Saint John Harbour (34)
District Profile:The district, unchanged in the 2006 redistribution, contains part of Saint John, including: Saint John Centre; that part of Saint John West, east of properties fronting on east side of city line road and its prolongation northerly to St. John River; that part of Saint John North of Route 1, east of Reversing Falls including Douglas Avenue, Chesley Road (part of Indiantown) and that part of Metcalf Street between Chesley Drive and Albert Street. According to the 1991 census, 81 per cent of dwellings were rented, by far the highest in the province. District also had highest incidence of low-income families in the province.
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District History:Saint John Harbour was created in 1974, and was previously known as Saint John South.
LIB: 2005 byelection.
LIB: 1974 to 1991 incl.
NDP: 1999, 1995, 2003.
Redistribution:District changed substantially in 1995 redistribution.Now consists of: Saint John South, about 6,386 voters become eastern part of this riding; Saint John Harbour, about 3,800 voters remain; that part east of Saint John Harbour in north & city line in south; small areas from Saint John Park and Saint John North. District's total population is 14,076.
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