Vaughan (electoral district)

Vaughan (Electoral District)

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For the provincial electoral district, see Vaughan

Vaughan is a federal electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the Canadian House of Commons since 2004.

The riding covers the fast-growing region of Vaughan north of Toronto.

The riding was created in 2003 from parts of Vaughan—King—Aurora riding. It consists of the part of the City of Vaughan that lies west of Highway 400 or north of Rutherford Road.

Political geography

The riding is divided between the rural and urban parts. The Conservative concentrations in the riding can be found in the more rural parts, in the north and east parts of the riding, like the community of Kleinburg. The rest of the riding, the more suburban southern part is strongly Liberal.


According to the Canada 2006 Census

Racial groups: 74.3% White, 9.3% South Asian, 2.7% Latin American, 2.5% Black, 2.4% Southeast Asian, 2.4% Chinese, 1.7% West Asian, 1.7% Filipino, 1.0% Arab <br>Languages: 44.8% English, 0.5% French, 54.6% Other <br>Religions (2001): 77.0% Catholic, 7.3% Protestant, 2.7% Muslim, 2.6% Christian Orthodox, 2.1% Sikh, 1.6% Hindu, 1.3% Buddhist, 3.9% No religion<br>Average income: $34,485<!--NOTE: THE CHART ABOVE CANNOT BE RIGHT:

55.79% Catholic18.22% Jewish7.29% Protestant2.43% MuslimAll other numbers are incorrect as well. Who made this edit??-->

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