This Southern Ontario riding takes in the township of West Lincoln and the towns of Grimsby, Lincoln and Pelham. It also includes part of the city of Hamilton south and east of Glancaster Road, the transmission line, Redhill Creek and the Niagara escarpment.
The riding runs from Lake Ontario in the northeast to the Welland River in the southeast and east to the border of St. Catharines.
The local economy is sustained by light industries and service companies feeding off of the steel industry in Hamilton and automotive industries in St. Catharines. The riding is a mix of urban and rural, with fruit growing, wineries, tourism and mixed farming serving as the economic base.
Area: 1,080 square km
Communities: Pelham, Lincoln, West Lincoln, Grimsby, Upper Stoney Creek, Glanbrook.
Hudak calls for end to additional wind energy projects
Report proves Green Energy Act hurts Ontarians and is deeply flawed Following the release of the Auditor General’s report on Dec. 9, MPP Tim Hudak is, once again, calling for an end to expensive wind energy projects throughout the province. Hudak explains the report highlights how highly subsidized green energy projects, are driving up the […]