This is a largely urban district that includes Montague (pop. 2,000), the island's third-largest urban centre after greater Charlottetown and Summerside. The boundaries were expanded for the 2007 redistribution, incorporating part of the former Murray River-Gaspareaux riding.
Montague is the business and institutional hub of Kings County, and a number of government regional service offices are located there. Attractions include the Buffaloland Provincial Park, which is home to bison and white deer.
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- Updated: Nov 29, 2007, 02:25 AST
- P.E.I. tide paints province Liberal red
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