Shediac - Cap-Pelé (17)
District Profile:This district on the coast of southeastern N.B. has tourism and fishing as the main industries. Includes the town of Shediac (in northwest), village of Cap-Pelé (in northeast) and parts of parishes of Botsford, Shediac and Moncton. The Greater Moncton Industrial Park is also here.
From Elections New Brunswick:
17 Shediac - Cap-Pelé (874 kb - PDF)
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LIB: 1999, 1995.
Redistribution:In 2006 redistribution, Shediac - Cap-Pelé lost the area northwest of Shediac, transferring it to Kent-South. It also lost part of the areas of Scoudouc and Scoudouc Road, transferring them to the district of Memramcook-Lakeville-Dieppe. The district's total population is 14,068.
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