Riding Profile:Riding northeast of Quebec City. Valcartier base and Wendake reserve are in the riding.
Language Breakdown: per cent mother tongue - single answers
Anglo: 2.5 per cent
Franco: 96.6 per cent
Allo: 0.9 per cent
The electoral division of Chauveau comprises the following municipalities: Lac-Beauport, Lac-Delage, Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier, Shannon and the united townships of Stoneham and Tewkesbury.
It also contains that part of Quebec City bounded by: the boundary of Quebec City with the municipality of Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier, the united townships of Stoneham and Tewkesbury, the Ville de Lac-Delage, and the municipality of Lac-Beauport, the boundary of the towns of Charlesbourg and Beauport, the rivière des Roches, the extension of the rue Saint-Aubert, Notre-Dame avenue, the avenue du Zoo, the rue de la Faune, the boundary of Charlesbourg and Saint-Émile with Quebec City, the boundary of Loretteville with Quebec and Val-Bélair and finally the boundary of the towns of Quebec and Val-Bélair.
Also in the riding are: the First Nation reserve of Wendake and the hamlet of Étape.
Riding first existed in 1966 election.
1995 REF: YES - 53.87 per cent NO - 46.13 per cent
Redistribution:Riding created in 1965 from part of riding of Quebec County.
and lost 3,116 electors to Portneuf.
In 2001 redistribution:
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