List Of Canadian Electoral Districts 1933–1947
This is a list of electoral districts or ridings in Canada for the Canadian federal elections of 1935, 1940 and 1945.
Electoral Districts are constituencies that elect Members of Parliament in Canada's House of Commons every election.
Read more about List Of Canadian Electoral Districts 1933–1947: Nova Scotia - 12 Seats, Prince Edward Island - 4 Seats, New Brunswick - 10 Seats, Quebec - 65 Seats, Ontario - 82 Seats, Manitoba - 17 Seats, Saskatchewan - 21 Seats, Alberta - 17 Seats, British Columbia - 16 Seats, Yukon - 1 Seat
... Preceded by Electoral districts 1924–1933 Past Canadian electoral districts Succeeded by Electoral districts 1947–1952 ...
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