Centre-Péninsule - Saint-Sauveur (8)
District Profile:This district is in the notheast part of province. It includes villages of Paquetville and Saint-Isidore, as well as parts of parishes of Saint-Isidore, Inkerman and Caraquet parishes.
According to 1991 census, 96.06% of the population listed French as mother tongue. The average family income was the lowest in the province and ranked second highest for percentage of population with less than Grade 9 education.
From Elections New Brunswick:
08 Centre-Péninsule - Saint-Sauveur (1.95 mb - PDF)
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District History:New district in 1995.
Redistribution:In the 2006 redistribution, Centre-Péninsule - Saint-Sauveur added the community of Saint-Sauveur from Nepisiguit, the community of Baie de Petit-Pokemouche from Lameque-Shippagan-Miscou, and the areas of Pont-Landry and Losier Settlement from Tracadie-Sheila. It lost the community of Burnsville, transferring it to Caraquet. The district's total population is 12,099.
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