Riding Profile:Riding is south of Quebec City - Heartland - Rural - small towns.
Language Breakdown: per cent mother tongue - single answers
Anglo: 0.5 per cent
Franco: 99.5 per cent
Allo: 0.2 per cent
Beauce-Nord contains the following municipalities: Beauceville, Frampton, St-Alfred, Sts-Anges, St-Bernard, St-Elzéar, St-Frédéric, Ste-Hénédine, St-Isidore, St-Joseph-de-Beauce, St-Joseph-des-érables, St-Jules, St-Lambert-de-Lauzon, Ste-Marguerite, Ste-Marie, St-Odilon-de-Cranbourne, St-Séverin, St-Victor, Scott, Tring-Jonction and Vallée-Jonction.
Riding first existed in 1973 election.
1973 - LIB
1995 REF: NO - 54.27 per cent; YES - 45.73 per cent
Redistribution:Riding was created from parts of Beauce, Dorchester and Lévis ridings.
In redistribution before 1989 election, some of old riding lost to Chutes-de-la-Chaudière and Lévis ridings.
In 2001 redistribution, kept all existing riding; added six per cent of Chutes-de-la-Chaudière; gained paroisse de Saint-Lambert-de-Lauzon; (3,501 electors) from southern part of Chutes-de-la-Chaudière riding.
Political History:[2003 = 91 per cent BEAUCE-NORD; nine per cent CHUTES-DE-LA-CHAUDIÈRE]
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