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Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for New Brunswick, 2003

Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for New Brunswick, 2003

disposition by the Commission pursuant to subsection 23(1) of the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act of objections filed by memebers of the House of Commons with respect to the Commission"s report dated January 10, 2003.

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Published by Elections Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesCommission de délimitation des circonsciptions électorales fédérales pour le Nouveau-Brunswick, 2003 :
ContributionsRichard, Guy A, chairman., Canada. Office of the Chief Electoral Officer., Elections Canada., Electoral Boundaries Commission for New Brunswick (Canada)
The Physical Object
Pagination9, 10 p.
Number of Pages10
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19086467M

The Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission is proposing revisions to eight of Nova Scotia's 11 ridings. The commission has given its report redrawing the province's federal electoral map to the.   New federal electoral maps finalized for Quebec, B.C., Saskatchewan Open this photo in gallery: The House of Commons is pictured on April 9, on Parliament Hill in Ottawa.

An independent commission has released its final report on the new electoral boundaries for the province, which includes at least one decision that could lead to a legal challenge. The commission operates under the terms of New Brunswick's Electoral Boundaries and Representation Act. Biographical information on the six individuals: Annise Hebert Hollies (Co-chair): Having served as Chief Electoral Officer and Municipal Electoral Officer until her retirement in , Hollies brings more than 30 years of electoral.

The Manitoba Electoral Divisions Boundaries Commission meets every 10 years to review boundaries under the authority of The Electoral Divisions Act. The review is now complete. New boundaries come into effect for the October general election. Any byelection held before will use current () boundaries. Electoral Division Search. When will the new boundaries take effect? After the Electoral Boundaries and Representation Commission filed its final report in June, the Lieutenant-Governor in Council made a regulation prescribing the boundary description and name for each of the electoral districts. The new boundaries would be used for the provincial general election of


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Acadie—Bathurst (formerly Gloucester) is a federal electoral district in New Brunswick, Canada, that has been represented in the House of Commons of Canada since Untilthe riding was largely held by the Liberal Party thanks to strong support from the francophone Acadian population.

There is also a notable Red Tory tendency in the riding that enabled the former Progressive First contested: Get this from a library.

Report of the Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for New Brunswick = Rapport de la Commission de délimitation des circonscriptions électorales fédérales pour le Nouveau-Brunswick.

[Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for New Brunswick. Northumberland (later known as Northumberland-Miramichi) was a federal electoral district in New Brunswick, Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from to It was replaced by Miramichi riding, which has been represented in the House of Commons since Its population in Miramichi is named for the river and city of the same ct abolished: Get this from a library.

Report of the Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for the Province of New Brunswick, [Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for the Province of New Brunswick (Canada)] -- The Census established New Brunswick's population atUnder the rules prescribed by the Act, the provincial electoral quota must be calculated by dividing the.

Proposed electoral boundaries map. New Brunswick’s Electoral Boundaries and Representation Commission released a preliminary report on Jan.

17 that designed a new riding map. [52] Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act, R.S. c. E‑3, s. 3(1). Inthe Federal Court of Canada ruled that the Electoral Boundaries Commission for New Brunswick had incorrectly applied the rules governing the establishment of boundaries with respect to two ridings in (Raîche v.

Canada (Attorney General), FC ). The Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for New Brunswick was established by proclamation on Apunder subsection 3(1) of the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act. In its final report ofthe Commission recommended that part of the Parish of Allardville and part of the Parish of Bathurst be transferred from.

Towards a New Electoral Map for New Brunswick Introduction TheNewBrunswick Legislature has had 58seats since Theelectoral districts werelastredrawn in The Representation and Bectoral Districts Bounda­ ries Commission adjusted boundaries and divided each multiple member constituency into a nwnberof single member districts.

Formation and Composition of the Commission The Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for the Province of New Brunswick (“the Commission”) was established in Februarypursuant to the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act, R.S.C. c. E-3 (“the Act”). Final Report of the Representation and Electoral Boundaries Commission (Adobe file MB) Proposed Electoral Districts, Brief Descriptions (Adobe file MB) Towards a New Electoral Map for New Brunswick, First Report of the Representation and Electoral Boundaries Commission.

Note: To view a digital interactive version of the electoral map click on the above link. The viewer allows you to zoom in and out on the electoral districts using your mouse or the + and – symbols on the screen. You can determine the location of a specific address by entering the civic number, street name of the community in the search bar located at the top right-hand corner of the screen.

Get this from a library. Report of the Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for the Province of New Brunswick, [Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for the Province of New Brunswick (Canada),] -- The Census established New Brunswick's population atUnder the rules prescribed by the Act, the provincial electoral quota must be calculated by dividing the.

Fundy Royal (formerly known as Royal from toFundy—Royal from toand Fundy in ) is a federal electoral district in southern New Brunswick, Canada, that has been represented in the House of Commons of Canada since The riding roughly covers the area in between the three largest cities in the province; Fredericton, Saint John and Moncton.

New Brunswick's Electoral Boundaries and Representation Commission released its final report on Ap redrawing constituency lines to cut the number of. An Electoral Framework for the 21st Century: Recommendations from the Chief Electoral Officer of Canada Following the 42nd General Election.

Report on the OctoBy-election in Medicine Hat–Cardston–Warner. Federal electoral district boundaries were last revised following the release of the Census population numbers, which had led to an increase in the number of House of Commons seats from to The representation order that confirmed the new boundaries was made official on Aug He was appointed by the Speaker of the House of Commons to be a member of the federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for British Columbia, and during served as the Director of Research for the BC Citizens’ Assembly on Electoral Reform.

The process of readjusting federal electoral district boundaries to reflect changes and movements in Canada's population has begun. The readjustment (often referred to as "redistribution" and sometimes, particularly in other countries, as "redistricting") takes place, in accordance with the Constitution Act,after each year census.

Saint John—Rothesay (formerly Saint John) is a federal electoral district in southern New Brunswick, its predecessor ridings, St. John—Albert and Saint John—Lancaster, the area has been represented in the House of Commons of Canada since The district has always included the city of Saint John, and various suburbs and bedroom communities have been added or removed from.

electoral districts are identical to those established for federal elections, and there is no provincial redistribution. In all jurisdictions (except Ontario), an independent electoral boundaries commission is established to determine the location of electoral boundaries.

Federally, a separate boundaries commission is established for each province. FREDERICTON, NEW BRUNSWICK--(Marketwired - May 6, ) - The Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for New Brunswick has concluded its work of redrawing the province's federal electoral map.Beauséjour riding (formerly known as Beauséjour—Petitcodiac) is a federal electoral district in eastern New Brunswick, Canada, which has been represented in the House of Commons of Canada since It replaced Westmorland—Kent, which was represented from to Beauséjour is largely Acadian and Francophone, with a significant Anglophone section in the southern section of the.One of the co-chairs of the commission reviewing New Brunswick's provincial election boundaries says substantial changes are going to be needed across the province.