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Canada Gazette

Part Ⅱ

OTTAWA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2013

Registration

SI/2013-102 October 5, 2013

ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES READJUSTMENT ACT

Proclamation Declaring the Representation Order to be in Force Effective on the First Dissolution of Parliament that Occurs after May 1, 2014

PATRICIA JATON
Deputy of the Governor General

[L.S.]

Canada

ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom, Canada and Her other Realms and Territories QUEEN, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith.

TO ALL TO WHOM these Presents shall come or whom the same may in any way concern,

Greeting:

WILLIAM PENTNEY
Deputy Attorney General

A PROCLAMATION

Whereas, on September 26, 2013, the Leader of the Government in the House of Commons received from the Chief Electoral Officer the annexed representation order;

And whereas section 25 of the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act provides that, within five days after the day on which the Minister receives the representation order, the Governor in Council shall by proclamation declare the representation order to be in force, effective on the first dissolution of Parliament that occurs at least seven months after the day on which the proclamation was issued, and on the issue of the proclamation the order has the force of law accordingly;

Now know you that We, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council for Canada and pursuant to Order in Council P.C. 2013-963 of September 27, 2013, do by this Our Proclamation declare the annexed representation order to be in force, effective on the first dissolution of Parliament that occurs at least seven months after the day on which this Our Proclamation is issued.

OF ALL WHICH Our Loving Subjects and all others whom these Presents may concern are required to take notice and to govern themselves accordingly.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, We have caused this Our Proclamation to be published and the Great Seal of Canada to be affixed to it. WITNESS: PATRICIA JATON, Deputy of Our Right Trusty and Well-beloved David Johnston, Chancellor and Principal Companion of Our Order of Canada, Chancellor and Commander of Our Order of Military Merit, Chancellor and Commander of Our Order of Merit of the Police Forces, Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada.

AT OTTAWA, this first day of October in the year of Our Lord two thousand and thirteen and in the sixty-second year of Our Reign.

By Command,
JOHN KNUBLEY
Deputy Registrar General of Canada

SCHEDULE

ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES READJUSTMENT ACT

REPRESENTATION ORDER

Prepared and transmitted to the Minister, pursuant to section 24 of the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (chapter E-3 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985), as amended

Seven members of the House of Commons shall be elected for the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, four for the Province of Prince Edward Island, eleven for the Province of Nova Scotia, ten for the Province of New Brunswick, seventy-eight for the Province of Quebec, one hundred and twenty-one for the Province of Ontario, fourteen for the Province of Manitoba, fourteen for the Province of Saskatchewan, thirty-four for the Province of Alberta and forty-two for the Province of British Columbia.

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

The Commission recommends that the seven (7) electoral districts of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador be named and described as follows.

In the following descriptions:

  • (a) reference to “road”, “street”, “hill”, “cove”, “route”, “highway”, “river”, “brook”, “lake”, “harbour”, “bay”, “pond” or “channel” signifies the centre line of said feature unless otherwise described;
  • (b) 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 bounded on the first day of January, 2011;
  • (c) the translation of the term “street” follows Treasury Board standards, while the translation of all other public thoroughfare designations is based on commonly used terms but has no official recognition; and
  • (d) 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.

1. AVALON

(Population: 81,540)

All that area consisting of that part of the Avalon Peninsula on the Island of Newfoundland lying southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at a point in the Eastern Channel at latitude 47°25’49”N and longitude 54°03’34”W; thence easterly in a straight line to a point in the Eastern Channel at latitude 47°26’11”N and longitude 53°57’51”W; thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point in Long Harbour at latitude 47°24’13”N and longitude 53°55’10”W; thence easterly in a straight line to the southwesterly limit of the Town of Long Harbour-Mount Arlington Heights at the mouth of Rattling Brook; thence generally westerly, generally northeasterly, generally southeasterly and generally southwesterly along the westerly, southerly, northerly and easterly limits of said town to a point at approximate latitude 47°26’32”N and longitude 53°44’50”W (on the southwesterly shoreline of Warrens Pond); thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 47°24’44”N and longitude 53°43’54”W; thence easterly in a straight line to the southwesternmost point of the limit of the Town of Whitbourne; thence generally easterly and northerly along said limit to the northeastern most point of the limit of said town; thence northeasterly in a straight line to the southwesternmost point of the limit of the Town of Spaniard’s Bay; thence generally northerly along the westerly limit of said town to the northwesternmost point of the limit of said town; thence northerly in a straight line to a point in Hound Pond at latitude 47°46’36”N and longitude 53°22’23”W; thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point in Broad Cove Gull Pond at latitude 47°49’47”N and longitude 53°12’51”W; thence southerly in a straight line to a point on the westerly limit of the Town of Salmon Cove at approximate latitude 47°46’51”N and longitude 53°11’48”W; thence generally southerly, northeasterly and northwesterly along the westerly, southerly and easterly limits of said town to a point at approximate latitude 47°47’21”N and longitude 53°08’40”W; thence easterly in a straight line to a point in Conception Bay at latitude 47°46’33”N and longitude 52°59’22”W; thence generally southerly along Conception Bay to a point at latitude 47°35’58”N and longitude 53°06’22”W; thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point in Conception Bay at latitude 47°32’07”N and longitude 53°02’09”W; thence southeasterly in a straight line to the northwesterly limit of the Town of Conception Bay South at the mouth of Long Pond Harbour; thence northeasterly along the northwesterly limit of said town to the northwesterly limit of the Town of Paradise; thence northeasterly along the limit of said town to the northerly limit of said town; thence generally southeasterly along said limit to Camrose Drive; thence southerly along said drive to Paradise Road; thence generally southeasterly along said road to Topsail Road; thence generally easterly along said road to the southeasterly limit of the Town of Paradise; thence southerly and westerly along said limit to the easterly limit of the Town of Conception Bay South; thence generally southerly and westerly along said limit to the southerly limit of the City of St. John’s; thence generally southeasterly along said limit to the northwesternmost point of the Town of Bay Bulls; thence generally southerly along the westerly limit of said town to the northwesternmost point of the Town of Witless Bay; thence southerly and generally easterly along the westerly and southerly limits of said town to the easterly limit of said town.

Including Iona Islands, East Green Island, North Green Island, Harbour Island, Fox Island, Great Colinet Island and all other islands adjacent to the shoreline of the above-described area.

2. BONAVISTA—BURIN—TRINITY

(Population: 76,704)

All that area consisting of that part of the Island of Newfoundland and that part of the Avalon Peninsula on the Island of Newfoundland described as follows: commencing at a point in Fortune Bay at the mouth of Long Harbour at approximate latitude 47°34’03”N and longitude 55°06’34”W; thence generally northeasterly along Long Harbour to the end of said harbour; thence northeasterly in a straight line to the bridge on the Trans-Canada Highway (Route No. 1) spanning Middle Brook north of Square Pond; thence northerly in a straight line to Home Pond at latitude 48°57’06”N and longitude 54°14’05”W; thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point in Nine Mile Pond at latitude 49°08’48”N and longitude 54°22’10”W; thence northerly in a straight line to the southernmost point of the limit of the Town of Carmanville; thence westerly in a straight line to the southernmost intersection of Route No. 330 and Route No. 332; thence westerly in a straight line to a point in Gander Bay at latitude 49°19’58”N and longitude 54°28’05”W; thence generally northerly along Gander Bay to a point in Hamilton Sound at latitude 49°28’37”N and longitude 54°26’07”W; thence easterly in a straight line to a point in Hamilton Sound at latitude 49°29’31”N and longitude 54°12’17”W; thence generally northeasterly to a point in the Atlantic Ocean at latitude 49°54’20”N and longitude 53°31’58”W; thence generally southerly to a point in Bonavista Bay at latitude 48°39’56”N and longitude 53°31’24”W; thence generally northeasterly to a point in the Atlantic Ocean at latitude 48°43’57”N and longitude 53°00’00”W; thence generally southerly to a point in Conception Bay at latitude 47°46’33”N and longitude 52°59’22”W; thence westerly in a straight line to the easterly limit of the Town of Salmon Cove; thence southeasterly, southwesterly and generally northerly along the easterly, southerly and westerly limits of said town to a point at approximate latitude 47°46’51”N and longitude 53°11’48”W; thence northerly in a straight line to a point in Broad Cove Gull Pond at latitude 47°49’47”N and longitude 53°12’51”W; thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point in Hound Pond at latitude 47°46’36”N and longitude 53°22’23”W; thence southerly in a straight line to the northwesternmost point of the limit of the Town of Spaniard’s Bay; thence generally southerly along the westerly limit of said town to the southwesternmost point of the limit of said town; thence southwesterly in a straight line to the northeastern most point of the limit of the Town of Whitbourne; thence generally southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly limits of said town to the southwesternmost point of said town; thence westerly in a straight line to a point at latitude 47°24’44”N and longitude 53°43’54”W; thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point on the southeasterly limit of the Town of Long Harbour-Mount Arlington Heights at approximate latitude 47°26’32”N and longitude 53°44’50”W (on the southwesterly shoreline of Warrens Pond); thence generally northeasterly, generally northwesterly, generally southwesterly and generally easterly along the easterly, northerly, westerly and southerly limits of said town to the mouth of Rattling Brook where it joins Long Harbour; thence westerly in a straight line to a point in Long Harbour at latitude 47°24’13”N and longitude 53°55’10”W; thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point in the Eastern Channel at latitude 47°26’11”N and longitude 53°57’51”W; thence westerly in a straight line to a point in the Eastern Channel at latitude 47°25’49”N and longitude 54°03’34”W; thence generally southerly and westerly to a point in Placentia Bay at latitude 46°47’55”N and longitude 54°40’55”W; thence westerly to a point in the Atlantic Ocean south of Point May at latitude 46°47’45”N and longitude 55°57’27”W; thence northerly to a point in Fortune Bay at latitude 47°13’00”N and longitude 55°59’52”W; thence generally northeasterly along said bay to the point of commencement.

Including Gull Island, Woody Island, Billy Island, Flaherty Island, White Island, Gander Island, Green Island, Noggin Island, Wadham Islands, Funk Island, Cottel Island, Penguin Islands, Cabot Islands, Keans Island, Flowers Island, Random Island, Ireland’s Eye Island, Baccalieu Island, Crawley Island, Brine Islands, Iron Island, Red Island, Long Island, Merasheen Island and all other islands adjacent to and within the shoreline of the above-described area.

3. COAST OF BAYS—CENTRAL—NOTRE DAME

(Population: 78,092)

All that area consisting of that part of the Island of Newfoundland described as follows: commencing at the mouth of Chaleur Bay; thence generally northwesterly along said bay to the end of said bay; thence westerly in a straight line to the most southerly point of Dry Pond at approximate latitude 47°50’25”N and approximate longitude 57°31’17”W; thence northerly in a straight line to the mouth of Lloyds River at the westernmost extremity of Red Indian Lake; thence northerly in a straight line to a point in Hinds Lake at latitude 48°57’49”N and longitude 56°59’36”W; thence northerly in a straight line to the southeasternmost point of the limit of the Town of Hampden; thence generally northerly along the easterly limit of said town to the northeastern most point of the limit of said town; thence easterly in a straight line to a point in White Bay at latitude 49°34’31”N and longitude 56°50’24”W; thence generally northeasterly along said bay to a point in the Atlantic Ocean at latitude 50°32’16”N and longitude 55°30’00”W; thence generally southerly and easterly to a point in the Atlantic Ocean at latitude 49°54’20”N and longitude 53°31’58”W; thence generally southwesterly to a point in Hamilton Sound at latitude 49°29’31”N and longitude 54°12’17”W; thence westerly in a straight line to a point in Hamilton Sound at latitude 49°28’37”N and longitude 54°26’07”W; thence generally southerly along Gander Bay to a point at latitude 49°19’58”N and longitude 54°28’05”W; thence easterly in a straight line to the southernmost intersection of Route No. 330 and Route No. 332; thence easterly in a straight line to the southernmost point of the limit of the Town of Carmanville; thence southerly in a straight line to a point in Nine Mile Pond at latitude 49°08’48”N and longitude 54°22’10”W; thence southeasterly in a straight line to Home Pond at latitude 48°57’06”N and longitude 54°14’05”W; thence southerly in a straight line to the bridge on the Trans-Canada Highway (Route No. 1) spanning Middle Brook north of Square Pond; thence southwesterly in a straight line to Long Harbour; thence generally southwesterly along said harbour to the mouth of the said harbour, being a point in Fortune Bay at approximate latitude 47°34’03”N and approximate longitude 55°06’34”W; thence generally southwesterly along said bay to a point at latitude 47°13’00”N and longitude 55°59’52”W; thence generally northwesterly to the point of commencement.

Including Brunette Island, Sagona Island, St. John’s Island, Pass Island, Doone Island, Millers Island, Granby Island, Horse Islands, Exploits Islands, North and South Twillingate Islands, New World Island, Change Islands, Fogo Island, Perry Island, Eastern Indian Island, Grandfather Island, Herring Island and all other islands adjacent to and within the shoreline of the above-described area.

4. LABRADOR

(Population: 26,728)

Consisting of all that part of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador known as Labrador, including Belle Isle.

5. LONG RANGE MOUNTAINS

(Population: 87,592)

All that area consisting of that part of the Island of Newfoundland lying westerly and southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the mouth of Chaleur Bay; thence generally northwesterly along said bay to the end of said bay; thence westerly in a straight line to the most southerly point of Dry Pond at approximate latitude 47°50’25”N and approximate longitude 57°31’17”W; thence northerly in a straight line to the mouth of Lloyds River at the westernmost extremity of Red Indian Lake; thence northerly in a straight line to a point in Hinds Lake at latitude 48°57’49”N and longitude 56°59’36”W; thence northerly in a straight line to the southeasternmost point of the limit of the Town of Hampden; thence generally northerly along the easterly limit of said town to the northeasternmost point of the limit of said town; thence easterly in a straight line to a point in White Bay at latitude 49°34’31”N and longitude 56°50’24”W; thence generally northerly along said bay to the Atlantic Ocean.

Including Ramea Islands, Sops Island, Bell Island, Groais Island of the Grey Islands, Quirpon Island, St. John Island and all other islands adjacent to the shoreline of the above-described area.

6. ST. JOHN’S EAST

(Population: 81,936)

All that area consisting of:

  • (a) the towns of Bauline, Flatrock, Logy Bay-Middle Cove-Outer Cove, Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s, Pouch Cove, Torbay and Wabana;
  • (b) that part of the Town of Paradise lying northeasterly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of the Town of Paradise with Topsail Road; thence generally westerly along said road to Paradise Road; thence generally northwesterly along said road to Camrose Drive; thence northerly along said drive to the northerly limit of said town; and
  • (c) that part of the City of St. John’s lying northwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of the City of St. John’s with Kenmount Road coincident with the northerly limit of the City of Mount Pearl; thence northeasterly and easterly along said road and Freshwater Road to Lemarchant Road; thence southerly along said road to Barter’s Hill; thence generally southeasterly along Barter’s Hill to Waldegrave Street; thence easterly and northeasterly along said street to Water Street; thence northerly and northeasterly along said street to Temperance Street; thence northwesterly along said street to Duckworth Street; thence northeasterly along said street to Signal Hill Road; thence northeasterly along said road to Cabot Avenue; thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point on Signal Hill at approximate latitude 47°34’31”N and longitude 52°41’21”W (on the northern boundary of the Johnson Geo Centre lot); thence due east in a straight line to the Atlantic Ocean.

Including Bell Island, Little Bell Island, Kellys Island and all the other islands adjacent to the shoreline of the above-described area.

7. ST. JOHN’S SOUTH—MOUNT PEARL

(Population: 81,944)

All that area consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the City of St. John’s lying southeasterly of the southeasterly limits of the towns of Conception Bay South and Paradise, and southeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of the City of St. John’s with Kenmount Road coincident with the northerly limit of the City of Mount Pearl; thence northeasterly and easterly along said road and Freshwater Road to Lemarchant Road; thence southerly along said road to Barter’s Hill; thence generally southeasterly along Barter’s Hill to Waldegrave Street; thence easterly and northeasterly along said street to Water Street; thence northerly and northeasterly along said street to Temperance Street; thence northwesterly along said street to Duckworth Street; thence northeasterly along said street to Signal Hill Road; thence northeasterly along said road to Cabot Avenue; thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point on Signal Hill at approximate latitude 47°34’31”N and longitude 52°41’21”W (on the northern boundary of the Johnson Geo Centre lot); thence due east in a straight line to the Atlantic Ocean;
  • (b) the City of Mount Pearl; and
  • (c) the towns of Petty Harbour-Maddox Cove, Bay Bulls and Witless Bay.

Including Gull Island and all islands adjacent to the shoreline of the above-described area.

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

There shall be in the Province of Prince Edward Island four (4) electoral districts, named and described as follows, each of which shall return one member.

In the following descriptions:

  • (a) all cities, towns, counties, communities, islands and Indian reserves lying within the perimeter of the electoral district are included unless otherwise described;
  • (b) 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 bounded on January 1, 2011; and
  • (c) lot numbers and boundaries are referenced to Meacham’s 1880 Atlas.

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

1. CARDIGAN

(Population: 36,005)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Kings;
  • (b) that part of the County of Queens comprised of: lots 35, 36, 37, 48, 49, 50, 57, 58, 60 and 62; the Town of Stratford; and
  • (c) Governors Island and all other islands adjacent to the County of Kings and to the above-mentioned lots.
2. CHARLOTTETOWN

(Population: 34,562)

Consisting of the City of Charlottetown.

3. EGMONT

(Population: 34,598)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Prince comprised of: lots 1 to 17 inclusive; the Community of Sherbrooke; the City of Summerside; Lennox Island Indian Reserve No. 1; and
  • (b) the islands of Hog, Bird, Holman and all other islands adjacent to the above-mentioned lots.
4. MALPEQUE

(Population: 35,039)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Queens comprised of: lots 20 to 24 inclusive, 29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 65 and 67; the Town of Cornwall; the Resort Municipality of Stanley Bridge, Hope River, Bayview, Cavendish and North Rustico; the communities of Brackley, Miltonvale Park, Union Road, Warren Grove and Winsloe South; Rocky Point Indian Reserve No. 3;
  • (b) that part of the County of Prince composed of: lots 18, 19, 25 to 28 inclusive, excepting the Community of Sherbrooke and the City of Summerside; and
  • (c) the islands of St. Peters, Courtin, Little Courtin, Ram and all other islands adjacent to the above-mentioned lots.

NOVA SCOTIA

There shall be in the Province of Nova Scotia eleven (11) electoral districts, named and described as set out below, each of which shall return one member.

In the following descriptions:

  • (a) reference to “trail”, “street”, “avenue”, “road”, “connector”, “extension”, “highway”, “river”, “stream”, “brook”, “channel”, “cove”, “arm”, “bay”, “lake”, “harbour”, “transmission line” or “railway” signifies their centre line unless otherwise described;
  • (b) 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 bounded on the first day of January, 2011;
  • (c) reference to “counties” for inclusion in an electoral district signifies that all cities, towns, villages and Indian reserves lying within the perimeter of the counties are included unless otherwise described;
  • (d) all offshore islands are included in the landward district unless otherwise described;
  • (e) the translation of the terms “street”, “avenue” and “boulevard” follows Treasury Board standards, while the translation of all other public thoroughfare designations is based on commonly used terms but has no official recognition; and
  • (f) 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.

1. CAPE BRETON—CANSO

(Population: 75,247)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Richmond;
  • (b) the Municipality of the District of Guysborough;
  • (c) that part of the County of Inverness lying southerly of Cape Breton Highlands National Park of Canada;
  • (d) that part of the Cape Breton Regional Municipality lying southeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at a point in the centre of Bras d’Or Lake; thence northeasterly along said lake and East Bay to its most northeasterly extremity; thence due north to Portage Brook; thence generally northeasterly along said brook to Blacketts Lake; thence generally northeasterly along said lake and the Sydney River to Highway No. 125; thence generally northeasterly along said highway to Highway No. 4 (Grand Lake Road); thence northeasterly along said highway to Northwest Brook (south of Grand Lake); thence generally northeasterly along said brook and the westerly shoreline of Grand Lake to the Emera Utility Services Inc. Railway; thence northeasterly along said railway and its northerly branch (running towards the Community of Dominion) to its second intersection with Northwest Brook (north of Grand Lake); thence generally northerly and northeasterly along said brook, Lingan Bay and Indian Bay to the Cabot Strait; and
  • (e) that part of the County of Antigonish lying easterly and southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of said county and South River Lake; thence generally northerly along said lake to the South River; thence generally northerly along said river to Antigonish Harbour; thence generally northerly along said harbour, passing east of Blueberry Island, Reef Island, Fallis Island and Captains Island and passing west of Long Island, Sheep Island and Black Island, to St. Georges Bay; thence northeasterly along said bay to the easterly limit of said county at approximate latitude 45°51’52”N and longitude 61°34’07”W.
2. CENTRAL NOVA

(Population: 74,597)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Pictou;
  • (b) that part of the County of Antigonish lying westerly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of said county and South River Lake; thence generally northerly along said lake to the South River; thence generally northerly along said river to Antigonish Harbour; thence generally northerly along said harbour, passing east of Blueberry Island, Reef Island, Fallis Island and Captains Island and passing west of Long Island, Sheep Island and Black Island, to St. Georges Bay; thence northeasterly along said bay to the easterly limit of said county at approximate latitude 45°51’52”N and longitude 61°34’07”W;
  • (c) the Municipality of the District of St. Mary’s; and
  • (d) that part of the Halifax Regional Municipality lying easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said regional municipality and Highway No. 102; thence generally southerly along said highway to the unnamed brook flowing into Soldier Lake at approximate latitude 44°50’47”N and longitude 63°34’13”W; thence southerly along said brook and Soldier Lake to a point in said lake at latitude 44°48’18”N and longitude 63°34’15”W; thence easterly in a straight line to a point in Three Mile Lake at latitude 44°48’33”N and longitude 63°29’39”W; thence easterly in a straight line to a point in Porters Lake at latitude 44°48’29”N and longitude 63°22’51”W; thence southerly through said lake to a point in said lake at latitude 44°45’49”N and longitude 63°19’27”W; thence easterly in a straight line to the mouth of the unnamed brook at the western point of Thompson Lake; thence easterly along said lake, Conrod Lake, the brook between Conrod Lake and Chezzetcook Lake, and Chezzetcook Lake to the mouth of the Chezzetcook River; thence southerly along said river to Highway No. 7; thence southerly to Splitrock Point and the Atlantic Ocean at approximate latitude 44°37’12”N and longitude 63°09’31”W.
3. CUMBERLAND—COLCHESTER

(Population: 82,321)

Consisting of the counties of Colchester and Cumberland.

4. DARTMOUTH—COLE HARBOUR

(Population: 91,212)

Consisting of that part of the Halifax Regional Municipality described as follows: commencing at a point in Halifax Harbour at latitude 44°37’34”N and longitude 63°33’08”W; thence easterly and southeasterly (skirting northerly and easterly around McNabs Island) to a point in said harbour at latitude 44°37’13”N and longitude 63°30’57”W; thence northeasterly to a point on Main Road at approximate latitude 44°37’28”N and longitude 63°30’43”W; thence northwesterly along said road to Hines Road; thence generally easterly along said road and Caldwell Road to the unnamed brook flowing from Morris Lake; thence southeasterly along said brook to the Trans Canada Trail; thence northeasterly along said trail to the unnamed brook flowing from Bissett Lake; thence northwesterly along said brook and Bissett Lake to a point in Bissett Lake located due west of the intersection of Bissett Road with Bissett Lake Road; thence due east in a straight line to the intersection of said roads; thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point in Cole Harbour at latitude 44°40’01”N and longitude 63°26’47”W; thence northwesterly in a straight line to the unnamed brook flowing from Broom Lake; thence generally northerly along said brook to a transmission line; thence northerly along said transmission line to Highway No. 7 (Windmill Road); thence generally westerly along said highway to Forest Hills Extension; thence generally northwesterly along said extension to a point at latitude 44°44’17”N and longitude 63°33’32”W; thence westerly in a straight line to a point where the Canadian National Railway crosses Marshall Brook at approximate latitude 44°44’21”N and longitude 63°35’09”W; thence southwesterly along said railway to a point at latitude 44°43’00”N and longitude 63°36’38”W; thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point in Anderson Lake at latitude 44°43’26”N and longitude 63°37’16”W; thence northerly in a straight line to a point in said lake at latitude 44°43’33”N and longitude 63°37’19”W; thence southwesterly in a straight line to the unnamed brook at the southwesternmost point of said lake; thence westerly in a straight line to a point on Bedford Bypass at latitude 44°43’35”N and longitude 63°38’31”W; thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 44°43’07”N and longitude 63°39’03”W; thence southerly in a straight line to a point in Bedford Basin at latitude 44°42’17”N and longitude 63°39’16”W; thence southeasterly through said basin and Halifax Harbour (passing to the east of Georges Island) to the point of commencement.

5. HALIFAX

(Population: 92,643)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Halifax Regional Municipality described as follows: commencing at a point in the Atlantic Ocean on the southerly limit of said regional municipality at latitude 44°25’20”N and longitude 63°42’20”W; thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point in Pennant Bay at latitude 44°27’19”N and longitude 63°41’00”W; thence northeasterly in a straight line to the mouth of the unnamed stream flowing from Bar Harbour Lake to Pennant Bay at approximate latitude 44°28’02”N and longitude 63°40’19”W; thence northeasterly in a straight line to the mouth of the Pennant River at the northwestern most extremity of Grand Lake at approximate latitude 44°29’45”N and longitude 63°38’31”W; thence generally northwesterly along said river to Ragged Lake; thence generally northwesterly along the easterly shoreline of said lake to the Pennant River at approximate latitude 44°30’30”N and longitude 63°39’27”W; thence generally northerly along said river and The Two Lakes to the mouth of the unnamed brook at approximate latitude 44°31’35”N and longitude 63°39’12”W; thence northerly in a straight line to the northwesternmost extremity of Narrow Lake; thence northerly in a straight line to the intersection of Prospect Road (Highway No. 333) with Mills Drive; thence generally northerly along Prospect Road (Highway No. 333) to St. Margarets Bay Road (Highway No. 3); thence northwesterly along St. Margarets Bay Road (Highway No. 3) to Highway No. 103; thence northeasterly along said highway to Highway No. 102; thence northeasterly along said highway and its northbound split to Bayers Road; thence easterly along said road to the Canadian National Railway; thence generally northerly along said railway to Bedford Highway (Highway No. 2); thence westerly along said highway to its intersection with the Bedford Highway off-ramp situated northwest of Main Avenue; thence northwesterly in a straight line to the southernmost extremity of Fairview Cove; thence northerly in a straight line to a point in Bedford Basin at latitude 44°41’33”N and longitude 63°38’16”W; thence generally southeasterly along said basin, The Narrows and Halifax Harbour (passing to the east of Georges Island and to the west of McNabs Island) to a point in the Atlantic Ocean on the southerly limit of said regional municipality at latitude 44°33’43”N and longitude 63°30’00”W; thence generally southerly and westerly along the limit of said regional municipality to the point of commencement; including Georges Island; and
  • (b) Sable Island.
6. HALIFAX WEST

(Population: 87,275)

Consisting of that part of the Halifax Regional Municipality described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said regional municipality with Highway No. 101; thence southeasterly along said highway to Beaver Bank Road Connector; thence southwesterly along said connector and its production to the Sackville River; thence southwesterly, southeasterly and easterly along said river to the Little Sackville River; thence northerly along said river to Highway No. 101; thence generally southerly along said highway to Highway No. 102; thence northeasterly along said highway to Sucker Brook; thence easterly along said brook to the westerly shore of Rocky Lake; thence generally southerly along said shore to a point at latitude 44°45’03”N and longitude 63°37’45”W; thence southerly in a straight line from said point to the Canadian National Railway at latitude 44°44’56”N and longitude 63°37’44”W; thence southwesterly along said railway to its intersection with Rocky Lake Drive; thence southerly in a straight line to a point in Anderson Lake at latitude 44°43’33”N and longitude 63°37’19”W; thence southwesterly in a straight line to the mouth of an unnamed brook at the southwesternmost point of said lake at approximate latitude 44°43’23”N and longitude 63°37’37”W; thence westerly in a straight line to a point on Bedford Bypass at latitude 44°43’35”N and longitude 63°38’31”W; thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point at latitude 44°43’07”N and longitude 63°39’03”W; thence southerly in a straight line to a point in Bedford Basin at latitude 44°42’17”N and longitude 63°39’16”W; thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point in Bedford Basin at latitude 44°41’33”N and longitude 63°38’16”W; thence southerly to the southernmost extremity of Fairview Cove; thence southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of Bedford Highway (Highway No. 2) with the Bedford Highway off-ramp situated northwest of Main Avenue; thence easterly along said highway to the Canadian National Railway; thence generally southerly along said railway to Bayers Road; thence westerly along said road to the northbound split of Highway No. 102; thence southwesterly along said highway to Highway No. 103; thence generally northwesterly along said highway to Hammonds Plains Road (Highway No. 213); thence northeasterly along Hammonds Plains Road (Highway No. 213) to Stillwater Lake; thence northerly along said lake to its northernmost extremity at the mouth of Burns Runs; thence northwesterly in a straight line to the mouth of the Pockwock River at Wrights Lake; thence northerly in a straight line to the westernmost extremity of Ponhook Cove in Pockwock Lake; thence generally northerly along the westerly shoreline of said lake to the northerly limit of the Halifax Regional Municipality; thence generally northeasterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

7. KINGS—HANTS

(Population: 83,306)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Hants;
  • (b) that part of the County of Kings lying easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at a point where Canada Creek flows into the Minas Channel in the Bay of Fundy at approximate latitude 45°10’17”N and longitude 64°44’34”W; thence southerly along said creek to Black Rock Road; thence generally southerly along said road to Highway No. 101; thence easterly along said highway to the westerly boundary of Cambridge Indian Reserve No. 32; thence southerly along said boundary to the northerly production of Miller Lane; thence southerly along said production, said lane and its southerly production to the north end of Joudrey Mountain Road; thence southerly along said road to Randolph Road; thence easterly along said road to Sharpe Brook; thence generally southerly along said brook to Prospect Road; thence southwesterly in a straight line to the intersection of Arenburgs Meadows Brook with North River Road; thence southerly in a straight line to the southwesternmost extremity of Four Mile Lake; thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point north of Turbitt Lake lying on the southerly limit of the County of Kings at approximate latitude 44°50’29”N and longitude 64°31’46”W; and
  • (c) Cambridge Indian Reserve No. 32.
8. SACKVILLE—PRESTON—CHEZZETCOOK

(Population: 85,583)

Consisting of that part of the Halifax Regional Municipality described as follows: commencing at a point in Halifax Harbour at latitude 44°37’34”N and longitude 63°33’08”W; thence easterly and southeasterly (skirting northerly and easterly around McNabs Island) to a point in said harbour at latitude 44°37’13”N and longitude 63°30’57”W; thence northeasterly to a point on Main Road at approximate latitude 44°37’28”N and longitude 63°30’43”W; thence northwesterly along said road to Hines Road; thence generally easterly along said road and Caldwell Road to the unnamed brook flowing from Morris Lake; thence southeasterly along said brook to the Trans Canada Trail; thence northeasterly along said trail to the unnamed brook flowing from Bissett Lake; thence northwesterly along said brook and Bissett Lake to a point in Bissett Lake located due west of the intersection of Bissett Road with Bissett Lake Road; thence due east in a straight line to the intersection of said roads; thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point in Cole Harbour at latitude 44°40’01”N and longitude 63°26’47”W; thence northwesterly in a straight line to the unnamed brook flowing from Broom Lake; thence generally northerly along said brook to a transmission line; thence northerly along said transmission line to Highway No. 7 (Windmill Road); thence generally westerly along said highway to Forest Hills Extension; thence generally northwesterly along said extension to a point at latitude 44°44’17”N and longitude 63°33’32”W; thence westerly in a straight line to a point where the Canadian National Railway crosses Marshall Brook at approximate latitude 44°44’21”N and longitude 63°35’09”W; thence southwesterly along said railway to a point at latitude 44°43’00”N and longitude 63°36’38”W; thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point in Anderson Lake at latitude 44°43’26”N and longitude 63°37’16”W; thence northerly in a straight line to the intersection of the Canadian National Railway with Rocky Lake Drive; thence northeasterly along said railway to a point at latitude 44°44’56”N and longitude 63°37’44”W; thence northerly in a straight line to a point on the westerly shore of Rocky Lake at latitude 44°45’03”N and longitude 63°37’45”W; thence generally northerly along said shore to Sucker Brook; thence westerly along said brook to Highway No. 102; thence southwesterly along said highway to Highway No. 101; thence northwesterly along said highway to the Little Sackville River; thence southerly along said river to the Sackville River; thence westerly, northwesterly and northeasterly along said river to the southwesterly production of Beaver Bank Road Connector; thence northeasterly along said production and Beaver Bank Road Connector to Highway No. 101; thence northwesterly along said highway to the northerly limit of the Halifax Regional Municipality; thence generally northeasterly along said limit to Highway No. 102; thence generally southerly along said highway to the unnamed brook flowing into Soldier Lake at approximate latitude 44°50’47”N and longitude 63°34’13”W; thence southerly along said brook and Soldier Lake to a point in said lake at latitude 44°48’18”N and longitude 63°34’15”W; thence easterly in a straight line to a point in Three Mile Lake at latitude 44°48’33”N and longitude 63°29’39”W; thence easterly in a straight line to a point in Porters Lake at latitude 44°48’29”N and longitude 63°22’51”W; thence southerly through said lake to a point in said lake at latitude 44°45’49”N and longitude 63°19’27”W; thence easterly in a straight line to the mouth of the unnamed brook at the western point of Thompson Lake; thence easterly along said lake, Conrod Lake, the brook between Conrod Lake and Chezzetcook Lake, and Chezzetcook Lake to the mouth of the Chezzetcook River; thence southerly along said river to Highway No. 7; thence southerly to Splitrock Point and the southerly limit of the Halifax Regional Municipality in the Atlantic Ocean at approximate latitude 44°37’12”N and longitude 63°09’31”W; thence westerly along said limit to a point in Halifax Harbour at latitude 44°33’43”N and longitude 63°30’00”W; thence generally northerly along Halifax Harbour (passing to the west of McNabs Island) to the point of commencement.

9. SOUTH SHORE—ST. MARGARETS

(Population: 92,561)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Lunenburg;
  • (b) the Region of Queens Municipality;
  • (c) the County of Shelburne; and
  • (d) that part of the Halifax Regional Municipality lying westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said regional municipality with the westerly shoreline of Pockwock Lake; thence generally southerly along said shoreline to the westernmost extremity of Ponhook Cove in Pockwock Lake; thence southerly in a straight line to the mouth of the Pockwock River at Wrights Lake; thence southeasterly in a straight line to the northernmost extremity of Stillwater Lake at the mouth of Burns Runs; thence southerly along said lake to Hammonds Plains Road (Highway No. 213); thence southwesterly along said road to Highway No. 103; thence generally southeasterly along said highway to St. Margarets Bay Road (Highway No. 3); thence southeasterly along said road to Prospect Road (Highway No. 333); thence generally southerly along said road to Mills Drive; thence southerly in a straight line to the northwesternmost extremity of Narrow Lake; thence southerly in a straight line to the mouth of an unnamed brook on the Pennant River at approximate latitude 44°31’35”N and longitude 63°39’12”W; thence generally southerly along said river and The Two Lakes to Ragged Lake at approximate latitude 44°30’30”N and longitude 63°39’27”W; thence generally southeasterly along the easterly shoreline of said lake and the Pennant River to the most northwesterly extremity of Grand Lake at approximate latitude 44°29’45”N and longitude 63°38’31”W; thence southwesterly in a straight line to the mouth of the unnamed stream flowing from Bar Harbour Lake into Pennant Bay at approximate latitude 44°28’02”N and longitude 63°40’19”W; thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point in the Atlantic Ocean at latitude 44°27’19”N and longitude 63°41’00”W; thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point in the Atlantic Ocean on the southerly limit of said regional municipality at latitude 44°25’20”N and longitude 63°42’20”W.
10. SYDNEY—VICTORIA

(Population: 73,328)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Victoria;
  • (b) that part of the County of Inverness lying northerly of the southerly boundary of Cape Breton Highlands National Park of Canada; and
  • (c) that part of the Cape Breton Regional Municipality lying northwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at a point in the centre of Bras d’Or Lake; thence northeasterly along said lake and East Bay to its most northeasterly extremity; thence due north to Portage Brook; thence generally northeasterly along said brook to Blacketts Lake; thence generally northeasterly along said lake and the Sydney River to Highway No. 125; thence generally northeasterly along said highway to Highway No. 4 (Grand Lake Road); thence northeasterly along said highway to Northwest Brook (south of Grand Lake); thence generally northeasterly along said brook and the westerly shoreline of Grand Lake to the Emera Utility Services Inc. Railway; thence northeasterly along said railway and its northerly branch (running towards the Community of Dominion) to its second intersection with Northwest Brook (north of Grand Lake); thence generally northerly and northeasterly along said brook, Lingan Bay and Indian Bay to the Cabot Strait.
11. WEST NOVA

(Population: 83,654)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the counties of Annapolis, Digby and Yarmouth; and
  • (b) that part of the County of Kings lying westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at a point where Canada Creek flows into the Minas Channel in the Bay of Fundy at approximate latitude 45°10’17”N and longitude 64°44’34”W; thence southerly along said creek to Black Rock Road; thence generally southerly along said road to Highway No. 101; thence easterly along said highway to the westerly boundary of Cambridge Indian Reserve No. 32; thence southerly along said boundary to the northerly production of Miller Lane; thence southerly along said production, said lane and its southerly production to the north end of Joudrey Mountain Road; thence southerly along said road to Randolph Road; thence easterly along said road to Sharpe Brook; thence generally southerly along said brook to Prospect Road; thence southwesterly in a straight line to the intersection of Arenburgs Meadows Brook with North River Road; thence southerly in a straight line to the southwesternmost extremity of Four Mile Lake; thence southeasterly in a straight line to the southerly limit of the County of Kings.

NEW BRUNSWICK

There shall be in the Province of New Brunswick ten (10) electoral districts, named and described as follows, each of which shall return one member.

The following definitions apply to all the descriptions contained in this publication:

  • (a) reference to a “county” or “parish” signifies a “county” or “parish” as named and described in the Territorial Divisions Act, Chapter T-3 of the Revised Statutes of New Brunswick, 1973;
  • (b) reference to a municipality such as a “city”, “town” or “village” signifies a “city”, “town” or “village” as named and described in the Municipalities Order – Municipalities Act, New Brunswick Regulation 85-6;
  • (c) reference to an “Indian reserve” signifies a “reserve” as defined in the Indian Act, Chapter I-5 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985;
  • (d) 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 bounded on the first day of January, 2011;
  • (e) all counties, parishes, cities, towns, villages, rural communities and Indian reserves lying within the perimeter of the electoral district are included unless otherwise described;
  • (f) reference to “highway”, “drive”, “road”, “railway”, “transmission line”, “river”, “brook” and “creek” signifies their centre line unless otherwise described;
  • (g) the translation of the term “street” follows Treasury Board standards, while the translation of all other public thoroughfare designations is based on commonly used terms but has no official recognition; and
  • (h) all coordinates are in reference to the North American Datum 1983 (NAD 83).

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

1. ACADIE—BATHURST

(Population: 79,340)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Gloucester; and
  • (b) that part of the County of Restigouche lying northerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the southernmost intersection of the easterly limit of the County of Restigouche and the boundary of the Jacquet River Gorge Protected Natural Area; thence generally southwesterly and generally northwesterly along the boundary of said protected natural area to the southerly limit of the Village of Belledune; thence northwesterly, generally northeasterly and easterly along the limit of said village to the easterly limit of the County of Restigouche.
2. BEAUSÉJOUR

(Population: 80,416)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Kent comprised of:
    • (i) the towns of Bouctouche and Richibucto;
    • (ii) the villages of Rexton, Saint-Antoine and Saint-Louis de Kent;
    • (iii) the parishes of Dundas, Richibucto, Saint-Charles, Saint-Louis, Saint Mary, Saint-Paul and Wellington;
    • (iv) Buctouche Indian Reserve No. 16 and Indian Island Indian Reserve No. 28; and
  • (b) the County of Westmorland, excepting:
    • (i) that part of the City of Moncton described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city and the eastbound lane of Highway No. 2 (Trans-Canada Highway); thence westerly along said highway to Harrisville Boulevard; thence southeasterly along said boulevard to the southerly limit of said city; thence generally southwesterly, northerly and easterly along the limits of said city to the point of commencement;
    • (ii) that part of the City of Dieppe described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city and Dieppe Boulevard; thence southerly along said boulevard to Champlain Street; thence westerly along said street to Pascal Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Gauvin Road; thence westerly along said road to Thomas Street; thence generally southerly along said street and Centrale Street to Melanson Road; thence westerly along said road and its production to the westerly limit of said city; thence northwesterly and easterly along the limits of said city to the point of commencement;
    • (iii) the villages of Petitcodiac and Salisbury;
    • (iv) the Parish of Salisbury;
    • (v) that part of the Parish of Moncton lying westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said parish and Highway No. 126; thence generally southeasterly along said highway to Homestead Road; thence northeasterly along said road to the southerly limit of said parish; thence generally southerly, westerly and southerly along said limit to the Petitcodiac River;
    • (vi) Soegao Indian Reserve No. 35.
3. FREDERICTON

(Population: 81,759)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the City of Fredericton lying southerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of the City of Fredericton and the westerly boundary of Devon Indian Reserve No. 30; thence southwesterly along the boundary of said Indian reserve and its production to the Two Nations crossing; thence northwesterly and westerly along said crossing to Ring Road; thence generally northwesterly and westerly along said road to Brookside Drive; thence northeasterly along said drive to a transmission line lying immediately north of the West Hills crossing; thence northwesterly along the transmission line to the westerly limit of said city;
  • (b) that part of the County of York comprised of:
    • (i) the Village of New Maryland;
    • (ii) Devon Indian Reserve No. 30 and St. Mary’s Indian Reserve No. 24;
    • (iii) that part of the Parish of Saint Marys lying southerly of Campbell Creek;
    • (iv) that part of the Parish of Kingsclear lying easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the eastbound lane of Highway No. 8 and the westerly limit of the City of Fredericton; thence generally southwesterly along said highway to its intersection with the eastbound lane of Highway No. 2 (Trans-Canada Highway); thence southeasterly along said highway to the southeasterly limit of the Parish of Kingsclear;
  • (c) that part of the County of Sunbury comprised of:
    • (i) the Town of Oromocto;
    • (ii) Oromocto Indian Reserve No. 26;
    • (iii) the parishes of Burton and Sheffield;
    • (iv) that part of the Parish of Lincoln lying northerly of the eastbound lane of Highway No. 2 (Trans-Canada Highway);
    • (v) that part of the Parish of Maugerville lying southwesterly of the Canadian National Railway; and
  • (d) that part of the County of Queens comprised of that part of the Parish of Canning lying southwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northeasterly limit of the Parish of Sheffield with the northwesterly limit of the Parish of Canning; thence southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of Highway No. 690 with an unnamed brook lying some 80 metres northeasterly of Pondstream Road; thence southerly and easterly along said brook to Grand Lake; thence generally easterly along said lake to the easterly limit of said parish.
4. FUNDY ROYAL

(Population: 79,331)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Albert, excepting that part of the Town of Riverview described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Petitcodiac River with the brook known locally as Gray’s Brook; thence generally southeasterly along the most westerly branch of said brook to the westerly production of Whitepine Road; thence easterly along said production and Whitepine Road to Pine Glen Road; thence northerly along Pine Glen Road to McAllister Road; thence easterly along McAllister Road to its most southeasterly corner; thence easterly along the production of said road to the New Brunswick Power Corporation transmission line; thence generally northerly along said line and its production to the rear baseline of the lots fronting on the western right-of-way of Point Park Drive; thence northerly along said rear baseline and its projection to the Petitcodiac River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to the point of commencement;
  • (b) the County of Kings, excepting:
    • (i) the towns of Grand Bay-Westfield and Rothesay;
    • (ii) the parishes of Greenwich, Kars and Studholm;
    • (iii) the Parish of Springfield, excepting that part of the Village of Norton lying within said parish;
    • (iv) that part of the Parish of Westfield lying northerly and westerly of the Saint John River;
  • (c) that part of the County of Queens comprised of the parishes of Brunswick and Waterborough;
  • (d) that part of the County of Saint John comprised of:
    • (i) the Village of St. Martins;
    • (ii) the Parish of Saint Martins;
    • (iii) that part of the Parish of Simonds lying northeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Old Black River Road and the easterly limit of the City of Saint John (that is to say, the Mispec River); thence generally southeasterly and easterly along said road to West Beach Road; thence southerly along said road to latitude 45°13’44”N; thence southerly in a straight line to a point in the Bay of Fundy lying at latitude 45°12’31”N and longitude 65°50’39”W; and
  • (e) that part of the County of Westmorland comprised of:
    • (i) the villages of Petitcodiac and Salisbury;
    • (ii) the Parish of Salisbury;
    • (iii) that part of the Parish of Moncton lying westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said parish and Highway No. 126; thence generally southeasterly along said highway to Homestead Road; thence northeasterly along said road to the westerly limit of the City of Moncton; thence generally southerly along said limit to the Petitcodiac River;
    • (iv) Soegao Indian Reserve No. 35.
5. MADAWASKA—RESTIGOUCHE

(Population: 62,540)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Madawaska, excepting:
    • (i) that part of the Town of Grand Falls / Grand-Sault lying within said county;
    • (ii) the Rural Community of Saint-André;
    • (iii) the Parish of Saint-André;
  • (b) the County of Restigouche, excepting:
    • (i) that part of the Village of Belledune lying within said county;
    • (ii) that part of the County of Restigouche lying northerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the southernmost intersection of the easterly limit of the County of Restigouche and the boundary of the Jacquet River Gorge Protected Natural Area; thence generally southwesterly and generally northeasterly along the boundary of said protected natural area to the southerly limit of the Village of Belledune; and
  • (c) that part of the County of Northumberland lying westerly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said county and the westerly limit of the Parish of Balmoral; thence southerly along the production of the westerly limit of said parish to the Mount Walker peak, lying at approximate latitude 47°21’00”N and longitude 66°39’15”W; thence due west to the westerly limit of said county.
6. MIRAMICHI—GRAND LAKE

(Population: 59,343)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Northumberland, excepting that part lying westerly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said county and the westerly limit of the Parish of Balmoral; thence southerly along the production of the westerly limit of said parish to the Mount Walker peak, lying at approximate latitude 47°21’00”N and longitude 66°39’15”W; thence due west to the westerly limit of said county;
  • (b) that part of the County of Kent comprised of:
    • (i) that part of the Village of Rogersville lying within said county;
    • (ii) the parishes of Acadieville, Carleton, Harcourt, Huskisson and Weldford;
    • (iii) Richibucto Indian Reserve No. 15;
  • (c) that part of the County of Queens comprised of:
    • (i) the Village of Chipman;
    • (ii) the Parish of Chipman;
    • (iii) that part of the Village of Minto lying within said county;
    • (iv) that part of the Parish of Canning lying northeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northeasterly limit of the Parish of Sheffield and the northwesterly limit of the Parish of Canning; thence southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of Highway No. 690 and an unnamed brook lying some 80 metres northeasterly of Pondstream Road; thence southerly and easterly along said brook to Grand Lake; thence generally easterly along said lake to the easterly limit of said parish;
  • (d) that part of the County of Sunbury comprised of:
    • (i) the Parish of Northfield;
    • (ii) that part of the Parish of Maugerville lying northeasterly of the Canadian National Railway;
    • (iii) that part of the Village of Minto lying within said county; and
  • (e) that part of the County of York comprised of that part of the Rural Community of Upper Miramichi lying within said county.
7. MONCTON—RIVERVIEW—DIEPPE

(Population: 89,484))

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Westmorland comprised of:
    • (i) that part of the City of Moncton described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city and the eastbound lane of Highway No. 2 (Trans-Canada Highway); thence westerly along said highway to Harrisville Boulevard; thence southeasterly along said boulevard to the southerly limit of said city; thence generally southwesterly, northerly and easterly along the limits of said city to the point of commencement;
    • (ii) that part of the City of Dieppe described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city and Dieppe Boulevard; thence southerly along said boulevard to Champlain Street; thence westerly along said street to Pascal Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Gauvin Road; thence westerly along said road to Thomas Street; thence generally southerly along said street and Centrale Street to Melanson Road; thence westerly along said road and its production to the westerly limit of said city; thence northwesterly and easterly along the limits of said city to the point of commencement; and
  • (b) that part of the County of Albert comprised of that part of the Town of Riverview described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Petitcodiac River with the brook known locally as Gray’s Brook; thence generally southeasterly along the most westerly branch of said brook to the westerly production of Whitepine Road; thence easterly along said production and Whitepine Road to Pine Glen Road; thence northerly along Pine Glen Road to McAllister Road; thence easterly along McAllister Road to its most southeasterly corner; thence easterly along the production of said road to the New Brunswick Power Corporation transmission line; thence generally northerly along said line and its production to the rear baseline of the lots fronting on the western right-of-way of Point Park Drive; thence northerly along said rear baseline and its projection to the Petitcodiac River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to the point of commencement.
8. NEW BRUNSWICK SOUTHWEST

(Population: 66,197)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Charlotte;
  • (b) that part of the County of Kings comprised of:
    • (i) the Town of Grand Bay-Westfield;
    • (ii) the parishes of Greenwich, Kars and Studholm;
    • (iii) that part of the Parish of Westfield lying northerly and westerly of the Saint John River;
    • (iv) the Parish of Springfield, excepting that part of the Village of Norton lying within said parish;
  • (c) that part of the County of Queens comprised of:
    • (i) the villages of Cambridge-Narrows and Gagetown;
    • (ii) the parishes of Cambridge, Gagetown, Hampstead, Johnston, Petersville and Wickham;
  • (d) that part of the County of Saint John comprised of the Parish of Musquash;
  • (e) that part of the County of Sunbury comprised of:
    • (i) the villages of Fredericton Junction and Tracy;
    • (ii) the parishes of Gladstone and Blissville;
    • (iii) that part of the Parish of Lincoln lying southerly of the eastbound lane of Highway No. 2 (Trans-Canada Highway); and
  • (f) that part of the County of York comprised of:
    • (i) the villages of Harvey and McAdam;
    • (ii) the parishes of Dumfries, Manners Sutton, McAdam, New Maryland and Prince William;
    • (iii) Kingsclear Indian Reserve No. 6;
    • (iv) that part of the Parish of Kingsclear lying westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the eastbound lane of Highway No. 8 and the westerly limit of the City of Fredericton; thence generally southwesterly along said highway to its intersection with the eastbound lane of Highway No. 2 (Trans-Canada Highway); thence southeasterly along said highway to the southeasterly limit of the Parish of Kingsclear.
9. SAINT JOHN—ROTHESAY

(Population: 82,129)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Saint John comprised of:
    • (i) the City of Saint John;
    • (ii) The Brothers Indian Reserve No. 18;
    • (iii) that part of the Parish of Simonds lying southwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Old Black River Road and the easterly limit of the City of Saint John (that is to say, the Mispec River); thence generally southeasterly and easterly along said road to West Beach Road; thence southerly along said road to latitude 45°13’44”N; thence southerly in a straight line to a point in the Bay of Fundy at latitude 45°12’31”N and longitude 65°50’39”W; and
  • (b) that part of the County of Kings comprised of the Town of Rothesay.
10. TOBIQUE—MACTAQUAC

(Population: 70,632)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Carleton;
  • (b) the County of Victoria;
  • (c) that part of the County of Madawaska comprised of:
    • (i) that part of the Town of Grand Falls / Grand-Sault lying within said county;
    • (ii) the Rural Community of Saint-André;
    • (iii) the Parish of Saint-André; and
  • (d) that part of the County of York comprised of:
    • (i) the villages of Canterbury, Meductic, Millville and Stanley;
    • (ii) the Town of Nackawic;
    • (iii) the parishes of Bright, Canterbury, Douglas, North Lake, Queensbury and Southampton;
    • (iv) that part of the Parish of Saint Marys lying northerly of Campbell Creek, excluding Devon Indian Reserve No. 30;
    • (v) the Parish of Stanley, excepting the part of the Rural Community of Upper Miramichi;
    • (vi) that part of the City of Fredericton lying northerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of the City of Fredericton and the westerly boundary of Devon Indian Reserve No. 30; thence southwesterly along the boundary of said Indian reserve and its production to the Two Nations crossing; thence northwesterly and westerly along said crossing to Ring Road; thence generally northwesterly and westerly along said road to Brookside Drive; thence northeasterly along said drive to a transmission line lying immediately northerly of the West Hills crossing; thence northwesterly along said transmission line to the westerly limit of said city.

QUEBEC

This publication contains a provincial map of Quebec, four (4) maps for Southern and Eastern Quebec, individual maps of cities including more than one electoral district, and a map and description of each of the province’s seventy-eight (78) electoral districts.

The sources used in the preparation of the maps in this atlas are from Natural Resources Canada (Canada Centre for Remote Sensing) and Statistics Canada (Geography Division).

The following applies to all the descriptions contained in this publication:

  • (a) for the purposes of descriptions of electoral districts, the term “regional county municipality” means a corporation having jurisdiction over a territory in respect of which letters patent have been issued pursuant to the provisions of Division 1, Chapter 1, Title II of the Land Use Planning and Development Act (c. A-19.1 of the Revised Statutes of Quebec) following the coming into force of section 12.1 (S.Q. 1979, c. 51, s. 251) of the Territorial Division Act (c. D-11 of the Revised Statutes of Quebec);
  • (b) reference to “boulevard”, “road”, “street”, “estuary”, “river”, “highway”, “avenue”, “parkway”, “railway”, “transmission line”, “bridge” and “canal” signifies their centre line unless otherwise described;
  • (c) all villages, cities and Indian reserves lying within the perimeter of an electoral district are included in it unless otherwise described;
  • (d) wherever a word or expression is used to designate a territorial division, that word or expression designates the territorial division as it existed or was delimited on the first day of March, 2011; and
  • (e) the translation of the terms “street”, “avenue” and “boulevard” follows Treasury Board standards, while the translation of all other public thoroughfare designations is based on commonly used terms but has no official recognition. The French term “ville” is always and exclusively translated as “city”.

The population figure of each electoral district is derived from the 2011 decennial census conducted by Statistics Canada.

1. ABITIBI—BAIE-JAMES—NUNAVIK—EEYOU

(Population: 85,475)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional County Municipality of La Vallée-de-l’Or, including: Lac-Simon Indian Reserve; the Kitcisakik Indian settlement;
  • (b) the Equivalent Territory of Jamésie, including: the Cree village municipalities and the Cree reserved lands of Chisasibi, Eastmain, Mistissini, Nemiscau, Waskaganish, Waswanipi and Wemindji; the Indian settlement of Oujé-Bougoumou; and
  • (c) the Territory of the Kativik Regional Administration, including the Cree Village Municipality and the Cree Reserved Land of Whapmagoostui; the Nordic village municipalities of Akulivik, Aupaluk, Inukjuak, Ivujivik, Kangiqsualujjuaq, Kangiqsujuaq, Kangirsuk, Kuujjuaq, Kuujjuarapik, Puvirnituq, Quaqtaq, Salluit, Tasiujaq and Umiujaq; the Naskapi Village Municipality of Kawawachikamach.
2. ABITIBI—TÉMISCAMINGUE

(Population: 102,794)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the City of Rouyn-Noranda;
  • (b) the Regional County Municipality of Témiscamingue, including: Timiskaming Indian Reserve No. 19 and Eagle Village First Nation-Kipawa Indian Reserve; the Hunter’s Point and Winneway Indian settlements;
  • (c) the Regional County Municipality of Abitibi-Ouest; and
  • (d) the Regional County Municipality of Abitibi, including Pikogan Indian Reserve.
3. AHUNTSIC-CARTIERVILLE

(Population: 110,473)

Consisting of that part of the City of Montréal comprised of that part of the borough of Ahuntsic-Cartierville lying southwesterly of Papineau Avenue and Highway No. 19 (Papineau Highway).

4. ALFRED-PELLAN

(Population: 98,045)

Consisting of that part of the City of Laval lying northeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of said city with Papineau Avenue (Athanase-David Bridge); thence southeasterly along said avenue to des Lacasse Avenue; thence southwesterly along said avenue to des Laurentides Boulevard; thence southeasterly along said boulevard to de la Concorde Boulevard East; thence generally northeasterly along said boulevard to Highway No. 19 (Papineau Highway); thence southeasterly along said highway to the southeasterly limit of the City of Laval.

5. ARGENTEUIL—LA PETITE-NATION

(Population: 94,208)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the regional county municipalities of Papineau and Argenteuil;
  • (b) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Les Pays-d’en-Haut comprised of the municipalities of Lac-des-Seize-Îles, Morin-Heights, Saint-Adolphe-d’Howard and Wentworth-Nord;
  • (c) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Les Collines-de-l’Outaouais comprised of the municipalities of L’Ange-Gardien and Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette; and
  • (d) that part of the City of Gatineau comprised of the sectors of Masson-Angers and Buckingham.
6. AVIGNON—LA MITIS—MATANE—MATAPÉDIA

(Population: 74,547)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional County Municipality of Avignon, including Gesgapegiag Indian Reserve and Listuguj Indian Reserve No. 1; and
  • (b) the regional county municipalities of La Matapédia, La Mitis and Matane.
7. BEAUCE

(Population: 106,337)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the regional county municipalities of Beauce-Sartigan and Robert-Cliche;
  • (b) the Regional County Municipality of La Nouvelle-Beauce, excepting the Parish Municipality of Saint-Lambert-de-Lauzon; and
  • (c) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Les Etchemins comprised of the municipalities of Sainte-Aurélie, Saint-Benjamin, Saint-Prosper and Saint-Zacharie.
8. BEAUPORT—LIMOILOU

(Population: 92,944)

Consisting of that part of the City of Québec comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the borough of La Cité-Limoilou lying northerly of the Saint-Charles River and its estuary; and
  • (b) that part of the borough of Beauport lying southerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said borough with Louis-XIV Boulevard; thence generally easterly along said boulevard to Lloyd-Welch Boulevard; thence southerly along the production of said boulevard and Armand-Paris Boulevard to Raymond Boulevard; thence generally southerly along said boulevard to Highway No. 40 (Félix-Leclerc Highway); thence generally southeasterly along said highway and its production to the southeasterly limit of the borough of Beauport.
9. BÉCANCOUR—NICOLET—SAUREL

(Population: 93,779)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional County Municipality of Nicolet-Yamaska, including Odanak Indian Reserve No. 12;
  • (b) the Regional County Municipality of Pierre-De Saurel; and
  • (c) the Regional County Municipality of Bécancour, including Wôlinak Indian Reserve No. 11.
10. BELLECHASSE—LES ETCHEMINS—LÉVIS

(Population: 112,385)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional County Municipality of Bellechasse;
  • (b) the Regional County Municipality of Les Etchemins, excepting the municipalities of Sainte-Aurélie, Saint-Benjamin, Saint-Prosper and Saint-Zacharie; and
  • (c) that part of the City of Lévis comprised of:
    • (i) the borough of Desjardins;
    • (ii) that part of the borough of Les Chutes-de-la-Chaudière-Est lying northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said borough with Highway No. 20 (Jean-Lesage Highway); thence generally easterly along said highway to the Etchemin River; thence generally easterly along said river to the easterly limit of the borough of Les Chutes-de-la-Chaudière-Est.
11. BELOEIL—CHAMBLY

(Population: 109,955)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Rouville comprised of: the cities of Marieville and Richelieu; the Municipality of Saint-Mathias-sur-Richelieu; and
  • (b) that part of the Regional County Municipality of La Vallée-du-Richelieu comprised of: the cities of Beloeil, Carignan, Chambly, Mont-Saint-Hilaire and Otterburn Park; the municipalities of McMasterville and Saint-Jean-Baptiste.
12. BERTHIER—MASKINONGÉ

(Population: 98,590)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the regional county municipalities of D’Autray and Maskinongé;
  • (b) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Matawinie comprised of: the municipalities of Saint-Félix-de-Valois and Saint-Jean-de-Matha; the Parish Municipality of Saint-Damien; and
  • (c) that part of the City of Trois-Rivières comprised of the sector of Pointe-du-Lac.
13. BLAINVILLE

(Population: 98,499)

Consisting of that part of the Regional County Municipality of Thérèse-De Blainville comprised of the cities of Blainville, Bois-des-Filion, Lorraine and Sainte-Thérèse.

14. BOUCHER—LES PATRIOTES—VERCHÈRES

(Population: 95,326)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Regional County Municipality of La Vallée-du-Richelieu comprised of the municipalities of Saint-Antoine-sur-Richelieu, Saint-Charles-sur-Richelieu, Saint-Denis-sur-Richelieu, Saint-Marc-sur-Richelieu and Saint-Mathieu-deBeloeil;
  • (b) the Regional County Municipality of Marguerite-D’Youville, excepting the City of Sainte-Julie; and
  • (c) the City of Boucherville.
15. BOURASSA

(Population: 100,286)

Consisting of that part of the City of Montréal comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the borough of Ahuntsic-Cartierville lying northeasterly of Papineau Avenue and Highway No. 19 (Papineau Highway); and
  • (b) the borough of Montréal-Nord.
16. BROME—MISSISQUOI

(Population: 98,616)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional County Municipality of Brome-Missisquoi;
  • (b) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Le Haut-Richelieu comprised of: the Parish Municipality of Saint-Sébastien; the municipalities of Henryville, Noyan, Saint-Georges-de-Clarenceville and Venise-en-Québec; and
  • (c) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Memphrémagog comprised of: the City of Magog; the Village Municipality of Stukely-Sud; the municipalities of Austin, Bolton-Est, Eastman, Saint-Benoît-du-Lac and Saint-Étienne-de-Bolton; the township municipalities of Potton and Orford.
17. BROSSARD—SAINT-LAMBERT

(Population: 100,828)

Consisting of the cities of Brossard and Saint-Lambert.

18. CENTRE-DU-BAS-SAINT-LAURENT

(Population: 84,809)

Consisting of the regional county municipalities of Les Basques, Rimouski-Neigette and Témiscouata.

19. CHARLESBOURG—HAUTE-SAINT-CHARLES

(Population: 103,331)

Consisting of that part of the City of Québec comprised of:

  • (a) the borough of Charlesbourg; and
  • (b) that part of the borough of La Haute-Saint-Charles lying northeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of the City of Québec with Valcartier Boulevard; thence generally southeasterly along said boulevard to the transmission line; thence generally easterly along said transmission line to the Saint-Charles River; thence generally northeasterly along said river to de la Colline Boulevard; thence southeasterly along said boulevard to de la Faune Street; thence northeasterly along said street to the transmission line; thence easterly along said transmission line to Lapierre Avenue; thence southeasterly along said avenue to the southeasterly limit of the borough of La Haute-Saint-Charles.
20. CHARLEVOIX—MONTMORENCY

(Population: 92,496)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the regional county municipalities of L’Île-d’Orléans, La Côte-de-Beaupré, Charlevoix-Est and Charlevoix; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Québec comprised of that part of the borough of Beauport lying northerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said borough with Louis-XIV Boulevard; thence generally easterly along said boulevard to Lloyd-Welch Boulevard; thence southerly along the southerly production of said boulevard and Armand-Paris Boulevard to Raymond Boulevard; thence generally southerly along said boulevard to Highway No. 40 (Félix-Leclerc Highway); thence generally southeasterly along said highway and its production to the southeasterly limit of the borough of Beauport.
21. CHÂTEAUGUAY—LACOLLE

(Population: 92,169)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional County Municipality of Les Jardins-de-Napierville, excepting: the Township Municipality of Hemmingford; the Village Municipality of Hemmingford;
  • (b) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Beauharnois-Salaberry comprised of the municipalities of SainteMartine and Saint-Urbain-Premier; and
  • (c) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Roussillon comprised of: the cities of Châteauguay, Léry and Mercier; the Parish Municipality of Saint-Isidore.
22. CHICOUTIMI

(Population: 81,501)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Fjord-du-Saguenay comprised of: the municipalities of Ferland-etBoilleau, L’Anse-Saint-Jean, Petit-Saguenay, Rivière-Éternité and Saint-Félix-d’Otis; the unorganized territory of Lalemant; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Saguenay comprised of:
    • (i) the borough of La Baie;
    • (ii) that part of the borough of Chicoutimi lying northeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of said borough with Highway No. 70; thence generally southeasterly along said highway, du Royaume Boulevard East (Highway No. 170) and Highway No. 170 to the southeasterly limit of the borough of Chicoutimi.
23. COMPTON—STANSTEAD

(Population: 101,946)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the regional county municipalities of Coaticook and Le Haut-Saint-François;
  • (b) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Le Val-Saint-François comprised of the Municipality of Stoke;
  • (c) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Memphrémagog comprised of: the City of Stanstead; the village municipalities of Ayer’s Cliff and North Hatley; the municipalities of Hatley, Ogden and Sainte-Catherine-de-Hatley; the township municipalities of Hatley and Stanstead; and
  • (d) the City of Sherbrooke, excepting the boroughs of Fleurimont, Jacques-Cartier and Le Mont-Bellevue.
24. DORVAL—LACHINE

(Population: 106,886)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the cities of Dorval and L’Île Dorval; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Montréal comprised of:
    • (i) the borough of Lachine;
    • (ii) that part of the borough of LaSalle lying northwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of the borough of Le Sud-Ouest and the former Canadian Pacific Railway (westerly of Jean-Chevalier Street); thence southwesterly along said railway to Dollard Avenue; thence southeasterly along said avenue to de l’Aqueduc Canal; thence generally southwesterly along said canal and its production to the southerly limit of the City of Montréal.
25. DRUMMOND

(Population: 98,681)

Consisting of the Regional County Municipality of Drummond.

26. GASPÉSIE—LES ÎLES-DE-LA-MADELEINE

(Population: 78,833)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the regional county municipalities of La Haute-Gaspésie, La Côte-de-Gaspé, Le Rocher-Percé and Bonaventure; and
  • (b) the Equivalent Territory of Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine, comprised of the municipalities of Grosse-Île and Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine.
27. GATINEAU

(Population: 106,424)

Consisting of that part of the City of Gatineau described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with Saint-Joseph Boulevard; thence easterly in a straight line to the Gatineau River; thence generally southeasterly along said river to the southerly limit of the City of Gatineau (Ottawa River); thence generally northeasterly along said limit and said river to the easterly limit of the sector of Gatineau; thence northerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the City of Gatineau; thence generally westerly along said limit to Montée Paiement; thence generally southerly along Montée Paiement to Highway No. 50 (de l’Outaouais Highway); thence westerly and southerly along said highway to La Vérendrye Boulevard West; thence northwesterly and southwesterly along said boulevard and du Pont Avenue to the northerly limit of the City of Gatineau (Alonzo-Wright Bridge); thence generally southerly along said limit to the point of commencement.

28. HOCHELAGA

(Population: 103,436)

Consisting of that part of the City of Montréal comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the borough of Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve lying southwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southeasterly limit of the City of Montréal with the southeasterly production of Haig Avenue; thence northwesterly along said production and said avenue to Hochelaga Street; thence southwesterly along said street to Langelier Boulevard; thence northwesterly along said boulevard to Sherbrooke Street East; thence northeasterly along said street to the transmission line lying between Trianon Street and Des Groseilliers Street; thence northwesterly along said transmission line to the westerly limit of said borough; thence generally southwesterly and northwesterly along said limit to Beaubien Street East; thence southwesterly along said street to Langelier Boulevard; thence northwesterly along said boulevard to the westerly limit of the borough of Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve; and
  • (b) that part of the borough of Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie lying northeasterly of Pie-IX Boulevard and southeasterly of Bélanger Street.
29. HONORÉ-MERCIER

(Population: 102,587)

Consisting of that part of the City of Montréal comprised of:

  • (a) the borough of Anjou;
  • (b) that part of the borough of Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles lying westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northeasterly limit of the City of Montréal-Est with Henri-Bourassa Boulevard East; thence northeasterly along said boulevard to Highway No. 40 (Félix-Leclerc Highway); thence northerly along said highway to the northerly limit of the City of Montréal; and
  • (c) that part of the borough of Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve lying northeasterly of Langelier Boulevard and northwesterly of Beaubien Street East.
30. HULL—AYLMER

(Population: 103,447)

Consisting of that part of the City of Gatineau described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Eardley Road; thence southeasterly along said road to des Allumetières Boulevard; thence generally easterly along said boulevard to des Grives Boulevard; thence generally northerly along said boulevard to Pink Road; thence generally easterly along said road to Saint-Raymond Boulevard; thence generally easterly along said boulevard to the Gatineau Parkway; thence northwesterly along said parkway to the northerly limit of the City of Gatineau; thence generally northeasterly along said limit to Saint-Joseph Boulevard; thence easterly in a straight line to the Gatineau River; thence generally southeasterly along said river to the southerly limit of the City of Gatineau (Ottawa River); thence generally southwesterly, northwesterly and northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said city and said river to the point of commencement.

31. JOLIETTE

(Population: 100,683)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional County Municipality of Matawinie, excepting: the municipalities of Saint-Félix-de-Valois and Saint-Jean-de-Matha; the Parish Municipality of Saint-Damien; the unorganized territories of Baie-Obaoca and Lac-Cabasta; including the Communauté Atikamekw de Manawan Indian Reserve; and
  • (b) the Regional County Municipality of Joliette.
32. JONQUIÈRE

(Population: 87,596)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Lac-Saint-Jean-Est comprised of the municipalities of Labrecque, Lamarche and Saint-Nazaire;
  • (b) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Fjord-du-Saguenay comprised of: the municipalities of Bégin, Larouche, Saint-Ambroise, Saint-Charles-de-Bourget, Saint-David-de-Falardeau, Saint-Fulgence and Saint-Honoré; the Parish Municipality of Sainte-Rose-du-Nord; the unorganized territories of Mont-Valin and Lac-Ministuk; and
  • (c) that part of the City of Saguenay comprised of:
    • (i) the borough of Jonquière;
    • (ii) that part of the borough of Chicoutimi lying southwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of said borough with Highway No. 70; thence generally southeasterly along said highway, du Royaume Boulevard East (Highway No. 170) and Highway No. 170 to the southeasterly limit of the borough of Chicoutimi.
33. LA POINTE-DE-L’ÎLE

(Population: 103,512)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the City of Montréal-Est; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Montréal comprised of:
    • (i) that part of the borough of Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles lying southeasterly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northernmost corner of the City of Montréal-Est with Henri-Bourassa Boulevard East; thence northeasterly along said boulevard to Highway No. 40 (Métropolitaine Highway); thence northerly along said highway to the northerly limit of the City of Montréal;
    • (ii) that part of the borough of Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve lying northeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southeasterly limit of the City of Montréal with the southeasterly production of Haig Avenue; thence northwesterly along said production and said avenue to Hochelaga Street; thence southwesterly along said street to Langelier Boulevard; thence northwesterly along said boulevard to Sherbrooke Street East; thence northeasterly along said street to the transmission line lying between Trianon Street and Des Groseilliers Street; thence northwesterly along said transmission line to the westerly limit of the borough of Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.
34. LA PRAIRIE

(Population: 99,811)

Consisting of that part of the Regional County Municipality of Roussillon comprised of: the cities of Candiac, Delson, La Prairie, Sainte-Catherine and Saint-Constant; the municipalities of Saint-Mathieu and Saint-Philippe; including Kahnawake Indian Reserve No. 14.

35. LAC-SAINT-JEAN

(Population: 105,783)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional County Municipality of Domaine-du-Roy, including Mashteuiatsh Indian Reserve;
  • (b) the Regional County Municipality of Maria-Chapdelaine; and
  • (c) the Regional County Municipality of Lac-Saint-Jean-Est, excepting the municipalities of Labrecque, Lamarche and Saint-Nazaire.
36. LAC-SAINT-LOUIS

(Population: 108,795)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the cities of Baie-D’Urfé, Beaconsfield, Kirkland, Pointe-Claire and Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue;
  • (b) the Village Municipality of Senneville; and
  • (c) that part of the City of Montréal comprised of:
    • (i) that part of the borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro lying southwesterly of Jacques-Bizard Boulevard;
    • (ii) that part of the borough of L’Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève lying southeasterly of the Rivière des Prairies and southwesterly of Jacques-Bizard Boulevard.
37. LASALLE—VERDUN

(Population: 105,317)

Consisting of that part of the City of Montréal comprised of:

  • (a) the borough of Verdun, excepting Île des Sœurs;
  • (b) that part of the borough of LaSalle lying southeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of the borough of Le Sud-Ouest and the former Canadian Pacific Railway (westerly of Jean-Chevalier Street); thence southwesterly along said former railway to Dollard Avenue; thence southeasterly along said avenue to de l’Aqueduc Canal; thence generally southwesterly along said canal and its production to the southerly limit of the City of Montréal; and
  • (c) that part of the borough of Le Sud-Ouest lying westerly and southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Pullman Street and Highway No. 720 (Ville-Marie Highway); thence southwesterly along said highway to Highway No. 15 (Décarie Highway); thence southeasterly along said highway to de Lachine Canal; thence northeasterly along said canal to Atwater Avenue; thence southeasterly along said avenue to the limit of the borough of Le Sud-Ouest.
38. LAURENTIDES—LABELLE

(Population: 111,357)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional County Municipality of Les Laurentides, including Doncaster Indian Reserve No. 17;
  • (b) the Regional County Municipality of Les Pays-d’en-Haut, excepting the municipalities of Morin-Heights, Saint-Adolphe-d’Howard, Wentworth-Nord and Lac-des-Seize-Îles; and
  • (c) the Regional County Municipality of Antoine-Labelle.
39. LAURIER—SAINTE-MARIE

(Population: 107,034)

Consisting of that part of the City of Montréal comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the borough of Le Plateau-Mont-Royal lying northeasterly and southeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of said borough with Saint-Denis Street; thence southeasterly along said street to Duluth Avenue East; thence southwesterly along said avenue and Duluth Avenue West to du Parc Avenue; thence southeasterly along said avenue to the southeasterly limit of the borough of Le Plateau-Mont-Royal; and
  • (b) that part of the borough of Ville-Marie lying northeasterly and northwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of said borough with de Bleury Street; thence southeasterly along said street to Viger Avenue West; thence northeasterly along said avenue and Viger Avenue East to the Jacques-Cartier Bridge; thence easterly along said bridge to the St. Lawrence River (westerly of Sainte-Hélène Island); thence northerly and easterly along said river (passing westerly and northerly of said island) to the intersection of the easterly limit of the City of Montréal with the northerly limit of the borough of Ville-Marie.
40. LAVAL—LES ÎLES

(Population: 103,053)

Consisting of that part of the City of Laval lying southwesterly and southeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southeasterly limit of the City of Laval with the southeasterly production of 83rd Avenue; thence northwesterly along said production, 83rd Avenue and Curé-Labelle Boulevard to Saint-Martin Boulevard West; thence southwesterly along said boulevard to Highway No. 13 (Chomedey Highway); thence northwesterly along said highway to the northwesterly limit of the City of Laval.

41. LEMOYNE

(Population: 104,895)

Consisting of that part of the City of Longueuil comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the borough of Le Vieux-Longueuil lying southwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of said borough with the northwesterly production of de Châteauguay Street; thence southeasterly along said production and de Châteauguay Street to Perreault Street; thence southwesterly along said street to Notre-Dame-de-Grâces Street; thence southeasterly along said street to Sainte-Foy Boulevard; thence southwesterly along said boulevard to Notre-Dame-de-Grâces Street; thence southeasterly along said street to Curé-Poirier Boulevard West; thence northeasterly along said boulevard to de Chambly Road; thence southeasterly along said road to the southeasterly limit of the borough of Le Vieux-Longueuil (Vauquelin Boulevard);
  • (b) the borough of Greenfield Park; and
  • (c) that part of the borough of Saint-Hubert lying southwesterly of the Canadian National Railway and the right-of-way of the former Canadian National Railway.
42. LÉVIS—LOTBINIÈRE

(Population: 107,593)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional County Municipality of Lotbinière;
  • (b) that part of the Regional County Municipality of La Nouvelle-Beauce comprised of the Parish Municipality of Saint-Lambert-de-Lauzon; and
  • (c) that part of the City of Lévis comprised of:
    • (i) the borough of Les Chutes-de-la-Chaudière-Ouest;
    • (ii) that part of the borough of Les Chutes-de-la-Chaudière-Est lying southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said borough with Highway No. 20 (Jean-Lesage Highway); thence generally easterly along said highway to the Etchemin River; thence generally easterly along said river to the easterly limit of the borough of Les Chutes-de-la-Chaudière-Est.
43. LONGUEUIL

(Population: 104,366)

Consisting of that part of the City of Longueuil comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the borough of Saint-Hubert lying northwesterly and northeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northeasterly limit of the City of Longueuil with Sir-Wilfrid-Laurier Boulevard; thence westerly along said boulevard to the northerly production of Moreau Street; thence southerly along said production and Moreau Street to Latour Street; thence southeasterly along said street to Gaétan-Boucher Boulevard; thence southwesterly along said boulevard to the Canadian National Railway; thence northwesterly along said railway to the northwesterly limit of the borough of Saint-Hubert; and
  • (b) that part of the borough of Le Vieux-Longueuil lying northeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of said borough with the northwesterly production of de Châteauguay Street; thence southeasterly along said production and de Châteauguay Street to Perreault Street; thence southwesterly along said street to Notre-Dame-de-Grâces Street; thence southeasterly along said street to Sainte-Foy Boulevard; thence southwesterly along said boulevard to Notre-Dame-de-Grâces Street; thence southeasterly along said street to Curé-Poirier Boulevard West; thence northeasterly along said boulevard to de Chambly Road; thence southeasterly along said road to the southeasterly limit of the borough of Le Vieux-Longueuil (Vauquelin Boulevard).
44. LOUIS-HÉBERT

(Population: 104,038)

Consisting of that part of the City of Québec comprised of the borough of Sainte-Foy–Sillery–Cap-Rouge.

45. LOUIS-SAINT-LAURENT

(Population: 106,888)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the City of L’Ancienne-Lorette; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Québec comprised of:
    • (i) that part of the borough of Les Rivières lying northerly of Highway No. 40 (Félix-Leclerc Highway) and of a straight line passing through the centre of the collectors of Highway No. 40 (Félix-Leclerc Highway) with Highway No. 73 (Henri-IV Highway);
    • (ii) that part of the borough of La Haute-Saint-Charles lying southwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of the City of Québec with Valcartier Boulevard; thence generally southeasterly along said boulevard to the transmission line; thence generally easterly along said transmission line to the Saint-Charles River; thence generally northeasterly along said river to de la Colline Boulevard; thence southeasterly along said boulevard to de la Faune Street; thence northeasterly along said street to the transmission line; thence easterly along said transmission line to Lapierre Avenue; thence southeasterly along said avenue to the southeasterly limit of the borough of La Haute-Saint-Charles (Auguste-Renoir Street), including Wendake Indian Reserve.
46. MANICOUAGAN

(Population: 94,766)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional County Municipality of Caniapiscau, including: Lac John Indian Reserve and Matimekosh Indian Reserve No. 3; the Reserved Land of Kawawachikamach;
  • (b) the Regional County Municipality of Sept-Rivières, including Malioténam Indian Reserve No. 27A and Uashat Indian Reserve No. 27;
  • (c) the Regional County Municipality of Minganie, including Mingan Indian Reserve and Natashquan Indian Reserve No. 1;
  • (d) the Regional County Municipality of Le Golfe-du-Saint-Laurent, including: La Romaine Indian Reserve No. 2; the Pakuashipi Indian settlement;
  • (e) the Regional County Municipality of La Haute-Côte-Nord, including Innue Essipit Indian Reserve; and
  • (f) the Regional County Municipality of Manicouagan, including Betsiamites Indian Reserve.
47. MÉGANTIC—L’ÉRABLE

(Population: 88,745)

Consisting of the regional county municipalities of Le Granit, L’Érable and Les Appalaches.

48. MIRABEL

(Population: 103,536)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the City of Mirabel;
  • (b) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Thérèse-De Blainville comprised of the City of Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines;
  • (c) that part of the Regional County Municipality of DeuxMontagnes comprised of: the municipalities of Oka, Pointe-Calumet, Saint-Joseph-du-Lac and Saint-Placide; the City of Sainte-Marthe-sur-le-Lac; the Kanesatake lands; and
  • (d) that part of the Regional County Municipality of La Rivière-du-Nord comprised of the City of Saint-Colomban.
49. MONTARVILLE

(Population: 95,095)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the cities of Saint-Basile-le-Grand, Saint-Bruno-deMontarville and Sainte-Julie; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Longueuil lying southeasterly and northeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northeasterly limit of the City of Longueuil with Sir-Wilfrid-Laurier Boulevard; thence westerly along said boulevard to the northerly production of Moreau Street; thence southerly along said production and Moreau Street to Latour Street; thence southeasterly along said street to Gaétan-Boucher Boulevard; thence southwesterly along said boulevard to the Canadian National Railway; thence southeasterly along said railway and the right-of-way of the former Canadian National Railway (along Maricourt Boulevard and its production) to the southeasterly limit of the City of Longueuil.
50. MONTCALM

(Population: 99,518)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional County Municipality of Montcalm;
  • (b) that part of the Regional County Municipality of L’Assomption comprised of: the City of L’Épiphanie; the Parish Municipality of L’Épiphanie; and
  • (c) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Les Moulins comprised of the City of Mascouche.
51. MONTMAGNY—L’ISLET—KAMOURASKA— RIVIÈRE-DU-LOUP

(Population: 97,261)

Consisting of the regional county municipalities of Kamouraska, L’Islet, Montmagny and Rivière-du-Loup, including Whitworth Indian Reserve No. 21.

52. MONT-ROYAL

(Population: 101,258)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the cities of Côte-Saint-Luc, Hampstead and Mont-Royal; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Montréal comprised of that part of the borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce lying northwesterly of Jean-Talon Street West, and that part lying southwesterly and northwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of de la Côte-des-Neiges Road and the northwesterly limit of said borough; thence southeasterly along said road to de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine Road; thence southwesterly along said road to Victoria Avenue; thence southeasterly along said avenue to Queen-Mary Road; thence southwesterly along said road to the southwesterly limit of the borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce.
53. NOTRE-DAME-DE-GRÂCE—WESTMOUNT

(Population: 104,410)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the cities of Montréal-Ouest and Westmount; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Montréal comprised of:
    • (i) that part of the borough of Ville-Marie lying southwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southwesterly limit of said borough and Sherbrooke Street West; thence northeasterly along said street to de la Côte-des-Neiges Road; thence generally westerly along said road to Cedar Avenue; thence northwesterly in a straight line to the intersection of the boroughs of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Outremont on the northwesterly limit of the borough of Ville-Marie;
    • (ii) that part of the borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce lying southwesterly and southeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of the City of Westmount and Roslyn Avenue; thence northwesterly along said avenue to Queen-Mary Road; thence southwesterly along said road to MacDonald Avenue (the westerly limit of said borough).
54. OUTREMONT

(Population: 100,916)

Consisting of that part of the City of Montréal comprised of:

  • (a) the borough of Outremont;
  • (b) that part of the borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce lying northeasterly and southeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of the City of Westmount and Roslyn Avenue; thence northwesterly along said avenue to Queen-Mary Road; thence southwesterly along said road to Victoria Avenue; thence northwesterly along said avenue to de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine Road; thence northeasterly along said road to de la Côte-des-Neiges Road; thence northwesterly along said road to Jean-Talon Street West; thence northeasterly along said street to the northerly limit of the borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce; and
  • (c) that part of the borough of Le Plateau-Mont-Royal lying southwesterly of Saint-Denis Street and northwesterly of Duluth Avenue West and East.
55. PAPINEAU

(Population: 108,977)

Consisting of that part of the City of Montréal comprised of that part of the borough of Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension lying southeasterly and southwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northeasterly limit of said borough (between Provencher Boulevard and 24th Avenue) and Highway No. 40 (Métropolitaine Highway); thence southwesterly along said highway to 24th Avenue; thence northwesterly along said avenue to Jarry Street East; thence southwesterly along said street and Crémazie Boulevard East to the westerly limit of the borough of Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension (Papineau Avenue).

56. PIERREFONDS—DOLLARD

(Population: 108,740)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the City of Dollard-des-Ormeaux; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Montréal comprised of:
    • (i) the borough of L’Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève, excepting that part lying southeasterly of the Rivière des Prairies and southwesterly of Jacques-Bizard Boulevard;
    • (ii) that part of the borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro lying northeasterly of Jacques-Bizard Boulevard.
57. PONTIAC

(Population: 106,499)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional County Municipality of Pontiac;
  • (b) the Regional County Municipality of La Vallée-de-la-Gatineau, including Rapid Lake Indian Reserve and Kitigan Zibi Indian Reserve;
  • (c) the Regional County Municipality of Les Collines-de-l’Outaouais, excepting the municipalities of L’Ange-Gardien and Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette; and
  • (d) the City of Gatineau, excepting that part lying southerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Eardley Road; thence southeasterly along said road to des Allumetières Boulevard; thence generally easterly along said boulevard to des Grives Boulevard; thence generally northerly along said boulevard to Pink Road; thence generally easterly along said road to Saint-Raymond Boulevard; thence generally easterly along said boulevard to the Gatineau Parkway; thence northwesterly along said parkway to the northerly limit of the City of Gatineau; thence generally northeasterly along said limit to the Gatineau River (Alonzo-Wright Bridge); thence northeasterly and southeasterly along du Pont Avenue and La Vérendrye Boulevard West to Highway No. 50 (de l’Outaouais Highway); thence northerly and easterly along said highway to Montée Paiement; thence northerly along Montée Paiement to the northerly limit of the City of Gatineau.
58. PORTNEUF—JACQUES-CARTIER

(Population: 104,394)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the regional county municipalities of Portneuf and La Jacques-Cartier; and
  • (b) the City of Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures.
59. QUÉBEC

(Population: 96,525)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Parish Municipality of Notre-Dame-des-Anges; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Québec comprised of:
    • (i) that part of the borough of La Cité-Limoilou lying southerly of the Saint-Charles River and its estuary;
    • (ii) that part of the borough of Les Rivières lying southerly of Highway No. 40 (Félix-Leclerc Highway) and southerly of a straight line passing down the centre of the collectors of Highway No. 40 (Félix-Leclerc Highway) with Highway No. 73 (Henri-IV Highway) to the westerly limit of the borough of Les Rivières.
60. REPENTIGNY

(Population: 111,191)

Consisting of the Regional County Municipality of L’Assomption, excepting: the City of L’Épiphanie; the Parish Municipality of L’Épiphanie.

61. RICHMOND—ARTHABASKA

(Population: 103,897)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the regional county municipalities of Arthabaska and Les Sources; and
  • (b) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Le Val-Saint-François comprised of: the parish municipalities of Saint-Denis-de-Brompton and Saint-François-Xavier-de-Brompton; the township municipalities of Cleveland and Melbourne; the Village Municipality of Kingsbury; the municipalities of Saint-Claude, Ulverton and Val-Joli; the cities of Richmond and Windsor.
62. RIVIÈRE-DES-MILLE-ÎLES

(Population: 102,816)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Thérèse-De Blainville comprised of the cities of Boisbriand and Rosemère; and
  • (b) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Deux-Montagnes comprised of the cities of Deux-Montagnes and Saint-Eustache.
63. RIVIÈRE-DU-NORD

(Population: 102,085)

Consisting of that part of the Regional County Municipality of La Rivière-du-Nord comprised of: the cities of Prévost and Saint-Jérôme; the municipalities of Saint-Hippolyte and Sainte-Sophie.

64. ROSEMONT—LA PETITE-PATRIE

(Population: 106,293)

Consisting of that part of the City of Montréal comprised of that part of the borough of Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie lying southwesterly of Pie-IX Boulevard.

65. SAINTE-ROSE

(Population: 96,082)

Consisting of that part of the City of Laval described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of said city with Papineau Avenue (Athanase-David Bridge); thence southeasterly along said avenue to des Lacasse Avenue; thence southwesterly along said avenue to des Laurentides Boulevard; thence southeasterly along said boulevard to Highway No. 440 (Laval Highway West); thence southwesterly along said highway to Highway No. 13 (Chomedey Highway); thence northwesterly along said highway to the northwesterly limit of the City of Laval; thence generally northeasterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

66. SAINT-HYACINTHE—BAGOT

(Population: 99,629)

Consisting of the regional county municipalities of Acton and Les Maskoutains.

67. SAINT-JEAN

(Population: 108,244)

Consisting of that part of the Regional County Municipality of Le Haut-Richelieu comprised of: the City of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu; the Parish Municipality of Sainte-Anne-de-Sabrevois; the municipalities of Lacolle, Mont-Saint-Grégoire, Saint-Alexandre, Saint-Blaise-sur-Richelieu, Saint-Paul-de-l’Île-aux-Noix, Saint-Valentin and Sainte-Brigide-d’Iberville.

68. SAINT-LAURENT

(Population: 93,842)

Consisting of that part of the City of Montréal comprised of the borough of Saint-Laurent.

69. SAINT-LÉONARD—SAINT-MICHEL

(Population: 110,649)

Consisting of that part of the City of Montréal comprised of:

  • (a) the borough of Saint-Léonard;
  • (b) that part of the borough of Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension lying northwesterly and northeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northeasterly limit of said borough (between Provencher Boulevard and 24th Avenue) and Highway No. 40 (Métropolitaine Highway); thence southwesterly along said highway to 24th Avenue; thence northwesterly along said avenue to Jarry Street East; thence southwesterly along said street and Crémazie Boulevard East to the westerly limit of the borough of Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension; and
  • (c) that part of the borough of Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie lying northwesterly of Bélanger Street.
70. SAINT-MAURICE—CHAMPLAIN

(Population: 110,273)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the City of Shawinigan;
  • (b) the Regional County Municipality of Les Chenaux;
  • (c) the Equivalent Territory of La Tuque, including Communauté de Wemotaci Indian Reserve, Coucoucache Indian Reserve No. 24A and Obedjiwan Indian Reserve No. 28;
  • (d) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Matawinie comprised of the unorganized territories of Baie-Obaoca and Lac-Cabasta;
  • (e) the Regional County Municipality of Mékinac; and
  • (f) that part of the City of Trois-Rivières comprised of the sectors of Sainte-Marthe-du-Cap and Saint-Louis-de-France.
71. SALABERRY—SUROÎT

(Population: 107,036)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Vaudreuil-Soulanges comprised of: the City of Coteau-du-Lac; the municipalities of Les Coteaux, Rivière-Beaudette, Saint-Clet, Sainte-Justine-de-Newton, Sainte-Marthe, Saint-Polycarpe, SaintTélesphore, Saint-Zotique and Très-Saint-Rédempteur;
  • (b) the Regional County Municipality of Beauharnois-Salaberry, excepting the municipalities of Sainte-Martine and Saint-Urbain-Premier;
  • (c) the Regional County Municipality of Le Haut-Saint-Laurent, including Akwesasne Indian Reserve No. 15; and
  • (d) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Les Jardins-de-Napierville comprised of: the Township Municipality of Hemmingford; the Village Municipality of Hemmingford.
72. SHEFFORD

(Population: 107,538)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional County Municipality of La Haute-Yamaska;
  • (b) the Regional County Municipality of Rouville, excepting: the cities of Richelieu and Marieville; the Municipality of Saint-Mathias-sur-Richelieu; and
  • (c) that part of the Regional County Municipality of Le Val-Saint-François comprised of: the City of Valcourt; the Village Municipality of Lawrenceville; the Township Municipality of Valcourt; the municipalities of Bonsecours, Maricourt, Racine and Sainte-Anne-de-la-Rochelle.
73. SHERBROOKE

(Population: 107,988)

Consisting of that part of the City of Sherbrooke comprised of the boroughs of Fleurimont, Jacques-Cartier and Le Mont-Bellevue.

74. SOULANGES—VAUDREUIL

(Population: 111,905)

Consisting of that part of the Regional County Municipality of Vaudreuil-Soulanges comprised of: the cities of Hudson, L’Île-Cadieux, L’Île-Perrot, Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot, Pincourt, Saint-Lazare and Vaudreuil-Dorion; the municipalities of Les Cèdres, Rigaud and Terrasse-Vaudreuil; the village municipalities of Vaudreuil-sur-le-Lac, Pointe-Fortune and Pointes-des-Cascades.

75. TERREBONNE

(Population: 106,322)

Consisting of the City of Terrebonne.

76. TROIS-RIVIÈRES

(Population: 108,774)

Consisting of that part of the City of Trois-Rivières comprised of the sectors of Cap-de-la-Madeleine, Trois-Rivières and Trois-Rivières-Ouest.

77. VILLE-MARIE

(Population: 103,070)

Consisting of that part of the City of Montréal described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Highway No. 720 (Ville-Marie Highway) with Highway No. 15 (Décarie Highway); thence generally northeasterly along Highway No. 720 (Ville-Marie Highway) to the southeasterly limit of the City of Westmount; thence generally northeasterly and generally northwesterly along the southeasterly and northeasterly limits of the City of Westmount to Sherbrooke Street West; thence northeasterly along said street to de la Côte-des-Neiges Road; thence generally westerly along said road to its intersection with Cedar Avenue; thence northerly in a straight line to the intersection of the boroughs of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Outremont on the northwesterly limit of the borough of Ville-Marie; thence northeasterly, generally northwesterly and generally northeasterly along the limit of the borough of Ville-Marie to du Parc Avenue; thence southeasterly along said avenue and De Bleury Street to Viger Avenue West; thence northeasterly along said avenue and Viger Avenue East to the Jacques-Cartier Bridge; thence easterly along said bridge to the St. Lawrence River (westerly of Sainte-Hélène Island); thence northerly and easterly along said river (passing westerly and northerly of said island) to the intersection of the northerly limit of the borough of Ville-Marie with the easterly limit of the City of Montréal; thence generally southerly along the easterly limit of said city to the southerly limit of the City of Brossard; thence westerly in a straight line to the intersection of the easterly production of Brault Street with the north shore of the St. Lawrence River; thence northeasterly along the shore of said river to the northerly limit of the borough of Verdun; thence northwesterly along said limit to Atwater Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue to the Lachine Canal; thence southwesterly along said canal to Highway No. 15 (Décarie Highway); thence northwesterly along said highway to the point of commencement.

78. VIMY

(Population: 104,373)

Consisting of that part of the City of Laval described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Highway No. 19 (Papineau Highway) with de la Concorde Boulevard East; thence southeasterly along Highway No. 19 (Papineau Highway) to the southeasterly limit of said city; thence generally southwesterly along said limit to its intersection with the southeasterly production of 83rd Avenue; thence northwesterly along said production, 83rd Avenue and Curé-Labelle Boulevard to Saint-Martin Boulevard West; thence southwesterly along said boulevard and its production to Highway No. 13 (Chomedey Highway); thence northwesterly along said highway to Highway No. 440 (Laval Highway West); thence northeasterly along said highway to des Laurentides Boulevard; thence southeasterly along said boulevard to de la Concorde Boulevard East; thence generally northeasterly along said boulevard to the point of commencement.

ONTARIO

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”, “electric power 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.

1. AJAX

(Population: 109,600)

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

2. ALGOMA—MANITOULIN—KAPUSKASING

(Population: 79,801)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Territorial District of Algoma, excepting that part described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America with the southeasterly corner of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay; thence N45°00’E in a straight line to the intersection of the northern shoreline of Lake Superior with the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Peever; thence easterly along the northerly boundary of the geographic townships of Peever and Home to the Montreal River; thence generally easterly along said river to the easterly limit of the Territorial District of Algoma; thence southerly and easterly along the limit of said territorial district to the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Bracci; thence southerly along said boundary and the easterly boundary of the geographic townships of Gaudry, Nahwegezhic, Lamming, Hughes, Curtis, Gillmor and McMahon to the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Aberdeen; thence westerly along said boundary to the northerly limit of the Township of MacDonald, Meredith and Aberdeen Additional; thence generally westerly along said limit to the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America; thence generally westerly and northwesterly along said boundary to the point of commencement;
  • (b) the Territorial District of Manitoulin;
  • (c) those parts of the Territorial District of Sudbury comprised of:
    • (i) that part described as follows: commencing at the northwestern corner of the geographic Township of Acheson; thence easterly along the northerly boundary of the geographic townships of Acheson, Venturi and Ermatinger to the northeastern corner of the geographic Township of Ermatinger; thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic townships of Ermatinger and Totten to the westerly limit of the City of Greater Sudbury; thence generally southerly along said limit to the northeastern corner of the geographic Township of Roosevelt; thence southerly along the easterly boundary of said geographic township to its southerly boundary; thence westerly along the southerly limits of the townships of Roosevelt and Curtin to the southerly limit of said territorial district; thence generally westerly and northerly along the limits of said territorial district to the point of commencement;
    • (ii) that part lying westerly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the southeastern corner of the geographic Township of Edighoffer; thence northerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic townships of Edighoffer, Burr, Singapore, Shipley, Blamey, Cunningham, Swayze, Rollo, Biggs and Pinogami to the southerly boundary of the geographic Township of Ivanhoe; thence easterly along said boundary and the southerly boundary of the geographic townships of Keith, Penhorwood and Kenogaming to the southeastern corner of the geographic Township of Kenogaming; thence northerly along the easterly boundary of said geographic township to the northerly limit of said territorial district;
  • (d) that part of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay lying southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said territorial district with the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 17); thence generally westerly along said highway to longitude 86°00’W; thence southerly along said longitude to the White River; thence generally westerly along said river to the northern shoreline of Lake Superior; thence S45°00’W in a straight line to the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America; and
  • (e) that part of the Territorial District of Cochrane described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said territorial district with the northwestern corner of the geographic Township of Boyce; thence easterly along the northerly boundary of the geographic townships of Boyce, Shuel, Mulloy, Fintry, Auden, Rogers, Fushimi, Bannerman, Ritchie, Mulvey, Goldwin, Sweet, Hillmer, McKnight, Boyle, Mowbray, Howells, Sheldon, Pinard and Mewhinney to the northeastern corner of the geographic Township of Mewhinney; thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic townships of Mewhinney, Bourassa, Tolmie, Menapia, Beniah, Colquhoun and Calder to the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Ottaway; thence westerly along the northerly boundary of said geographic township to its northwestern corner; thence southerly along the westerly boundary of the geographic townships of Ottaway, Beck, Lucas and Prosser to the southwestern corner of the geographic Township of Prosser; thence westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic townships of Carnegie, Reid, Thorburn, Moberly, Aitken, Poulett, Watson and Lisgar to the southwesterly limit of said territorial district; thence generally northwesterly along said limit to the point of commencement.
3. AURORA—OAK RIDGES—RICHMOND HILL

(Population: 106,064)

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 of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said town with Elgin Mills Road West; thence easterly along said road and Elgin Mills Road East to Bayview Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to the unnamed creek situated northerly of Taylor Mills Drive North; thence generally easterly along said creek to Shirley Drive; thence generally southerly along said drive to Major Mackenzie Drive East; thence easterly along said drive to the easterly limit of said town.
4. BARRIE—INNISFIL

(Population: 101,584)

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 of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Dunlop Street West; thence northeasterly along said street to Tiffin Street; thence southeasterly and easterly along said street to Lakeshore Drive; thence northeasterly in a straight line to the easterly limit of said city (at the intersection of the southerly limit of the Township of Oro-Medonte with the northerly limit of the Town of Innisfil).
5. BARRIE—SPRINGWATER—ORO-MEDONTE

(Population: 97,876)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Simcoe comprised of:
    • (i) the Township of Springwater;
    • (ii) that part of the Township of Oro-Medonte lying southwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of said township with 9 Line North; thence southeasterly along said line to Moonstone Road East; thence northeasterly along said road to 9 Line North; thence generally southeasterly along said line to Horseshoe Valley Road East; thence northeasterly along said road to 9 Line North; thence southeasterly along said line, its intermittent production, 9 Line South and its southeasterly production to the southerly limit of said township; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Barrie lying northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Dunlop Street West; thence northeasterly along said street to Tiffin Street; thence southeasterly and easterly along said street to Lakeshore Drive; thence northeasterly in a straight line to the easterly limit of said city (at the intersection of the southerly limit of the Township of Oro-Medonte with the northerly limit of the Town of Innisfil).
6. BAY OF QUINTE

(Population: 109,488)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the City of Prince Edward;
  • (b) the City of Quinte West; and
  • (c) that part of the City of Belleville lying southerly of Highway No. 401.
7. BEACHES—EAST YORK

(Population: 107,084)

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.

8. BRAMPTON CENTRE

(Population: 103,122)

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 and Kennedy Road North to Vodden 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 Torbram Road; thence southeasterly along said road to the southeasterly limit of said city; thence generally southwesterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

9. BRAMPTON EAST

(Population: 99,712)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Peel comprised of 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 Bramalea Road; thence southeasterly along said road to Sandalwood Parkway East; thence northeasterly along said parkway to Torbram Road; thence southeasterly along said road to the southeasterly limit of said city.

10. BRAMPTON NORTH

(Population: 111,951)

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 Bramalea Road; thence southeasterly along said road to Sandalwood Parkway East; thence northeasterly along said parkway to Torbram 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 Hurontario Street; thence northwesterly along said street to Wanless Drive; thence southwesterly along said drive to the Orangeville-Brampton Railway; thence northwesterly along said railway to the northwesterly limit of said city; thence generally northeasterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

11. BRAMPTON SOUTH

(Population: 107,364)

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 Embleton Road; thence generally northeasterly along said road to Mississauga Road; thence northwesterly along said road to Queen Street West; thence northeasterly along said street to McLaughlin Road North; thence northwesterly along said road to Williams Parkway West; thence northeasterly along said parkway to Main Street North; thence southeasterly along said street to Vodden Street East; thence northeasterly along said street to Kennedy Road North; thence southeasterly along said road and Kennedy Road South 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.

12. BRAMPTON WEST

(Population: 101,762)

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 the Orangeville-Brampton Railway; thence southeasterly along said railway to Wanless Drive; thence northeasterly along said drive to Hurontario Street; thence southeasterly along said street and Main Street North to Williams Parkway West; thence southwesterly along said parkway to McLaughlin Road North; thence southeasterly along said road to Queen Street West; thence southwesterly along said street to Mississauga Road; thence southeasterly along said road to Embleton Road; thence generally southwesterly along said road 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.

13. BRANT

(Population: 132,443)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the City of Brantford; and
  • (b) that part of the County of Brant lying easterly of Etonia Road and East Quarter Townline Road and lying southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said county with Paris Plains Church Road; thence easterly along said road, its production to Scenic Drive, Scenic Drive and Howell Road to the easterly limit of said county; including Six Nations Indian Reserve No. 40 and New Credit Indian Reserve No. 40A.
14. BRUCE—GREY—OWEN SOUND

(Population: 106,475)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Bruce comprised of:
    • (i) the municipalities of Arran-Elderslie and Northern Bruce Peninsula;
    • (ii) the Town of South Bruce Peninsula;
    • (iii) Neyaashiinigmiing Indian Reserve No. 27 and Saugeen Indian Reserve No. 29; and
  • (b) the County of Grey, excepting the Town of The Blue Mountains.
15. BURLINGTON

(Population: 120,569)

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 Queen Elizabeth 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 Highway No. 407; thence northerly along said highway to Dundas Street; thence southwesterly along said street to the southwesterly limit of said city.

16. CAMBRIDGE

(Population: 111,693)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Regional Municipality of Waterloo comprised of:
    • (i) that part of the City of Cambridge lying southerly of Highway No. 401;
    • (ii) the Township of North Dumfries; 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 Paris Plains Church Road; thence easterly along said road, its production to Scenic Drive, Scenic Drive and Howell Road to the easterly limit of said county.
17. CHATHAM-KENT—LEAMINGTON

(Population: 111,866)

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:
    • (i) the Municipality of Leamington;
    • (ii) the Township of Pelee;
    • (iii) that part of the Town of Lakeshore lying easterly of Rochester Townline Road and its production to the northerly limit of said town; and
  • (c) Moravian Indian Reserve No. 47.
18. DAVENPORT

(Population: 102,360)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Eglinton Avenue West with Dufferin Street; thence southerly along said street to Rogers Road; thence easterly along said road to Oakwood Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Holland Park Avenue; thence easterly along said avenue to Winona Drive; thence generally southerly along said drive to Davenport Road; thence westerly along said road 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 production to the GO Transit Railway; thence generally northwesterly along said railway to the southerly production of Keele Street; thence northerly along said production and Keele Street to Lavender Road; thence easterly along said road to Old Weston Road; thence northwesterly along said road to Rogers Road; thence easterly along said road to the GO Transit Railway situated easterly of Blackthom Avenue; thence northerly along said railway to Eglinton Avenue West; thence easterly along said avenue to the point of commencement.

19. DON VALLEY EAST

(Population: 93,007)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Highway No. 401 with 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 Don Mills Road; thence northerly along said road to Overlea Boulevard; thence southwesterly along said boulevard to the Don River West Branch; thence generally northwesterly along said branch to Eglinton Avenue East; thence easterly 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.

20. DON VALLEY NORTH

(Population: 103,073)

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.

21. DON VALLEY WEST

(Population: 99,820)

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 westerly along said avenue to the Don River West Branch; thence generally southeasterly along said branch to Overlea Boulevard; thence easterly along said boulevard to Don Mills Road; thence southerly along said road to the Don River East Branch; thence generally southwesterly along said branch and the Don River to Pottery Road; thence northwesterly and southwesterly along said road to Bayview Avenue; thence generally northerly and northwesterly along said avenue to the Canadian Pacific Railway situated northwesterly of Nesbitt Drive; thence southwesterly along said railway to the Beltline Trail situated in the Moore Park Ravine; thence generally northwesterly along said trail to the southerly boundary of the Mount Pleasant Cemetery; thence generally westerly along said boundary to Mount Pleasant Road; thence northerly along said road to Broadway Avenue; thence westerly along said avenue to Yonge Street; thence northerly along said street to Highway No. 401; thence northeasterly and easterly along said highway to the point of commencement.

22. DUFFERIN—CALEDON

(Population: 116,341)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Dufferin; and
  • (b) that part of the Regional Municipality of Peel comprised of the Town of Caledon.
23. DURHAM

(Population: 115,395)

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

  • (a) that part of the City of Oshawa lying northerly of Taunton Road West and Taunton Road East;
  • (b) the Township of Scugog; and
  • (c) that part of the Corporation of the Municipality of Clarington lying westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of said municipality with the production of Cobbledick Road; thence northerly along said production and Cobbledick Road to Highway No. 401; thence westerly along said highway to the production of Darlington-Clarke Townline (Regional Road No. 42); thence northerly along said production, Darlington-Clarke Townline and its intermittent production to Concession Road 10; thence generally westerly along said road to Regional Road No. 20; thence generally northerly along said road to Darlington-Manvers Townline; thence generally northerly along said townline to the northerly limit of said municipality.
24. EGLINTON—LAWRENCE

(Population: 113,150)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the GO Transit Railway situated westerly of Caledonia Road with Highway No. 401; thence easterly and northeasterly along said highway to Yonge Street; thence southerly along said street to Eglinton Avenue West; thence westerly along said avenue to the GO Transit Railway situated westerly of Croham Road; thence northerly along said railway to the point of commencement.

25. ELGIN—MIDDLESEX—LONDON

(Population: 110,109)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Elgin;
  • (b) that part of the County of Middlesex comprised of the Municipality of Thames Centre;
  • (c) the City of St. Thomas; and
  • (d) 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 and northeasterly along said road to Highway No. 401; thence northeasterly and easterly along said highway to the easterly limit of said city.
26. ESSEX

(Population: 120,477)

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

  • (a) the towns of Amherstburg, Essex, Kingsville and LaSalle; and
  • (b) that part of the Town of Lakeshore lying westerly of Rochester Townline Road and its production to the northerly limit of said town.
27. ETOBICOKE CENTRE

(Population: 114,910)

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 southeasterly along said river to Dundas Street West; thence southwesterly along said street to the Canadian Pacific 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.

28. ETOBICOKE—LAKESHORE

(Population: 115,437)

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 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.

29. ETOBICOKE NORTH

(Population: 117,601)

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.

30. FLAMBOROUGH—GLANBROOK

(Population: 97,081)

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 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 the intersection of Rymal Road East with Glover Road; thence westerly along Rymal Road East, Rymal Road West and Garner Road East to Glancaster Road; thence southerly along said road to the electric power transmission line situated northerly of Grassyplain Drive; thence generally westerly along said transmission line to Trinity Road; thence generally 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 northeasterly along said highway to the northerly limit of said city; thence northwesterly, generally northeasterly, northwesterly, generally southwesterly, generally southeasterly and generally northerly along the northerly, westerly, southerly and easterly limits of said city to the point of commencement.

31. GLENGARRY—PRESCOTT—RUSSELL

(Population: 106,240)

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 the northwesterly production of Ted Kelly Lane; thence southeasterly along said production, Ted Kelly Lane and Frank Kenny Road 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 Tenth Line Road; thence southeasterly along said road, its southeasterly production, Carlsbad Lane, its southeasterly production and Frontier Road to Devine Road; thence southwesterly along said road to Boundary Road; thence southeasterly along said road to the southeasterly limit of said city (Burton Road).
32. GUELPH

(Population: 121,688)

Consisting of the City of Guelph.

33. HALDIMAND—NORFOLK

(Population: 108,051)

Consisting of the counties of Haldimand and Norfolk.

34. HALIBURTON—KAWARTHA LAKES—BROCK

(Population: 110,182)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Haliburton;
  • (b) that part of the County of Peterborough comprised of the Township of Cavan-Monaghan;
  • (c) the City of Kawartha Lakes; and
  • (d) that part of the Regional Municipality of Durham comprised of the Township of Brock.
35. HAMILTON CENTRE

(Population: 101,932)

Consisting of that part of the City of Hamilton described as follows: commencing at the intersection of James Mountain Road with the Niagara Escarpment; thence generally westerly along said escarpment to the electric power 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.

36. HAMILTON EAST—STONEY CREEK

(Population: 107,786)

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 with 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.

37. HAMILTON MOUNTAIN

(Population: 103,615)

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 southerly production to the intersection of Rymal Road East with Glover Road; thence westerly along Rymal Road East and Rymal 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.

38. HAMILTON WEST—ANCASTER—DUNDAS

(Population: 109,535)

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 southwesterly along said highway to the Canadian National Railway; thence generally westerly along said railway to Highway No. 52 North; thence generally southerly along said highway and Trinity Road to the electric power transmission line situated northerly of Book Road West; thence generally easterly along said transmission line to Glancaster Road; thence northerly along said road to Garner Road East; thence easterly along said road and Rymal 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 electric power 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.

39. HASTINGS—LENNOX AND ADDINGTON

(Population: 92,528)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Hastings;
  • (b) the County of Lennox and Addington; and
  • (c) that part of the City of Belleville lying northerly of Highway No. 401.
40. HURON—BRUCE

(Population: 104,842)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Huron; and
  • (b) that part of the County of Bruce comprised of: the Town of Saugeen Shores; the Township of Huron-Kinloss; the municipalities of Brockton, Kincardine and South Bruce.
41. KANATA—CARLETON

(Population: 100,846)

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 Huntmar Drive; thence southeasterly along said drive to Maple Grove Road; thence northeasterly along said road to the Carp River; thence generally southeasterly along said river to the southwesterly production of Spearman Lane; thence northeasterly along said production 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 northwesterly 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.

42. KENORA

(Population: 55,977)

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 (at Albany River); thence due north to the northerly boundary of the Province of Ontario;
  • (b) 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 Bulmer; thence due north to the northerly limit of said territorial district (east of Highway No. 599); and
  • (c) that part of the Territorial District of Rainy River comprised of Sabaskong Bay (Part) Indian Reserve No. 35C.
43. KING—VAUGHAN

(Population: 109,235)

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; thence easterly along said drive to Huntington Road; thence southerly along said road to Major Mackenzie Drive; 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; 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.
44. KINGSTON AND THE ISLANDS

(Population: 116,996)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Frontenac comprised of the Township of Frontenac Islands; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Kingston lying southerly of Highway No. 401.
45. KITCHENER CENTRE

(Population: 102,433)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Waterloo comprised of that part of the City of Kitchener described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Conestoga Parkway with Fischer-Hallman Road; thence generally northwesterly along said road to the northerly limit of said city; thence generally northeasterly along said limit to Conestoga Parkway; thence easterly and southeasterly along said parkway to the Canadian National Railway; thence northeasterly along said railway to the easterly limit of said city; thence generally southeasterly along said limit (Grand River) to the southeasterly production of Zeller Drive; thence northwesterly along said production and Zeller Drive to Woolner Drive; thence generally southwesterly along said drive, Fairway Road North and Fairway Road South to Highway No. 8; thence northwesterly along said highway to Conestoga Parkway; thence generally westerly along said parkway to the point of commencement.

46. KITCHENER—CONESTOGA

(Population: 93,827)

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 westerly of Fischer-Hallman Road.
47. KITCHENER SOUTH—HESPELER

(Population: 97,673)

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

  • (a) that part of the City of Cambridge lying northerly of Highway No. 401; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Kitchener lying easterly and southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of said city with Fischer-Hallman Road; thence generally northerly along said road to Conestoga Parkway; thence generally northeasterly along said parkway to Highway No. 8; thence southeasterly along said highway to Fairway Road South; thence generally northeasterly along said road, Fairway Road North and Woolner Drive to Zeller Drive; thence southeasterly along said drive and its southeasterly production to the easterly limit of said city (Grand River).
48. LAMBTON—KENT—MIDDLESEX

(Population: 105,919)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Lambton comprised of:
    • (i) the municipalities of Brooke-Alvinston and Lambton Shores;
    • (ii) the townships of Dawn-Euphemia and Warwick;
    • (iii) Kettle Point Indian Reserve No. 44 and Walpole Island Indian Reserve No. 46;
  • (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 Municipality of Thames Centre.
49. LANARK—FRONTENAC

(Population: 98,409)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Lanark;
  • (b) the Town of Smiths Falls;
  • (c) that part of the County of Frontenac comprised of the townships of Central Frontenac, North Frontenac and South Frontenac; and
  • (d) that part of the City of Kingston lying northerly of Highway No. 401.
50. LEEDS—GRENVILLE

(Population: 99,306)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville;
  • (b) the City of Brockville; and
  • (c) the towns of Gananoque and Prescott.
51. LONDON—FANSHAWE

(Population: 119,334)

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 Canadian National Railway situated southerly of Brydges Street; thence westerly, southwesterly and southeasterly along said railway 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 and northeasterly along said road to Highway No. 401; thence northeasterly and easterly along said highway 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.

52. LONDON NORTH CENTRE

(Population: 118,079)

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 Canadian National Railway situated southerly of Brydges Street; thence westerly, southwesterly and southeasterly along said railway to the Thames River (South Branch); thence generally westerly along said river to the Canadian National Railway; thence westerly along said railway to the Thames River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to Wonderland Road South; thence generally northerly along said road and Wonderland Road North to the northerly limit of said city; thence northeasterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

53. LONDON WEST

(Population: 119,090)

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 the Canadian National Railway; thence northwesterly along said railway to the Thames River (South Branch); thence generally westerly along said river to the Canadian National Railway; thence westerly along said railway to the Thames River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to Wonderland Road South; thence generally northerly along said road and Wonderland Road North to the northerly limit of said city; thence generally southwesterly along the northerly and westerly limits of said city to the point of commencement.

54. MARKHAM—STOUFFVILLE

(Population: 109,780)

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 a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said town with Highway No. 48; thence southerly along said highway to 16th Avenue; thence westerly along said avenue to McCowan Road; thence southerly along said road to Highway No. 407; thence easterly along said highway to the Rouge River; thence generally southeasterly along said river to the southerly limit of said town.
55. MARKHAM—THORNHILL

(Population: 102,221)

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 Highway No. 407; thence easterly along said highway to the Rouge River; thence generally southeasterly along said river to the southerly limit of said town; thence westerly along said limit to the point of commencement.

56. MARKHAM—UNIONVILLE

(Population: 104,693)

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 Highway No. 404 with Highway No. 407; thence easterly along Highway No. 407 to McCowan Road; thence northerly along said road to 16th Avenue; thence easterly along said avenue to Highway No. 48; thence northerly along said highway to the northerly limit of said town; thence westerly along said limit to Highway No. 404; thence southerly along said highway to the point of commencement.

57. MILTON

(Population: 88,065)

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 Highway No. 407; thence generally southwesterly along said highway to Dundas Street; thence southwesterly along said street to the southwesterly limit of said city.
58. MISSISSAUGA CENTRE

(Population: 118,756)

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 Highway No. 403; thence northeasterly along said highway to Central Parkway East; thence southeasterly and southwesterly along said parkway and Central Parkway West to Mavis Road; thence southeasterly along said road to Dundas Street West; thence southwesterly along said street to the Credit River; thence generally northwesterly along said river to Eglinton Avenue West; thence northeasterly along said avenue to Creditview Road; thence northwesterly along said road to Bristol Road West; thence generally northeasterly along said road to Fairwind Drive; thence generally easterly along said drive to Eglinton Avenue West; thence northeasterly along said avenue to the point of commencement.

59. MISSISSAUGA—COOKSVILLE

(Population: 121,792)

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 and Queensway West to Mavis Road; thence northwesterly along said road to Central Parkway West; thence northeasterly and northwesterly along said parkway and Central Parkway East to Highway No. 403; thence northeasterly and northwesterly along said highway 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.

60. MISSISSAUGA—ERIN MILLS

(Population: 117,199)

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 the Credit River; thence generally southeasterly along said river 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.

61. MISSISSAUGA—LAKESHORE

(Population: 118,893)

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 and Queensway West to Mavis Road; thence northwesterly along said road to Dundas Street West; thence southwesterly along said street to the southwesterly limit of said city.

62. MISSISSAUGA—MALTON

(Population: 118,046)

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 Mavis Road; thence southeasterly along said road to Highway No. 401; thence southwesterly along said highway to the Credit River; thence southeasterly, generally northeasterly and generally southerly along said river to Creditview Road; thence southeasterly along said road to Bristol Road West; thence generally northeasterly along said road to Fairwind Drive; thence generally easterly along said drive to Eglinton Avenue West; thence northeasterly along said avenue to Hurontario Street; thence southeasterly along said street to Highway No. 403; thence northeasterly and northwesterly along said highway to Eglinton Avenue East; thence northeasterly along said avenue to the northeasterly limit of said city; thence northeasterly, northwesterly and generally southwesterly along the northeasterly and northwesterly limits of said city to the point of commencement.

63. MISSISSAUGA—STREETSVILLE

(Population: 118,757)

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 Mavis Road; thence northwesterly along said road 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.

64. NEPEAN

(Population: 104,775)

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 southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of West Hunt Club Road with Richmond Road; thence southerly along Richmond 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 westerly, northwesterly and southwesterly along said road to Merivale Road; thence northwesterly along said road to the Canadian National Railway; thence westerly along said railway to Richmond Road; thence northerly along said road to the point of commencement.

65. NEWMARKET—AURORA

(Population: 109,457)

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 of Green Lane West and Green Lane East and westerly of Highway No. 404.
66. NIAGARA CENTRE

(Population: 105,860)

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

  • (a) the cities of Port Colborne, Thorold and Welland; and
  • (b) that part of the City of St. Catharines lying southerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city with Glendale Avenue; thence generally southwesterly along said avenue to Merritt Street; thence southeasterly along said street to Glendale Avenue; thence generally westerly along said avenue to Twelve Mile Creek; thence generally northerly along said creek to St. Paul Crescent; thence generally southwesterly along said crescent to St. Paul Street West (Regional Road No. 81); thence generally westerly along said street to First Louth Street; thence southerly along said street to the southerly limit of said city.
67. NIAGARA FALLS

(Population: 128,357)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Niagara comprised of: the City of Niagara Falls; the towns of Fort Erie and Niagara-on-the-Lake.

68. NIAGARA WEST

(Population: 86,533)

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

  • (a) the towns of Grimsby, Lincoln and Pelham;
  • (b) the townships of West Lincoln and Wainfleet; and
  • (c) that part of the City of St. Catharines lying westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with the production of Courtleigh Road; thence southerly along said production, Courtleigh Road, and Third Louth Street to Queen Elizabeth Way; thence easterly along Queen Elizabeth Way to Highway No. 406; thence generally southerly along said highway to First Louth Street; thence southerly along said street to the southerly limit of said city.
69. NICKEL BELT

(Population: 90,962)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Territorial District of Nipissing comprised of the Municipality of West Nipissing, excepting Nipissing Indian Reserve No. 10;
  • (b) the City of Greater Sudbury, excepting that part described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Highway No. 17 with Highway No. 69; thence generally westerly and northwesterly along Highway No. 69 and Highway No. 46 (Regent Street) to Long Lake Road (Regional Road No. 80); thence southerly along said road to the southerly boundary of the geographic Township of McKim; thence westerly along said boundary to the easterly shoreline of Kelly Lake; thence generally southwesterly along said shoreline to the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Waters; thence southerly along said boundary and the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Eden to the southerly limit of said city; thence generally westerly and generally northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said city to the northerly boundary of Concession 3 of the geographic Township of Fairbank; thence easterly along said boundary and the northerly boundary of Concession 3 of the geographic Township of Creighton-Davis to the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Snider; thence northerly along said boundary to the northerly boundary of Concession 4 of said geographic township; thence easterly along said boundary to the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of McKim; thence northerly along said boundary to the northwestern corner of said geographic township; thence easterly along the northerly boundary of the geographic townships of McKim and Neelon to the easterly boundary of Lot 7 of the geographic Township of Neelon; thence southerly along said boundary and the easterly boundary of Lot 7 of the geographic Township of Dill to Highway No. 69; thence generally westerly along said highway to the point of commencement; and
  • (c) the Territorial District of Sudbury, excepting:
    • (i) that part described as follows: commencing at the northwestern corner of the geographic Township of Acheson; thence easterly along the northerly boundary of the geographic townships of Acheson, Venturi and Ermatinger to the northeastern corner of the geographic Township of Ermatinger; thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic townships of Ermatinger and Totten to the westerly limit of the City of Greater Sudbury; thence generally southerly along said limit to the northeastern corner of the geographic Township of Roosevelt; thence southerly along the easterly boundary of said geographic township to its southerly boundary; then westerly along the southerly limits of the townships of Roosevelt and Curtin to the southerly limit of said territorial district; thence generally westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said territorial district to the point of commencement;
    • (ii) that part lying westerly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the southeastern corner of the geographic Township of Edighoffer; thence northerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic townships of Edighoffer, Burr, Singapore, Shipley, Blamey, Cunningham, Swayze, Rollo, Biggs and Pinogami to the southerly boundary of the geographic Township of Ivanhoe; thence easterly along said boundary and the southerly boundary of the geographic townships of Keith, Penhorwood and Kenogaming to the southeastern corner of the geographic Township of Kenogaming; thence northerly along the easterly boundary of said geographic township to the northerly limit of said territorial district.
70. NIPISSING—TIMISKAMING

(Population: 90,996)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Territorial District of Nipissing, including Nipissing Indian Reserve No. 10, 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) the Municipality of West Nipissing;
  • (b) that part of the Territorial District of Parry Sound comprised of: the municipalities of Callander and Powassan; the Township of Nipissing; and
  • (c) that part of the Territorial District of Timiskaming lying southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said territorial district with the southerly limit of the Township of Harris; thence northwesterly and northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said township to the northerly limit of the City of Temiskaming Shores; thence westerly and southerly along the northerly and westerly limits of said city to the northerly limit of the Township of Coleman; thence westerly along said limit to the easterly shoreline of the Montreal River; thence northwesterly along said shoreline to the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Kittson; thence westerly along said boundary and the northerly boundary of the geographic townships of Dane and Leo to the northwestern corner of the geographic Township of Leo; thence southerly along the westerly boundary of said geographic township to the southerly limit of said territorial district.
71. NORTHUMBERLAND—PINE RIDGE

(Population: 107,840)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Northumberland;
  • (b) that part of the County of Peterborough comprised of the townships of Asphodel-Norwood and Otonabee-South Monaghan; and
  • (c) 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 southerly limit of said municipality with the production of Cobbledick Road; thence northerly along said production and Cobbledick Road to Highway No. 401; thence westerly along said highway to the production of Darlington-Clarke Townline (Regional Road No. 42); thence northerly along said production, Darlington-Clarke Townline and its intermittent production to Concession Road 10; thence generally westerly along said road to Regional Road No. 20; thence generally northerly along said road to Darlington-Manvers Townline; thence generally northerly along said townline to the northerly limit of said municipality.
72. OAKVILLE

(Population: 119,649)

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 northeasterly limit of said town with Dundas Street East; thence southwesterly along said street to Eighth Line; thence southeasterly along said line to Upper Middle Road East; thence southwesterly along said road, Upper Middle Road West and its production to the southwesterly limit of said town.

73. OAKVILLE NORTH—BURLINGTON

(Population: 114,378)

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 northeasterly limit of said town with Dundas Street East; thence southwesterly along said street to Eighth Line; thence southeasterly along said line to Upper Middle Road East; thence southwesterly along said road, Upper Middle Road West and its production to the southwesterly limit of said town; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Burlington described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northeasterly limit of said city with Highway No. 407; thence generally southwesterly along said highway to Guelph Line; thence southeasterly along said line to Upper Middle Road; thence northeasterly along said road to Walkers Line; thence southeasterly along said line to Queen Elizabeth Way; thence northeasterly along Queen Elizabeth Way to the northeasterly limit of said city; thence northwesterly along said limit to the point of commencement.
74. OSHAWA

(Population: 125,771)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Durham comprised of that part of the City of Oshawa lying southerly of Taunton Road West and Taunton Road East.

75. OTTAWA CENTRE

(Population: 113,619)

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 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 in a straight line to the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec; thence northeasterly along said boundary to the point of commencement.

76. OTTAWA—ORLÉANS

(Population: 119,247)

Consisting of that part of the City of Ottawa described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Frontier Road with Devine Road; thence southwesterly along Devine Road to Boundary Road; thence northwesterly along said road to Mitch Owens Road; thence southwesterly along said road to Ramsayville Road; thence generally northwesterly along said road to Highway No. 417; thence generally northwesterly along said highway to the abandoned Canadian Pacific Railway; thence easterly along said railway for approximately 300 metres to the electric power transmission line situated easterly of Cyrville Road; 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 in a straight line to the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec; thence northeasterly along said boundary to its intersection with the northwesterly production of Ted Kelly Lane; thence southeasterly along said production, Ted Kelly Lane and Frank Kenny Road 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 Tenth Line Road; thence southeasterly along said road, its southerly production and Carlsbad Lane to Russell Road; thence easterly along said road to Carlsbad Lane; thence southerly along said lane and Frontier Road to the point of commencement.

77. OTTAWA SOUTH

(Population: 121,894)

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.

78. OTTAWA—VANIER

(Population: 110,999)

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 the electric power transmission line situated easterly of Cyrville Road; 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 in a straight line to the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec; thence generally westerly along said boundary to the point of commencement.

79. OTTAWA WEST—NEPEAN

(Population: 111,881)

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 generally 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 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 westerly, northwesterly and southwesterly along said road to Merivale Road; thence northwesterly along said road to the Canadian National Railway; thence westerly along said railway to Richmond Road; thence northerly along said road to Highway No. 417; thence southwesterly along said highway to March Road; thence 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 southeasterly and northeasterly along said boundary to the point of commencement.

80. OXFORD

(Population: 108,656)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Oxford; and
  • (b) that part of the County of Brant lying westerly of Etonia Road and East Quarter Townline Road.
81. PARKDALE—HIGH PARK

(Population: 105,103)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Humber River with the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence easterly along said railway to the GO Transit Railway situated easterly of Old Weston Road; 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.

82. PARRY SOUND—MUSKOKA

(Population: 91,263)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the District Municipality of Muskoka; and
  • (b) the Territorial District of Parry Sound, excepting: the municipalities of Callander and Powassan; the Township of Nipissing.
83. PERTH—WELLINGTON

(Population: 104,912)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Perth;
  • (b) the City of Stratford;
  • (c) the Town of St. Marys; and
  • (d) that part of the County of Wellington comprised of: the Town of Minto; the townships of Mapleton and Wellington North.
84. PETERBOROUGH

(Population: 115,269)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the City of Peterborough; and
  • (b) that part of the County of Peterborough comprised of: the townships of Douro-Dummer, Galway-Cavendish and Harvey, Havelock-Belmont-Methuen, North Kawartha and SmithEnnismore-Lakefield; Curve Lake First Nation Indian Reserve No. 35.
85. PICKERING—UXBRIDGE

(Population: 109,344)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Durham comprised of: the City of Pickering; the Township of Uxbridge.

86. RENFREW—NIPISSING—PEMBROKE

(Population: 102,537)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the County of Renfrew;
  • (b) the City of Pembroke; and
  • (c) 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.
87. RICHMOND HILL

(Population: 108,658)

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

  • (a) that part of the Town of Richmond Hill lying southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said town with Elgin Mills Road West; thence easterly along said road and Elgin Mills Road East to Bayview Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to the unnamed creek situated northerly of Taylor Mills Drive North; thence generally easterly along said creek to Shirley Drive; thence generally southerly along said drive to Major Mackenzie Drive East; thence easterly along said drive to the easterly limit of said town; and
  • (b) that part of the Town of Markham lying easterly of Bayview Avenue, northerly of Highway No. 407 and westerly of Highway No. 404.
88. RIDEAU—CARLETON

(Population: 89,522)

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 Huntmar Drive; thence southeasterly along said drive to Maple Grove Road; thence northeasterly along said road to the Carp River; thence generally southeasterly along said river to the southwesterly production of Spearman Lane; thence northeasterly along said production 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 and Limebank 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 Ramsayville Road; thence southerly and southeasterly along said road to Mitch Owens Road; thence northeasterly along said road 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.

89. ST. CATHARINES

(Population: 110,596)

Consisting of that part of the Regional Municipality of Niagara comprised of that part of the City of St. Catharines lying northerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city with Glendale Avenue; thence southwesterly along said avenue to Merritt Street; thence southeasterly along said street to Glendale Avenue; thence generally westerly along said avenue to Twelve Mile Creek; thence generally northerly along said creek to St. Paul Crescent; thence generally southwesterly along said crescent to St. Paul Street West (Regional Road No. 81); thence generally westerly along said street to First Louth Street; thence northerly along said street to Highway No. 406; thence generally northerly along said highway to Queen Elizabeth Way; thence westerly along Queen Elizabeth Way to Third Louth Street; thence northerly along said street, Courtleigh Road and its northerly production to the northerly limit of said city.

90. ST. PAUL’S

(Population: 103,983)

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 Holland Park Avenue; thence easterly along said avenue to Winona Drive; thence generally southerly along said drive to Davenport Road; thence westerly along said road to Ossington Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence generally easterly along said railway to Yonge Street; thence northerly along said street to Jackes Avenue; thence easterly along said avenue to the westerly boundary of the Rosehill Reservoir; thence northerly along said boundary to Rosehill Avenue; thence easterly along said avenue and its easterly production to the Don River Tributary situated easterly of Avoca Avenue; thence generally northwesterly along said tributary and its northwesterly production to the southerly boundary of the Mount Pleasant Cemetery; thence generally easterly along said boundary to Mount Pleasant Road; thence northerly along said road 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 the point of commencement.

91. SARNIA—LAMBTON

(Population: 106,293)

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; Sarnia Indian Reserve No. 45.

92. SAULT STE. MARIE

(Population: 82,052)

Consisting of that part of the Territorial District of Algoma described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America with the southeasterly corner of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay; thence N45°00’E in a straight line to the intersection of the northern shoreline of Lake Superior with the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Peever; thence easterly along the northerly boundary of the geographic townships of Peever and Home to the Montreal River; thence generally easterly along said river to the easterly limit of the Territorial District of Algoma; thence southerly and easterly along the limit of said territorial district to the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Bracci; thence southerly along said boundary and the easterly boundary of the geographic townships of Gaudry, Nahwegezhic, Lamming, Hughes, Curtis, Gillmor and McMahon to the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Aberdeen; thence westerly along said boundary to the northerly limit of the Township of MacDonald, Meredith and Aberdeen Additional; thence generally westerly along said limit to the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America; thence generally westerly and northwesterly along said boundary to the point of commencement.

93. SCARBOROUGH—AGINCOURT

(Population: 104,499)

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.

94. SCARBOROUGH CENTRE

(Population: 108,826)

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.

95. SCARBOROUGH—GUILDWOOD

(Population: 101,914)

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.

96. SCARBOROUGH NORTH

(Population: 101,080)

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 electric power 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.

97. SCARBOROUGH—ROUGE PARK

(Population: 102,646)

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 electric power transmission line; thence easterly along said transmission line to the Rouge River; thence generally northerly along said river to the point of commencement.

98. SCARBOROUGH SOUTHWEST

(Population: 106,733)

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.

99. SIMCOE—GREY

(Population: 116,307)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Simcoe comprised of: the towns of Collingwood, New Tecumseth and Wasaga Beach; the townships of Adjala-Tosorontio, Clearview and Essa; and
  • (b) that part of the County of Grey comprised of the Town of The Blue Mountains.
100. SIMCOE NORTH

(Population: 108,672)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Simcoe comprised of:
    • (i) the townships of Ramara, Severn, Tay and Tiny;
    • (ii) the towns of Midlandand Penetanguishene;
    • (iii) Christian Island Indian Reserve No. 30, Christian Island Indian Reserve No. 30A and Mnjikaning First Nation (Rama First Nation) Indian Reserve No. 32;
    • (iv) that part of the Township of Oro-Medonte lying northeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of said township with 9 Line North; thence southeasterly along said line to Moonstone Road East; thence northeasterly along said road to 9 Line North; thence generally southeasterly along said line to Horseshoe Valley Road East; thence northeasterly along said road to 9 Line North; thence southeasterly along said line, its intermittent production, 9 Line South and its southeasterly production to the southerly limit of said township; and
  • (b) the City of Orillia.
101. SPADINA—FORT YORK

(Population: 82,480)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Ossington Avenue with Dundas Street West; thence generally easterly along said street to Bay Street; thence generally southerly along said street to Front Street West; thence generally northeasterly along said street to Yonge Street; thence southerly along said street to The Esplanade; thence generally easterly along The Esplanade to Berkeley Street; thence easterly in a straight line to the intersection of Mill Street with Parliament Street; thence easterly along Mill Street and its easterly production to the Don River; thence southerly along said river to the Keating Channel; thence southwesterly 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 southwesterly in a straight line to the southerly corner of the City of Toronto, said corner being situated southerly of the Outer Harbour East Headland (Tommy Thompson Park); thence generally 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 GO Transit Railway; thence generally easterly 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 the point of commencement.

102. STORMONT—DUNDAS—SOUTH GLENGARRY

(Population: 100,913)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, excepting the Township of North Glengarry;
  • (b) the City of Cornwall; and
  • (c) Akwesasne (Part) Indian Reserve No. 59.
103. SUDBURY

(Population: 92,048)

Consisting of that part of the City of Greater Sudbury described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Highway No. 17 with Highway No. 69; thence generally westerly and northwesterly along Highway No. 69 and Highway No. 46 (Regent Street) to Long Lake Road (Regional Road No. 80); thence southerly along said road to the southerly boundary of the geographic Township of McKim; thence westerly along said boundary to the easterly shoreline of Kelly Lake; thence generally southwesterly along said shoreline to the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Waters; thence southerly along said boundary and the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Eden to the southerly limit of said city; thence generally westerly and generally northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said city to the northerly boundary of Concession 3 of the geographic Township of Fairbank; thence easterly along said boundary and the northerly boundary of Concession 3 of the geographic Township of Creighton-Davis to the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Snider; thence northerly along said boundary to the northerly boundary of Concession 4 of said geographic township; thence easterly along said boundary to the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of McKim; thence northerly along said boundary to the northwestern corner of said geographic township; thence easterly along the northerly boundary of the geographic townships of McKim and Neelon to the easterly boundary of Lot 7 of the geographic Township of Neelon; thence southerly along said boundary and the easterly boundary of Lot 7 of the geographic Township of Dill to Highway No. 69; thence generally westerly along said highway to the point of commencement.

104. THORNHILL

(Population: 110,427)

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

  • (a) that part of the City of Vaughan lying easterly of Highway No. 400 and southerly of Rutherford Road; and
  • (b) that part of the Town of Markham lying westerly of Bayview Avenue.
105. THUNDER BAY—RAINY RIVER

(Population: 82,984)

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 90o00’W; thence southerly along said longitude to its most southerly intersection with the Dog River; thence generally southeasterly along said river, Taman Lake, the Dog River and the western 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, Little Dog Lake and the Kaministiquia 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 S45o00’E in a straight line to the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America; and
  • (b) the Territorial District of Rainy River, excepting Sabaskong Bay (Part) Indian Reserve No. 35C.
106. THUNDER BAY—SUPERIOR NORTH

(Population: 82,827)

Consisting of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay, excepting:

  • (a) that part lying westerly 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 southeasterly along said river, Taman Lake, the Dog River and the western 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, Little Dog Lake and the Kaministiquia River to the northerly limit of the Municipality of Oliver Paipoonge; thence easterly along said limit to the westerly limit of the City of Thunder Bay; thence southerly and easterly along said limit 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) that part lying southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said territorial district with the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 17); thence generally westerly along said highway to longitude 86°00’W; thence southerly along said longitude to the White River; thence generally westerly along said river to the northern shoreline of Lake Superior; thence S45°00’W to the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America.
107. TIMMINS—JAMES BAY

(Population: 83,104)

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 (at Albany River); thence due north to the northerly boundary of the Province of Ontario;
  • (b) the Territorial District of Cochrane, excepting that part described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said territorial district with the northwest corner of the geographic Township of Boyce; thence easterly along the northerly boundary of the geographic townships of Boyce, Shuel, Mulloy, Fintry, Auden, Rogers, Fushimi, Bannerman, Ritchie, Mulvey, Goldwin, Sweet, Hillmer, McKnight, Boyle, Mowbray, Howells, Sheldon, Pinard and Mewhinney to the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Mewhinney; thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic townships of Mewhinney, Bourassa, Tolmie, Menapia, Beniah, Colquhoun and Calder to the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Ottaway; thence westerly along said boundary to the northwest corner of the geographic Township of Ottaway; thence southerly along the westerly boundary of the geographic townships of Ottaway, Beck, Lucas and Prosser to the southwest corner of the geographic Township of Prosser; thence westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic townships of Carnegie, Reid, Thorburn, Moberly, Aitken, Poulett, Watson and Lisgar to the southwesterly limit of said territorial district; thence generally northwesterly along said limit to the point of commencement; and
  • (c) that part of the Territorial District of Timiskaming lying northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said territorial district with the southerly limit of the Township of Harris; thence northwesterly and northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said township to the southerly limit of the Township of Harley; thence westerly along said limit to the westerly limit of the City of Temiskaming Shores; thence southerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Township of Coleman; thence westerly along said limit to the easterly shoreline of the Montreal River; thence northwesterly along said shoreline to the southerly boundary of the geographic Township of Barr; thence westerly along said boundary and the southerly boundary of the geographic townships of Klock and Van Nostrand to the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Rorke; thence southerly along said boundary to the southerly limit of said territorial district.
108. TORONTO CENTRE

(Population: 93,971)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Sherbourne Street North with Bloor Street East; thence northerly along Sherbourne Street North to Rosedale Valley Road; thence generally easterly along said road and its production to the Don River; thence generally southerly along said river to the easterly production of Mill Street; thence westerly along said production and Mill Street to Parliament Street; thence westerly in a straight line to the intersection of The Esplanade with Berkeley Street; thence generally westerly along The Esplanade to Yonge Street; thence northerly along said street to Front Street West; thence generally southwesterly along said street to Bay Street; thence northerly along said street to Dundas Street West; thence easterly along said street to Yonge Street; thence northerly along said street to College Street; thence westerly along said street to Bay Street; thence northerly along said street to Charles Street West; thence easterly along said street to Yonge Street; thence southerly along said street to Charles Street East; thence easterly along said street to Mount Pleasant Road; thence generally northeasterly along said road to Bloor Street East; thence easterly along said street to the point of commencement.

109. TORONTO—DANFORTH

(Population: 104,017)

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 with 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 southerly corner of the City of Toronto, said corner being situated southerly of the Outer Harbour East Headland (Tommy Thompson Park); thence generally northeasterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

110. UNIVERSITY—ROSEDALE

(Population: 98,605)

Consisting of that part of the City of Toronto described as follows: commencing at the intersection of College Street with Bay Street; thence northerly along Bay Street to Charles Street West; thence easterly along said street to Yonge Street; thence southerly along said street to Charles Street East; thence easterly along said street to Mount Pleasant Road; thence northerly along said road to Bloor Street East; thence easterly along said street to Sherbourne Street North; thence northerly along said street to Rosedale Valley Road; thence generally easterly 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 northerly and northwesterly along said avenue to the Canadian Pacific Railway situated northwesterly of Nesbitt Drive; thence southwesterly along said railway to the Beltline Trail situated in the Moore Park Ravine; thence generally northwesterly along said trail to the southerly boundary of the Mount Pleasant Cemetery; thence generally westerly along said boundary to the northwesterly production of the Don River Tributary situated easterly of Avoca Avenue; thence generally southeasterly along said production and said tributary to the easterly production of Rosehill Avenue; thence westerly along said production and Rosehill Avenue to the westerly boundary of the Rosehill Reservoir; thence southerly along said boundary to Jackes Avenue; thence westerly along said avenue to Yonge Street; thence southerly along said street to the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence generally westerly along said railway to Ossington Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Dundas Street West; thence generally easterly along said street to Yonge Street; thence northerly along said street to College Street; thence westerly along said street to the point of commencement.

111. VAUGHAN—WOODBRIDGE

(Population: 105,450)

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; thence easterly along said drive to Huntington Road; thence southerly along said road to Major Mackenzie Drive; 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; thence northeasterly and easterly along said drive to Highway No. 400; thence southerly along said highway to the southerly limit of said city.

112. WATERLOO

(Population: 103,192)

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

  • (a) the City of Waterloo; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Kitchener lying northerly of the Canadian National Railway and northeasterly of Conestoga Parkway.
113. WELLINGTON—HALTON HILLS

(Population: 115,880)

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.
114. WHITBY

(Population: 122,022)

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

115. WILLOWDALE

(Population: 109,680)

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 generally 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.

116. WINDSOR—TECUMSEH

(Population: 115,528)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the County of Essex comprised of the Town of Tecumseh; 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.
117. WINDSOR WEST

(Population: 118,973)

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 limit of the Windsor International Airport; thence generally southwesterly along said limit to the Canadian National Railway; thence southerly along said railway to the southerly limit of said city.

118. YORK CENTRE

(Population: 100,277)

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.

119. YORK—SIMCOE

(Population: 94,616)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Regional Municipality of York comprised of:
    • (i) the Town of Georgina;
    • (ii) the Town of East Gwillimbury, excepting that part lying southerly of Green Lane West and Green Lane East and westerly of Highway No. 404;
    • (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; and
  • (c) that part of the County of Simcoe comprised of the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury.
120. YORK SOUTH—WESTON

(Population: 116,606)

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 the GO Transit Railway situated easterly of Connie Street; thence southerly along said railway to Rogers Road; thence westerly along said road to Old Weston Road; thence southeasterly along said road to Lavender Road; thence westerly along said road to Keele Street; thence southerly along said street and its southerly production to the GO Transit Railway; thence southeasterly along said railway to the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence generally westerly along said railway to the Humber River; thence generally northerly along said river to the point of commencement.

121. YORK WEST

(Population: 108,198)

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 northwesterly along said river to the northerly limit of said city; thence easterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

MANITOBA

There shall be in the Province of Manitoba fourteen (14) electoral districts, named and described as follows, each of which shall return one member.

The following applies to all descriptions in this publication:

  • (a) reference to “road”, “street”, “avenue”, “highway”, “boulevard”, “drive”, “way”, “railway”, “bay”, “lake” or “river” signifies their centre line unless otherwise described;
  • (b) 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 bounded on the first day of January, 2011;
  • (c) all villages, cities, towns, municipalities and Indian reserves lying within the perimeter of an electoral district are included unless otherwise described;
  • (d) the translation of the terms “street”, “avenue” and “boulevard” follows Treasury Board standards, while the translation of all other public thoroughfare designations is based on commonly used terms but has no official recognition;
  • (e) sections, townships, ranges and meridians are in accordance with the Dominion Lands system of survey and include the extension thereof in accordance with that system. They are abbreviated as Sec, Tp, R, and E 1 or W 1; and
  • (f) 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.

1. BRANDON—SOURIS

(Population: 83,814)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Province of Manitoba described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the west boundary of the Province of Manitoba with the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Wallace; thence easterly and generally southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Sifton; thence easterly along said limit to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Whitehead; thence northerly along the westerly limit of said rural municipality to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Whitehead; thence easterly along the northerly limit of said rural municipality, the Rural Municipality of Cornwallis and the City of Brandon to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Cornwallis; thence southerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of South Cypress; thence generally easterly along said limit to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Victoria; thence northerly, easterly, southerly and westerly along the westerly, northerly, easterly and southerly limits of said rural municipality to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Argyle; thence southerly, easterly and southerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Louise; thence generally easterly and generally southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the south boundary of the Province of Manitoba; thence west and north along the south and west boundaries of said province to the point of commencement; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Brandon located in the Rural Municipality of Elton known as Brandon Municipal Airport.
2. CHARLESWOOD—ST. JAMES— ASSINIBOIA—HEADINGLEY

(Population: 81,864)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Rural Municipality of Headingley; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Winnipeg lying westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Brookside Boulevard with Notre Dame Avenue; thence easterly along said avenue to the easterly limit of James Armstrong Richardson International Airport (Airport Road); thence generally southerly along said limit to Ferry Road; thence southerly along said road and its intermittent productions to the Assiniboine River; thence westerly along said river to the northerly production of Park Boulevard North; thence southerly along said production and Park Boulevard North to Corydon Avenue; thence westerly along said avenue to Shaftesbury Boulevard; thence southerly along said boulevard and McCreary Road to Finkelstein Road.
3. CHURCHILL—KEEWATINOOK ASKI

(Population: 85,148)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Manitoba lying northerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the west boundary of the Province of Manitoba with latitude 53°00’N; thence east along said latitude to the west boundary of R 18 W 1; thence south along said boundary to the south boundary of Tp 45; thence east along said boundary to the easterly shoreline of Lake Winnipegosis; thence generally southerly along said shoreline to the south boundary of Tp 36; thence east along said boundary to the west boundary of R 14 W 1; thence south along said boundary to the south boundary of Tp 35; thence east along said boundary to the west boundary of R 14 W 1; thence south along said boundary to the southerly shoreline of Lake Manitoba (west of Steeprock Point); thence generally southeasterly along the southerly and westerly shorelines of said lake to Provincial Trunk Highway No. 68; thence southeasterly along said highway, crossing the Lake Manitoba Narrows, to the easterly shoreline of said lake; thence generally northeasterly, generally southeasterly, generally northeasterly and generally northwesterly along the shorelines of Lake Manitoba to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Grahamdale; thence generally northeasterly, generally southwesterly and generally southeasterly along the northerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Fisher; thence northerly and generally easterly along the westerly and northerly limits of said rural municipality and along the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Bifrost to the westerly shoreline of Washow Bay in Lake Winnipeg; thence generally southwesterly and generally northeasterly along said shoreline to the northeastern most point of Anderson Point; thence northeasterly in a straight line across Lake Winnipeg to the mouth of an unnamed stream on the easterly shoreline of Lake Winnipeg at approximate latitude 51°26’40”N and longitude 96°31’45”W; thence generally southerly along said shoreline to the northerly boundary of Fort Alexander Indian Reserve No. 3; thence southwesterly in a straight line across Traverse Bay to the intersection of the shoreline with the westerly boundary of said Indian reserve, being also the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Alexander; thence generally southeasterly along the northerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the north boundary of Tp 16; thence east along said boundary to the east boundary of the Province of Manitoba.

Excluding Manitou Island and Gunnlaugsson Island in the Lake Manitoba Narrows, belonging to the Rural Municipality of Siglunes.

4. DAUPHIN—SWAN RIVER—NEEPAWA

(Population: 87,374)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Manitoba described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the west boundary of the Province of Manitoba with latitude 53°00’N; thence east along said latitude to the east boundary of R 19 W 1; thence south along said boundary to the north boundary of Tp 44; thence east along said boundary to the easterly shoreline of Lake Winnipegosis; thence generally southerly along said shoreline to the north boundary of Tp 35; thence east along said boundary to the east boundary of R 15 W 1; thence south along said boundary to the southerly shoreline of Lake Manitoba (west of Steeprock Point); thence generally southeasterly along the southerly and westerly shorelines of said lake to the northwesterly corner of the Rural Municipality of Portage La Prairie; thence generally southerly along the westerly limit of said rural municipality to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of North Norfolk; thence generally westerly along the southerly limit of the rural municipalities of North Norfolk, North Cypress, Elton and Daly to the easterly limit of Sioux Valley Dakota Nation Indian Reserve; thence southerly along said limit and the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Woodworth to the southerly limit of said rural municipality; thence westerly along said limit and the southerly limit of Sioux Valley Dakota Nation Indian Reserve to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Woodworth; thence northerly along said limit to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Miniota; thence westerly along the southerly limit of the rural municipalities of Miniota and Archie to the west boundary of the Province of Manitoba; thence north along said boundary to the point of commencement.

Excluding that part of the City of Brandon located in the Rural Municipality of Elton known as Brandon Municipal Airport.

5. ELMWOOD—TRANSCONA

(Population: 85,906)

Consisting of that part of the City of Winnipeg described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Red River with the northwesterly production of Oakland Avenue; thence southeasterly along said production and Oakland Avenue to Raleigh Street; thence southwesterly along said street to McLeod Avenue; thence southeasterly along said avenue to Grassie Boulevard; thence southeasterly and easterly along said boulevard to Lagimodiere Boulevard; thence northerly along said boulevard to Springfield Road; thence easterly along said road to the easterly limit of the City of Winnipeg; thence southerly, easterly, generally southerly, westerly, southerly and westerly along said limit to Plessis Road (St. Boniface Road); thence northerly along said road to Camiel Sys Street; thence westerly along said street to de Baets Street; thence northwesterly along said street to Beghin Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue and Bournais Drive to the Canadian National Railway; thence westerly along said railway to Lagimodiere Boulevard; thence southerly along said boulevard to the southeasterly production of Mission Street; thence northwesterly along said production and Mission Street to the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence northerly, northwesterly and westerly along said railway to the Red River; thence generally northerly along said river to the point of commencement.

6. KILDONAN—ST. PAUL

(Population: 81,794)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the rural municipalities of East St. Paul and West St. Paul; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Winnipeg lying northeasterly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of the City of Winnipeg (the northerly production of Plessis Road) with Springfield Road; thence westerly along said road to Lagimodiere Boulevard; thence southerly along said boulevard to Grassie Boulevard; thence westerly and northwesterly along Grassie Boulevard to McLeod Avenue; thence northwesterly along said avenue to Raleigh Street; thence northeasterly along said street to Oakland Avenue; thence northwesterly along said avenue and its northwesterly production to the Red River; thence generally southerly along said river to the southeasterly production of McAdam Avenue; thence northwesterly along said production, McAdam Avenue and its intermittent productions to Main Street; thence southwesterly along said street to Inkster Boulevard; thence northwesterly along said boulevard to McPhillips Street; thence northeasterly along said street to Leila Avenue; thence northwesterly along said avenue to Pipeline Road; thence northerly along said road to the westerly limit of the City of Winnipeg (Mollard Road).
7. PORTAGE—LISGAR

(Population: 91,019)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Manitoba described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the south boundary of said province with the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Pembina; thence generally northerly along said limit to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Lorne; thence westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said rural municipality to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Victoria; thence easterly and generally northerly along the southerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of South Norfolk; thence easterly along said limit to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Portage La Prairie; thence generally northerly, generally easterly, generally southerly and generally northeasterly along the westerly, northerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of St. François Xavier; thence generally southeasterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Cartier (Assiniboine River); thence northeasterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Macdonald; thence generally easterly and generally southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Morris; thence easterly, generally southerly and westerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the easterly limit of the Town of Morris; thence southerly along said limit to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Morris; thence generally southwesterly along said limit to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Rhineland; thence generally southerly along said limit to the south boundary of the Province of Manitoba; thence west along said boundary to the point of commencement.

8. PROVENCHER

(Population: 88,640)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Manitoba described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the south boundary of said province with the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Montcalm; thence generally northerly and easterly along the westerly and northerly limits of said rural municipality to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of De Salaberry; thence northerly along said limit to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Ritchot; thence westerly, generally northerly and generally northeasterly along the southerly, westerly and northerly limits of said rural municipality to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Springfield; thence generally northerly, generally northeasterly and generally easterly along the westerly and northerly limits of said rural municipality to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Reynolds; thence northerly and easterly along the westerly and northerly limits of said rural municipality to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Whitemouth; thence northerly and generally easterly along the westerly and northerly limits of said rural municipality to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Lac du Bonnet; thence northerly along the easterly limit of the rural municipalities of Lac du Bonnet, Pinawa and Lac du Bonnet to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Alexander; thence easterly and generally northerly along the southerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the north boundary of Tp 16; thence east along said boundary to the east boundary of the Province of Manitoba; thence south and west along the east and south boundaries of said province to the point of commencement.

9. SAINT BONIFACE—SAINT VITAL

(Population: 84,353)

Consisting of that part of the City of Winnipeg described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Red River with the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence easterly, southeasterly and southerly along said railway to Mission Street; thence southeasterly along said street and its southeasterly production to Lagimodiere Boulevard; thence northerly along said boulevard to the Canadian National Railway; thence southeasterly along said railway to Bournais Drive; thence southerly along said drive and Beghin Avenue to de Baets Street; thence southeasterly along said street to Camiel Sys Street; thence easterly along said street to Plessis Road; thence southerly along said road to the easterly limit of the City of Winnipeg (St. Boniface Road); thence southerly and generally southwesterly along said limit to the Seine River; thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point on Four Mile Road at approximate latitude 49°47’21”N and longitude 97°03’19”W; thence westerly along said road to St. Anne’s Road; thence generally northwesterly along said road to Bishop Grandin Boulevard; thence southwesterly along said boulevard to the Red River; thence generally northeasterly along said river to the point of commencement.

10. SELKIRK—INTERLAKE—EASTMAN

(Population: 91,463)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the rural municipalities of: Alexander, Armstrong, Bifrost, Brokenhead, Coldwell, Eriksdale, Fisher, Gimli, Grahamdale, Lac du Bonnet, Pinawa, Rockwood, Rosser, St. Andrews, St. Clements, St. Laurent, Siglunes, Victoria Beach and Woodlands;
  • (b) the City of Selkirk; the towns of Arborg, Beausejour, Lac du Bonnet, Powerview-Pine Falls, Stonewall, Teulon and Winnipeg Beach; the villages of Dunnottar and Riverton;
  • (c) the Indian reserves of Brokenhead No. 4 and Dog Creek No. 46;
  • (d) that part of the Province of Manitoba described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Bifrost with the southerly shoreline of Washow Bay in Lake Winnipeg at approximate latitude 51°12’24”N and longitude 96°53’54”W; thence generally northeasterly along said shoreline to the northeasternmost point of Anderson Point; thence northeasterly in a straight line across Lake Winnipeg to the mouth of an unnamed stream on the easterly shoreline of said lake at approximate latitude 51°26’40”N and longitude 96°31’45”W; thence generally southerly along the easterly shoreline of Lake Winnipeg to the northerly boundary of Fort Alexander Indian Reserve No. 3; thence southwesterly in a straight line across Traverse Bay to the intersection of the shoreline with the westerly boundary of said Indian reserve; thence generally northwesterly, generally southerly, generally westerly and generally northerly along the shorelines of Lake Winnipeg to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Bifrost; thence generally northerly along said limit to the point of commencement; and
  • (e) the islands of Manitou and Gunnlaugsson in the Lake Manitoba Narrows, belonging to the Rural Municipality of Siglunes.
11. WINNIPEG CENTRE

(Population: 82,026)

Consisting of that part of the City of Winnipeg described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Red River with the Assiniboine River; thence generally westerly along the Assiniboine River to the southerly production of Ferry Road; thence northerly along said production and Ferry Road to the easterly limit of James Armstrong Richardson International Airport; thence generally northerly along said limit to Notre Dame Avenue; thence westerly along said avenue to the westerly limit of the City of Winnipeg (Brookside Boulevard); thence northerly along said limit to the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence southeasterly along said railway to the Red River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to the point of commencement.

12. WINNIPEG NORTH

(Population: 88,616)

Consisting of that part of the City of Winnipeg described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Red River with the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence northwesterly along said railway to the westerly limit of the City of Winnipeg (Brookside Boulevard); thence northerly along said limit to Mollard Road; thence easterly along said road to Pipeline Road; thence southerly along said road to Leila Avenue; thence southeasterly along said avenue to McPhillips Street; thence southwesterly along said street to Inkster Boulevard; thence southeasterly along said boulevard to Main Street; thence northerly along said street to McAdam Avenue; thence southeasterly along said avenue and its intermittent productions to the Red River; thence generally southerly along said river to the point of commencement.

13. WINNIPEG SOUTH

(Population: 85,540)

Consisting of that part of the City of Winnipeg described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Red River with Bishop Grandin Boulevard; thence northeasterly along said boulevard to St. Anne’s Road; thence southeasterly along said road to Four Mile Road; thence easterly along said road to a point at approximate latitude 49°47’21”N and longitude 97°03’19”W; thence northeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of the Seine River with the easterly limit of the City of Winnipeg; thence generally southerly, generally southwesterly and generally northerly along the easterly, southerly and westerly limits of said city to McGillivray Boulevard; thence northeasterly along said boulevard to Waverley Street; thence southerly along said street to Bishop Grandin Boulevard; thence northeasterly and generally easterly along said boulevard to the point of commencement.

14. WINNIPEG SOUTH CENTRE

(Population: 90,711)

Consisting of that part of the City of Winnipeg described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Assiniboine River with the northerly production of Park Boulevard North; thence southerly along said production and Park Boulevard North to Corydon Avenue; thence westerly along said avenue to Shaftesbury Boulevard; thence southerly along said boulevard and McCreary Road to the westerly limit of the City of Winnipeg (Finkelstein Road); thence easterly along said limit to McGillivray Boulevard; thence northeasterly along said boulevard to Waverley Street; thence southerly along said street to Bishop Grandin Boulevard; thence northeasterly and generally easterly along said boulevard to the Red River; thence generally northerly along said river to the Assiniboine River; thence generally westerly along said river to the point of commencement.

SASKATCHEWAN

There shall be in the Province of Saskatchewan fourteen (14) electoral districts, named and described as set out below, each of which shall return one member.

In the following descriptions:

  • (a) reference to “arm”, “lake”, “drive”, “street”, “crescent”, “avenue”, “road”, “boulevard”, “line”, “highway”, “railway” and “river” signifies their centre line unless otherwise described;
  • (b) sections, townships, ranges and meridians are in accordance with the Dominion Lands system of survey and include the extension thereof in accordance with that system. They are abbreviated as “Sec”, “Tp”, “R” and “W 2” or “W 3”;
  • (c) all Indian reserves lying within the perimeter of an electoral district are included unless otherwise described;
  • (d) 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 bounded on the first day of January 1, 2011;
  • (e) 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; and
  • (f) 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.

1. BATTLEFORDS—LLOYDMINSTER

(Population: 70,034)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Saskatchewan described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the west boundary of said province with the south boundary of Tp 56; thence east along said boundary and the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Loon Lake No. 561 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Meadow Lake No. 588; thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly limits of said rural municipality to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Medstead No. 497; thence generally southerly along said limit to the westerly boundary of Saulteaux Indian Reserve No. 159A; thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Medstead No. 497; thence generally southerly along said limit to the south boundary of Sec 31 Tp 51 R 15 W 3; thence east along the south boundary of Sec 31 to 36 Tp 51 R 15 W 3, Sec 31 to 36 Tp 51 R 14 W 3 and Sec 31 to 36 Tp 51 R 13 W 3 to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Medstead No. 497; thence southerly along said limit to the northerly boundary of Little Pine Indian Reserve No. 116; thence easterly and generally southerly along the northerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve and Moosomin Indian Reserves Nos. 112J and 112G to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Meeting Lake No. 466; thence westerly along said limit to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Round Hill No. 467; thence southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly limits of said rural municipality to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of North Battleford No. 437; thence southerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Mayfield No. 406; thence easterly along said limit to the unnamed road near the east boundary of R 14 W 3; thence southerly along said road and its production to the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally westerly and northwesterly along said river to the east boundary of Sec 31 Tp 41 R 14 W 3; thence south along said boundary and the east boundary of Sec 30, 19 and 18 Tp 41 R 14 W 3 to the northerly boundary of Red Pheasant Indian Reserve No. 108; thence easterly along said boundary to the east boundary of Sec 8 Tp 41 R 14 W 3; thence south along said boundary and the east boundary of Sec 5 Tp 41 R 14 W 3, Sec 32, 29, 20, 17, 8 and 5 Tp 40 R 14 W 3 and Sec 32, 29 and 20 Tp 39 R 14 W 3 to the south boundary of Sec 20 Tp 39 R 14 W 3; thence west along said boundary and the south boundary of Sec 19 Tp 39 R 14 W 3 to Highway No. 4; thence generally westerly along said highway to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Rosemount No. 378; thence southerly and generally westerly along the easterly and southerly limits of said rural municipality to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Grandview No. 349; thence southerly along said limit to the southerly limit of said rural municipality; thence westerly along said limit to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Winslow No. 319; thence southerly along said limit to the southerly limit of said rural municipality; thence westerly along said limit and the southerly limits of the rural municipalities of Oakdale No. 320, Prairiedale No. 321 and Antelope Park No. 322 to the west boundary of the Province of Saskatchewan; thence north along said boundary to the point of commencement.

2. CYPRESS HILLS—GRASSLANDS

(Population: 67,834)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Saskatchewan described as follows: commencing at the southwest corner of said province; thence north along the west boundary of said province to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Milton No. 292; thence easterly along said limit and the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Kindersley No. 290 to the easterly limit of said rural municipality; thence southerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Snipe Lake No. 259; thence easterly along said limit and the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Monet No. 257 to the easterly limit of said rural municipality; thence southerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of King George No. 256; thence easterly along said limit and the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Coteau No. 255 to the easterly limit of said rural municipality; thence generally southeasterly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Maple Bush No. 224; thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Enfield No. 194; thence southerly along the easterly limit of said rural municipality to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Chaplin No. 164; thence easterly along said limit and the northerly limits of the rural municipalities of Wheatlands No. 163 and Caron No. 162 to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Caron No. 162; thence southerly along said limit and the easterly limits of the rural municipalities of Hillsborough No. 132 and Lake Johnston No. 102 to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Lake of the Rivers No. 72; thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Willow Bunch No. 42; thence easterly, generally easterly and generally southwesterly along the northerly, easterly and southerly limits of said rural municipality to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Poplar Valley No. 12; thence generally southerly along said limit to the south boundary of the Province of Saskatchewan; thence west along said boundary to the point of commencement.

3. DESNETHÉ—MISSINIPPI—CHURCHILL RIVER

(Population: 69,471)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Saskatchewan lying northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the west boundary of said province with the south boundary of Tp 56; thence east along said boundary and the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Loon Lake No. 561 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Meadow Lake No. 588; thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly limits of said rural municipality to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Medstead No. 497; thence generally southerly along said limit to the westerly boundary of Saulteaux Indian Reserve No. 159A; thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Medstead No. 497; thence generally southerly along said limit to the south boundary of Sec 31 Tp 51 R 15 W 3; thence east along the south boundary of Sec 31 to 36 Tp 51 R 15, R 14 and R 13 W 3 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Spiritwood No. 496; thence generally southerly along the westerly limit of said rural municipality to the northerly boundary of Little Pine Indian Reserve No. 116; thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve and Moosomin Indian Reserves Nos. 112J and 112G to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Spiritwood No. 496; thence easterly along said limit to the westerly boundary of Mosquito Grizzly Bear’s Head Lean Man TLE Indian Reserve No. 1; thence northwesterly, northerly, easterly and southerly along the westerly, northerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Spiritwood No. 496; thence easterly along said limit and the southerly limit of the Resort Village of Big Shell and the Rural Municipality of Canwood No. 494 to the westerly boundary of Mistawasis Indian Reserve No. 103C; thence generally southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the westerly boundary of Mistawasis Indian Reserve No. 103; thence southerly, easterly and northerly along the westerly, southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the southerly boundary of Mistawasis Indian Reserve No. 103B; thence easterly and northerly along the southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Canwood No. 494; thence easterly and northerly along the southerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to an unnamed road, also being the westerly production of Highway No. 240; thence easterly along said unnamed road, Highway No. 240 and the easterly production of said highway to the westerly boundary of Sturgeon Lake Indian Reserve No. 101; thence southerly, easterly and northerly along the westerly, southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the south boundary of Sec 19 Tp 51 R 27 W 2; thence east along said boundary to the east boundary of Sec 19 Tp 51 R 27 W 2; thence north along said boundary and the east boundary of Sec 30 and 31 Tp 51 R 27 W 2 to the southerly boundary of Little Red River Indian Reserve No. 106C; thence generally easterly along said boundary and the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Paddockwood No. 520 to Highway No. 2; thence northerly along said highway, the easterly limit of the Village of Christopher Lake and the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Lakeland No. 521 to the south boundary of Tp 54; thence east along said boundary to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Torch River No. 488; thence southerly along said limit to the south boundary of Sec 30 Tp 52 R 21 W 2; thence east along the south boundary of Sec 30 to 25 Tp 52 R 21, R 20, R 19, R 18, R 17, R 16 and R 15 W 2 to an unnamed road near the west boundary of R 14; thence southerly along said unnamed road and Highway No. 35 to Highway No. 55; thence southerly and southeasterly along said highway to the Saskatchewan River; thence generally northeasterly along said river, Tobin Lake and said river to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Moose Range No. 486; thence generally southerly along said limit and the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Hudson Bay No. 394 to the south boundary of Tp 46; thence east along said boundary to Highway No. 9; thence generally northerly along said highway to the southerly boundary of Opaskwayak Cree Nation Indian Reserve No. 27A (Carrot River); thence generally northeasterly along the southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to Highway No. 9; thence generally northeasterly along said highway to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Hudson Bay No. 394; thence easterly along said limit to the east boundary of the Province of Saskatchewan.

4. HUMBOLDT—WARMAN— MARTENSVILLE—ROSETOWN

(Population: 72,607)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Saskatchewan described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Glenside No. 377 with Highway No. 4; thence generally easterly along said highway to the north boundary of Sec 18 Tp 39 R 14 W 3; thence east along said boundary and the north boundary of Sec 17 Tp 39 R 14 W 3 to the west boundary of Sec 21 Tp 39 R 14 W 3; thence north along said boundary and the west boundary of Sec 28 and 33 Tp 39 R 14 W 3, Sec 4, 9, 16, 21, 28 and 33 Tp 40 R 14 W 3 and Sec 4 and 9 Tp 41 R 14 W 3 to the south boundary of Sec 17 Tp 41 R 14 W 3; thence west along said boundary to the west boundary of Sec 17 Tp 41 R 14 W 3; thence north along said boundary and the west boundary of Sec 20, 29 and 32 Tp 41 R 14 W 3 to the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally easterly along said river to the production of the unnamed road and the west boundary of Sec 31 Tp 41 R 13 W 3; thence northerly along said production, the unnamed road and its intermittent productions to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Douglas No. 436; thence westerly, northerly and easterly along the southerly, westerly and northerly limits of said rural municipality to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Meeting Lake No. 466; thence generally northerly and easterly along the westerly and northerly limits of said rural municipality to the westerly boundary of Mosquito Grizzly Bear’s Head Lean Man TLE Indian Reserve No. 1; thence northwesterly, northerly, easterly and southerly along the westerly, northerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Meeting Lake No. 466; thence easterly along said limit and the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Leask No. 464 and the Resort Village of Pebble Baye to the westerly boundary of Mistawasis Indian Reserve No. 103C; thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the westerly boundary of Mistawasis Indian Reserve No. 103; thence southerly, easterly and northerly along the westerly, southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the southerly boundary of Mistawasis Indian Reserve No. 103B; thence easterly and northerly along the southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Leask No. 464; thence easterly, southerly and easterly along the northerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to the westerly production of the unnamed road and the south boundary of Sec 5 Tp 47 R 3 W 3; thence generally easterly along said production and said unnamed road to its intersection with an unnamed road at approximate latitude 53°02’23”N and longitude 106°10’02”W; thence generally southeasterly along said unnamed road to the east boundary of Sec 17 Tp 46 R 1 W 3; thence south along said boundary and south and west along the east and south boundaries of Sec 8 Tp 46 R 1 W 3 to the east boundary of Sec 6 Tp 46 R 1 W 3; thence south along said boundary and the east boundary of Sec 31 Tp 45 R 1 W 3 to the north boundary of Sec 29 Tp 45 R 1 W 3; thence east along the north boundary of Sec 29, 28 and 27 Tp 45 R 1 W 3 to the west boundary of Sec 35 Tp 45 R 1 W 3; thence north and east along the west and north boundaries of Sec 35 Tp 45 R 1 W 3 to the north boundary of Sec 36 Tp 45 R 1 W 3; thence east along said boundary to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Duck Lake No. 463; thence southerly along said limit to the South Saskatchewan River; thence generally westerly and generally southerly along said river to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Fish Creek No. 402; thence generally easterly along the northerly limit of said rural municipality to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Hoodoo No. 401; thence northerly, easterly and generally southerly along the westerly, northerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Three Lakes No. 400; thence easterly and generally southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of St. Peter No. 369; thence easterly, generally southerly and westerly along the northerly, easterly and southerly limits of said rural municipality to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Humboldt No. 370; thence westerly along the southerly limit of the rural municipalities of Humboldt No. 370, Bayne No. 371, Grant No. 372 and Aberdeen No. 373 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Aberdeen No. 373 and Highway No. 5; thence westerly along said highway to the easterly limit of the City of Saskatoon; thence generally northwesterly along the easterly and northerly limits of the City of Saskatoon to the intersection of Wanuskewin Road with 71st Street East; thence northerly along Wanuskewin Road and Range Road 3052 to Highway No. 11; thence generally southwesterly along said highway to the easterly production of 71st Street West; thence westerly along said production and 71st Street West to Thatcher Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Marquis Drive; thence westerly and southwesterly along said drive and Beam Road to the westerly limit of the City of Saskatoon (Range Road 3060); thence generally southerly and generally southeasterly along the westerly limit of the City of Saskatoon to the South Saskatchewan River; thence generally southerly along said river and its production along the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Fertile Valley No. 285 to Highway No. 44; thence westerly along the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Fertile Valley No. 285 to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Milden No. 286; thence westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said rural municipality to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of St. Andrews No. 287; thence westerly along said limit to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Pleasant Valley No. 288; thence westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said rural municipality to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Mountain View No. 318; thence westerly, northerly and easterly along the southerly, westerly and northerly limits of said rural municipality to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Biggar No. 347; thence generally northerly, generally easterly and northerly along the westerly and northerly limits of said rural municipality to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Glenside No. 377; thence generally northerly along said limit to the point of commencement.

5. MOOSE JAW—LAKE CENTRE—LANIGAN

(Population: 76,106)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Saskatchewan described as follows: commencing at the southwest corner of the Rural Municipality of Loreburn No. 254; thence generally northerly along the Thomson Arm and the South Saskatchewan River to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Dundurn No. 314; thence easterly along said limit to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Blucher No. 343; thence northerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Blucher No. 343; thence easterly along said limit and the northerly limit of the rural municipalities of Colonsay No. 342, Viscount No. 341, Wolverine No. 340 and Leroy No. 339 to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Leroy No. 339; thence generally southerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Prairie Rose No. 309 and its intersection with Highway No. 6; thence southerly along said highway and Highway No. 16 to its intersection with the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Prairie Rose No. 309; thence southerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Mount Hope No. 279; thence easterly along said limit to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Mount Hope No. 279; thence southerly along said limit to Highway No. 6; thence southerly along said highway to its intersection with the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Longlaketon No. 219; thence generally southerly along the easterly limit of said rural municipality to Highway No. 6 (on the north boundary of Sec 13 Tp 22 R 19 W 2); thence generally southwesterly and southerly along said highway to the unnamed road near the south boundary of Sec 25 Tp 18 R 20 W 2; thence westerly along said road to Pasqua Street North; thence southerly along said street to Armour Road; thence generally northerly and westerly along said road to Pinkie Road (near the west boundary of Sec 9 Tp 18 R 20 W 2); thence southerly along said road to the Canadian Pacific Railway (south of Dewdney Avenue); thence easterly along said railway to the westerly limit of the City of Regina (Courtney Street); thence southerly and easterly along said limit to Campbell Street; thence southerly along said street to Highway No. 1; thence easterly along said highway to the southerly limit of the City of Regina (east of Highway No. 6); thence easterly along said limit and Fifth Base Line to Range Road 190 and the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Sherwood No. 159; thence generally southerly along said limit and the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Bratt’s Lake No. 129 to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Caledonia No. 99; thence generally southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly limits of said rural municipality to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Elmsthorpe No. 100; thence westerly along said limit and the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Terrell No. 101 to the westerly limit of said rural municipality; thence generally northerly along said limit and the westerly limit of the rural municipalities of Baildon No. 131 and Moose Jaw No. 161 to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Marquis No. 191; thence westerly along said limit and the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Eyebrow No. 193 to the westerly limit of said rural municipality; thence generally northerly along said limit and the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Huron No. 223 to the southwest corner of the Rural Municipality of Willner No. 253; thence westerly along the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Loreburn No. 254 to the point of commencement.

6. PRINCE ALBERT

(Population: 79,344)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Saskatchewan described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Shellbrook No. 493 with the North Saskatchewan River; thence westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said rural municipality to an unnamed road, also being the westerly production of Highway No. 240; thence easterly along said unnamed road, Highway No. 240 and the easterly production of said highway to the westerly boundary of Sturgeon Lake Indian Reserve No. 101; thence southerly, easterly and northerly along the westerly, southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the south boundary of Sec 19 Tp 51 R 27 W 2; thence east along said boundary to the east boundary of Sec 19 Tp 51 R 27 W 2; thence north along said boundary and the east boundary of Sec 30 and 31 Tp 51 R 27 W 2 to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Buckland No. 491; thence generally easterly along said limit to Highway No. 2; thence northerly along said highway and the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Paddockwood No. 520 to the south boundary of Tp 54; thence east along said boundary to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Paddockwood No. 520; thence southerly along said limit to the south boundary of Sec 30 Tp 52 R 21 W 2; thence east along the north boundary of Sec 19 to 24 Tp 52 R 21, R 20, R 19, R 18, R 17, R 16 and R 15 W 2 to an unnamed road near the west boundary of R 14; thence southerly along said road and Highway No. 35 to Highway No. 55; thence southerly and southeasterly along said highway to the Saskatchewan River; thence generally northeasterly along said river, Tobin Lake and said river to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Moose Range No. 486; thence generally southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly limits of said rural municipality to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Arborfield No. 456; thence generally southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly limits of said rural municipality to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Tisdale No. 427; thence southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly limits of said rural municipality and the southerly limit of the rural municipalities of Star City No. 428, Flett’s Springs No. 429 and Invergordon No. 430 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Invergordon No. 430; thence northerly along said limit to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of St. Louis No. 431; thence westerly, southerly and westerly along said limit to the southerly boundary of One Arrow Indian Reserve No. 95; thence generally westerly along said boundary to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of St. Louis No. 431; thence generally westerly along said limit to the South Saskatchewan River; thence generally northerly along said river to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Prince Albert No. 461; thence northerly along said limit to the south boundary of Sec 1 Tp 46 R 1 W 3; thence west along the south boundary of Sec 1 and 2 Tp 46 R 1 W 3 to the east boundary of Sec 34 Tp 45 R 1 W 3; thence south and west along the east and south boundaries of Sec 34 Tp 45 R 1 W 3 to the south boundary of Sec 33 Tp 45 R 1 W 3; thence west along the south boundary of Sec 33 and 32 Tp 45 R 1 W 3 to the west boundary of Sec 32 Tp 45 R 1 W 3; thence north along said boundary and north and east along the west and north boundaries of Sec 5 Tp 46 R 1 W 3 to the west boundary of Sec 9 Tp 46 R 1 W 3; thence north along said boundary to the unnamed road near the south boundary of Sec 17 Tp 46 R 1 W 3; thence generally northwesterly along said unnamed road to its intersection with an unnamed road at approximate latitude 53°02’23”N and longitude 106°10’02”W; thence generally westerly along said unnamed road and its westerly production to the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally northeasterly along said river to the point of commencement.

7. REGINA—LEWVAN

(Population: 79,587)

Consisting of those parts of the Province of Saskatchewan and the City of Regina described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Albert Street (Highway No. 6) and Highway No. 1; thence westerly along Highway No. 1 to Campbell Street; thence generally northerly along said street to the westerly limit of the City of Regina; thence northerly and westerly along said limit to the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence southwesterly along said railway to Pinkie Road (near the west boundary of Sec 21 Tp 17 R 20 W 2); thence northerly along said road to Armour Road; thence generally easterly and southerly along Armour Road to Pasqua Street; thence southerly along said street to Lewvan Drive; thence southerly along said drive to the production of Victoria Avenue; thence generally easterly along said production and Victoria Avenue to Albert Street; thence southerly along said street to the point of commencement.

8. REGINA—QU’APPELLE

(Population: 72,891)

Consisting of those parts of the Province of Saskatchewan and the City of Regina described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Range Road 2100 and Fifth Base Line; thence westerly along Fifth Base Line and its intermittent production to the easterly boundary of Carry The Kettle Nakoda Indian Reserve No. 76-15; thence northerly, westerly and southerly along the easterly, northerly and westerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Indian Head No. 156; thence westerly along said limit and the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of South Qu’Appelle No. 157 to Highway No. 48; thence westerly along said highway and Fifth Base Line to Range Road 190; thence northerly along said road to Highway No. 1; thence westerly along said highway to the easterly limit of the City of Regina; thence northerly along said limit to the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence southwesterly along said railway to Albert Street; thence southerly along said street to Victoria Avenue; thence westerly along said avenue and its production to Lewvan Drive; thence northerly along said drive, Pasqua Street and Pasqua Street North to the unnamed road near the north boundary of Sec 24 Tp 18 R 20 W 2; thence easterly along said road to Highway No. 6; thence generally northerly along said highway to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Cupar No. 218; thence generally northerly along said limit and the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Touchwood No. 248 to Highway No. 6 south of the north boundary of Sec 30 Tp 25 R 18 W 2; thence northerly along said highway to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Big Quill No. 308; thence generally northerly along said limit to Highway No. 6; thence northerly along said highway to the northern limit of the Rural Municipality of Prairie Rose No. 309; thence easterly along said limit and the northern limit of the rural municipalities of Big Quill No. 308 and Elfros No. 307 to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Elfros No. 307; thence southerly along said limit and the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Emerald No. 277 to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Ituna Bon Accord No. 246; thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality and the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Tullymet No. 216 to Highway No. 15; thence generally southeasterly along said highway to the westerly limit of the Village of Goodeve; thence southerly, easterly and northerly along the westerly, southerly and easterly limits of said village to Highway No. 15; thence southeasterly along said highway to the westerly limit of the Village of Fenwood; thence southerly, easterly and northerly along the westerly, southerly and easterly limits of said village to Highway No. 15; thence southeasterly along said highway to the east boundary of Sec 8 Tp 23 R 7 W 2; thence south along said boundary and the east boundary of Sec 5 Tp 23 R 7 W 2 to the north boundary of Sec 32 Tp 22 R 7 W 2; thence east and south along said boundary and the east boundary of Sec 32 Tp 22 R 7 W 2 to the north boundary of Sec 28 Tp 22 R 7 W 2; thence east and south along said boundary and the east boundary of Sec 28 Tp 22 R 7 W 2 and Sec 21 Tp 22 R 7 W 2 to Highway No. 10; thence generally southwesterly along said highway to the easterly limit of the Village of Duff; thence northerly, southwesterly and southerly along the easterly, northwesterly and westerly limits of said village to Highway No. 10; thence southwesterly along said highway to the easterly boundary of Okanese Indian Reserve No. 82 (G and K); thence southerly, westerly and northerly along the easterly, southerly and westerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to Highway No. 10; thence southwesterly along said highway to the easterly boundary of Okanese Indian Reserve No. 82 (M); thence southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to Highway No. 10; thence southwesterly along said highway to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Abernethy No. 186; thence generally southerly along said limit to Range Road 2100; thence generally southerly along said road and its intermittent productions to the point of commencement.

9. REGINA—WASCANA

(Population: 77,208)

Consisting of those parts of the City of Regina and the Rural Municipality of Sherwood No. 159 described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Albert Street (Highway No. 6) and Highway No. 1; thence northerly along Albert Street to the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence generally northeasterly along said railway to the easterly limit of the City of Regina; thence southerly along said limit to Highway No. 1; thence easterly along said highway to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Sherwood No. 159; thence southerly along said limit to Fifth Base Line; thence westerly along Fifth Base Line to the southerly limit of the City of Regina; thence westerly along said limit to Highway No. 1; thence westerly along said highway to the point of commencement.

10. SASKATOON—GRASSWOOD

(Population: 72,010)

Consisting of those parts of the City of Saskatoon and the Rural Municipality of Corman Park No. 344 described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Corman Park No. 344 with Highway No. 5; thence westerly and southwesterly along said highway and College Drive to McKercher Drive; thence southerly along said drive to 8th Street East; thence westerly along said street to Idylwyld Drive South; thence northerly along said drive to the South Saskatchewan River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Corman Park No. 344; thence easterly and northerly along the southerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the point of commencement.

11. SASKATOON—UNIVERSITY

(Population: 76,257)

Consisting of that part of the City of Saskatoon described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the South Saskatchewan River with the northerly limit of the City of Saskatoon; thence generally southeasterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said city to Highway No. 5; thence westerly and southwesterly along said highway and College Drive to McKercher Drive; thence southerly along said drive to 8th Street East; thence westerly along said street to Idylwyld Drive South; thence generally northerly along said drive to the South Saskatchewan River; thence generally northeasterly along said river to the easterly production of 33rd Street East; thence westerly along said production and 33rd Street East to Warman Road; thence generally northerly along said road and Wanuskewin Road to the northerly limit of the City of Saskatoon at approximate latitude 52°11’43”N and longitude 106°37’23”W; thence easterly along said limit to the South Saskatchewan River; thence generally northerly along said river to the point of commencement.

12. SASKATOON WEST

(Population: 76,704)

Consisting of those parts of the Province of Saskatchewan and the City of Saskatoon described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Highway No. 11 with Range Road 3052; thence southerly along Range Road 3052 and Wanuskewin Road to the easterly limit of the City of Saskatoon; thence generally southerly along said limit to Wanuskewin Road at approximate latitude 52°11’43”N and longitude 106°37’23”W; thence generally southerly along said road and Warman Road to 33rd Street East; thence easterly along said street and its production to the South Saskatchewan River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to the southerly limit of the City of Saskatoon; thence southwesterly, generally northwesterly and generally northeasterly along the southerly, westerly and northerly limits of said city to Beam Road; thence easterly and northeasterly along said road to Marquis Drive; thence easterly along said drive to Thatcher Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue to 71st Street West; thence easterly along said street to Highway No. 11 (the northwesterly limit of the City of Saskatoon); thence northerly and northeasterly along said highway and said limit to the point of commencement.

13. SOURIS—MOOSE MOUNTAIN

(Population: 72,058)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Saskatchewan described as follows: commencing at the southeast corner of said province; thence west along the south boundary of said province to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Hart Butte No. 11; thence generally northerly and easterly along the westerly and northerly limits of said rural municipality to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Bengough No. 40; thence northerly, easterly and northerly along said limit to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Excel No. 71; thence generally northwesterly, northerly and easterly along the southerly, westerly and northerly limits of said rural municipality to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Key West No. 70; thence easterly along said limit and the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Norton No. 69 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Scott No. 98; thence generally northerly along said limit and the westerly limit of the rural municipalities of Lajord No. 128 and Edenwold No. 158 (Range Road 190) to Fifth Base Line; thence easterly along Fifth Base Line to Highway No. 48; thence easterly along said highway to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Lajord No. 128; thence easterly along said limit, the northerly limit of the rural municipalities of Francis No. 127 and Montmartre No. 126 and the northerly boundary of Assiniboine Indian Reserve No. 76 to the southerly production of the westerly boundary of Carry The Kettle Nakoda Indian Reserve No. 76-15; thence northerly, easterly and southerly along said production, the westerly, northerly and easterly boundaries and the southerly production of the easterly boundary of said Indian reserve to the northerly boundary of Assiniboine Indian Reserve No. 76; thence easterly along said boundary, Fifth Base Line and its intermittent productions to Range Road 2100; thence northerly along said road and its intermittent productions to the Qu’Appelle River; thence generally easterly and generally northeasterly along said river to the westerly boundary of Sakimay Indian Reserve No. 74-2; thence generally northeasterly and generally southeasterly along the westerly, northerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve, Sakimay Indian Reserves Nos. 74-9, 74-17 and 74-12 and Shesheep Indian Reserve No. 74A to Crooked Lake; thence generally easterly along said lake to the Qu’Appelle River; thence generally easterly along said river to Round Lake; thence generally easterly along said lake to the Qu’Appelle River; thence generally easterly along said river and the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Rocanville No. 151 to the east boundary of the Province of Saskatchewan; thence south along said boundary to the point of commencement.

14. YORKTON—MELVILLE

(Population: 71,270)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Saskatchewan described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the east boundary of said province with the Qu’Appelle River; thence generally westerly along said river to the Village of Tantallon, including all of said village; thence westerly along said river to the easterly boundary of Shesheep Indian Reserve No. 74A; thence generally northerly, westerly and southerly along the easterly, northerly and westerly boundaries of said Indian reserve and Sakimay Indian Reserves Nos. 74-12, 74-17, 74-9 and 74-2 to the Qu’Appelle River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of McLeod No. 185; thence generally northerly along said limit to Highway No. 10; thence northeasterly along said highway to the southerly boundary of Okanese Indian Reserve No. 82 (M); thence easterly and northerly along the southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to Highway No. 10; thence northeasterly along said highway to the west boundary of Okanese Indian Reserve No. 82 (G and K); thence southerly, easterly and northerly along the westerly, southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to Highway No. 10; thence northeasterly along said highway to the westerly limit of the Village of Duff; thence northerly, northeasterly and southerly along the westerly, northerly and easterly limits of said village to Highway No. 10; thence northeasterly along said highway to the east boundary of Sec 21 Tp 22 R 7 W 2; thence northerly along said boundary and the east boundary of Sec 28 Tp 22 R 7 W 2 to the north boundary of Sec 28 Tp 22 R 7 W 2; thence westerly along said boundary to the east boundary of Sec 32 Tp 22 R 7 W 2; thence northerly along said boundary to the north boundary of Sec 32 Tp 22 R 7 W 2; thence westerly along said boundary to the east boundary of Sec 5 Tp 23 R 7 W 2; thence northerly along said boundary and the east boundary of Sec 8 Tp 23 R 7 W 2 to Highway No. 15; thence northwesterly along said highway to the easterly limit of the Village of Fenwood; thence southerly, westerly and northerly along the easterly, southerly and westerly limits of said village to Highway No. 15; thence northwesterly along said highway to the easterly limit of the Village of Goodeve; thence southerly, westerly and northerly along the easterly, southerly and westerly limits of said village to Highway No. 15; thence northwesterly along said highway to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Stanley No. 215; thence northerly along said limit and the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Garry No. 245 to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Foam Lake No. 276; thence westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said rural municipality to the southerly boundary of Fishing Lake Indian Reserve No. 89; thence westerly, northerly and easterly along the southerly, westerly and northerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Sasman No. 336; thence northerly along said limit to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Lakeview No. 337; thence westerly along said limit and the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Lakeside No. 338 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Lakeside No. 338; thence generally northerly along said limit and the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Spalding No. 368 to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Lake Lenore No. 399; thence westerly, northerly and easterly along the southerly, westerly and northerly limits of said rural municipality to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Pleasantdale No. 398; thence easterly along said limit and the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Barrier Valley No. 397 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Bjorkdale No. 426; thence northerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Bjorkdale No. 426; thence easterly along said limit, the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Porcupine No. 395 and its easterly production to Highway No. 9; thence northeasterly along said highway to the southerly boundary of Opaskwayak Cree Nation Indian Reserve No. 27A; thence generally northeasterly and northerly along the southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to Highway No. 9; thence northeasterly along said highway to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Hudson Bay No. 394; thence easterly along said limit to the east boundary of the Province of Saskatchewan; thence south along said boundary to the point of commencement.

ALBERTA

There shall be in the Province of Alberta thirty-four (34) electoral districts named and described as follows, each of which shall return one member.

In the following descriptions:

  • (a) reference to “road”, “street”, “avenue”, “drive”, “highway”, “trail”, “boulevard”, “river” or “railway” signifies their centre line unless otherwise described;
  • (b) townships, ranges and meridians are in accordance with the Dominion Lands system of survey and include the extension thereof in accordance with that system. They are abbreviated as “Tp”, “R” and “W 4” or “W 5”;
  • (c) the bank of a river is referred to as the right or left bank, according to whether it is to the right or left respectively when facing downstream. If no bank is mentioned, the centre thread shall be used;
  • (d) all villages, summer villages, towns, cities, district municipalities, Indian reserves and national parks of Canada lying within the perimeter of the electoral district are included unless otherwise described;
  • (e) reference to “county”, “municipal district”, “special area” and “national park of Canada” for inclusion in an electoral district signifies that all villages, summer villages, towns, cities, Indian reserves and other areas within the county, municipal district, special area and national park of Canada are included unless otherwise described;
  • (f) 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 bounded on the first day of January, 2011, unless otherwise specified;
  • (g) the translation of the terms “street”, “avenue” and “boulevard” follows Treasury Board standards, while the translation of all other public thoroughfare designations is based on commonly used terms but has no official recognition; and
  • (h) 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.

1. BANFF—AIRDRIE

(Population: 105,442)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Alberta described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of the Municipal District of Rocky View County with Highway No. 791; thence southerly along said highway to Highway No. 567; thence easterly along said highway to Highway No. 791; thence generally southerly along said highway to Highway No. 564; thence westerly along said highway to the easterly limit of the City of Calgary; thence generally northwesterly, westerly and generally southwesterly along the easterly, northerly and westerly limits of said city to Highway No. 1; thence generally westerly and northwesterly along said highway to the easterly limit of the Municipal District of Bighorn No. 8; thence southerly, westerly and northerly along the easterly, southerly and westerly limits of said municipal district to the southeasterly corner of Stoney Indian Reserve No. 142, 143, 144; thence generally westerly along the southerly boundary of said Indian reserve to the west boundary of R 7 W 5; thence south along the west boundary of R 7 W 5 to the south boundary of Tp 24; thence west along the south boundary of Tp 24 to the southerly limit of the Town of Canmore; thence westerly, southerly, westerly, northerly and westerly along said limit to the south boundary of Tp 24; thence west along the south boundary of Tp 24 to the easterly boundary of Banff National Park of Canada; thence generally southerly along said boundary to the west boundary of said province; thence generally northwesterly along said boundary to the northerly boundary of Banff National Park of Canada; thence generally northeasterly and southeasterly along said boundary to the northerly limit of the Municipal District of Bighorn No. 8; thence generally easterly, generally northeasterly and generally southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said municipal district to the northerly limit of the Municipal District of Rocky View County; thence generally easterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

2. BATTLE RIVER—CROWFOOT

(Population: 107,140)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Alberta described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the east boundary of said province with the northerly limit of the Municipal District of Wainwright No. 61; thence generally northwesterly along said limit to the easterly limit of Beaver County; thence generally northwesterly, generally southeasterly and generally westerly along the easterly, northerly and westerly limits of said county to the easterly limit of Leduc County; thence northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly limits of said county to Highway No. 21; thence southerly and generally southeasterly along said highway to the northerly limit of Camrose County; thence westerly and generally southerly along the northerly and westerly limits of said county to the westerly limit of Stettler County No. 6; thence generally southerly along said limit to the northeasterly corner of Kneehill County; thence generally westerly and generally southerly along the northerly and westerly limits of said county to Township Road 314; thence easterly along said road to Highway No. 806; thence southerly along said highway to Highway No. 582; thence generally easterly along said highway and Highway No. 27 to the left bank of the Red Deer River; thence generally southerly along said bank to the westerly limit of the Town of Drumheller; thence generally southeasterly along said limit to the westerly limit of Special Area No. 2; thence generally southeasterly, easterly, southerly and generally northeasterly along the westerly and southerly limits of said special area to the east boundary of the Province of Alberta; thence north along said boundary to the point of commencement.

3. BOW RIVER

(Population: 103,871)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Alberta described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of Kneehill County with Township Road 314; thence easterly along said road to Highway No. 806; thence southerly along said highway to Highway No. 582; thence easterly along said highway and Highway No. 27 to the left bank of the Red Deer River; thence generally southerly along said bank to the westerly limit of the Town of Drumheller; thence generally southeasterly along said limit, the easterly limit of Wheatland County and the easterly limit of Newell County No. 4 to the easterly limit of the Municipal District of Taber; thence generally southerly, westerly and generally northerly along the easterly, southerly and westerly limits of said municipal district to the southeasterly limit of Vulcan County; thence generally southwesterly and generally northwesterly along the southerly and westerly limits of said county to the southerly limit of Wheatland County; thence generally westerly along said limit and the southerly limit of Rocky View County to the easterly limit of the City of Calgary; thence generally northerly along said limit to Highway No. 564; thence easterly along said highway to Highway No. 791; thence generally northerly along said highway to Highway No. 567; thence westerly along said highway to Highway No. 791; thence northerly along said highway to the northerly limit of Rocky View County; thence generally easterly along said limit to the southwesterly limit of Kneehill County; thence generally northerly along said limit to the point of commencement.

4. CALGARY CENTRE

(Population: 108,931)

Consisting of that part of the City of Calgary described as follows: commencing at the intersection of 37 Street SW with Glenmore Trail SW (Highway No. 8); thence northerly along 37 Street SW to Bow Trail SW; thence generally easterly along said trail to Crowchild Trail SW; thence northerly along said trail to the right bank of the Bow River; thence generally easterly (passing to the north of Prince’s Island) and generally southerly along said bank to Glenmore Trail SE; thence northwesterly and generally westerly along said trail and along Glenmore Trail SW (Highway No. 8) to the point of commencement.

5. CALGARY CONFEDERATION

(Population: 111,785)

Consisting of that part of the City of Calgary described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Sarcee Trail NW with John Laurie Boulevard NW; thence southeasterly and northeasterly along said boulevard to McKnight Boulevard NW; thence generally easterly along said boulevard and along McKnight Boulevard NE to Deerfoot Trail NE (Highway No. 2); thence southerly along said trail to Memorial Drive NE; thence westerly along said drive to the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence southerly along said railway to the right bank of the Bow River; thence generally westerly along said bank (passing to the north of Prince’s Island) to Crowchild Trail SW; thence northerly along said trail to the left bank of the Bow River; thence generally northwesterly along said bank to a point at approximate latitude 51°05’37”N and longitude 114°11’02”W; thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point on Silverview Way NW at approximate latitude 51°05’46”N and longitude 114°10’54”W; thence generally northerly along said road to a point at approximate latitude 51°06’08”N and longitude 114°10’55”W; thence northerly in a straight line to a point on Silver Springs Gate NW at approximate latitude 51°06’13”N and longitude 114°10’56”W; thence generally northeasterly along said road and Sarcee Trail NW to the point of commencement.

6. CALGARY FOREST LAWN

(Population: 108,251)

Consisting of that part of the City of Calgary described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city with 17 Avenue SE; thence westerly along said avenue to the Canadian National Railway; thence southwesterly along said railway to the southeasterly production of 48 Street SE; thence northwesterly along said production and 48 Street SE to the easterly production of 26 Avenue SE; thence westerly along said production, 26 Avenue SE and its westerly production to the right bank of the Bow River; thence generally northerly along said bank to the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence northerly along said railway to Memorial Drive NE; thence easterly along said drive to Deerfoot Trail NE (Highway No. 2); thence northerly along said trail to 32 Avenue NE; thence easterly along said avenue to 68 Street NE; thence northerly along said street to 64 Avenue NE; thence easterly along said avenue and its easterly production to the easterly limit of said city; thence southerly, easterly and southerly along said limit to the point of commencement.

7. CALGARY HERITAGE

(Population: 108,320)

Consisting of that part of the City of Calgary lying westerly and southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of said city with Spruce Meadows Way SW; thence northerly along said way and northerly and easterly along James McKevitt Road SW to Macleod Trail S; thence northerly along said trail to Glenmore Trail SW (Highway No. 8); thence westerly and generally northwesterly along said trail to 37 Street SW; thence southerly along said street to the westerly limit of said city.

8. CALGARY MIDNAPORE

(Population: 111,227)

Consisting of that part of the City of Calgary described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Macleod Trail S with Glenmore Trail SE (Highway No. 8); thence generally easterly along Glenmore Trail SE (Highway No. 8) to the left bank of the Bow River; thence generally southerly along said bank, including all islands adjacent to the river bank, to the southerly limit of said city; thence southerly, westerly and generally northwesterly along the southerly and westerly limits of said city to Spruce Meadows Way SW; thence northerly along said way and northerly and easterly along James McKevitt Road SW to Macleod Trail S; thence generally northerly along said trail to the point of commencement.

9. CALGARY NOSE HILL

(Population: 109,286)

Consisting of that part of the City of Calgary described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Sarcee Trail NW with Stoney Trail NW (Highway No. 201); thence generally northeasterly along Stoney Trail NW (Highway No. 201) to the southerly production of 14 Street NW; thence northerly along said production and 14 Street NW to the northerly limit of said city; thence easterly along said limit to Centre Street N; thence generally southerly along said street and Harvest Hills Boulevard N to Beddington Trail NE; thence southeasterly along said trail to Deerfoot Trail NE (Highway No. 2); thence southerly along said trail to McKnight Boulevard NE; thence generally westerly along said boulevard and McKnight Boulevard NW to John Laurie Boulevard NW; thence southwesterly and northwesterly along said boulevard to Sarcee Trail NW; thence generally northerly along said trail to the point of commencement.

10. CALGARY ROCKY RIDGE

(Population: 108,901)

Consisting of that part of the City of Calgary lying westerly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with 14 Street NW; thence southerly along said street and its southerly production to Stoney Trail NW (Highway No. 201); thence generally southwesterly along said trail to Sarcee Trail NW; thence generally southerly along said trail to Silver Springs Gate NW; thence generally southerly along said road to a point at approximate latitude 51°06’13”N and longitude 114°10’56”W; thence southerly in a straight line to a point on Silverview Way NW at approximate latitude 51°06’08”N and longitude 114°10’55”W; thence generally southerly along said road to a point at approximate latitude 51°05’46”N and longitude 114°10’54”W; thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point on the left bank of the Bow River at approximate latitude 51°05’37”N and longitude 114°11’02”W; thence generally westerly along said bank to the westerly limit of said city.

11. CALGARY SHEPARD

(Population: 110,296)

Consisting of that part of the City of Calgary described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the Canadian National Railway with 17 Avenue SE; thence easterly along said avenue to the easterly limit of said city; thence generally southerly and generally westerly along the easterly and southerly limits of said city to Deerfoot Trail SE (Highway No. 2); thence generally northerly along the left bank of the Bow River to Glenmore Trail SE (Highway No. 8); thence northwesterly along said trail to the right bank of the Bow River; thence generally northerly along said bank to the westerly production of 26 Avenue SE; thence easterly along said production, 26 Avenue SE and its easterly production to 48 Street SE; thence southeasterly along said street and its southeasterly production to the Canadian National Railway; thence northeasterly along said railway to the point of commencement.

12. CALGARY SIGNAL HILL

(Population: 109,647)

Consisting of that part of the City of Calgary lying southerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with the left bank of the Bow River; thence generally easterly and generally southeasterly along said bank to Crowchild Trail SW; thence southerly along said trail to Bow Trail SW; thence generally westerly along said trail to 37 Street SW; thence southerly along said street to the southerly limit of said city at the northeasternmost corner of Tsuu T’ina Nation Indian Reserve No. 145.

13. CALGARY SKYVIEW

(Population: 110,189)

Consisting of that part of the City of Calgary lying northerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city with the easterly production of 64 Avenue NE; thence westerly along said production and 64 Avenue NE to 68 Street NE; thence southerly along said street to 32 Avenue NE; thence westerly along said avenue to Deerfoot Trail NE (Highway No. 2); thence northerly along said trail to Beddington Trail NE; thence northwesterly along said trail to Harvest Hills Boulevard N; thence generally northerly along said boulevard and Centre Street N to the northerly limit of said city.

14. EDMONTON CENTRE

(Population: 106,121)

Consisting of that part of the City of Edmonton described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Yellowhead Trail NW (Highway No. 16) with 97 Street NW (Highway No. 28); thence southerly along said street and its southerly production to the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally southwesterly along said bank to a point due east of the mouth of an unnamed creek at approximate latitude 53°30’04”N and longitude 113°35’13”W on the left bank of said river; thence due west in a straight line to the mouth of said creek; thence generally northwesterly along said creek to Whitemud Drive NW; thence easterly along said drive to 159 Street NW; thence generally northerly along said street, Meadowlark Road NW and 156 Street NW to the Canadian National Railway; thence generally easterly along said railway to Yellowhead Trail NW (Highway No. 16, west of 121 Street NW); thence easterly along said trail to the point of commencement.

15. EDMONTON GRIESBACH

(Population: 107,809)

Consisting of that part of the City of Edmonton described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Yellowhead Trail NW (Highway No. 16) with the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; thence northeasterly along said bank to the Canadian National Railway; thence northwesterly and westerly along said railway to 66 Street NW; thence northerly along said street to 153 Avenue NW; thence westerly along said avenue to Castle Downs Road NW; thence southerly along said road to 137 Avenue NW; thence westerly along said avenue to St. Albert Trail NW (Highway No. 2); thence southeasterly along said trail to the Canadian National Railway; thence easterly and southerly along said railway to Yellowhead Trail NW (Highway No. 16, west of 121 Street NW); thence easterly along said trail to 97 Street NW (Highway No. 28); thence southerly along said street and its southerly production to Grierson Hill NW; thence northeasterly and easterly along said road and 101 Avenue NW to 95 Street NW; thence northerly along said street to Rowland Road NW; thence easterly and northeasterly along said road to 92 Street NW; thence northerly along said street to its endpoint; thence northeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of 89 Street NW with 103A Avenue NW; thence northeasterly along said avenue to 87 Street NW; thence easterly and southerly along said street to Rowland Road NW; thence easterly along said road to the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally northeasterly along said bank to the point of commencement.

16. EDMONTON MANNING

(Population: 106,262)

Consisting of that part of the City of Edmonton lying northerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city with the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; thence northeasterly along said bank to the Canadian National Railway; thence westerly along said railway to 66 Street NW; thence northerly along said street to 153 Avenue NW; thence westerly along said avenue to Castle Downs Road NW; thence generally northerly and generally easterly along said road to 97 Street NW (Highway No. 28); thence northerly along said street to the northerly limit of said city.

17. EDMONTON MILL WOODS

(Population: 106,103)

Consisting of that part of the City of Edmonton described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city with Whitemud Drive NW (Highway No. 14); thence generally westerly along said drive to Calgary Trail NW (Highway No. 2); thence southerly along said trail to Anthony Henday Drive NW (Highway No. 216); thence easterly and northeasterly along said drive to the easterly limit of said city; thence generally northerly along said limit to the point of commencement.

18. EDMONTON RIVERBEND

(Population: 106,302)

Consisting of that part of the City of Edmonton described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Whitemud Creek with the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally southerly along said creek to Whitemud Drive NW; thence easterly along said drive to Calgary Trail NW (Highway No. 2); thence southerly along said trail to Ellerslie Road SW (9 Avenue SW); thence westerly along said road and its westerly production to the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally northeasterly along said bank to the point of commencement.

19. EDMONTON STRATHCONA

(Population: 103,183)

Consisting of that part of the City of Edmonton described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city with Whitemud Drive NW (Highway No. 14); thence westerly along said drive to Whitemud Creek; thence generally northerly along said creek to the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally northeasterly along said bank to the southerly production of 97 Street NW; thence northerly along said production to Grierson Hill NW; thence northeasterly and easterly along said road and 101 Avenue NW to 95 Street NW; thence northerly along said street to Rowland Road NW; thence easterly and northeasterly along said road to 92 Street NW; thence northerly along said street to its endpoint; thence northeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of 89 Street NW with 103A Avenue NW; thence northeasterly along said avenue to 87 Street NW; thence easterly and southerly along said street to Rowland Road NW; thence easterly along said road to the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally northeasterly along said bank to the easterly limit of said city; thence generally southerly, generally easterly and southerly along said limit to the point of commencement.

20. EDMONTON WEST

(Population: 104,422)

Consisting of that part of the City of Edmonton lying southerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Yellowhead Trail NW (Highway No. 16); thence easterly along said trail to the Canadian National Railway (south of Kinokamau Lake); thence northeasterly along said railway to 156 Street NW; thence generally southerly along said street, Meadowlark Road NW and 159 Street NW to Whitemud Drive NW (Highway No. 2); thence westerly along said drive to an unnamed creek; thence generally southeasterly along said creek to its mouth; thence due east in a straight line to a point on the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River at approximate latitude 53°30’04”N and longitude 113°35’13”W; thence generally southwesterly along said bank to the southerly limit of said city.

21. EDMONTON—WETASKIWIN

(Population: 110,644)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the City of Edmonton lying easterly and southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of said city with the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; thence northerly along said bank to the westerly production of Ellerslie Road SW (9 Avenue SW); thence easterly along said production and Ellerslie Road SW (9 Avenue SW) to Calgary Trail NW (Highway No. 2); thence northerly along said trail to Anthony Henday Drive NW (Highway No. 216); thence easterly and northeasterly along said drive to the easterly limit of said city;
  • (b) that part of Leduc County described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of Leduc County with Range Road 22; thence northerly along said road to Township Road 474; thence easterly along said road to Highway No. 771; thence northerly along said highway to Highway No. 616; thence easterly along said highway to Range Road 20; thence northerly along said road to Township Road 482; thence easterly along said road to Range Road 10; thence northerly along said road and its intermittent productions to the northerly limit of Leduc County on the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally northeasterly along said bank to the southerly limit of the City of Edmonton; thence easterly along said limit to the westerly limit of Strathcona County; thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly limits of said county to Highway No. 21; thence southerly and generally southeasterly along said highway to the northerly limit of Camrose County; thence westerly and generally southerly along the northerly and westerly limits of said county to the southerly limit of Leduc County; thence generally westerly and generally southwesterly along said limit to the point of commencement;
  • (c) Wetaskiwin County No. 10, excepting Louis Bull Indian Reserve No. 138B, Ermineskin Indian Reserve No. 138 and Samson Indian Reserve No. 137; and
  • (d) the summer villages of Golden Days, Itaska Beach and Sundance Beach; the City of Leduc; the towns of Beaumont, Devon and Calmar.
22. FOOTHILLS

(Population: 105,515)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Alberta described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the west boundary of said province with the southerly boundary of Banff National Park of Canada; thence generally northerly along the easterly boundary of said national park to the north boundary of Tp 23; thence east along the north boundary of Tp 23 to the southerly limit of the Town of Canmore; thence easterly, southerly, easterly, northerly and easterly along said limit to the north boundary of Tp 23; thence east along the north boundary of Tp 23 to the east boundary of R 8 W 5; thence north along the east boundary of R 8 W 5 to the southerly boundary of Stoney Indian Reserve No. 142, 143, 144; thence generally easterly along said boundary to the westerly limit of the Municipal District of Bighorn No. 8; thence southerly, easterly and northerly along the westerly, southerly and easterly limits of said municipal district to Highway No. 1; thence generally easterly along said highway to the westerly limit of the City of Calgary; thence generally southeasterly along said limit to the southeasterly corner of said city (northerly limit of the Municipal District of Foothills No. 31); thence generally easterly and generally southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of the Municipal District of Foothills No. 31 to the northeasterly corner of the Municipal District of Willow Creek No. 26; thence generally southeasterly along the easterly limit of said municipal district to the Belly River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to the northeasterly corner of Blood Indian Reserve No. 148A; thence westerly, southerly and easterly along the northerly, westerly and southerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to its southeasterly corner; thence easterly along the production of the southerly boundary of said Indian reserve to a point on Range Road 282A at approximate latitude 49°01’15”N and longitude 113°40’21”W; thence southerly along said road to the south boundary of said province; thence westerly and generally northerly along the south and west boundaries of said province to the point of commencement.

23. FORT MCMURRAY—COLD LAKE

(Population: 101,538)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Alberta lying northerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the east boundary of said province with the easterly production of Township Road 610 at a point at approximate latitude 54°14’13”N and longitude 110°00’20”W; thence westerly along said production and Township Road 610 to the southeasterly corner of Cold Lake Indian Reserve No. 149; thence westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to Highway No. 28; thence generally southwesterly along said highway to Highway No. 660; thence generally westerly along said highway and Township Road 612 to the westerly limit of the Municipal District of Bonnyville No. 87; thence generally northerly along said limit to the southeasterly limit of Lac La Biche County; thence generally westerly and generally northwesterly along the southerly and westerly limits of said county to the easterly limit of the Municipal District of Opportunity No. 17; thence generally southwesterly and generally northwesterly along the easterly, southerly and westerly limits of said municipal district to a point at approximate latitude 56°27’33”N and longitude 114°56’59”W; thence easterly in a straight line to a point at approximate latitude 56°27’24”N and longitude 114°04’54”W; thence northerly in a straight line to a point at approximate latitude 56°48’16”N and longitude 114°04’44”W; thence westerly in a straight line to a point on the westerly limit of the Municipal District of Opportunity No. 17 at approximate latitude 56°48’28”N and longitude 114°57’31”W; thence northerly and easterly along the westerly and northerly limits of said municipal district to the westerly limit of the Specialized Municipality of Wood Buffalo; thence northerly along said limit and the westerly boundary of Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada to the left bank of the Peace River; thence generally northeasterly along said bank to a point at approximate latitude 58°41’21”N and longitude 113°55’32”W; thence easterly in a straight line to a point on the right bank of the Peace River at approximate latitude 58°41’21”N and longitude 113°43’36”W; thence generally northerly along said bank to a point at approximate latitude 58°42’00”N and longitude 113°43’25”W; thence northerly in a straight line to a point on an unnamed trail at approximate latitude 58°45’55”N and longitude 113°43’25”W; thence westerly in a straight line to a point on the westerly boundary of Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada at approximate latitude 58°45’55”N and longitude 114°00’00”W; thence northerly, westerly and northerly along said boundary to the north boundary of the Province of Alberta.

24. GRANDE PRAIRIE

(Population: 106,738)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Alberta lying northerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the west boundary of said province with the north boundary of Tp 64; thence east along the north boundary of Tp 64 to the east boundary of R 24 W 5; thence north along the east boundary of R 24 W 5 to the southerly boundary of Sturgeon Lake Indian Reserve No. 154; thence northerly, easterly and northerly along the easterly boundary of said Indian reserve to a point on the westerly production of Township Road 704 at approximate latitude 55°05’00”N and longitude 117°21’43”W; thence easterly along said production to Range Road 230; thence generally northerly along said road, Range Road 225 and its intermittent productions to the northerly limit of the Municipal District of Greenview No. 16; thence westerly, generally northerly and generally southwesterly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Municipal District of Grande Prairie County No. 1; thence generally southwesterly, southerly, westerly and northerly along said limit to the southeasterly corner of Saddle Hills County; thence northerly along the easterly limit of said county to the southerly limit of the Municipal District of Spirit River No. 133; thence northerly, easterly, generally northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly limits of said municipal district to the easterly limit of Saddle Hills County; thence northerly and generally northwesterly along said limit to the southerly limit of the Municipal District of Clear Hills; thence generally easterly and northerly along the southerly and easterly limits of said municipal district to the southwesterly corner of Northern Lights County; thence easterly and generally northerly along the southerly, easterly and northerly limits of said county to a point at approximate latitude 58°04’47”N and longitude 117°03’01”W; thence northerly in a straight line to the southerly boundary of Bushe River Indian Reserve No. 207; thence easterly and generally northwesterly along the southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to its northerly boundary; thence northerly in a straight line to a point at approximate latitude 58°45’13”N and longitude 116°58’59”W; thence easterly in a straight line to the easterly limit of Mackenzie County; thence northerly, westerly and generally northerly along said limit to the north boundary of the Province of Alberta.

25. LAKELAND

(Population: 104,616)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Alberta described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the east boundary of said province with the southerly limit of Vermilion River County; thence generally northwesterly and westerly along said limit, continuing along the southerly limit of Minburn County No. 27 and along the southerly limit of Lamont County to the easterly boundary of Elk Island National Park of Canada; thence southerly, generally westerly and generally northerly along the easterly, southerly and westerly boundaries of said national park to the westerly limit of Lamont County; thence westerly and generally northerly along said limit to the southwesterly corner of the Town of Bruderheim; thence northerly along the westerly limit of said town and the westerly limit of Lamont County to the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally northeasterly along said bank to the southeasterly corner of Thorhild County No. 7; thence westerly and generally northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said county to the southerly limit of Athabasca County; thence westerly, generally northwesterly, generally northeasterly and generally southerly along the southerly, westerly, northerly and easterly limits of said county to the northerly limit of Smoky Lake County; thence generally easterly and generally southeasterly along the northerly and easterly limits of said county to the northwesterly boundary of White Fish Lake Indian Reserve No. 128; thence generally northwesterly and generally southeasterly along the westerly and northerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the westerly limit of St. Paul County No. 19; thence northerly, generally easterly and generally southeasterly along the westerly, northerly and easterly limits of said county to Township Road 612; thence generally easterly along said road and Highway No. 660 to Highway No. 28; thence northeasterly along said highway to the westerly boundary of Cold Lake Indian Reserve No. 149; thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to Township Road 610; thence easterly along said road and its easterly production to a point on the east boundary of the Province of Alberta at approximate latitude 54°14’13”N and longitude 110°00’20”W”; thence south along said boundary to the point of commencement.

26. LETHBRIDGE

(Population: 105,999)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the City of Lethbridge; and
  • (b) Lethbridge County.
27. MEDICINE HAT

(Population: 102,847)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Alberta described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the east boundary of said province with the northerly limit of Cypress County; thence generally westerly and generally southerly along the northerly and westerly limits of said county to the westerly limit of the Municipal District of Forty Mile County No. 8; thence southerly and generally westerly along the westerly limit of said municipal district to the northerly limit of Warner County No. 5; thence generally westerly along said limit to the northerly limit of Cardston County; thence generally northwesterly along said limit to the northeasterly boundary of Blood Indian Reserve No. 148; thence northwesterly along said boundary to the Belly River (including those parts belonging to Cardston County adjacent to the northeasterly boundary of said Indian reserve); thence generally southwesterly along said river to the northeasterly corner of Blood Indian Reserve No. 148A; thence westerly, southerly and easterly along the northerly, westerly and southerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to its southeasterly corner; thence easterly along the production of the southerly boundary of said Indian reserve to a point on Range Road 282A at approximate latitude 49°01’15”N and longitude 113°40’21”W; thence southerly along said road to the south boundary of said province; thence easterly and northerly along the south and east boundaries of said province to the point of commencement.

28. PEACE RIVER—WESTLOCK

(Population: 108,095)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Alberta described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of Mackenzie County with a point at approximate latitude 58°45’55”N and longitude 114°00’00”W; thence easterly in a straight line to a point on an unnamed trail at approximate latitude 58°45’55”N and longitude 113°43’25”W; thence southerly in a straight line to a point on the right bank of the Peace River at approximate latitude 58°42’00”N and longitude 113°43’25”W; thence generally southerly along said bank to a point at approximate latitude 58°41’21”N and longitude 113°43’36”W; thence westerly in a straight line to a point on the left bank of the Peace River at approximate latitude 58°41’21”N and longitude 113°55’32”W; thence southwesterly along said bank to the easterly limit of Mackenzie County; thence southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly limits of said county to the easterly limit of Northern Sunrise County; thence southerly along said limit to a point at approximate latitude 56°48’28”N and longitude 114°57’31”W; thence easterly in a straight line to a point at approximate latitude 56°48’16”N and longitude 114°04’44”W; thence southerly in a straight line to a point at approximate latitude 56°27’24”N and longitude 114°04’54”W; thence westerly in a straight line to a point on the easterly limit of Northern Sunrise County at approximate latitude 56°27’33”N and longitude 114°56’59”W; thence generally southerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Municipal District of Lesser Slave River No. 124; thence easterly, southerly, easterly and generally southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said municipal district to the easterly limit of Westlock County; thence generally southerly, easterly, generally southerly and generally southwesterly along the easterly and southerly limits of said county to the easterly limit of Barrhead County No. 11; thence southerly and generally northwesterly along the easterly and southerly limits of said county to the easterly limit of Woodlands County; thence generally southerly, generally westerly and generally northwesterly along the easterly and southerly limits of said county to the southerly limit of the Municipal District of Greenview No. 16; thence generally southwesterly along said limit to the west boundary of R 23 W 5; thence north along the west boundary of R 23 W 5 to the southerly boundary of Sturgeon Lake Indian Reserve No. 154; thence northerly, easterly and northerly along the easterly boundary of said Indian reserve to the westerly production of Township Road 704 at a point at approximate latitude 55°05’00”N and longitude 117°21’43”W; thence easterly along said production to Range Road 230; thence generally northerly along said road, Range Road 225 and its intermittent productions to the northerly limit of the Municipal District of Greenview No. 16; thence westerly and generally northerly along said limit to the southeasterly limit of Birch Hills County; thence generally southwesterly and generally northerly along the easterly, southerly and westerly limits of said county to the southerly limit of the Municipal District of Fairview No. 136; thence generally northwesterly and generally easterly along the southerly, westerly and northerly limits of said municipal district to the westerly limit of the Municipal District of Peace No. 135; thence northerly and easterly along the westerly and northerly limits of said municipal district to the northwesterly corner of the Town of Peace River; thence generally northeasterly along the northerly limit of said town to the westerly limit of Northern Sunrise County; thence generally northerly along said limit and the westerly limit of Mackenzie County to a point at approximate latitude 58°04’47”N and longitude 117°03’01”W; thence northerly in straight line to the southerly boundary of Bushe River Indian Reserve No. 207; thence easterly and generally northwesterly along the southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to its northerly boundary; thence northerly in a straight line to a point at approximate latitude 58°45’13”N and longitude 116°58’59”W; thence easterly in a straight line to the point of commencement.

29. RED DEER—MOUNTAIN VIEW

(Population: 110,793)

Consisting of:

  • (a) Mountain View County; and
  • (b) Red Deer County and the City of Red Deer, excepting:
    • (i) that part lying northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of said county with Highway No. 11 (David Thompson Highway); thence generally easterly along said highway to the westerly limit of the City of Red Deer; thence southerly along said limit to the right bank of the Red Deer River; thence generally easterly along said bank to Taylor Drive; thence generally easterly along said drive, Ross (50) Street and its easterly production to 20 Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue to Highway No. 11 (David Thompson Highway); thence generally easterly along said highway to the northerly limit of said county;
    • (ii) the summer villages of Jarvis Bay and Norglenwold; the Town of Sylvan Lake.
30. RED DEER—WOLF CREEK

(Population: 113,693)

Consisting of:

  • (a) Lacombe County;
  • (b) Ponoka County;
  • (c) that part of Red Deer County and the City of Red Deer lying northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northwesterly limit of said county with Highway No. 11 (David Thompson Highway); thence generally easterly along said highway to the westerly limit of the City of Red Deer; thence southerly along said limit to the right bank of the Red Deer River; thence generally easterly along said bank to Taylor Drive; thence generally easterly along said drive, Ross (50) Street and its easterly production to 20 Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue to Highway No. 11 (David Thompson Highway); thence generally easterly along said highway to the northerly limit of said county; and
  • (d) Louis Bull Indian Reserve No. 138B, Ermineskin Indian Reserve No. 138, Samson Indian Reserve No. 137, Samson Indian Reserve No. 137A and Montana Indian Reserve No. 139; the summer villages of Jarvis Bay and Norglenwold; the Town of Sylvan Lake.
31. ST. ALBERT—EDMONTON

(Population: 105,162)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the City of St. Albert; and
  • (b) that part of the City of Edmonton lying westerly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with 97 Street NW (Highway No. 28); thence southerly along said street to Castle Downs Road NW; thence generally westerly and generally southerly along said road to 137 Avenue NW; thence westerly along said avenue to St. Albert Trail NW (Highway No. 2); thence southeasterly along said trail to the Canadian National Railway; thence westerly and southwesterly along said railway to Yellowhead Trail NW (Highway No. 16); thence westerly along said trail to the westerly limit of the City of Edmonton.
32. SHERWOOD PARK—FORT SASKATCHEWAN

(Population: 111,541)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the City of Fort Saskatchewan; and
  • (b) the County of Strathcona.
33. STURGEON RIVER

(Population: 105,733)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Alberta described as follows: commencing at the northeasterly corner of Sturgeon County; thence generally southwesterly and generally westerly along the easterly and southerly limits of said county to the northerly limit of Parkland County; thence southerly along the easterly limit of said county to the northerly boundary of Stony Plain Indian Reserve No. 135; thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the easterly limit of Parkland County; thence southerly and easterly along said limit to the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally southwesterly along said bank to the southerly production of Range Road 20; thence northerly along said production, Range Road 20 and its northerly production to Township Road 510; thence westerly along said road to Range Road 20; thence northerly along said road and Range Road 20-Lake Eden Road to the southerly limit of Lac Ste. Anne County; thence westerly along said limit to Highway No. 43; thence northerly and generally northwesterly along said highway to the easterly boundary of Alexis Indian Reserve No. 133; thence northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to Highway No. 43; thence generally northwesterly along said highway to Highway No. 764; thence northerly along said highway to the northerly limit of Lac Ste. Anne County; thence generally northeasterly and generally southeasterly along said limit to the westerly limit of Sturgeon County; thence generally northeasterly and easterly along the westerly and northerly limits of said county to the point of commencement.

34. YELLOWHEAD

(Population: 98,855)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Alberta described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the west boundary of said province with the north boundary of Tp 64; thence east along the north boundary of Tp 64 to the east boundary of R 24 W 5; thence south along the east boundary of R 24 W 5 to the northerly limit of Yellowhead County; thence generally easterly along said limit to the westerly limit of Lac Ste. Anne County; thence generally northerly, generally easterly and generally southerly along the westerly and northerly limits of said county to Highway No. 764; thence southerly along said highway to Highway No. 43; thence generally southeasterly along said highway to the northerly boundary of Alexis Indian Reserve No. 133; thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to Highway No. 43; thence generally southeasterly and southerly along said highway to the northerly limit of Parkland County; thence easterly along said limit to Range Road 20-Lake Eden Road; thence southerly along said road and Range Road 20 to Township Road 510; thence easterly along said road to the northerly production of Range Road 20; thence southerly along said production, Range Road 20 and its southerly production to the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally southeasterly along said bank to the northerly production of Range Road 10; thence southerly along said production, Range Road 10 and its intermittent productions to Township Road 482; thence generally westerly along said road to Range Road 20; thence southerly along said road to Highway No. 616; thence westerly along said highway to Highway No. 771; thence southerly along said highway to Township Road 474; thence westerly along said road to Range Road 22; thence southerly along said road to the northerly limit of Wetaskiwin County No. 10; thence westerly along said limit to the easterly limit of Clearwater County; thence generally southerly, westerly and generally northwesterly along the easterly, southerly and westerly limits of said county to the southerly boundary of Jasper National Park of Canada; thence generally northwesterly and generally southwesterly along said boundary to the west boundary of the Province of Alberta; thence generally northwesterly and northerly along said boundary to the point of commencement.

BRITISH COLUMBIA

There shall be in the Province of British Columbia forty-two (42) electoral districts, named and described as follows, each of which shall return one member.

In the following descriptions:

  • (a) reference to “road”, “highway”, “boulevard”, “street”, “avenue”, “drive”, “viaduct”, “place”, “railway”, “strait”, “channel”, “inlet”, “bay”, “arm”, “lake”, “creek”, “reach”, “sound”, “passage” or “river” signifies their centre line unless otherwise described;
  • (b) wherever a word or expression is used to denote a municipal area, a land district or a regional district, such word or expression shall indicate the territorial division as it existed or was bounded on the first day of January, 2011;
  • (c) all Indian reserves lying within the perimeter of the electoral district are included unless otherwise described; and
  • (d) 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.

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

1. ABBOTSFORD

(Population: 96,819)

Consisting of those parts of the Fraser Valley Regional District comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the City of Abbotsford lying southerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city with the Sumas River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 1); thence southwesterly along said highway to the easterly boundary of Upper Sumas Indian Reserve No. 6; thence generally northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to Sumas Mountain Road; thence northerly along said road to McKee Road; thence generally southwesterly along said road to the easterly limit of the Ledgeview Golf Course; thence westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said golf course to a point at approximate latitude 49°04’26”N and longitude 122°14’09”W; thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point on Straiton Road at approximate latitude 49°04’41”N and longitude 122°14’21”W; thence generally northwesterly along said road to Clayburn Road; thence westerly along said road to Wright Street; thence southerly along said street to Bateman Road; thence westerly along said road to Abbotsford-Mission Highway (Highway No. 11); thence southerly along said highway to McCallum Road; thence generally southwesterly along said road to Maclure Road; thence westerly along said road to the easterly production of Upper Maclure Road; thence westerly along said production and Upper Maclure Road to the easterly production of Sandpiper Drive; thence generally westerly along said production and Sandpiper Drive to Mount Lehman Road; thence southerly along said road to Huntingdon Road; thence easterly along said road to Mount Lehman Road; thence southerly along said road to the southerly limit of said city; and
  • (b) Upper Sumas Indian Reserve No. 6.
2. BURNABY NORTH—SEYMOUR

(Population: 100,632)

Consisting of those parts of the Greater Vancouver Regional District comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the City of Burnaby lying northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Lougheed Highway (Highway No. 7); thence generally easterly along said highway to the easterly limit of said city;
  • (b) that part of the District Municipality of North Vancouver lying easterly and southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said district municipality with the western bank of the Seymour River; thence generally southerly along said bank to the northerly boundary of Seymour Creek Indian Reserve No. 2; thence generally westerly along said boundary to the Mount Seymour Parkway; thence westerly along said parkway to the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 1); thence northwesterly along said highway to Lynn Creek; thence generally southerly along said creek to the westerly limit of said district municipality; and
  • (c) Seymour Creek Indian Reserve No. 2 and Burrard Inlet Indian Reserve No. 3.
3. BURNABY SOUTH

(Population: 105,037)

Consisting of that part of the City of Burnaby described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Lougheed Highway (Highway No. 7); thence generally easterly along said highway to the easterly limit of said city at North Road; thence southerly along North Road to the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 1); thence generally westerly along said highway to the northeasterly production of Nursery Street; thence southwesterly along said production and Nursery Street to 6th Street; thence northwesterly along said street to Burris Street; thence southwesterly along said street to Walker Avenue; thence southeasterly along said avenue to Stanley Street; thence southerly in a straight line to the end of Griffiths Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Griffiths Drive; thence generally southerly along said drive to the southerly limit of said city at 10th Avenue; thence generally westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said city to the point of commencement.

4. CARIBOO—PRINCE GEORGE

(Population: 108,252)

Consisting of:

  • (a) those parts of the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George comprised of:
    • (i) that part of the City of Prince George lying southerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with the Nechako River; thence generally southeasterly along said river to the Cariboo Highway (Highway No. 97); thence southerly along said highway to Massey Drive; thence northeasterly along said drive and Winnipeg Street to 15th Avenue; thence easterly along said avenue and Patricia Boulevard to the Queensway; thence southerly along the Queensway to Patricia Boulevard; thence generally easterly along said boulevard and its production to Yellowhead Highway (Highway No. 16); thence southeasterly along said highway to the Fraser River; thence generally southerly along said river to the southerly limit of said city;
    • (ii) subdivisions C and E;
  • (b) that part of the Bulkley-Nechako Regional District comprised of: Subdivision F; the District Municipality of Vanderhoof; and
  • (c) Cariboo Regional District, excepting: subdivisions G, H and L; the District Municipality of 100 Mile House.
5. CENTRAL OKANAGAN—SIMILKAMEEN—NICOLA

(Population: 104,398)

Consisting of:

  • (a) those parts of the Regional District of OkanaganSimilkameen comprised of:
    • (i) the District Municipality of Summerland;
    • (ii) the Town of Princeton;
    • (iii) the Village of Keremeos;
    • (iv) subdivisions B, G and H, including Chopaka Indian Reserve No. 7 & 8;
    • (v) Subdivision F, excepting those parts described as follows:
      • (A) commencing at the intersection of the easterly boundary of Penticton Indian Reserve No. 1 with the southerly limit of the District Municipality of Summerland; thence generally easterly along the limit of said district municipality to a point at approximate latitude 49°33’28”N and longitude 119°38’08”W; thence due east to the easterly limit of said subdivision; thence southerly along the easterly limit of said subdivision to the easterly boundary of Penticton Indian Reserve No. 1; thence generally northerly along said boundary to the point of commencement;
      • (B) that part surrounded by Penticton Indian Reserve No. 1;
      • (C) Penticton Indian Reserve No. 1;
  • (b) that part of the Thompson-Nicola Regional District comprised of:
    • (i) the City of Merritt;
    • (ii) the District Municipality of Logan Lake;
    • (iii) subdivisions M and N, including Nooaitch Indian Reserve No. 10; and
  • (c) those parts of the Regional District of Central Okanagan comprised of:
    • (i) the district municipalities of Peachland and West Kelowna;
    • (ii) Subdivision J;
    • (iii) that part of the City of Kelowna described as follows: commencing at a point in Okanagan Lake located at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Highway No. 97; thence generally easterly along said highway and Harvey Avenue to Dilworth Drive; thence southerly along said drive to Springfield Road; thence generally easterly along said road to Ziprick Road; thence southerly along the southerly production of said road to the northerly bank of Mission Creek; thence generally southwesterly along said bank to the easterly shoreline of Okanagan Lake; thence due west across said lake to the westerly limit of said city; thence northerly along said limit to the point of commencement.
6. CHILLIWACK—HOPE

(Population: 92,734)

Consisting of that part of the Fraser Valley Regional District lying easterly and southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said regional district with Coquihalla Highway (Highway No. 5); thence generally southwesterly along said highway to Othello Road; thence generally southerly and westerly along said road to the easterly limit of the District Municipality of Hope; thence generally northwesterly and generally southwesterly along the easterly, northerly and westerly limits of said district municipality to the Fraser River; thence southwesterly along said river to the northerly limit of the City of Chilliwack; thence generally westerly, southwesterly and southerly along the northerly and westerly limits of said city to the northerly limit of Subdivision E; thence generally westerly and southerly along the northerly and westerly limits of said subdivision to the southerly limit of said regional district.

7. CLOVERDALE—LANGLEY CITY

(Population: 100,318)

Consisting of those parts of the Greater Vancouver Regional District comprised of:

  • (a) the City of Langley;
  • (b) that part of the Township of Langley lying southerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said township with the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 1); thence easterly along said highway to 200th Street; thence southerly along said street to the northerly limit of the City of Langley at 62nd Avenue; and
  • (c) that part of the City of Surrey described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city with 88th Avenue; thence westerly along said avenue to 176th Street (Pacific Highway, Highway No. 15); thence southerly along said street to the Serpentine River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to the easterly production of 68th Avenue; thence westerly along said production and 68th Avenue to 144th Street; thence southerly along said street to Highway No. 10 (56th Avenue); thence easterly along said highway to 192nd Street; thence southerly along said street to 56th Avenue; thence generally easterly along said avenue to the easterly limit of said city; thence northerly along said limit to the point of commencement.
8. COQUITLAM—PORT COQUITLAM

(Population: 110,277)

Consisting of those parts of the Greater Vancouver Regional District comprised of:

  • (a) the City of Port Coquitlam;
  • (b) those parts of Subdivision A comprised of:
    • (i) that part lying easterly of Indian Arm and the Indian River;
    • (ii) Pitt Lake Indian Reserve No. 4;
  • (c) that part of the City of Coquitlam lying northerly of Highway No. 7A (Barnet Highway, Lougheed Highway); and
  • (d) Coquitlam Indian Reserve No. 2.
9. COURTENAY—ALBERNI

(Population: 110,391)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional District of Alberni-Clayoquot;
  • (b) that part of the Regional District of Comox Valley comprised of: the Village of Cumberland; Subdivision A; the City of Courtenay, excepting Pentledge Indian Reserve No. 2;
  • (c) that part of the Regional District of Nanaimo comprised of: the Town of Qualicum Beach; the City of Parksville; subdivisions E, F, G and H; Qualicum Indian Reserve; and
  • (d) that part of the Powell River Regional District comprised of Subdivision E.
10. COWICHAN—MALAHAT—LANGFORD

(Population: 99,160)

Consisting of:

  • (a) those parts of the Regional District of Cowichan Valley comprised of:
    • (i) the City of Duncan;
    • (ii) the Town of Lake Cowichan;
    • (iii) the District Municipality of North Cowichan;
    • (iv) Cowichan Indian Reserve and Penelakut Island Indian Reserve No. 7;
    • (v) subdivisions A, B, C, D, E, F and I;
    • (vi) that part of Subdivision G comprised of: Dayman Island, Hudson Island, Leech Island, Miami Islet, Penelakut Island, Ragged Islets, Reid Island, Rose Islets, Scott Island, Tent Island and Thetis Island; and
  • (b) those parts of the Capital Regional District comprised of:
    • (i) Subdivision H (Part 2);
    • (ii) the District Municipality of Highlands;
    • (iii) the City of Langford;
    • (iv) that part of Subdivision H (Part 1) lying northerly of the district municipalities of Sooke and Metchosin and westerly of Squally Reach.
11. DELTA

(Population: 100,588)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Corporation of Delta; and
  • (b) Musqueam Indian Reserve No. 4 and Tsawwassen Indian Reserve.
12. FLEETWOOD—PORT KELLS

(Population: 109,742)

Consisting of those parts of the Greater Vancouver Regional District comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the City of Surrey described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city with 88th Avenue; thence westerly along said avenue to 176th Street (Pacific Highway, Highway No. 15); thence southerly along said street to the Serpentine River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to the easterly production of 68th Avenue; thence westerly along said production and 68th Avenue to 144th Street; thence northerly along said street to 88th Avenue; thence easterly along said avenue to 148th Street; thence northerly along said street to 100th Avenue; thence easterly along said avenue to 152nd Street; thence northerly along said street to the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 1); thence northwesterly along said highway to the northerly limit of said city; thence generally easterly and southeasterly along the northerly and easterly limits of said city to the point of commencement;
  • (b) that part of Subdivision A comprised of Barnston Island; and
  • (c) Barnston Island Indian Reserve No. 3.
13. KAMLOOPS—THOMPSON—CARIBOO

(Population: 118,618)

Consisting of:

  • (a) those parts of the Thompson-Nicola Regional District comprised of:
    • (i) the City of Kamloops;
    • (ii) the villages of Clinton and Sun Peaks Mountain;
    • (iii) the district municipalities of Clearwater and Barrière;
    • (iv) that part of Subdivision L, excepting Neskonlith Indian Reserve, lying southwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the northwesterly corner of Subdivision D of the Columbia-Shuswap Regional District at approximate latitude 50°34’29”N and longitude 119°39’00”W; thence northwesterly in a straight line to the most southerly corner of Neskonlith Indian Reserve; thence generally northwesterly along the southwesterly boundary of said Indian reserve and its production to the South Thompson River;
    • (v) that part of Subdivision P lying westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the South Thompson River with the northwesterly production of the southwesterly boundary of Neskonlith Indian Reserve; thence northwesterly along said production to the southerly production of the easterly limit of Subdivision O of the Thompson-Nicola Regional District at approximate latitude 50°45’24”N and longitude 119°48’04”W; thence northerly along said production to the southerly limit of Subdivision O at approximate latitude 50°55’29”N and longitude 119°48’16”W;
    • (vi) subdivisions A, B, E, J and O;
    • (vii) Skeetchestn Indian Reserve; and
  • (b) that part of the Cariboo Regional District comprised of: the District Municipality of 100 Mile House; subdivisions G, H and L.
14. KELOWNA—LAKE COUNTRY

(Population: 110,051)

Consisting of those parts of the Regional District of Central Okanagan comprised of:

  • (a) Subdivision Central Okanagan;
  • (b) the District Municipality of Lake Country;
  • (c) Duck Lake Indian Reserve No. 7; and
  • (d) the City of Kelowna, excepting that part described as follows: commencing at a point in Okanagan Lake located at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Highway No. 97; thence generally easterly along said highway and Harvey Avenue to Dilworth Drive; thence southerly along said drive to Springfield Road; thence generally easterly along said road to Ziprick Road; thence southerly along the southerly production of said road to the northerly bank of Mission Creek; thence generally southwesterly along said bank to the easterly shoreline of Okanagan Lake; thence due west across said lake to the westerly limit of said city; thence northerly along said limit to the point of commencement.
15. KOOTENAY—COLUMBIA

(Population: 107,589)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional District of East Kootenay;
  • (b) that part of the Regional District of Central Kootenay comprised of: the villages of Kaslo and Salmo; the Town of Creston; the City of Nelson; subdivisions A, B, C, D, E, F and G; Creston Indian Reserve No. 1;
  • (c) that part of the Columbia-Shuswap Regional District comprised of: the City of Revelstoke; the Town of Golden; subdivisions A and B; and
  • (d) Tobacco Plains Indian Reserve No. 2.
16. LANGLEY—ALDERGROVE

(Population: 103,084)

Consisting of:

  • (a) those parts of the Greater Vancouver Regional District comprised of:
    • (i) the Township of Langley, excepting that part lying southerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said township with the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 1); thence easterly along said highway to 200th Street; thence southerly along said street to the northerly limit of the City of Langley at 62nd Avenue;
    • (ii) Katzie Indian Reserve No. 2, McMillan Island Indian Reserve No. 6 and Matsqui Indian Reserve No. 4; and
  • (b) that part of the Fraser Valley Regional District comprised of that part of the City of Abbotsford lying westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of said city with Mount Lehman Road; thence northerly along said road to Huntingdon Road; thence westerly along said road to Mount Lehman Road; thence generally northerly along said road to the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 1); thence northwesterly along said highway to Bradner Road; thence generally northerly along said road, including the closed part of the road, to River Road; thence northerly in a straight line to the southeast corner of the District Municipality of Maple Ridge.
17. MISSION—MATSQUI—FRASER CANYON

(Population: 90,871)

Consisting of:

  • (a) those parts of the Fraser Valley Regional District comprised of:
    • (i) the district municipalities of Mission and Kent;
    • (ii) the Village of Harrison Hot Springs;
    • (iii) subdivisions A, C and G;
    • (iv) that part of Subdivision B lying westerly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said subdivision with Coquihalla Highway (Highway No. 5); thence generally southwesterly along said highway to Othello Road; thence generally southerly and westerly along said road to the easterly limit of the District Municipality of Hope; thence generally northwesterly and southwesterly along the easterly, northerly and westerly limits of said district municipality to the Fraser River; thence southwesterly along said river to the easterly limit of the District Municipality of Kent;
    • (v) that part of Subdivision F lying southerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the easterly limit of said subdivision at approximate latitude 49°27’22”N and longitude 122°08’46”W; thence westerly in a straight line to the northern shoreline of Stave Lake at approximate latitude 49°27’34”N and longitude 122°13’09”W; thence generally southerly along said lake to the northeasterly corner of the District Municipality of Mission;
    • (vi) that part of the City of Abbotsford lying northerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city with the Sumas River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 1); thence southwesterly along said highway to the easterly boundary of Upper Sumas Indian Reserve No. 6; thence generally northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to Sumas Mountain Road; thence northerly along said road to McKee Road; thence generally southwesterly along said road to the easterly limit of the Ledgeview Golf Course; thence westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said golf course to a point at approximate latitude 49°04’26”N and longitude 122°14’09”W; thence northwesterly in a straight line to a point on Straiton Road at approximate latitude 49°04’41”N and longitude 122°14’21”W; thence generally northwesterly along said road to Clayburn Road; thence westerly along said road to Wright Street; thence southerly along said street to Bateman Road; thence westerly along said road to Abbotsford-Mission Highway (Highway No. 11); thence southerly along said highway to McCallum Road; thence generally southwesterly along said road to Maclure Road; thence westerly along said road to the easterly production of Upper Maclure Road; thence westerly along said production and Upper Maclure Road to the easterly production of Sandpiper Drive; thence generally westerly along said production and Sandpiper Drive to Mount Lehman Road; thence southerly along said road to the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 1); thence northwesterly along said highway to Bradner Road; thence generally northerly along said road, including the closed part of the road, to River Road; thence northerly in a straight line to the southeast corner of the District Municipality of Maple Ridge;
  • (b) that part of the Thompson-Nicola Regional District comprised of: the villages of Ashcroft, Lytton and Cache Creek; Subdivision I, excepting Nooaitch Indian Reserve No. 10 and Skeetchestn Indian Reserve; and
  • (c) that part of the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District comprised of: subdivisions A and B; the District Municipality of Lillooet.
18. NANAIMO—LADYSMITH

(Population: 114,998)

Consisting of:

  • (a) those parts of the Regional District of Cowichan Valley comprised of:
    • (i) the Town of Ladysmith;
    • (ii) Subdivision H;
    • (iii) Chemainus Indian Reserve No. 13 and Oyster Bay Indian Reserve No. 12;
    • (iv) Subdivision G, excepting Dayman Island, Hudson Island, Leech Island, Miami Islet, Penelakut Island, Ragged Islets, Reid Island, Rose Islets, Scott Island, Tent Island and Thetis Island; and
  • (b) that part of the Regional District of Nanaimo comprised of: subdivisions A, B and C; the City of Nanaimo; the District Municipality of Lantzville; Nanoose Indian Reserve, Nanaimo River Indian Reserves Nos. 2, 3 and 4, and Nanaimo Town Indian Reserve No. 1.
19. NEW WESTMINSTER—BURNABY

(Population: 108,652)

Consisting of those parts of the Greater Vancouver Regional District comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the City of Burnaby lying easterly and southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of said city (10th Avenue) with Griffiths Drive; thence generally northwesterly along said drive to Griffiths Avenue; thence northerly to the end of said avenue; thence northerly in a straight line to the intersection of Stanley Street and Walker Avenue; thence northwesterly along said avenue to Burris Street; thence northeasterly along said street to 6th Street; thence southeasterly along said street to Nursery Street; thence northeasterly along said street and its northeasterly production to the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 1); thence generally easterly along said highway to the easterly limit of said city; and
  • (b) the City of New Westminster.
20. NORTH OKANAGAN—SHUSWAP

(Population: 121,474)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional District of North Okanagan;
  • (b) that part of the Regional District of Columbia-Shuswap comprised of:
    • (i) the City of Salmon Arm;
    • (ii) the District Municipality of Sicamous;
    • (iii) subdivisions C, D, E and F;
    • (iv) the Indian reserves of Chum Creek No. 2, Hustalen No. 1, North Bay No. 5, Okanagan (Part) No. 1, Quaaout No. 1, Salmon River No. 1, Scotch Creek No. 4, Switsemalph and Switsemalph No. 3;
  • (c) those parts of the Thompson-Nicola Regional District comprised of:
    • (i) the Village of Chase;
    • (ii) that part of Subdivision L lying northeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the northwesterly corner of Subdivision D of the Columbia-Shuswap Regional District at approximate latitude 50°34’29”N and longitude 119°39’00”W; thence northwesterly in a straight line to the most southerly corner of Neskonlith Indian Reserve;
    • (iii) that part of Subdivision P lying easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the South Thompson River with the northwesterly production of the southwesterly boundary of Neskonlith Indian Reserve; thence northwesterly along said production to the southerly production of the easterly limit of Subdivision O of the Thompson-Nicola Regional District at approximate latitude 50°45’24”N and longitude 119°48’04”W; thence northerly along said production to the southerly limit of Subdivision O at approximate latitude 50°55’29”N and longitude 119°48’16”W;
    • (iv) Neskonlith Indian Reserve and Sahhaltkum Indian Reserve No. 4; and
  • (d) that part of the Regional District of Central Kootenay comprised of that part of Subdivision K lying westerly of the Columbia River.
21. NORTH VANCOUVER

(Population: 109,639)

Consisting of those parts of the Greater Vancouver Regional District comprised of:

  • (a) the City of North Vancouver;
  • (b) that part of the District Municipality of North Vancouver lying westerly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said district municipality with the western bank of the Seymour River; thence generally southerly along said bank to the northerly boundary of Seymour Creek Indian Reserve No. 2; thence generally westerly along said boundary to the Mount Seymour Parkway; thence westerly along said parkway to the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 1); thence northwesterly along said highway to Lynn Creek; thence generally southerly along said creek to the westerly limit of said district municipality;
  • (c) that part of Subdivision A lying easterly of the Capilano River and westerly of the Indian River and Indian Arm, passing to the east of Croker Island; and
  • (d) Mission Indian Reserve No. 1.
22. PITT MEADOWS—MAPLE RIDGE

(Population: 94,111)

Consisting of:

  • (a) that part of the Fraser Valley Regional District comprised of that part of Subdivision F lying westerly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the easterly limit of said subdivision at approximate latitude 49°27’22”N and approximate longitude 122°08’46”W; thence westerly in a straight line to the northern shoreline of Stave Lake at approximate latitude 49°27’34”N and longitude 122°13’09”W; thence generally southerly along said lake to the northeasterly corner of the District Municipality of Mission; and
  • (b) that part of the Greater Vancouver Regional District comprised of:
    • (i) the City of Pitt Meadows;
    • (ii) Katzie Indian Reserve No. 1, Langley Indian Reserve No. 5 and Whonnock Indian Reserve No. 1;
    • (iii) the District Municipality of Maple Ridge.
23. PORT MOODY—COQUITLAM

(Population: 108,326)

Consisting of those parts of the Greater Vancouver Regional District comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the City of Coquitlam lying southerly of Highway No. 7A (Barnet Highway, Lougheed Highway);
  • (b) the City of Port Moody;
  • (c) Coquitlam Indian Reserve No. 1;
  • (d) the villages of Anmore and Belcarra; and
  • (e) those parts of Subdivision A comprised of:
    • (i) that part on the north shoreline of Burrard Inlet within the City of Port Moody;
    • (ii) Boulder Island.
24. PRINCE GEORGE—PEACE RIVER— NORTHERN ROCKIES

(Population: 107,382)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality;
  • (b) the Peace River Regional District; and
  • (c) those parts of the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George comprised of:
    • (i) that part of the City of Prince George lying northerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with the Nechako River; thence generally southeasterly along said river to the Cariboo Highway (Highway No. 97); thence southerly along said highway to Massey Drive; thence northeasterly along said drive and Winnipeg Street to 15th Avenue; thence easterly along said avenue and Patricia Boulevard to the Queensway; thence southerly along the Queensway to Patricia Boulevard; thence generally easterly along said boulevard and its production to Yellowhead Highway (Highway No. 16); thence southeasterly along said highway to the Fraser River; thence generally southerly along said river to the southerly limit of said city;
    • (ii) the District Municipality of Mackenzie;
    • (iii) the villages of McBride and Valemount;
    • (iv) subdivisions A, D, F, G and H;
    • (v) Fort George (Shelly) Indian Reserve No. 2.
25. RICHMOND CENTRE

(Population: 93,863)

Consisting of that part of the City of Richmond lying westerly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with the Oak Street Bridge (Highway No. 99); thence southeasterly along said bridge and Highway No. 99 (Fraser-Delta Thruway) to Cambie Road; thence westerly along said road to No. 4 Road; thence southerly along No. 4 Road to Westminster Highway; thence westerly along said highway to No. 3 Road; thence southerly along said road to Steveston Highway; thence westerly along said highway and its production to the westerly limit of said city.

26. SAANICH—ESQUIMALT—JUAN DE FUCA

(Population: 113,004)

Consisting of those parts of the Capital Regional District comprised of:

  • (a) the district municipalities of Esquimalt, Metchosin and Sooke;
  • (b) the City of Colwood;
  • (c) the Town of View Royal;
  • (d) Esquimalt Indian Reserve, New Songhees Indian Reserve No. 1A, T’Sou-ke Indian Reserve and Becher Bay Indian Reserve No. 1;
  • (e) those parts of Subdivision H (Part 1) described as follows:
    • (i) that part lying easterly of the centre of Squally Reach and northerly of the district municipalities of Highlands and Saanich;
    • (ii) that part lying southerly of the district municipalities of Sooke and Metchosin and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the southerly intersection of the eastern limit of the District Municipality of Esquimalt with the western limit of the City of Victoria; thence southerly along the western limit of said city to the southwesternmost point of said limit located westerly of Ogden Point; thence southerly in a straight line to the limit of said subdivision at approximate latitude 48°15’00”N and longitude 123°25’49”W;
    • (iii) that part lying westerly of the District Municipality of Sooke; and
  • (f) that part of the District Municipality of Saanich lying westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said district municipality with Patricia Bay Highway (Highway No. 17); thence southerly along said highway to Quadra Street; thence southeasterly and generally southerly along said street to Cook Street; thence southeasterly along said street to the southerly limit of said district municipality.
27. SAANICH—GULF ISLANDS

(Population: 104,285)

Consisting of those parts of the Capital Regional District comprised of:

  • (a) the Town of Sidney;
  • (b) the district municipalities of North Saanich and Central Saanich;
  • (c) subdivisions F and G;
  • (d) that part of the District Municipality of Saanich lying easterly, northerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said district municipality with Patricia Bay Highway (Highway No. 17); thence southerly along said highway to Quadra Street; thence southeasterly and generally southerly along said street to Cook Street; thence southeasterly along said street to the southerly limit of said district municipality; thence generally easterly, southerly and easterly along said limit to Shelbourne Street; thence northerly along said street to McKenzie Avenue; thence easterly and southeasterly along said avenue to Finnerty Road; thence northeasterly along said road to Arbutus Road; thence northerly along said road to Hollydene Place; thence northeasterly and northwesterly to the end of said place; thence northeasterly in a straight line to the easterly limit of said district municipality at approximate latitude 48°28’38”N and longitude 123°18’02”W;
  • (e) the Indian reserves of Cole Bay No. 3, East Saanich No. 2, South Saanich No. 1 and Union Bay No. 4; and
  • (f) that part of Subdivision H (Part 1) lying northwesterly of a line described as follows: commencing at a point on the westerly limit of said subdivision located at approximate latitude 48°28’38”N and longitude 123°18’02”W; thence northeasterly in a straight line to the northerly limit of said subdivision located at approximate latitude 48°30’12”N and longitude 123°16’13”W.
28. SKEENA—BULKLEY VALLEY

(Population: 90,586)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Stikine Region;
  • (b) the regional districts of Kitimat-Stikine and Skeena-Queen Charlotte;
  • (c) the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako, excepting: the District Municipality of Vanderhoof; Subdivision F; Laketown Indian Reserve No. 3 and Stony Creek Indian Reserve No. 1; and
  • (d) those parts of the Regional District of Central Coast comprised of:
    • (i) subdivisions C, D and E; Bella Coola Indian Reserve No. 1;
    • (ii) that part of Subdivision A lying northerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the most westerly intersection of the easterly limit of said regional district with 52o00’N latitude; thence west along said latitude to Fisher Channel; thence generally southerly along said channel, Fitz Hugh Sound, the South Passage and Queen Charlotte Sound to the southerly limit of said subdivision.
29. SOUTH OKANAGAN—WEST KOOTENAY

(Population: 112,096)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary;
  • (b) that part of the Regional District of Central Kootenay comprised of:
    • (i) the City of Castlegar;
    • (ii) the villages of New Denver, Silverton, Slocan and Nakusp;
    • (iii) subdivisions H, I and J;
    • (iv) that part of Subdivision K lying easterly of the Columbia River; and
  • (c) those parts of the Regional District of OkanaganSimilkameen comprised of:
    • (i) the City of Penticton;
    • (ii) the towns of Oliver and Osoyoos;
    • (iii) subdivisions A, C, D and E;
    • (iv) those parts of Subdivision F described as follows:
      • (A) commencing at the intersection of the easterly boundary of Penticton Indian Reserve No. 1 with the southerly limit of the District Municipality of Summerland; thence generally easterly along the limit of said district municipality to a point at approximate latitude 49°33’28”N and longitude 119°38’08”W; thence due east to the easterly limit of said subdivision; thence southerly along the easterly limit of said subdivision to the easterly boundary of Penticton Indian Reserve No. 1; thence generally northerly along said boundary to the point of commencement;
      • (B) that part surrounded by Penticton Indian Reserve No. 1;
    • (v) Penticton Indian Reserve No. 1 and Osoyoos Indian Reserve No. 1.
30. SOUTH SURREY—WHITE ROCK

(Population: 94,678)

Consisting of those parts of the Greater Vancouver Regional District comprised of:

  • (a) the City of White Rock;
  • (b) that part of the City of Surrey lying southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with Highway No. 10 (58th Avenue); thence easterly along said highway (58th Avenue and 56th Avenue) to 192nd Street; thence southerly along said street to 56th Avenue; thence generally easterly along said avenue to the easterly limit of said city; and
  • (c) Semiahmoo Indian Reserve.
31. STEVESTON—RICHMOND EAST

(Population: 96,610)

Consisting of that part of the City of Richmond lying easterly and southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with the Oak Street Bridge (Highway No. 99); thence southeasterly along said bridge and Highway No. 99 (Fraser-Delta Thruway) to Cambie Road; thence westerly along said road to No. 4 Road; thence southerly along No. 4 Road to Westminster Highway; thence westerly along said highway to No. 3 Road; thence southerly along said road to Steveston Highway; thence westerly along said highway and its production to the westerly limit of said city.

32. SURREY CENTRE

(Population: 111,486)

Consisting of that part of the City of Surrey lying northerly and westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with 88th Avenue; thence generally easterly along said avenue to 148th Street; thence northerly along said street to 100th Avenue; thence easterly along said avenue to 152nd Street; thence northerly along said street to the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway No. 1); thence generally northwesterly along said highway to the northerly limit of said city.

33. SURREY—NEWTON

(Population: 105,183)

Consisting of that part of the City of Surrey described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the westerly limit of said city with 88th Avenue; thence generally easterly along said avenue to 144th Street; thence southerly along said street to Highway No. 10 (56th Avenue); thence generally westerly along said highway (56th Avenue and 58th Avenue) to the westerly limit of said city; thence northerly along said limit to the point of commencement.

34. VANCOUVER CENTRE

(Population: 102,480)

Consisting of that part of the City of Vancouver described as follows: commencing at the southwesterly corner of the City of North Vancouver; thence southerly along a straight line drawn to the intersection of Coal Harbour Seawalk with Waterfront Road West; thence southerly in a straight line to Cambie Street; thence southerly along said street to Dunsmuir Street; thence southeasterly and easterly along Dunsmuir Street to Main Street; thence southerly along said street to 2nd Avenue East; thence westerly along said avenue to 2nd Avenue West; thence westerly and southwesterly along said avenue to 6th Avenue West; thence westerly along said avenue to 4th Avenue West; thence northwesterly and westerly along said avenue to Arbutus Street; thence northerly and northeasterly along said street to McNicoll Avenue; thence easterly along said avenue to Maple Street; thence northerly along said street and its production to the southern shoreline of English Bay; thence N45°00’W in a straight line to the westerly limit of the City of Vancouver; thence northerly, easterly and southeasterly along the westerly and northerly limits of said city to the point of commencement.

35. VANCOUVER EAST

(Population: 110,097)

Consisting of that part of the City of Vancouver lying easterly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the southwesterly corner of the City of North Vancouver; thence southerly along a straight line drawn to the intersection of Coal Harbour Seawalk with Waterfront Road West; thence southerly in a straight line to Cambie Street; thence southerly along said street to Dunsmuir Street; thence southeasterly and easterly along Dunsmuir Street to Main Street; thence southerly along said street to 2nd Avenue East; thence westerly along said avenue to Ontario Street; thence southerly along said street to 16th Avenue East; thence easterly along said avenue to Knight Street; thence northerly along said street to 15th Avenue East; thence easterly along said avenue and its production to 16th Avenue East; thence easterly along said avenue to Victoria Drive; thence northerly along said drive to 15th Avenue East; thence easterly along said avenue and its intermittent production to Nanaimo Street; thence northerly along said street to Grandview Highway South; thence easterly along said highway and Grandview Highway to the easterly limit of the City of Vancouver.

36. VANCOUVER GRANVILLE

(Population: 99,886)

Consisting of that part of the City of Vancouver described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of said city with the southerly production of Cambie Street; thence northerly along said production and Cambie Street to 41st Avenue West; thence easterly along said avenue and 41st Avenue East to Main Street; thence northerly along said street to 16th Avenue East; thence westerly along said avenue to Ontario Street; thence northerly along said street to 2nd Avenue West; thence westerly and southwesterly along said avenue to 6th Avenue West; thence westerly along said avenue to 4th Avenue West; thence northwesterly and westerly along said avenue to Arbutus Street; thence southerly along said street to 37th Avenue West; thence easterly along said avenue to the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence southerly and southeasterly along said railway to the southerly production of Granville Street; thence southerly along said production to the southerly limit of said city; thence generally easterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

37. VANCOUVER ISLAND NORTH— COMOX—POWELL RIVER

(Population: 103,458)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the regional districts of Mount Waddington and Strathcona;
  • (b) the Powell River Regional District, excepting Subdivision E;
  • (c) that part of the Central Coast Regional District lying southerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the westernmost intersection of the easterly limit of said regional district with 52o00’N latitude; thence west along said latitude to Fisher Channel; thence generally southerly along said channel, Fitz Hugh Sound, the South Passage and Queen Charlotte Sound to the southerly limit of said regional district; and
  • (d) those parts of the Comox Valley Regional District comprised of:
    • (i) the Town of Comox;
    • (ii) subdivisions B (Lazo North) and C (Puntledge-Black Creek);
    • (iii) Pentledge Indian Reserve No. 2 and Comox Indian Reserve No. 1.
38. VANCOUVER KINGSWAY

(Population: 102,003)

Consisting of that part of the City of Vancouver described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Grandview Highway with the easterly limit of said city (Boundary Road); thence southerly along said limit (Boundary Road) to Kingsway; thence westerly and northwesterly along Kingsway to Joyce Street; thence southwesterly along said street to 41st Avenue East; thence westerly along said avenue to Main Street; thence northerly along said street to 16th Avenue East; thence easterly along said avenue to Knight Street; thence northerly along said street to 15th Avenue East; thence easterly along said avenue and its production to 16th Avenue East; thence easterly along said avenue to Victoria Drive; thence northerly along said drive to 15th Avenue East; thence easterly along said avenue and its intermittent production to Nanaimo Street; thence northerly along said street to Grandview Highway South; thence easterly along said highway and Grandview Highway to the point of commencement.

39. VANCOUVER QUADRA

(Population: 102,416)

Consisting of those parts of the Greater Vancouver Regional District comprised of:

  • (a) that part of the City of Vancouver lying westerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of said city with the southerly production of Granville Street; thence northerly along said production to the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence northwesterly and northerly along said railway to 37th Avenue West; thence westerly along said avenue to Arbutus Street; thence northerly along said street to McNicoll Avenue; thence easterly along said avenue to Maple Street; thence northerly along said street and its production to the southern shoreline of English Bay; thence N45°00’W in a straight line to the westerly limit of the City of Vancouver;
  • (b) that part of Subdivision A comprised of the University Endowment Lands and the University of British Columbia lying westerly of the westerly limit of the City of Vancouver; and
  • (c) Musqueam Indian Reserve No. 2.
40. VANCOUVER SOUTH

(Population: 100,966)

Consisting of that part of the City of Vancouver lying southerly and easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of said city (Boundary Road) with Kingsway; thence westerly and northwesterly along Kingsway to Joyce Street; thence southwesterly along said street to 41st Avenue East; thence westerly along said avenue and 41st Avenue West to Cambie Street; thence southerly along said street and its southerly production to the southerly limit of said city.

41. VICTORIA

(Population: 110,942)

Consisting of those parts of the Capital Regional District comprised of:

  • (a) the City of Victoria;
  • (b) the District Municipality of Oak Bay;
  • (c) that part of the District Municipality of Saanich lying easterly and southerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the southerly limit of said district municipality with Shelbourne Street; thence northerly along said street to McKenzie Avenue; thence easterly and southeasterly along said avenue to Finnerty Road; thence northeasterly along said road to Arbutus Road; thence northerly along said road to Hollydene Place; thence northeasterly and northwesterly to the end of said place; thence northeasterly in a straight line to the easterly limit of said district municipality at approximate latitude 48°28’38”N and longitude 123°18’02”W; and
  • (d) those parts of Subdivision H (Part 1) comprised of:
    • (i) that part lying southeasterly of a line described as follows: commencing at a point on the westerly limit of said subdivision located at approximate latitude 48°28’38”N and longitude 123°18’02”W; thence northeasterly in a straight line to the northerly limit of said subdivision located at approximate latitude 48°30’12”N and longitude 123°16’13”W;
    • (ii) that part lying easterly of a line described as follows: commencing at the southerly intersection of the eastern limit of the District Municipality of Esquimalt with the western limit of the City of Victoria; thence southerly along the western limit of the City of Victoria to the southwesternmost point of said limit located westerly of Ogden Point; thence southerly in a straight line to the southerly limit of said subdivision at approximate latitude 48°15’00”N and longitude 123°25’49”W.
42. WEST VANCOUVER—SUNSHINE COAST— SEA TO SKY COUNTRY

(Population: 112,875)

Consisting of:

  • (a) the Sunshine Coast Regional District;
  • (b) that part of the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District comprised of: the Resort Municipality of Whistler; the Village of Pemberton; subdivisions C and D; the District Municipality of Squamish; and
  • (c) that part of the Greater Vancouver Regional District lying westerly and northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said regional district with the Capilano River; thence generally southerly along said river to the northerly limit of the District Municipality of West Vancouver; thence easterly and generally southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said district municipality to the northerly boundary of Capilano Indian Reserve No. 5; thence generally easterly and southwesterly along the northerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the northerly limit of the City of Vancouver; thence generally westerly and southerly along the limit of said city to the northerly limit of said city in English Bay; thence westerly along said limit and its production to the southwesterly limit of said regional district.