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This ward is located at the east side of Winnipeg. The ward boundaries will have some changes that will take effect for the 2018 civic election. The new ward has obtained four additional neighbourhoods east of Lagimodiere Boulevard from the St. Boniface ward.

Under its previous boundaries the ward had a population of 41,412 residents, based on 2016 census data. The new ward has a population of 44,581 residents, based on 2016 census data.

Prior to the 2018 election boundaries, all neighbourhoods north of the CNR Reddit rail line and east of Plessis Road were part of the Transcona ward, represented by Councillor Russ Wyatt, who was elected in 2002, 2006, 2010, and in 2014. The Dugald, St. Boniface Industrial Park, Symington Yards, and Southland Park neighbourhoods were part of the St. Boniface ward, represented by Matt Councillor Allard, who was elected in 2014.

Neighbourhoods within the new ward boundaries include:

  • Canterbury Park
  • Dugald Mission Gardens
  • Giffin
  • Grassie
  • Kern Park
  • Kildare-Redonda
  • Meadows
  • Melrose
  • North Transcona Yards
  • Peguis
  • Radisson
  • Regent
  • Southland Park
  • St. Boniface Industrial Park
  • Symington Yards
  • Transcona North
  • Transcona South
  • Transcona Yards
  • Victoria West

New ward population and neighbourhoods retrieved from the 2017 Winnipeg Wards Boundaries Commission Final Report.

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