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This sprawling riding in rural eastern Ontario includes the towns of Napanee, Bath, Tweed, Madoc and Bancroft, as well as Amherst Island, Bon Echo Park and Frontenac Provincial Park.
Kingston and Lake Ontario make up part of its southern boundary.
The 2007 redistribution combined parts of Lanark-Carleton and Hastings-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington to form this riding. It includes Frontenac County except Kingston and the Township of Frontenac Islands, the County of Lennox and Addington and the County of Lanark except Mississippi Mills.
Population: 119,617 (2011 census; an increase of 1.9% since 2006)
Progressive Conservative Randy Hillier beat Liberal Bill MacDonald by a vote margin of 9,967 in the 2011 election.
The Tory was first elected into office by an 820-vote margin over Liberal Ian Wilson in the 2007 election.
The Liberals captured the Hastings-Frontenac-Lennox & Addington riding in 1999 as Leona Dombrowsky eked out a victory over PC Harry Danford by less than 2,000 votes.
Dombrowsky tightened her hold on the riding in 2003, defeating PC Barry Gordon by 7,840 votes. Dombrowsky was appointed environment minister in 2003 and became agriculture, food and rural affairs minister in 2005.
Progressive Conservative Norm Sterling was first elected in the riding of Carleton-Grenville (later restructured and renamed Lanark-Carleton) in 1977 and held the riding until it was phased out in 2007. He won re-election that year as the MPP of the new riding of Carleton-Mississippi Mills.
2011 Provincial Election Results
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Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census