Final Report – British Columbia


The Report of the Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for the Province of British Columbia (the Report) concerning the 42 electoral districts allocated to the province was issued on December 18, 2012. After the Report was tabled in Parliament in January of 2013, objections were received from several members of Parliament in relation to a number of ridings. We have now had an opportunity to consider these objections as outlined in the Fifty-Eighth Report of the Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs.

Our consideration and decision on the disposition of these objections is contained in the Addendum that follows our Report of December 18, 2012. The Addendum includes the amendments to boundaries or names of districts that we concluded we ought to make in light of objections. We have also included amended maps to reflect such amendments. We noted in our Report that three districts had remained unchanged, but now only two are unchanged: Victoria and Vancouver East.

Lastly, a few minor corrections were made to the text of certain electoral boundary descriptions in the initial version of the Report. These corrections have no impact on the electoral districts or their population numbers.

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