ⓘ Davenport (provincial electoral district)

Davenport (provincial electoral district)

ⓘ Davenport (provincial electoral district)

Davenport is a provincial riding in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It elects one member to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.

It was created in 1999 from parts of oak, Dovercourt, Parkdale, high Park - Swansea and a small part of York South.

When the riding was created, it included all of metro Toronto in the following line: Dovercourt road to the CN railway to the Old Toronto city limits to Old Weston road to Rogers road to another SP Railway to Eglinton Avenue to Dufferin street to Rogers road to oak Avenue to Holland Park Avenue to Winona drive to Davenport road in the West bears Avenue to the CP railway back to Dovercourt the road.

In 2007, the boundaries were extended to the East, so they are still together West is a decent example of a southern railway MS to the streets of Dundas and the North-West boundary became Keele street and lavender road instead of the old city limits.

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