Incumbent: Andy Iwanchuk (NDP)
SASK - Saskatchewan Party, NDP - New Democratic Party, LIB - Liberal Party, GRN - Green Party, WIP - Western Independence Party, PC - Progressive Conservative Party, MAR - Marijuana Party
Constituency profile: This area in west-central Saskatoon is primarily residential with single-family dwellings, and includes a cluster of retail businesses in the area of 22nd Street and Confederation Drive. The constituency is bounded by 37th Street and Wedge Road on the north, Confederation Drive and Fairlight Drive on the east, the Canadian Pacific Railway on the south, and the Saskatoon city limits on the west.Population: 17,043
The boundaries were changed prior to the 2003 election, incorporating one poll previously in Saskatoon Mount Royal.
MLA Andy Iwanchuk won this seat twice in 2003, first in a March byelection and then the provincial election in November. The seat became vacant after incumbent Chris Axworthy chose to resign. Axworthy held the cabinet portfolios of justice, aboriginal affairs, and intergovernmental Affairs.
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