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This central Ontario riding takes in the area south of Lake Simcoe and straddles Highway 400 south of Barrie. It contains the towns of East Gwillimbury and Georgina, the part of King Township lying north of Highway 9, and part of Simcoe County, including Bradford West Gwillimbury and Innisfil.
The Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation Reserve and the Holland Marsh fall in the riding.
This was a new riding prior to the 2007 election. It incorporated 55 per cent of York North and 44 per cent of Barrie-Simcoe-Bradford, with a sliver of Simcoe-Grey.
Population: 120,371 (2006 census; an increase of 7.0% since 2001)
Progressive Conservative Julia Munro won by a wide margin in 2011, beating Liberal Gloria Reszler by more than 10,000 votes to continue a streak of wins that stretches back to 1995.
Munro won by 6,388 votes over Liberal John Gilbank in the 2007 election. Munro was first elected in 1995 in the former Durham-York riding.
She was re-elected in 1999 after redistribution to the newly formed York North riding, and re-elected in 2003 by a margin of 3,463 votes over Liberal John Taylor.
After the 1999 redistribution created Barrie-Simcoe-Bradford, Tory Joe Tascona (the incumbent for Simcoe Centre) captured nearly twice as many votes as his nearest rival, Liberal Maura Bolger. In 2003, Tascona beat Liberal Mike Ramsay by about 9,500 votes.
2011 Provincial Election Results
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Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census