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This northern riding lies north of the St. Mary's River, which is also the boundary between Canada and the United States in the area.
The northern and western boundaries stretch out to Sault Ste. Marie's municipal limits. The eastern boundary is Black Road.
Algoma University College and Sault Ste. Marie Airport are included in this riding.
Population: 88,869 (2011 census; a decrease of 0.2% since 2006)
Liberal David Orazietti has won by a comfortable margin in the last three general elections. In 2011, he beat New Democrat Celia Ross by 7,072 votes.
In 2007, he bested the NDP's Jeff Arbus by 10,841 votes. In 2003, Orazietti beat New Democrat Tony Martin by 8,670 votes.
Martin was first elected in 1990 and was re-elected in 1995 and 1999. He resigned the position in December 2000 to protest Mike Harris's government's inaction on poverty issues, but ran again in 2003.
2011 Provincial Election Results
The boundaries of this riding have changed since the last census, so accurate current demographic information is unavailable.