History of Federal Ridings since 1867
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BURNABY--SEYMOUR, British Columbia (1968 - 1979)
|See:||BURNABY--COQUITLAM (British Columbia)(1953 - 1968)|
BURNABY--RICHMOND (British Columbia)(1949 - 1970)
COAST-CAPILANO (British Columbia)(1949 - 1968)
Representation Order, 1966
BURNABY-SEYMOUR consisting of the territory bounded as follows:commencing at the intersection of the former British Columbia Electric Railway Line and the projection of Byrne Road; thence easterly along Byrne Road and Nineteenth (19th) Street to Edmonds Street; thence northeasterly along Edmonds Street to Grandview Highway; thence northwesterly along Grandview Highway to Sperling Avenue; thence northerly along Sperling Avenue to Hastings Street; thence easterly along Hastings Street to Inlet Drive; thence northerly along Inlet Drive to Pandora Street; thence easterly on Pandora Street and its easterly projection to the northerly projection of Phillips Avenue; thence northerly along said northerly projection to the south shore of Burrard Inlet; thence northerly in a straight line to the southeast corner of the North Vancouver District Municipality; thence northerly and westerly along the easterly and northerly boundaries of said municipality to the intersection of said northerly boundary with the projection northerly of Fromme Road; thence southerly along said projection and continuing along Fromme Road and its projection southerly to the boundary of said municipality lying along the projection of Twentieth (20th) Street; thence easterly along said boundary, projection and street to Arborlynn Drive; thence due east to Hastings Creek; thence southerly along Hastings Creek to Lynn Creek; thence southerly along Lynn Creek to the east limit of the City of North Vancouver; thence southerly along said east limit and its projection southerly to the north limit of the City of Vancouver; thence easterly along said north limit to the east limit of the City of Vancouver; thence south along said east limit to Imperial Street; thence easterly along Imperial Street to the former British Columbia Electric Railway Line; thence southeasterly along said railway line to the point of commencement.
|28||1968/06/25||PERRAULT, Ray||Party leader||17,891||45.23%||Lib.|
|DOUGLAS, Thomas Clement (Tommy)||Party leader||17,753||44.89%||N.D.P.|
|PRICE, Ron||Account executive||702||1.77%||S.C.|
|PERRAULT, Ray||Communications counsellor||17,985||37.19%||Lib.|
|MACDONALD, John B.||Commissionaire||694||1.44%||S.C.|
|WAUGH, Eric||Shipyard workman||120||0.25%||N/A|
|WAUGH, Eric||Ship's rigger||167||0.34%||Comm.|
The electoral district was abolished in 1979.
|See:||BURNABY (British Columbia)(1979 - 1988)|
NORTH VANCOUVER--BURNABY (British Columbia)(1979 - 1988)