Riding Profile:Trendy middle-class Montreal neighbourhoods near Monkland Avenue to working class St-Raymond district south of the tracks.
Language Breakdown: per cent mother tongue - single answers
Anglo: 45.0 per cent
Franco: 27.4 per cent
Allo: 27.6 per cent (4.5 per cent Italian; 2.7 per cent Chinese)
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce riding contains that part of Montreal bounded by: the boundary of the town of Montreal-Ouest with the towns of Côte-Saint-Luc and Montreal, Fielding Avenue, Chemin de la Côte-Saint-Luc, the boundary of the towns of Montreal and Westmount, Ville-Marie autoroute (720), Décarie Expressway (15), Lachine Canal, the boundary of the city of Montreal with the towns of LaSalle and Lachine and finally the limit of the towns of Montreal-Ouest and Lachine.
From Elections Quebec:
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Riding History:Riding first existed in 1966 election.
1939-1963 incl - LIB
1966-1987 Byelection incl - LIB
1989 - EP
1994, 1998, 2003 - LIB
1995 REF: NO - 86.57 per cent YES - 13.43 per cent
Redistribution:Riding created in 1965 redistribution from part of Montreal-Notre-Dame-de-Grâce.
In redistribution before 1989 election, kept all of old riding and added 6.92 per cent of SAINT-HENRI.
In 1992 redistribution, lost part of riding to D'Arcy-McGee and gained part of Westmont that was eliminated.
Political History:[1994 = 87.61 per cent NDG; 12.39 per cent WESTMOUNT]
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