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  Charlesbourg – Haute-Saint-Charles
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  PartyConservative
NamePierre Paul-Hus
Won10/19/2015
Votes24,608 (42.24%)
Margin11,083 (+19.02%)
Term10/20/2015 - 10/21/2019


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Parents > Canada > Québec > QC House of Commons  
Established June 28, 2004
Disbanded Still Active
ContributorMonsieur
Last ModifiedRP August 02, 2015 03:55pm
DescriptionThe northern part of Quebec City makes up much of this riding. It contains that part of the provincial capital comprising the former cities of Charlesbourg, Lac-St-Charles and St-Émile.

Due to the riding's proximity to the Quebec National Assembly, a major source of employment is government services, followed by other services and retail trade. The average family income is $58,957 with an unemployment rate of 6.5 per cent.

Almost 97 per cent of the population cited French as their mother tongue, while less than one per cent listed English. The total immigrant population was less than two per cent.

In 2004, the riding name became Charlesbourg and part of the southwest corner, west of Autoroute Laurentiennes, became part of Louis St-Laurent riding. This riding was created in 1976 from 51 per cent of Montmorency and 49 per cent of Portneuf. In 1996, a small part of Beauport-Montmorency-Orléans was added. The riding name changed from Charlesbourg to Charlesbourg-Jacques Cartier in 1998.

Population: 90,162

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