Vancouver-Point Grey

Vancouver-Point Grey is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, Canada. It first appeared on the hustings in the general election of 1933. It and the other new Vancouver ridings in this year, Vancouver-Burrard, Vancouver Centre and Vancouver East, were all created from the old Vancouver City riding, which was a six-member seat. Vancouver-Point Grey was a three-member seat, while the other three Vancouver ridings were only two members. Later it was reduced to a two-member seat when Vancouver-Little Mountain was created, and in the redistribution preceding the 1991 election it was reduced to a one-member riding along with the other older urban ridings, as several new one-member ridings were created.

For a full listing of Vancouver ridings, historical and current, please see Vancouver (electoral districts).

Read more about Vancouver-Point Grey:  Geography, Election Results, Electoral History 1933-1986

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    —Jane Grey Swisshelm (1815–1884)