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ⓘ Cape Breton-Richmond




Cape Breton-Richmond
                                     

ⓘ Cape Breton-Richmond

Cape Breton-Richmond is a provincial electoral district in Nova Scotia, Canada, that elects one member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly.

The replacement of the former Richmond-Cape Breton West, it was established in 1933, when the counties of Cape Breton and Richmond were divided into three new electoral districts. In 1992 it was renamed Richmond. In 2013, on the recommendation of the election Commission of the border, the area was renamed Cape Breton-Richmond, accumulated in Port Hawkesbury from Inverness, and extended to the northeast to include the area East of East Bay and West of the Mira river until Morley road from Cape Breton West.

                                     
  • in 1933 when the district of Cape Breton was divided into five electoral districts, one of which was named Cape Breton East. In 2001, the district name
  • 1968 election, MacInnis represented Cape Breton - East Richmond one of the ridings which replaced the Cape Breton South electoral district in a boundary
  • in 1996 from parts of Cape Breton - The Sydneys, Cape Breton - East Richmond and Cape Breton Highlands - Canso ridings. Cape Breton - Canso is the only adjacent
  • Cape Breton Regional Council is the governing body for the Cape Breton Regional Municipality in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. Cecil Clarke wins
  • The Cape Breton and Central Nova Scotia Railway reporting mark CBNS is a short line railway operating in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. CBNS

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