Map Viewer

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is the purpose of this tool?

    The purpose of this tool is to provide information about the boundaries of the federal electoral districts at the different stages of the redistribution process.

  2. How can I find my electoral district?

    You can find your electoral district by clicking on the Find Electoral District button, entering your address in the form, and clicking on the Find Electoral District button.

  3. How can I see the boundaries for an electoral district?

    By executing a search using the Find Electoral District button or by clicking on the name of the electoral district in the list located in the right-hand pane. This will zoom in and centre the map on the chosen electoral district.

  4. How can I navigate within the map?

    The Google Maps standard navigation tools can be used to zoom in, zoom out, and pan within the map.

  5. How can I get the description of an electoral district for a specific stage of the redistribution process?

    When selecting the desired stage (Existing, Proposed and Report) a list of electoral districts will be updated in the right-hand pane. Clicking on the i icon () in the description column will open a window with the official description of the electoral district.

  6. How can I send a comment to my province's commission?

    You can send a comment to an electoral boundaries commission by saving, printing and sending a map by regular mail. You can save the map in PDF format by clicking on the Save icon.

  7. What is the difference between existing boundaries and proposed boundaries?

    The existing boundaries are the current federal electoral district boundaries as defined in the 2003 Representation Order. They have been in place since May 23, 2004.

    The proposed boundaries are those suggested by each electoral boundaries commission.

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