Breaking down the federal election ridings in the Sheridan community

BY JOSEPH DELLA VECCHIA AND NOAH SHEPPARD

There are only five days left in the federal election campaign. Although the vote is officially scheduled for October 21, a record 4.7 million people have already cast ballots in the advanced polls. The interactive maps below break down the very diverse ridings in the Sheridan community.

The data were pulled by The Canadian Press election bot. Just hover over the purple circles to see information such as the current MP and average income for each area. Statistics for national averages are listed below the maps, and political parties are identified by their first letter: L-Liberal, I-Independent.

Currently, there are no Conservative, NDP, or Green Party representatives in any of the cities where Sheridan has campuses. However, that could change with this election.

National averages per riding:

  • Population: 103,417
  • Income: $73,050
  • Family Size: 2.5
Noah Sheppard
About Noah Sheppard 10 Articles
Noah Sheppard is a journalism student with a passion for theatre, broadcast and podcasting. He is co-host of the entertainment podcast, Sheridan Stars and outside of school he works as an actor.

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