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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

One Person Shows Up For Meeting On Electoral Boundaries

The Electoral Boundaries Commission paying a lonely visit to St. Andrews this afternoon.

By the next provincial election, the number of ridings will be reduced from 55 to 49, and it's the Commission's job to figure out where to make those changes.

The team is touring the province to get the public's opinion on the issue, with only one resident showing before a recess was called.

Oak Bay resident Ed Young tells CHSJ News what he thinks doesn't matter because things are going to change.Grouping McAdam with Charlotte-Campobello was one option brought up by Young.

The Commission will be holding their next hearing tonight in Saint John at the Hampton Inn from 7 to 10.