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Newmarket--Aurora, ON - 2021 Federal Election Results Map

📌 The Canadian federal electoral district of Newmarket--Aurora was contested during the 2021 Federal election which was held on September 19, 2021. 🏆 Tony Van Bynen, the Liberal candidate, won the riding with 24208 votes making up a 43.8% share of the vote. 🥈 The runner-up Conservative candidate, Harold Kim, received 21173 votes (38.3%) and was therefore defeated by a vote margin of 3035. 📊 Other candidates who received a sizable share of the vote include Yvonne Kelly - NDP (11.5%).
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Newmarket—Aurora is a federal electoral district located in the province of Ontario, Canada. The district is situated in the northern part of Greater Toronto Area and includes the towns of Newmarket and Aurora. The area is rich in history, culture and natural beauty, attracting visitors from around the world.

Population centres: Newmarket is the largest town in the district and a significant commercial and cultural hub for the region. Aurora is known for its stunning scenery and high standard of living. Both towns boast a variety of restaurants, cafes, shopping centres and community centres.

Issues and events: In 2019, the district experienced a tragic event when a young girl was killed in a car crash. The incident sparked a debate about road safety and measures to prevent accidents. Other local issues include transit and transportation infrastructure, affordable housing and environmental conservation.

Economy: The top employers in the district are Southlake Regional Health Centre, Magna International, and York Region District School Board. Major industries include healthcare, manufacturing, and education. In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic had a profound impact on the local economy, causing a temporary shutdown of businesses and affecting employment rates. The Government of Canada provided financial relief measures to support small businesses and individuals affected by the pandemic.

Important landmarks: The district is home to several natural attractions, including the Holland Marsh, Lake Simcoe and the Oak Ridges Moraine. It is also known for its historic buildings such as Aurora's Town Hall and Newmarket's Old Town Hall. Cultural landmarks include the Aurora Cultural Centre and the acclaimed Newmarket Theatre.

Arts and culture: The district is alive with arts and culture. Events such as the Newmarket Music Festival, Arts on the Move and the Aurora Cultural Centre's Annual Art Show showcase the creative talents of local residents. The district is also home to the Aurora Public Library and the Newmarket Heritage Centre, which celebrate the area's rich cultural history.

Electoral issues: During the 2021 federal election, the district's main issues included healthcare, education, affordable housing, and jobs. Candidates proposed to provide more funding for hospitals and schools, expand affordable housing, and support small businesses.

Community organizations: There are several community organizations in the district working towards social and economic growth. These include the Aurora Farmers Market, Newmarket Chamber of Commerce, York Region Food Network, Aurora Community Centre, and Newmarket Arts Council.

Multicultural groups: The district is home to many diverse cultural groups, including Chinese, Filipino, South Asian, and Italian. The Aurora Cultural Centre offers programs designed to connect cultural groups and promote understanding and tolerance.

In conclusion, the Newmarket—Aurora district is a dynamic region enriched with natural beauty, cultural heritage, and economic opportunities. The district's major towns, local issues, economy, landmarks, arts and culture, electoral issues, community organizations, and multicultural groups offer a glimpse into the vibrant and diverse nature of the district.

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