Should Northern Ontario break apart from Southern Ontario and form its own province?

Asked by: tekoku
  • They're too different

    Northern Ontario and Southern Ontario are very different both geographically and culturally. This also often leads to the interests of Southern Ontarians outweighing Northern Ontarians in provincial elections as the vast majority of the ridings for Ontario's Parliament is located in the South. In the 2014 general election, the North only had 7 ridings out of a total of 107 ridings. That's roughly 7%.

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