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Encyclopedia > Mount Royal (electoral district)

Mount Royal is the name of a federal electoral district in Quebec, Canada. Its population is 98,346. (2001)


Its official name in French is Mont-Royal.


Geography

The district includes the former City of Côte-Saint-Luc, the former Towns of Mount Royal and Hampstead, the neighbourhood of Snowdon and the western part of the neighbourhood of Côte-des-Neiges in the City of Montreal.


History

The electoral district was created in 1924 from Jacques-Cartier and Westmount—Saint-Henri. It should be noted that the electoral district was actually abolished twice since 1924, in 1966 and in 1987, however the district to replace it kept the same name and incumbent both times.


List of members:

  1. Robert Smeaton White, Conservative (1925-1935)
  2. William Allen Walsh, Conservative (1935-1940)
  3. Frederick Primrose Whitman, Liberal (1940-1949)
  4. Alan Macnaughton, Liberal (1949-1965)
  5. Pierre Trudeau, Liberal (1965-1984)
  6. Sheila Finestone, Liberal (1984-1999)
  7. Irwin Cotler, Liberal (1999-present)

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Mount Royal, Quebec - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1184 words)
Mount Royal is a town located on the northwest side of Mount Royal, north of downtown Montreal, on the Island of Montreal in southwestern Quebec, Canada.
Mount Royal has always been an upper-class community, and until the 1960s its population was almost exclusively anglophone and largely of English or Scottish ancestry.
Mount Royal was re-established as a town on January 1, 2006.
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