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|224/224 polls||Updated: Jun. 13, 2014 1:49 AM EDT|
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This southwestern Ontario riding is made up of the central portions of the city of London. It stretches from the London city limits in the north to the Thames River, Wharncliffe Road and Oxford Street West in the south. The area sits between Highbury Avenue North in the east and Wonderland Road North in the west.
The University of Western Ontario and Victoria and St. Joseph's Hospitals are included in this riding. The two hospitals are among the major medical teaching facilities in southwestern Ontario.
In 1999, London North Centre was created from parts of the old London Centre, London North and a small portion of Middlesex.
Population: 117,899 (2011 census; an increase of 2.3% since 2006)
Liberal Deb Matthews managed to hold onto her seat, winning by 6,539 votes over Progressive Conservative Nancy Branscombe.
Matthews defeated Progressive Conservative Rob Alder in 2007 by a convincing 10,772-vote margin. She also won comfortably in 2003 election, beating out Tory incumbent Diane Cunningham by almost 6,800 votes.
The old riding of London North was in Tory control from 1955 to 1975, with former Premier John Robarts representing the riding for 16 of those years. Liberals controlled the riding for the next 13 years. Cunningham was elected in 1988 and held the seat until Matthews ousted her in 2003.
2011 Provincial Election Results
|FP||Mary Lou Ambrogio||269||0.62|
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Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census
|Freedom Party of Ontario||Salim Mansur|