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Eighty-seven per cent of 338 ridings affected in next election, PM Harper campaigning

By Abbas Rana      
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With the redrawing of the country’s riding boundaries process done and all changes in place for the next federal election, 87 per cent, or 294 of the 338 ridings, have been affected by redistribution including the 30 new ridings, according to Elections Canada. The Commons will be boosted from 308 to 338 seats, including: 15 new ridings in Ontario, six in Alberta and six in British Columbia and three in Quebec. There will be a total of 121

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