In 2015, the Ontario Legislature passed the Electoral Boundaries Act, 2015. The act increases the number of provincial ridings in southern Ontario and make them consistent with the new federal electoral boundaries. As a result, there will be 15 new ridings in southern Ontario, mostly in areas that have seen significant population changes, such as Toronto, Peel, York, Durham and Ottawa. At the same time, the existing 11 northern ridings will be maintained to ensure that northern communities continue to have effective representation in the provincial legislature.
The Chief Electoral Officer recommended that Ontario adjust its electoral boundaries.
Since Minister Murray stepped down, feel free to contact our office if you have any questions about the changes from Trinity-Spadina to Spadina-Fort York.
Our office and Minister Murray's staff will work together to provide the services you need.
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