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Encyclopedia > Yellowhead (electoral district)

Yellowhead is the name of a federal electoral district in Alberta, Canada. Its population is 98,009. (2001)


Geography

The district is in West-central Alberta.


History

The electoral district was created in 1976 from Athabasca, Edmonton West, Peace River, Pembina, Rocky Mountain, and Wetaskiwin.


List of Members:

  1. Joe Clark, Prog. Cons. (1979-1993)
  2. Cliff Breitkruz, Reform (1993-2000)
  3. Rob Merrifield, Canadian Alliance (2000-present)

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Yellowhead (electoral district) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (214 words)
Yellowhead is a federal electoral district in Alberta, Canada, that has been represented in the Canadian House of Commons since 1979.
The district is in west-central Alberta, and represents the counties of Yellowhead, Woodlands, Lac Ste.
The electoral district was created in 1976 from Rocky Mountain, Athabasca, Edmonton West, Pembina, and Wetaskiwin ridings.
Elections Canada | Federal Representation 2004 - Alberta (3007 words)
The population of most electoral districts remains close to the province's electoral quota: 82.1 percent are within 10 percent, 42.8 percent are within 5 percent, and 21.4 percent are within 2 percent.
The variances for Calgary's electoral districts are: Calgary East 8.8 percent, Calgary North Centre 10.4 percent, Calgary Northeast 2.9 percent, Calgary–Nose Hill –5.9 percent, Calgary South Centre 10.5 percent, Calgary Southeast 1.1 percent, Calgary Southwest 1.6 percent and Calgary West –2.2 percent.
It comprises a mainly agricultural area lying to the south of the Athabasca electoral district and to the north of the North Saskatchewan River, bounded on the east by the Saskatchewan border and on the west by the eastern limits of Lac Ste.
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