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Fort Whyte

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Hugging the southwest corner of Winnipeg, Fort Whyte includes the communities of Linden Woods, Linden Ridge and Whyte Ridge. It also includes some parts of the new development of Waverley West.

This is the most affluent riding in all of Manitoba with the highest median income and the third lowest poverty rate for kids under the age of 6.

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It has the smallest aboriginal population of any riding, with less than two per cent.

It is also the most educated riding, with nearly eight in 10 adults between 25 and 65 having more than a high school diploma.

More than one in five residents are visible minorities.

 

Stats

Population: 19,155

Median age: 38.6

Immigrants: 22.4 per cent

Aboriginal population: 1.6 per cent

Living in poverty: 6.3 per cent

Median income: $38,972

 

Politics

This riding is only a decade old, having been created to handle the rapid growth and new suburbs in south Winnipeg. It has only voted for the Conservatives in the three elections since it was created.

As the home riding of PC Leader Hugh McFadyen, Fort Whyte is not really on anyone’s radar screen beyond the Tories’. It is one of just four Winnipeg ridings to remain in the Tory camp in the 2007 election, and McFadyen won it handily by more than 2,000 votes.

 

2007 results

Hugh McFadyen, PC 5,981

Sunny Dhaliwal, NDP 3,895

Angelina Oliver-Job LIB 1,637

Turnout: 59.16 per cent

 

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