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ⓘ Nickel Belt (provincial electoral district)




Nickel Belt (provincial electoral district)
                                     

ⓘ Nickel Belt (provincial electoral district)

Nickel Belt is a provincial electoral district located in the Canadian province of Ontario. It elects one member to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. The district is located in Northern Ontario and includes much of the eastern and southern parts of the District of Sudbury, as well as most of Greater Sudbury outside the citys urban core. Communities include Lively, Onaping, Levack, Dowling, Chelmsford, Naughton, Azilda, Coniston, Wahnapitae, Garson, Val Caron, Val Therese, Hanmer and Capreol.

                                     
  • Canadian federal election. Due to the 2001 census, Canada s 301 electoral districts increased to 308 as of April 1, 2004. Boundary changes took effect
  • correspond to the federal districts that were in place before the 2004 adjustment. Ontario had separate provincial electoral districts prior to 1999. The following
  • passed legislation which realigned provincial electoral districts to match the boundaries in use for federal districts accordingly, the 37th Assembly had
  • The federal electoral redistribution of 2012 was a redistribution of electoral districts ridings in Canada following the results of the 2011 Canadian
  • independent candidates also received votes. The Electoral Boundaries Act, 2015 increased the number of electoral districts from 107 to 122, following the boundaries
  • won t seek re - election Hamilton Spectator Anchorman acclaimed as Nickel Belt s Liberal candidate Sudbury Star Whiting vows to stay the course as
  • federal seats in Ontario. By the time the writs were dropped for the 1995 provincial election, it was obvious that the NDP would not be reelected. The Liberal
  • Sudbury electoral district represented in the House of Commons of Canada by Paul Lefebvre of the Liberal Party of Canada, and the provincial constituency

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