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The Union Station Electoral Division

The Union Station electoral division is a new electoral division in the 2018 Provincial Election, comprised of the former Logan, Wolseley, and Minto boundaries. It includes the downtown area, including the Broadway-Assiniboine and South Portage neighbourhoods, and the portion of the Legislature neighbourhood to the east of Osborne Street. To the north of Broadway it extends west to include the northern portion of the West Broadway neighbourhood, and the entire Spence and Colony neighbourhoods. The northern boundary follows Notre Dame Avenue and Portage Avenue East, and includes Central Park, Portage-Ellice, The Forks, and the portion of the Portage & Main neighbourhood south of Portage Avenue and Portage Avenue East.

The population of the Union Station electoral division, according to the 2016 Census, was 21,885 residents.


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