of the City of Toronto; thence northerly and easterly along the westerly and northerly limits of said city to the point of commencement.

Glengarry—Prescott—Russell

(Population: 107,284)

(Map 15)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the United Counties of Prescott and Russell;

  • (b) that part of the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry comprised of the Township of North Glengarry; and

  • (c) that part of the City of Ottawa lying easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec with a line drawn due north from the mouth of Cardinal Creek; thence due south along said line to the mouth of Cardinal Creek; thence generally southeasterly along said creek to Innes Road; thence southwesterly along said road to Frank Kenny Road; thence generally southeasterly along said road to Wall Road; thence generally southwesterly along said road to Mer Bleue Road; thence southeasterly and generally southerly along said road to Navan Road; thence easterly along said road to Mer Bleue Road; thence generally southeasterly along said road, its production and Boundary Road to Burton Road.

Guelph

(Population: 121,688)

(Map 3)

Consisting of the City of Guelph.

Haldimand—Norfolk

(Population: 108,051)

(Map 3)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Haldimand, excepting those parts of Six Nations Indian Reserve No. 40 and New Credit Indian Reserve No. 40A contained therein; and

  • (b) the County of Norfolk.

Haliburton—Uxbridge

(Population: 108,458)

(Map 4)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Haliburton;

  • (b) that part of the County of Peterborough comprised of the Township of Galway-Cavendish and Harvey and the Township of North Kawartha;

  • (c) that part of the City of Kawartha Lakes lying northerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city with the northeasterly production of Colony Road; thence generally southwesterly along said production, Colony Road, its southeasterly production, Log House Road, Cedar Glen Road, Sturgeon Road and Four Points Road to Settlers Road; thence northwesterly along said road to County Road No. 36; thence southwesterly along said road to Snug Harbour Road; thence northwesterly along said road to Pickerel Point Road; thence southwesterly along said road and its southwesterly production to Kenrei Road; thence generally southeasterly and southwesterly along said road to Highway No. 35; thence northwesterly along said highway to Peniel Road; thence southwesterly along said road to Opmar Road; thence southeasterly along said road, Mariposa-Ops Boundary Road, Sand Bar Road and its southeasterly production to the westerly limit of said city; and

  • (d) that part of the Regional Municipality of Durham comprised of:
    • (i) the townships of Brock and Scugog;

    • (ii) that part of the Township of Uxbridge lying southerly of Davis Drive.

Halton

(Population: 106,958)

(Map 8)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Halton comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the Town of Oakville lying northwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northeast limit of said town with Upper Middle Road East; thence southwesterly, southeasterly and southwesterly along said road, Upper Middle Road West and its production to the southwesterly limit of the Town of Oakville; and

  • (b) that part of the City of Burlington described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northeasterly limit of said city with Queen Elizabeth Way; thence southwesterly along Queen Elizabeth Way to Walkers Line; thence northwesterly along said line to Dundas Street; thence northeasterly along said street to Appleby Line; thence northwesterly along said line to No. 1 Side Road; thence northeasterly along said road, its production and No. 1 Side Road to the northeasterly limit of said city; thence southeasterly along the northeasterly limit of said city to the point of commencement.

Hamilton Centre

(Population: 101,932)

(Map 11)

Consisting of that part of the City of Hamilton described as follows: commencing at the intersection of James Mountain Road and the Niagara Escarpment; thence generally westerly along said escarpment to the hydroelectric transmission line situated westerly of Chateau Court; thence northerly along said transmission line to Highway No. 403; thence generally northeasterly along said highway to the Desjardins Canal; thence easterly along said canal and continuing due east in Hamilton Harbour to the northerly production of Queen Street North; thence northerly in a straight line along said production to the northerly limit of said city; thence generally northeasterly, southeasterly and northeasterly along said limit to the northerly production of Ottawa Street North; thence southerly along said production and Ottawa Street North to Burlington Street East; thence easterly along said street to Kenilworth Avenue North; thence southerly along said avenue and Kenilworth Avenue South to Lawrence Road; thence westerly along said road to the southerly production of Keswick Court; thence southerly along said production to the Niagara Escarpment; thence generally westerly along said escarpment to the point of commencement.

Hamilton East—Stoney Creek

(Population: 107,786)

(Map 11)

Consisting of that part of the City of Hamilton lying northerly of the Niagara Escarpment and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of said escarpment and the southerly production of Keswick Court; thence northerly along said production to Lawrence Road; thence easterly along said road to Kenilworth Avenue South; thence northerly along said avenue and Kenilworth Avenue North to Burlington Street East; thence westerly along said street to Ottawa Street North; thence northerly along said street and its northerly production to the northerly limit of said city.

Hamilton Mountain

(Population: 108,335)

(Map 11)

Consisting of that part of the City of Hamilton described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Niagara Escarpment with Redhill Creek; thence westerly along said creek to Mountain Brow Boulevard; thence southerly along said boulevard to Arbour Road; thence generally southerly along said road, its intermittent production, Anchor Road and its production to Rymal Road East; thence westerly along said road, Rymal Road West and Garner Road East to the hydroelectric transmission line situated westerly of Upper Paradise Road; thence northerly along said transmission line to Stone Church Road; thence easterly along said road and Stone Church Road West to Garth Street; thence northerly along said street to Lincoln M. Alexander Parkway; thence easterly along said parkway to West 5th Street; thence northerly along said street to James Mountain Road; thence generally northeasterly along said road to the Niagara Escarpment; thence generally easterly and generally southerly along said escarpment to the point of commencement.

Huron—Bruce

(Population: 104,842)

(Map 3)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Huron; and

  • (b) the County of Bruce, excepting the Municipality of Arran-Elderslie.

Kawartha Lakes—Port Hope—Cobourg

(Population: 109,110)

(Map 12)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the City of Kawartha Lakes lying southerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city with the northeasterly production of Colony Road; thence generally southwesterly along said production, Colony Road, its southeasterly production, Log House Road, Cedar Glen Road, Sturgeon Road and Four Points Road to Settlers Road; thence northwesterly along said road to County Road No. 36; thence southwesterly along said road to Snug Harbour Road; thence northwesterly along said road to Pickerel Point Road; thence southwesterly along said road and its southwesterly production to Kenrei Road; thence generally southeasterly and southwesterly along said road to Highway No. 35; thence northwesterly along said highway to Peniel Road; thence southwesterly along said road to Opmar Road; thence southeasterly along said road, Mariposa-Ops Boundary Road, Sand Bar Road and its southeasterly production to the westerly limit of said city;

  • (b) that part of the County of Peterborough comprised of the Township of Cavan-Monaghan;

  • (c) that part of the County of Northumberland comprised of: the Municipality of Port Hope; the Township of Hamilton; the Town of Cobourg; and

  • (d) that part of the Regional Municipality of Durham comprised of that part of the Corporation of the Municipality of Clarington lying easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said municipality with Darlington-Manvers Townline; thence southerly along said townline to Regional Road 20; thence southerly and southwesterly along said road to Concession Road 10; thence southeasterly and easterly along said road to Darlington-Clarke Townline; thence southeasterly along said townline and its intermittent production, Regional Road 42 and its southerly production to Highway No. 35+115; thence southwesterly along said highway to Highway No. 401; thence westerly along said highway to Bennett Road; thence southerly along said road and its production to the southerly limit of said municipality.

Kenora

(Population: 56,641)

(Map 1)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Territorial District of Kenora lying westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the northeast corner of the most northerly point of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay (Albany River); thence due north to the northerly boundary of the Province of Ontario;

  • (b) the Township of Lake of the Woods; and

  • (c) that part of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay lying northerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said territorial district with the 6th Base Line; thence easterly along said base line to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Bertrand; thence northerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic townships of Bertrand, McLaurin, Furlonge, Fletcher and Bulmer to the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Bertrand; thence due north to the northerly limit of said territorial district.

Kingston and the Islands

(Population: 125,227)

(Map 4)

Consisting of that part of the County of Frontenac comprised of: the Township of Frontenac Islands; the City of Kingston.

Kitchener Centre

(Population: 92,946)

(Map 13)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Waterloo comprised of that part of the City of Kitchener lying westerly and northerly of Conestoga Parkway.

Kitchener—Conestoga

(Population: 101,432)

(Map 13)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Waterloo comprised of:

  • (a) the townships of Wellesley, Wilmot and Woolwich; and

  • (b) that part of the City of Kitchener lying easterly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Bridgeport Road and Conestoga Parkway; thence southeasterly, easterly and generally southerly along said parkway to Highway No. 8; thence generally southeasterly along said highway to the Grand River; thence generally easterly along said river to the easterly limit of said city.

Kitchener South—North Dumfries—Brant

(Population: 108,391)

(Map 13)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Regional Municipality of Waterloo comprised of:
    • (i) the Township of North Dumfries;

    • (ii) that part of the City of Kitchener lying southerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Conestoga Parkway; thence generally northeasterly along said parkway to Highway No. 8; thence generally southeasterly along said highway to the Grand River; thence generally easterly along said river to the easterly limit of the City of Kitchener; and

  • (b) that part of the County of Brant lying northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said county with Highway No. 403; thence generally easterly along said highway to the westerly limit of the City of Brantford; thence northerly, generally easterly and generally southeasterly along the westerly, northerly and easterly limits of said city to Highway No. 403; thence easterly along said highway to the easterly limit of said county.

Lambton—Kent—Middlesex

(Population: 105,919)

(Map 3)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Lambton comprised of:
    • (i) the municipalities of Lambton Shores and Brooke-Alvinston;

    • (ii) the townships of Dawn-Euphemia and Warwick;

    • (iii) Walpole Island Indian Reserve No. 46 and Kettle Point Indian Reserve No. 44;

  • (b) that part of the Municipality of Chatham-Kent lying northwesterly of the Thames River, excepting that part of said municipality described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Thames River with the southeasterly production of Bear Line Road; thence northwesterly along said production and Bear Line Road to Gregory Drive West; thence northeasterly along said drive to the northeasterly boundary of Lot 23, Concession 2, East Division of the geographic Township of Dover; thence northwesterly along said boundary and the northeasterly boundary of Lot 1, Concession Baldoon Street East of the geographic Township of Dover to the northwesterly boundary of said lot; thence northeasterly along the northeasterly production of said boundary to the northeasterly boundary of Lot 4, Concession 3 of the geographic Township of Chatham; thence southeasterly along said boundary to the northwesterly boundary of Lot 5, Concession 2 of the geographic Township of Chatham; thence southwesterly along said boundary to the southwesterly boundary of Lot 5, Concession 2 of the geographic Township of Chatham; thence southeasterly along said boundary to the Thames River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to the point of commencement; and

  • (c) the County of Middlesex, excepting: the City of London; the Municipality of Thames Centre.

Lanark—Frontenac—Hastings

(Population: 108,500)

(Map 4)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Hastings, excepting: the Township of Tyendinaga; Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory Indian Reserve; the Town of Deseronto; the cities of Quinte West and Belleville;

  • (b) that part of the County of Lennox and Addington comprised of the Township of Addington Highlands;

  • (c) that part of the County of Frontenac comprised of the townships of North Frontenac and Central Frontenac; and

  • (d) the County of Lanark.

Leeds—Grenville

(Population: 99,306)

(Map 4)

Consisting of the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville.

London—Fanshawe

(Population: 115,685)

(Map 14)

Consisting of that part of the City of London described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with Highbury Avenue North; thence southerly along said avenue to the Thames River (South Branch); thence generally westerly along said river to Ridout Street South; thence southerly along said street to Commissioners Road East; thence westerly along said road to Wharncliffe Road South; thence southerly along said road to Southdale Road East; thence easterly along said road to White Oak Road; thence southerly along said road to Exeter Road; thence easterly along said road to Meg Drive; thence northerly along said drive to Jalna Boulevard; thence westerly along said boulevard to Ernest Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue to Bradley Avenue; thence generally easterly along said avenue to the easterly limit of said city; thence generally northerly, northwesterly and westerly along the easterly and northerly limits of said city to the point of commencement.

London North Centre

(Population: 117,899)

(Map 14)

Consisting of that part of the City of London described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with Wonderland Road North; thence southerly along said road to Oxford Street West; thence easterly along said street to Wharncliffe Road North; thence southerly along said road to the Thames River; thence generally easterly along said river and the Thames River (South Branch) to Highbury Avenue North; thence northerly along said avenue to the northerly limit of said city; thence westerly along said limit to the point of commencement.

London West

(Population: 118,734)

(Map 14)

Consisting of that part of the City of London described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Dingman Creek; thence generally easterly along said creek to the westerly production of Southdale Road West; thence easterly along said production and Southdale Road West to Wharncliffe Road South; thence northerly along said road to Commissioners Road East; thence easterly along said road to Ridout Street South; thence northerly along said street to the Thames River (South Branch); thence generally westerly along said river to Wharncliffe Road North; thence northerly along said road to Oxford Street West; thence westerly along said street to Wonderland Road North; thence northerly along said road to the northerly limit of said city; thence generally southwesterly along the northerly and westerly limits of said city to the point of commencement.

Markham

(Population: 109,559)

(Map 20)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of York comprised of that part of the Town of Markham described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of said town with Bayview Avenue; thence generally northerly along said avenue to the northerly limit of said town; thence easterly along said limit to Highway No. 7; thence generally easterly along said highway and Highway No. 7 East to Main Street South; thence southerly along said street and Markham Road to the southerly limit of said town; thence westerly along said limit to the point of commencement.

Markham—Stouffville

(Population: 105,500)

(Map 20)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of York comprised of:

  • (a) the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville; and

  • (b) that part of the Town of Markham lying easterly of Highway No. 48, Main Street North, Main Street South and Markham Road.

Markham—Unionville

(Population: 106,084)

(Map 20)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of York comprised of that part of the Town of Markham lying northerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said town with Highway No. 7 East; thence easterly along said highway to Main Street North; thence northerly along said street and Highway No. 48 to the northerly limit of said town.

Milton

(Population: 109,440)

(Map 8)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Halton comprised of:

  • (a) the Town of Milton; and

  • (b) that part of the City of Burlington lying northwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northeasterly limit of said city with No. 1 Side Road; thence southwesterly along said road, its production and No. 1 Side Road to Appleby Line; thence southeasterly along said line to Dundas Street; thence southwesterly along said street to Walkers Line; thence southeasterly along said line to Upper Middle Road; thence southwesterly along said road to Guelph Line; thence northwesterly along said line to Dundas Street; thence southwesterly along said street to the southwesterly limit of said city.

Mississauga Centre

(Population: 116,619)

(Map 6)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Peel comprised of that part of the City of Mississauga described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Eglinton Avenue West with Hurontario Street; thence southeasterly along said street to Queensway West; thence southwesterly along Queensway West and its production to the Credit River; thence generally westerly along said river to Dundas Street West; thence southwesterly along said street to Mississauga Road; thence generally northwesterly along said road to Eglinton Avenue West; thence northeasterly along said avenue to the point of commencement.

Mississauga East—Cooksville

(Population: 116,478)

(Map 6)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Peel comprised of that part of the City of Mississauga described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northeasterly limit of said city with Queensway East; thence southwesterly along Queensway East to Hurontario Street; thence northwesterly along said street to Eglinton Avenue East; thence northeasterly along said avenue to the northeasterly limit of said city; thence generally southeasterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

Mississauga—Erin Mills

(Population: 115,493)

(Map 6)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Peel comprised of that part of the City of Mississauga described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southwesterly limit of said city with Britannia Road West; thence northeasterly along said road to Erin Mills Parkway; thence southeasterly along said parkway to Eglinton Avenue West; thence northeasterly along said avenue to Mississauga Road; thence generally southeasterly along said road to Dundas Street West; thence southwesterly along said street to the southwesterly limit of said city; thence northwesterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

Mississauga North

(Population: 112,061)

(Map 6)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Peel comprised of that part of the City of Mississauga described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of said city with Airport Road; thence southeasterly along said road to Morning Star Drive; thence generally northeasterly along said drive to Goreway Drive; thence southeasterly along said drive to Derry Road East; thence northeasterly along said road to the northeasterly limit of said city; thence generally southeasterly along said limit to Eglinton Avenue West; thence southwesterly along said avenue, Eglinton Avenue East and Eglinton Avenue West to Creditview Road; thence northwesterly along said road to the Credit River; thence generally northerly, generally southwesterly and northwesterly along said river to Highway No. 401; thence northeasterly along said highway to Second Line West; thence northwesterly along said line and its production to the northwesterly limit of said city; thence northerly and generally northeasterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

Mississauga South

(Population: 112,583)

(Map 6)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Peel comprised of that part of the City of Mississauga lying southeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northeasterly limit of said city with Queensway East; thence southwesterly along Queensway East, Queensway West and its production to the Credit River; thence generally westerly along said river to Dundas Street West; thence southwesterly along said street to the southwesterly limit of said city.

Mississauga West—Streetsville

(Population: 110,004)

(Map 6)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Peel comprised of that part of the City of Mississauga described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southwesterly limit of said city with Britannia Road West; thence northeasterly along said road to Erin Mills Parkway; thence southeasterly along said parkway to Eglinton Avenue West; thence northeasterly along said avenue to Creditview Road; thence northwesterly along said road to the Credit River; thence generally northerly, generally southwesterly and northwesterly along said river to Highway No. 401; thence northeasterly along said highway to Second Line West; thence northwesterly along said line and its production to the northwesterly limit of said city; thence generally southwesterly and southeasterly along the northwesterly and southwesterly limits of the City of Mississauga to the point of commencement.

Mount Pleasant

(Population: 99,695)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Queens Park Crescent West with Wellesley Street West; thence easterly along said street and Wellesley Street East to Sherbourne Street; thence northerly along said street and Sherbourne Street North to Rosedale Valley Road; thence generally easterly and northeasterly along said road and its production to the Don River; thence generally northerly along said river to Pottery Road; thence northwesterly and southwesterly along said road to Bayview Avenue; thence generally northwesterly and northerly along said avenue to Broadway Avenue; thence westerly along said avenue to Yonge Street; thence southerly along said street to Eglinton Avenue West; thence westerly along said avenue to Oriole Parkway; thence generally southerly along said parkway to Lonsdale Road; thence westerly along said road to Avenue Road; thence southerly along said road, Queens Park and Queens Park Crescent West to the point of commencement.

Nepean

(Population: 104,775)

(Map 15)

Consisting of that part of the City of Ottawa described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Richmond Road with Highway No. 417; thence southwesterly along said highway to March Road; thence southeasterly along said road and Eagleson Road to Robertson Road; thence northeasterly along said road to Haanel Drive; thence easterly in a straight line to the intersection of West Hunt Club Road with Richmond Road; thence southerly along said road to Hope Side Road; thence southwesterly along said road to Eagleson Road; thence southeasterly along said road to Brophy Drive; thence northeasterly along said drive, Bankfield Road and its northeasterly production to the Rideau River (westerly of Long Island); thence northwesterly and generally northerly along said river (westerly of Long Island and Nicolls Island) to West Hunt Club Road; thence northwesterly and southwesterly along said road to Merivale Road; thence northwesterly along said road to the Ottawa Central Railway Inc. Railway; thence westerly along said railway to Richmond Road; thence northerly along said road to the point of commencement.

Nepean—Carleton

(Population: 91,550)

(Map 15)

Consisting of that part of the City of Ottawa described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Highway No. 7; thence generally northeasterly along said highway to Highway No. 417; thence northeasterly along said highway to Terry Fox Drive; thence generally southeasterly along said drive to Eagleson Road; thence southeasterly along said road to Brophy Drive; thence northeasterly along said drive, Bankfield Road and its northeasterly production to the Rideau River (westerly of Long Island); thence northwesterly and generally northerly along said river (westerly of Long Island and Nicolls Island) to West Hunt Club Road; thence easterly along said road and Hunt Club Road to Riverside Drive; thence generally southerly along said drive to Limebank Road; thence southeasterly along said road to Leitrim Road; thence northeasterly along said road to the southeasterly production of the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence northwesterly along said production and the Canadian Pacific Railway to Lester Road; thence northeasterly along said road and Davidson Road to Conroy Road; thence northwesterly along said road to Hunt Club Road; thence northeasterly along said road to Hawthorne Road; thence northeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of Russell Road with Blake Road; thence northeasterly along Blake Road and its northeasterly production to Highway No. 417; thence generally southeasterly along said highway to Boundary Road; thence southeasterly along said road to the easterly limit of said city; thence southeasterly, generally southwesterly and generally northwesterly along the easterly, southerly and westerly limits of said city to the point of commencement.

Newmarket—Aurora

(Population: 109,457)

(Map 20)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of York comprised of:

  • (a) the Town of Newmarket;

  • (b) that part of the Town of Aurora lying northerly of Wellington Street West and Wellington Street East; and

  • (c) that part of the Town of East Gwillimbury lying southerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said town with Green Lane West; thence easterly along said lane and Green Lane East to Highway No. 404; thence southerly along said highway to the northerly limit of the Town of Newmarket.

Niagara Falls

(Population: 98,397)

(Map 3)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Niagara comprised of the City of Niagara Falls and the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake.

Niagara West

(Population: 115,563)

(Map 3)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Regional Municipality of Niagara comprised of: the City of Thorold; the towns of Grimsby, Lincoln and Pelham; the Township of West Lincoln; and

  • (b) that part of the City of St. Catharines lying southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with St. Paul Street West (Regional Road No. 81); thence generally easterly along said street to St. Paul Crescent; thence northeasterly along said crescent to Twelve Mile Creek; thence generally southerly along said creek to Glendale Avenue; thence generally easterly along said avenue to Merritt Street; thence northwesterly along said street to Glendale Avenue; thence generally northeasterly along said avenue to the easterly limit of said city.

Nickel Belt—Timiskaming

(Population: 93,707)

(Map 1)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Territorial District of Nipissing lying northerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said territorial district with the southerly boundary of the geographic Township of Parkman; thence westerly along said boundary to the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of McAuslan; thence southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly boundaries of said geographic township and the southerly boundary of the geographic townships of Lasalle, Gooderham and Kenny to the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of McLaren; thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic townships of McLaren, Fell, Grant and Pedley to the northerly boundary of Nipissing Indian Reserve No. 10; thence westerly and southerly along the northerly and westerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the northern shoreline of Lake Nipissing; thence generally easterly along said shoreline to the westerly limit of the City of North Bay; thence southerly along said limit to the southerly limit of the Territorial District of Nipissing;

  • (b) that part of the City of Greater Sudbury lying easterly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Bowell; thence southerly along the westerly boundary of the geographic townships of Bowell and Lumsden to the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Balfour; thence westerly and southerly along the northerly and westerly boundaries of said geographic township to Morgan Road; thence southerly along said road to Blais Road; thence southerly in a straight line to the easterly intersection of Pioneer Road with Highway No. 144; thence southerly in a straight line to the intersection of Simmons Road with Gordon Lake Road; thence easterly along Simmons Road to the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Balfour; thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly boundaries of said geographic township and the southerly boundary of the geographic townships of Rayside, Blezard and Garson to the westerly boundary of Lot 6 of the geographic Township of Neelon; thence southerly along said boundary to Highway No. 17 East; thence easterly along said highway to the easterly limit of the City of Greater Sudbury;

  • (c) that part of the Territorial District of Sudbury lying easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said territorial district with the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Unwin; thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic townships of Unwin, Leask, McNamara, Beaumont and Roberts to the northerly limit of the City of Greater Sudbury; thence generally easterly and generally southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said city to the northwesterly boundary of the geographic Township of Hendrie; thence easterly along said geographic township to the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Jennings; thence southerly along the westerly boundary of the geographic townships of Jennings, Cherriman and Cosby to the North Channel (French River); thence generally southerly along said channel, passing westerly of the islands adjacent to Gibraltar Rock and Murdock River, to the junction of Murdock River with the Territorial District of Parry Sound;

  • (d) that part of the Territorial District of Timiskaming described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly boundary of the Province of Ontario with the northerly boundary of the Township of Brethour; thence westerly along the northerly boundary of the townships of Brethour and Hilliard to the easterly boundary of the Township of Evanturel; thence northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly boundaries of said township to the easterly boundary of the Township of Chamberlain; thence generally northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly boundaries of said township to Highway No. 11; thence generally northwesterly along said highway to the northerly limit of the Territorial District of Timiskaming; thence westerly along said limit to the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Fallon; thence southerly along the westerly boundary of the geographic townships of Fallon and Cleaver to the westerly limit of the Territorial District of Timiskaming; thence southerly, generally easterly and generally northerly along the westerly, southerly and easterly limits of said territorial district to the point of commencement; and

  • (e) that part of the Territorial District of Parry Sound consisting of Dokis Indian Reserve No. 9.

Nipissing

(Population: 83,821)

(Map 2)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Territorial District of Nipissing, excepting:
    • (i) that part of the Territorial District of Nipissing lying southerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Deacon; thence westerly and southerly along the northerly and westerly boundaries of said geographic township to the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Lister; thence westerly, southerly and easterly along the northerly, westerly and southerly boundaries of said geographic township to the northwest corner of the geographic Township of Anglin; thence southerly along the westerly boundary of the geographic townships of Anglin, Dickson and Preston to the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Airy; thence westerly along said boundary to the northeast corner of the County of Haliburton;

    • (ii) that part of the Territorial District of Nipissing lying northerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said territorial district with the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Wyse; thence westerly and southerly along the northerly and westerly boundaries of said geographic township to the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Garrow; thence westerly along the northerly boundary of the geographic townships of Garrow, Osborne, Hammell and Gladman to the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Gladman; thence southerly along the westerly boundary of the geographic townships of Gladman, Lyman, Charlton and Beaucage to the northerly boundary of Nipissing Indian Reserve No. 10; thence westerly and southerly along the northerly and westerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the northern shoreline of Lake Nipissing; thence generally easterly along said shoreline to the westerly limit of the City of North Bay; thence southerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Territorial District of Parry Sound; and

  • (b) that part of the Territorial District of Parry Sound lying northerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of the Territorial District of Parry Sound with the southerly boundary of the Township of Joly; thence westerly along the southerly boundary of the townships of Joly and Strong to the easterly limit of the Municipality of Magnetawan; thence northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly limits of said municipality to the easterly limit of the Municipality of Whitestone; thence northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly limits of said municipality to the westerly boundary of Lot 20, Concession 1 of the geographic Township of Wilson; thence generally northerly along the westerly boundary of Lot 20, concessions 1 to 14 of the geographic Township of Wilson and the westerly boundary of Lot 20, concessions 1 to 5 of the geographic Township of McConkey to the northerly boundary of Concession 5 of the geographic Township of McConkey; thence easterly along said boundary to the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Hardy; thence northerly along said boundary to the southerly boundary of Dokis Indian Reserve No. 9; thence generally northeasterly, generally northwesterly and generally northeasterly along the southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the northerly limit of the Territorial District of Parry Sound.

Oak Ridges

(Population: 109,235)

(Map 20)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of York comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the Township of King lying southerly of Highway No. 9 and Davis Drive West; and

  • (b) that part of the City of Vaughan lying northerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Major Mackenzie Drive West; thence easterly along said drive to Huntington Road; thence southerly along said road to Major Mackenzie Drive West; thence generally easterly along said drive to Humber Bridge Trail; thence easterly along said trail and its easterly production to Old Major Mackenzie Drive; thence easterly and southeasterly along said drive to Major Mackenzie Drive West; thence northeasterly and easterly along said drive to Highway No. 400; thence southerly along said highway to Rutherford Road; thence easterly along said road to the easterly limit of said city.

Oakville

(Population: 106,648)

(Map 8)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Halton comprised of that part of the Town of Oakville lying southeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northeast limit of said town with Upper Middle Road East; thence southwesterly, southeasterly and southwesterly along said road, Upper Middle Road West and its production to the southwesterly limit of the Town of Oakville.

Oshawa—Bowmanville

(Population: 107,674)

(Map 9)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Durham comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the City of Oshawa lying southerly of King Street West and King Street East; and

  • (b) that part of the Corporation of the Municipality of Clarington lying southerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said municipality with Nash Road; thence easterly along said road to a point where said road turns southerly (west of Bowmanville Creek); thence easterly in a straight line across Bowmanville Creek to Concession Road 3; thence easterly along Concession Road 3 to Regional Road 42; thence southerly along said road and its southerly production to Highway No. 35+115; thence southwesterly along said highway to Highway No. 401; thence westerly along said highway to Bennett Road; thence southerly along said road and its production to the southerly limit of said municipality.

Oshawa—Durham

(Population: 110,247)

(Map 9)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Durham comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the City of Oshawa lying northerly of King Street West and King Street East; and

  • (b) that part of the Corporation of the Municipality of Clarington lying northerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said municipality with Nash Road; thence easterly along said road to a point where said road turns southerly (west of Bowmanville Creek); thence easterly in a straight line across Bowmanville Creek to Concession Road 3; thence easterly along Concession Road 3 to Regional Road 42; thence northerly along said road, Darlington-Clarke Townline and its intermittent production to Concession Road 10; thence generally westerly along said road to Regional Road 20; thence generally northerly along said road to Darlington-Manvers Townline; thence northwesterly along said townline to the northerly limit of said municipality.

Ottawa Centre

(Population: 113,619)

(Map 15)

Consisting of that part of the City of Ottawa described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec with a line running N45°00′W from the mouth of the Rideau Canal; thence S45°00′E along said line to the mouth of the Rideau Canal; thence generally southeasterly along said canal to the northeasterly production of Frank Street; thence northeasterly along said production to the intersection of Greenfield Avenue with Nicholas Street; thence southeasterly along Nicholas Street to Highway No. 417; thence easterly along said highway to the Rideau River; thence generally southerly along said river to the easterly production of Borden Side Road; thence westerly along said production to Prince of Wales Drive; thence southerly along said drive to Fisher Avenue; thence westerly and northwesterly along said avenue to Baseline Road; thence southwesterly along said road to Merivale Road; thence northerly along said road to Carling Avenue; thence southwesterly along said avenue to Highway No. 417; thence southwesterly along said highway to Maitland Avenue; thence generally northwesterly along said avenue, Sherbourne Road and its northwesterly production to Richmond Road; thence N30°00′W to the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec; thence northeasterly along said boundary to the point of commencement.

Ottawa—Orléans

(Population: 116,903)

(Map 15)

Consisting of that part of the City of Ottawa described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Boundary Road with Highway No. 417 westbound; thence generally northwesterly along said highway to the abandoned Canadian Pacific Railway; thence easterly along said railway for approximately 300 metres to a hydroelectric transmission line; thence northwesterly along said transmission line to Innes Road; thence northeasterly along said road to Blair Road; thence northwesterly along said road to Regional Road No. 174; thence northeasterly along said regional road to Green’s Creek; thence generally northerly along said creek to the south shore of the Ottawa River; thence northwesterly to the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec; thence northeasterly along said boundary to its intersection with a line drawn due north from the mouth of Cardinal Creek; thence due south along said line to the mouth of Cardinal Creek; thence generally southeasterly along said creek to Innes Road; thence southwesterly along said road to Frank Kenny Road; thence generally southeasterly along said road to Wall Road; thence generally southwesterly along said road to Mer Bleue Road; thence southeasterly and generally southerly along said road to Navan Road; thence easterly along said road to Mer Bleue Road; thence generally southeasterly along said road, its production and Boundary Road to the point of commencement.

Ottawa South

(Population: 121,894)

(Map 15)

Consisting of that part of the City of Ottawa described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Rideau River with Highway No. 417; thence generally easterly and generally southeasterly along said highway to the northeasterly production of Blake Road; thence southwesterly along said production and Blake Road to Russell Road; thence southwesterly in a straight line to the intersection of Hunt Club Road with Hawthorne Road; thence southwesterly along Hunt Club Road to Conroy Road; thence southeasterly along said road to Davidson Road; thence southwesterly along said road and Lester Road to the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence southeasterly along said railway and its southeasterly production to Leitrim Road; thence southwesterly along said road to Limebank Road; thence northwesterly along said road and Riverside Drive to Hunt Club Road; thence westerly along said road and West Hunt Club Road to the Rideau River; thence generally northerly along said river to the point of commencement.

Ottawa—Vanier

(Population: 110,999)

(Map 15)

Consisting of that part of the City of Ottawa described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec with a line running N45°00′W from the mouth of the Rideau Canal; thence S45°00′E along said line to the mouth of the Rideau Canal; thence generally southeasterly along said canal to the northeasterly production of Frank Street; thence northeasterly along said production to the intersection of Greenfield Avenue with Nicholas Street; thence southeasterly along Nicholas Street to Highway No. 417; thence generally easterly along said highway to the abandoned Canadian Pacific Railway; thence easterly along said railway for approximately 300 metres to a hydroelectric transmission line; thence northwesterly along said transmission line to Innes Road; thence northeasterly along said road to Blair Road; thence northwesterly along said road to Regional Road No. 174; thence northeasterly along said regional road to Green’s Creek; thence generally northerly along said creek to the south shore of the Ottawa River; thence northwesterly to the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec; thence generally westerly along said boundary to the point of commencement.

Ottawa West—Nepean

(Population: 111,881)

(Map 15)

Consisting of that part of the City of Ottawa described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec with a line running N30°00′W from the intersection of the northwesterly production of Sherbourne Road with Richmond Road; thence S30°00′E to the intersection of said production with Richmond Road; thence generally southeasterly along said production, Sherbourne Road and Maitland Avenue to Highway No. 417; thence northeasterly along said highway to Carling Avenue; thence northeasterly along said avenue to Merivale Road; thence generally southerly along said road to Baseline Road; thence northeasterly along said road to Fisher Avenue; thence southeasterly and easterly along said avenue to Prince of Wales Drive; thence northerly along said drive to Borden Side Road; thence easterly along the easterly production of said road to the Rideau River; thence generally southerly along said river to West Hunt Club Road; thence northwesterly and southwesterly along said road to Merivale Road; thence northwesterly along Merivale Road to the Ottawa Central Railway Inc. Railway; thence westerly along said railway to Richmond Road; thence northeasterly along said road to Highway No. 417; thence southwesterly along said highway to March Road; thence generally northwesterly along said road, Herzberg Road and March Valley Road (Fourth Line) to Riddell Drive; thence northeasterly along said drive and its production to the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec; thence generally easterly along said boundary to the point of commencement.

Oxford

(Population: 105,719)

(Map 3)

Consisting of the County of Oxford.

Parkdale—High Park

(Population: 105,103)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Humber River with the Canadian Pacific–GO Transit railway; thence easterly along said railway to the Canadian National–GO Transit railway; thence southeasterly along said railway to Queen Street West; thence westerly along said street to Dufferin Street; thence southerly along said street to the F. G. Gardiner Expressway; thence westerly along said expressway to the southerly production of Spencer Avenue; thence southerly along said production to the southerly limit of said city; thence generally westerly along said limit to the southeasterly production of the Humber River; thence generally northwesterly along said production and the Humber River to the point of commencement.

Parry Sound—Muskoka

(Population: 84,641)

(Map 2)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Territorial District of Parry Sound lying southerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of the Territorial District of Parry Sound with the southerly boundary of the Township of Joly; thence westerly along the southerly boundary of the townships of Joly and Strong to the easterly limit of the Municipality of Magnetawan; thence northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly limits of said municipality to the easterly limit of the Municipality of Whitestone; thence northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly limits of said municipality to the westerly boundary of Lot 20, Concession 1 of the geographic Township of Wilson; thence generally northerly along the westerly boundary of Lot 20, concessions 1 to 14 of the geographic Township of Wilson and the westerly boundary of Lot 20, concessions 1 to 5 of the geographic Township of McConkey to the northerly boundary of Concession 5 of the geographic Township of McConkey; thence easterly along said boundary to the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Hardy; thence northerly along said boundary to the southerly boundary of Dokis Indian Reserve No. 9; thence generally northeasterly, generally northwesterly and generally northeasterly along the southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the northerly limit of the Territorial District of Parry Sound; and

  • (b) the Territorial District of Muskoka.

Perth—Wellington

(Population: 104,912)

(Map 3)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Perth; and

  • (b) that part of the County of Wellington comprised of: the Town of Minto; the townships of Mapleton and Wellington North.

Peterborough

(Population: 118,938)

(Map 4)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the City of Peterborough; and

  • (b) that part of the County of Peterborough comprised of: the townships of Asphodel-Norwood, Douro-Dummer, Havelock-Belmont-Methuen, Otonabee-South Monaghan and Smith-Ennismore-Lakefield.

Pickering—Brooklin

(Population: 109,363)

(Map 9)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Durham comprised of:

  • (a) the City of Pickering; and

  • (b) that part of the Town of Whitby lying northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said town with Conlin Road; thence westerly along said road and its production to Lyndebrook Road; thence westerly along said road and its production to the westerly limit of said town.

Prince Edward—Quinte West

(Population: 105,035)

(Map 4)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the City of Prince Edward;

  • (b) the City of Quinte West; and

  • (c) the County of Northumberland, excepting: the Township of Hamilton; the Town of Cobourg; the Municipality of Port Hope.

Renfrew—Pembroke

(Population: 102,537)

(Map 2)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Renfrew; and

  • (b) that part of the Territorial District of Nipissing lying southerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Deacon; thence westerly and southerly along the northerly and westerly boundaries of said geographic township to the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Lister; thence westerly, southerly and easterly along the northerly, westerly and southerly boundaries of said geographic township to the northwest corner of the geographic Township of Anglin; thence southerly along the westerly boundary of the geographic townships of Anglin, Dickson and Preston to the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Airy; thence westerly along said boundary to the northeast corner of the County of Haliburton.

Richmond Hill

(Population: 104,020)

(Map 20)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of York comprised of that part of the Town of Richmond Hill lying southerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said town with Major Mackenzie Drive West; thence easterly along said drive to Yonge Street; thence northerly along said street to Elgin Mills Road East; thence generally easterly along said road to the easterly limit of said town.

St. Catharines

(Population: 112,015)

(Map 16)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Niagara comprised of that part of the City of St. Catharines lying northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with St. Paul Street West (Regional Road No. 81); thence generally easterly along said street to St. Paul Crescent; thence northeasterly along said crescent to Twelve Mile Creek; thence easterly and generally southerly along said creek to Glendale Avenue; thence generally easterly along said avenue to Merritt Street; thence northwesterly along said street to Glendale Avenue; thence generally northeasterly along said avenue to the easterly limit of said city.

St. Paul’s

(Population: 99,382)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Eglinton Avenue West and Dufferin Street; thence southerly along Dufferin Street to Rogers Road; thence easterly along said road to Oakwood Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to St. Clair Avenue West; thence westerly along said avenue to Oakwood Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Davenport Road; thence westerly along said road to Dovercourt Road; thence southerly along said road to Bloor Street West; thence easterly along said street to Avenue Road; thence northerly along said road to Lonsdale Road; thence easterly along said road to Oriole Parkway; thence generally northerly along said parkway to Eglinton Avenue West; thence westerly along said avenue to the point of commencement.

Sarnia—Lambton

(Population: 106,293)

(Map 3)

Consisting of that part of the County of Lambton comprised of: the City of Sarnia; the towns of Petrolia and Plympton-Wyoming; the villages of Oil Springs and Point Edward; the townships of Enniskillen and St. Clair; and Sarnia Indian Reserve No. 45.

Sault Ste. Marie

(Population: 88,869)

(Map 1)

Consisting of that part of the Territorial District of Algoma lying westerly and southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America with the southeast corner of the Township of Plummer Additional; thence northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly boundaries of said township to the southwest corner of the geographic Township of Galbraith; thence northerly along the westerly boundary of the geographic townships of Galbraith, Morin, Kane, Hurlburt, Jollineau, Menard, Pine, Hoffman and Butcher to the southerly limit of the Territorial District of Sudbury; thence westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said territorial district to the Montreal River; thence generally westerly along said river to the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Home; thence westerly along the northerly boundary of the geographic townships of Home and Peever to the northern shoreline of Lake Superior; thence S45°00′W to the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America.

Scarborough—Agincourt

(Population: 104,499)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with Midland Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Highway No. 401; thence westerly along said highway to Victoria Park Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue to the northerly limit of the City of Toronto; thence easterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

Scarborough Centre

(Population: 108,826)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Highway No. 401 with McCowan Road; thence southerly along said road to Lawrence Avenue East; thence easterly along said avenue to Bellamy Road North; thence generally southerly along said road and its southerly production to Eglinton Avenue East; thence westerly along said avenue to Victoria Park Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue to Highway No. 401; thence easterly along said highway to the point of commencement.

Scarborough East

(Population: 102,646)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Rouge River with the northerly limit of said city; thence easterly, generally southerly and generally southwesterly along the northerly, easterly and southerly limits of said city to the southerly production of Morningside Avenue; thence northerly along said production and Morningside Avenue to Highway No. 401; thence westerly along said highway to Neilson Road; thence generally northerly along said road to Morningside Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue to the transmission line; thence northeasterly along said transmission line to the Rouge River; thence generally northerly along said river to the point of commencement.

Scarborough—Guildwood

(Population: 101,914)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Highway No. 401 with Morningside Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue and its production to the southerly limit of said city; thence southwesterly along said limit to the southerly production of Markham Road; thence northerly along said production and Markham Road to Eglinton Avenue East; thence westerly along said avenue to the southerly production of Bellamy Road North; thence generally northerly along said production and Bellamy Road North to Lawrence Avenue East; thence westerly along said avenue to McCowan Road; thence northerly along said road to Highway No. 401; thence easterly along said highway to the point of commencement.

Scarborough North

(Population: 101,080)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with the Rouge River; thence generally southerly along said river to the transmission line; thence westerly along said transmission line to Morningside Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Neilson Road; thence generally southerly along said road to Highway No. 401; thence westerly along said highway to Midland Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue to the northerly limit of said city; thence easterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

Scarborough Southwest

(Population: 106,733)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Eglinton Avenue East and Markham Road; thence southerly along Markham Road and its southerly production to the southerly limit of said city; thence generally southwesterly along said limit to the southerly production of Victoria Park Avenue; thence generally northerly along said production and Victoria Park Avenue to Eglinton Avenue East; thence easterly along said avenue to the point of commencement.

Simcoe—Grey

(Population: 113,245)

(Map 3)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Simcoe comprised of: the towns of Collingwood, Wasaga Beach and New Tecumseth; the townships of Clearview, Adjala-Tosorontio and Essa; and

  • (b) that part of the County of Dufferin comprised of the Township of Mulmur.

Simcoe North

(Population: 101,041)

(Map 2)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Simcoe comprised of: the townships of Tiny, Tay, Severn and Ramara; the towns of Penetanguishene and Midland; Christian Island Indian Reserve No. 30, Christian Island Indian Reserve No. 30A and Mnjikaning First Nation (Rama First Nation) Indian Reserve No. 32; and

  • (b) the City of Orillia.

Stormont—Dundas—South Glengarry

(Population: 100,913)

(Map 4)

Consisting of the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, excepting the Township of North Glengarry.

Sudbury

(Population: 85,263)

(Map 10)

Consisting of that part of the City of Greater Sudbury described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Highway No. 69 with Highway No. 17; thence generally westerly along Highway No. 17 to the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Waters; thence northerly along said boundary to Kelly Lake; thence northerly in a straight line to the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Waters; thence northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly boundaries of said geographic township to the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Snider, Lot 1; thence northerly along said boundary to the northerly boundary of Concession 2 of the geographic Township of Snider; thence easterly along said boundary to the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Snider; thence northerly along said boundary to the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of McKim; thence easterly along said boundary and the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Neelon to the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Neelon, Lot 7; thence southerly along said boundary and the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Dill, Lot 7 to Highway No. 69; thence westerly along said highway to the point of commencement.

Thunder Bay—Rainy River

(Population: 82,320)

(Map 17)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay lying southerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said territorial district with the 6th Base Line; thence easterly along said base line to longitude 90°00′W; thence southerly along said longitude to its most southerly intersection with the Dog River; thence generally southerly along said river to the western shoreline of Dog Lake; thence generally southerly along said shoreline to the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Fowler; thence westerly, southerly and easterly along the northerly, westerly and southerly boundaries of said geographic township to the Kaministiquia River; thence generally southerly along said river to the northerly limit of the Municipality of Oliver Paipoonge; thence easterly, southerly and easterly along the northerly and easterly limits of said municipality to the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 11, Highway No. 17); thence easterly along said highway, Harbour Expressway, Main Street and its easterly production to the easterly limit of the City of Thunder Bay; thence southwesterly, easterly and southerly along said limit to the northeast corner of the Municipality of Neebing situated easterly of Welcome Islands; thence S45°00′E to the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America; and

  • (b) the Territorial District of Rainy River, excepting the Township of Lake of the Woods.

Thunder Bay—Superior North

(Population: 83,126)

(Map 17)

Consisting of that part of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay lying easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said territorial district with a line running due north from the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Bulmer; thence due south to the northeast corner of said geographic township; thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic townships of Bulmer, Fletcher, Furlonge, McLaurin and Bertrand to the 6th Base Line; thence easterly along said base line to longitude 90°00′W; thence southerly along said longitude to its most southerly intersection with the Dog River; thence generally southerly along said river and the westerly shoreline of Dog Lake to the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Fowler; thence westerly, southerly and easterly along the northerly, westerly and southerly boundaries of said geographic township to the Kaministiquia River; thence generally southerly along said river to the northerly limit of the Municipality of Oliver Paipoonge; thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said municipality to Pole Line Road; thence easterly along said road and its production to the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 11, Highway No. 17); thence easterly along said highway, Harbour Expressway, Main Street and its easterly production to the easterly limit of the City of Thunder Bay; thence southwesterly, easterly and southerly along said limit to the northeast corner of the Municipality of Neebing situated easterly of Welcome Islands; thence S45°00′E to the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America.

Timmins—Cochrane—James Bay

(Population: 93,918)

(Map 1)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Territorial District of Kenora lying easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the northeast corner of the most northerly point of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay (Albany River); thence due north to the northerly boundary of the Province of Ontario;

  • (b) the Territorial District of Cochrane; and

  • (c) that part of the Territorial District of Timiskaming lying easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said territorial district with Highway No. 11; thence generally southeasterly along said highway to its intersection with the northerly boundary of the Township of Chamberlain; thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly boundaries of said township to the northerly boundary of the Township of Evanturel; thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly boundaries of said township to the northerly boundary of the Township of Hilliard; thence easterly along the northerly boundary of said township and the northerly boundary of the Township of Brethour to the easterly boundary of the Province of Ontario.

Toronto Centre

(Population: 99,860)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Queens Park Crescent West with Wellesley Street West; thence easterly along said street and Wellesley Street East to Sherbourne Street; thence northerly along said street and Sherbourne Street North to Rosedale Valley Road; thence generally easterly and northeasterly along said road and its production to the Don River; thence generally southerly along said river to Keating Channel; thence westerly along said channel and its production to the southerly production of York Street; thence northerly along said production and York Street to University Avenue; thence generally northerly along said avenue to Queens Park; thence northerly along Queens Park and Queens Park Crescent West to the point of commencement.

Toronto—Danforth

(Population: 104,017)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of said city with a line drawn due south from the southerly extremity of Ashbridge’s Bay; thence due north along said line to the extremity of Ashbridge’s Bay; thence generally northerly along said bay to its intersection with a straight line drawn on a bearing of 210° from the intersection of Coxwell Avenue and Lake Shore Boulevard East; thence in a straight line on a bearing of 30° to said intersection; thence northerly along Coxwell Avenue to Coxwell Boulevard; thence northeasterly along said boulevard and its production to Taylor Creek; thence generally westerly along said creek and the Don River East Branch to the Don River; thence generally westerly and generally southerly along said river to the Keating Channel; thence westerly along said channel and its production to the southerly production of Parliament Street; thence southerly in a straight line to the southerly extremity of the Eastern Channel of Toronto Harbour; thence southerly in a straight line to the corner of the southerly limit of the City of Toronto, said corner being situated southerly of the Outer Harbour East Headland (Leslie Street Spit); thence generally northeasterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

Toronto North

(Population: 95,278)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Highway No. 401 with Leslie Street; thence generally southerly along said street to Eglinton Avenue East; thence southwesterly along said avenue to the Don River West Branch; thence generally southeasterly along said branch to Overlea Boulevard; thence southwesterly along said boulevard to Thorncliffe Park Drive; thence southeasterly along said drive to a point at latitude 43°42′15″N and longitude 79°20′28″W; thence easterly in a straight line to the intersection of the Don River West Branch and the Don River; thence generally southwesterly along the Don River to Pottery Road; thence northwesterly and southwesterly along said road to Bayview Avenue; thence generally northwesterly and northerly along said avenue to Broadway Avenue; thence westerly along said avenue to Yonge Street; thence northerly along said street to Lawrence Avenue West; thence westerly along said avenue to Avenue Road; thence northerly along said road to Highway No. 401; thence northeasterly and easterly along said highway to the point of commencement.

Trinity—Spadina

(Population: 102,057)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Ossington Avenue with Bloor Street West; thence easterly along said street to Queens Park; thence southerly along Queens Park, Queens Park Crescent West and Queens Park to University Avenue; thence generally southerly along said avenue to York Street; thence southerly along said street and its production to the westerly production of Keating Channel; thence easterly along said production to the southerly production of Parliament Street; thence southerly in a straight line to the southerly extremity of the Eastern Channel of Toronto Harbour; thence southerly in a straight line to the southerly corner of the City of Toronto, said corner being situated southerly of the Outer Harbour East Headland (Leslie Street Spit); thence southwesterly, generally northerly and westerly along the southerly limit of said city to the southerly production of Spencer Avenue; thence northerly along said production to the F. G. Gardiner Expressway; thence easterly along said expressway to Dufferin Street; thence northerly along said street to Queen Street West; thence easterly along said street to the Canadian National–GO Transit railway; thence southeasterly along said railway to the southerly production of Dovercourt Road; thence northerly along said production and Dovercourt Road to Dundas Street West; thence easterly along said street to Ossington Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue to the point of commencement.

Vaughan—Thornhill

(Population: 110,427)

(Map 20)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of York comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the City of Vaughan lying easterly and southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of said city with Highway No. 400; thence northerly along said highway to Rutherford Road; thence easterly along said road to the easterly limit of said city; and

  • (b) that part of the Town of Markham lying westerly of Bayview Avenue.

Vaughan—Woodbridge

(Population: 105,450)

(Map 20)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of York comprised of that part of the City of Vaughan lying southerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Major Mackenzie Drive West; thence easterly along said drive to Huntington Road; thence southerly along said road to Major Mackenzie Drive West; thence generally easterly along said drive to Humber Bridge Trail; thence easterly along said trail and its easterly production to Old Major Mackenzie Drive; thence easterly and southeasterly along said drive to Major Mackenzie Drive West; thence northeasterly and easterly along said drive to Highway No. 400; thence southerly along said highway to the southerly limit of said city.

Waterdown—Glanbrook

(Population: 97,081)

(Map 11)

Consisting of that part of the City of Hamilton described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city with the Niagara Escarpment; thence generally westerly and generally southwesterly along said escarpment to Redhill Creek; thence westerly along said creek to Mountain Brow Boulevard; thence southerly along said boulevard to Arbour Road; thence generally southerly along said road, its intermittent production, Anchor Road and its southerly production to Rymal Road East; thence westerly along said road, Rymal Road West and Garner Road East to Glancaster Road; thence southerly along said road to the most northerly hydroelectric transmission line situated northerly of Grassyplain Drive; thence westerly along said transmission line to Trinity Road; thence northerly along said road and Highway No. 52 North to the Canadian National Railway; thence generally easterly along said railway to Highway No. 403; thence generally northeasterly along said highway to the northerly limit of said city; thence generally northwesterly, southwesterly, southerly, easterly and northerly along the northerly, westerly, southerly and easterly limits of said city to the point of commencement.

Waterloo

(Population: 98,780)

(Map 13)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Waterloo comprised of the City of Waterloo.

Welland—Fort Erie

(Population: 105,371)

(Map 3)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Niagara comprised of:

  • (a) the cities of Port Colborne and Welland;

  • (b) the Township of Wainfleet; and

  • (c) the Town of Fort Erie.

Wellington—Halton Hills

(Population: 115,880)

(Map 3)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Wellington comprised of: the townships of Centre Wellington, Guelph/Eramosa and Puslinch; the Town of Erin; and

  • (b) that part of the Regional Municipality of Halton comprised of the Town of Halton Hills.

Whitby

(Population: 101,380)

(Map 9)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Durham comprised of that part of the Town of Whitby lying southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said town with Conlin Road; thence westerly along said road and its production to Lyndebrook Road; thence westerly along said road and its production to the westerly limit of said town.

Willowdale

(Population: 109,680)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with Bayview Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Highway No. 401; thence westerly and southwesterly along said highway to the Don River West Branch; thence generally northwesterly along said branch to Bathurst Street; thence northerly along said street to the northerly limit of said city; thence easterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

Windsor—Tecumseh

(Population: 113,783)

(Map 19)

Consisting of that part of the County of Essex comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the Town of Tecumseh lying northerly of the eastbound lanes of Highway No. 401; and

  • (b) that part of the City of Windsor lying easterly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America with the northwesterly production of Langlois Avenue; thence southeasterly along said production and Langlois Avenue to Tecumseh Road East; thence easterly along said road to Pillette Road; thence southeasterly along said road and its intermittent productions to the northerly boundary of the Windsor International Airport; thence generally southwesterly along said boundary to the Canadian National Railway; thence southerly along said railway to the southerly limit of said city.

Windsor West

(Population: 118,973)

(Map 19)

Consisting of that part of the City of Windsor lying westerly and southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America with the northwesterly production of Langlois Avenue; thence southeasterly along said production and Langlois Avenue to Tecumseh Road East; thence easterly along said road to Pillette Road; thence southeasterly along said road and its intermittent productions to the northerly boundary of the Windsor International Airport; thence generally southwesterly along said boundary to the Canadian National Railway; thence southerly along said railway to the southerly limit of said city.

York Centre

(Population: 100,277)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with Keele Street; thence southerly along said street to Grandravine Drive; thence generally westerly along said drive to Black Creek; thence generally southeasterly along said creek to Sheppard Avenue West; thence westerly along said avenue to Jane Street; thence southerly along said street to Highway No. 401; thence easterly and northeasterly along said highway to the Don River West Branch; thence generally northwesterly along said branch to Bathurst Street; thence northerly along said street to the northerly limit of said city; thence westerly along said limit to the point of commencement.

York—Simcoe

(Population: 98,578)

(Map 3)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Regional Municipality of York comprised of:
    • (i) the Town of Georgina;

    • (ii) that part of the Town of East Gwillimbury lying northerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said town with Green Lane West; thence easterly along said lane and Green Lane East to Highway No. 404; thence southerly along said highway to the northerly limit of the Town of Newmarket;

    • (iii) that part of the Township of King lying northerly of Highway No. 9 and Davis Drive West;

  • (b) Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation Indian Reserve;

  • (c) that part of the County of Simcoe comprised of the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury; and

  • (d) that part of the Regional Municipality of Durham comprised of that part of the Township of Uxbridge lying northerly of Davis Drive.

York South—Weston

(Population: 101,719)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Humber River with Highway No. 401; thence easterly along said highway to Keele Street; thence southerly along said street to Eglinton Avenue West; thence westerly along said avenue to Keele Street; thence southerly along said street and its southerly production to the Canadian National–GO Transit railway; thence southeasterly along said railway to the Canadian Pacific–GO Transit railway; thence westerly and southwesterly along said railway to the Humber River; thence generally northerly along said river to the point of commencement.

York West

(Population: 108,198)

(Map 18)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with Keele Street; thence southerly along said street to Grandravine Drive; thence generally westerly along said drive to Black Creek; thence generally southeasterly along said creek to Sheppard Avenue West; thence westerly along said avenue to Jane Street; thence southerly along said street to Highway No. 401; thence westerly along said highway to the Humber River; thence generally northerly along said river to the northerly limit of said city; thence easterly along said limit to the point of commencement.