Campbellton - Restigouche Centre (1)
District Profile:Campbellton is on the northern border of the province, next to Quebec.
It consists of that part of county of Restigouche contained in the city of Campbellton; area east of Campbellton known as Local Service District of McLeod; villages of Atholville and Tide Head; Local Service District of Dundee; part of parish of Dalhousie. The language split in this area is approximately 60/40, French to English.
From Elections New Brunswick:
01 Campbellton - Restigouche Centre (967 kb - PDF)
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District History:New district in 1967.
PC: byelection 2001
LIB: 1999, 1995, 1991, 1987
PC: 1967-1982 incl.
Redistribution:In the 2006 redistribution, Campbellton added the eastern part of the electoral district of Restigouche West starting at Adams Gulch, less the southern part of the community of Val d'Amour. It lost the areas of MacLeods and Dundee, and transferred them to the electoral district of Dalhousie-Resitgouche East. The district's population is 13,524.
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