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London North Centre (provincial electoral district)

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MPP  Deb Matthews Liberal
First contested  1999
Population (2011)  117,899
Census divisions  Middlesex County, London
District created  1996
Last contested  2014
Elector  94,684
London North Centre (provincial electoral district)
Legislature  Legislative Assembly of Ontario

London North Centre is an electoral district in the province of Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario since 1999. London North Centre was created from London North to match the federal riding in 1996.

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Its population in 2006 was 115,250 and the average family income was $71,995.

Demographics

According to the Canada 2001 Census

Ethnic groups: 86.8% White, 2.0% Chinese, 1.9% Black, 1.8% South Asian, 1.7% Aboriginal, 1.2% Southeast Asian, 1.1% Arab
Languages: 79.8% English, 1.4% French, 18.0% Other
Religions: 38.5% Protestant, 27.3% Catholic, 22.6% No religion, 3.0% Muslim, 2.8% Other Christian, 2.2% Christian Orthodox, 1.1% Jewish
Average income: $31,174

Geography

It consists of the part of the City of London east of Wonderland Road North and Wharncliffe Road, north of Oxford Street West and the Thames River and west of Highbury Avenue North. The district includes the University of Western Ontario and Victoria, University, and St. Joseph's Hospitals. Wonderland Road, Oxford Street, Wharncliffe Road, and south branch of the Thames River form its western boundary with the district of London West, Highbury Avenue and the south branch of the Thames its eastern and southern boundaries with London—Fanshawe, and the north city limit its boundary with Lambton—Kent—Middlesex riding to the north.

Members of Provincial Parliament

This riding has elected the following members of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario:

References

London North Centre (provincial electoral district) Wikipedia


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