London North Centre (formerly known as London—Adelaide) is an electoral district in the province of Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the Canadian House of Commons since 1997, and in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario since 1951.
Its population in 2006 was 115,250 and the average family income was $71,995.
|Population density (people per km²)||1682.4|
Ethnic groups: 86.8% White, 2.0% Chinese, 1.9% Black, 1.8% South Asian, 1.7% Aboriginal, 1.2% Southeast Asian, 1.1% Arab
Languages: 79.8% English, 1.4% French, 18.0% Other
Religions: 38.5% Protestant, 27.3% Catholic, 22.6% No religion, 3.0% Muslim, 2.8% Other Christian, 2.2% Christian Orthodox, 1.1% Jewish
Average income: $31,174
|London East and London—Middlesex prior to 1996|
The election result presents a major breakthrough for the Green Party, tripling its previous showing in the general election and placing slightly ahead of the candidate of the governing Conservative party. The vote for party leader Elizabeth May was over five times the 4.5% national popular vote in the preceding federal election.
^ Conservative change is from combined Canadian Alliance and Progressive Conservative totals.
^ Canadian Alliance change is from Reform
London North has elected the following members of the Ontario Legislature:
|Ontario electoral reform referendum, 2007|
|First Past the Post||26700||59.7%|
|Mixed member proportional||18003||40.3%|
|Ontario general election, 2003|
|Party||Candidate||Votes||%|| style="width: 40px"|
|Progressive Conservative||Dianne Cunningham||13,460||28.92||-11.29|
|New Democrat||Rebecca Coulter||11,414||24.53||-11.93|
|Green||Bronagh Joyce Morgan||780||1.68||+0.88|
|Family Coalition||Craig Smith||432||0.93||-0.09|
|Ontario general election, 1999|
|Progressive Conservative||Dianne Cunningham||18,320||40.21|
|New Democrat||Marion Boyd||16,611||36.46|
|Family Coalition||Andrew Jezierski||466||1.02|
|Natural Law||Stephen Porter||120||0.26|
Elections Canada: Offices of Returning Officers for By-elections in Repentigny and London North Centre Open to Public
Oct 23, 2006; OTTAWA, ONTARIOCCNMatthews - Oct. 23, 2006) - The Chief Electoral Officer of Canada, Jean-Pierre Kingsley, announced today that...
Last Day for Potential Candidates to File Nomination Papers for By- elections in Repentigny and London North Centre
Nov 02, 2006; OTTAWA, ONTARIOCCNMatthews - Nov. 2, 2006) - Elections Canada reminds potential candidates that nomination papers for the Monday,...