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ⓘ Etobicoke North (provincial electoral district)




Etobicoke North (provincial electoral district)
                                     

ⓘ Etobicoke North (provincial electoral district)

Etobicoke North is a provincial electoral district in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It elects one member to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.

It was created in 1999 from parts of Etobicoke - Rexdale and Etobicoke - Humber. At that time it included all of Etobicoke North of a line following the 401 to Dixon road to Royal York road and the street La Rosa. In 2007, the southern border was altered to follow the path of Dixon all the way to the Humber river.

                                     
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  • Canada in 1990, first settling in Winnipeg. He was the NDP candidate in Etobicoke North in the 2015 federal election, and has worked as a constituency assistant
  • redistributed electoral district He was elected a city controller on the Etobicoke City Council in 1982. He attempted a return to the provincial legislature