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2018 Election Primer: London North Centre

The 42nd Ontario general election is scheduled to be held on June 7, 2018. Here are the candidates, the demographics, the riding map and where possible, the twitter accounts for the London North Centre (provincial electoral district):

London North Centre

Current representative:

Liberal, Deb Matthews

Matthews took 16,379 (35.98%) of the 45,517 votes in the 2014 election. New Democrat Judy Bryant had 13,853 (30.43%), and Progressive Conservative Nancy Branscombe had 12,016 (26.40%).
Source and full election results: Elections Ontario via Wikipedia

2018 Candidates:

Liberal, Kate Graham
New Democratic Party, Terence Kernaghan
Progressive Conservative, Susan Truppe
Green, Carol Dyck
Libertarian, Calvin McKay


Population (2011): 117,899
Electors (2011): 94,684
Area (km²): 64
Pop. density (per km²): 1,842.2
Census divisions: Middlesex County
Census subdivisions: London

Riding Map:

By Earl Andrew at English Wikipedia – Own work, Public Domain

More detailed map available at the Elections Canada website.

Also from the Elections Canada website, a description of the London-North Centre boundary:

Consisting of that part of the City of London described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the northerly limit of said city with Highbury Avenue North; thence southerly along said avenue to the Canadian National Railway situated southerly of Brydges Street; thence westerly, southwesterly and southeasterly along said railway to the Thames River (South Branch); thence generally westerly along said river to the Canadian National Railway; thence westerly along said railway to the Thames River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to Wonderland Road South; thence generally northerly along said road and Wonderland Road North to the northerly limit of said city; thence northeasterly along said limit to the point of commencement.

Twitter Accounts:

Sorry, no twitter account found for Calvin McKay.

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