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Dauphin—Roblin is a provincial electoral division in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It was created by redistribution in 1999, combining territory from the former constituencies of Dauphin and Roblin-Russell.Dauphin—Roblin is located in the southwestern region of the province. It is bordered to the east by Ste.

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  • Dauphin—Roblin is a provincial electoral division in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It was created by redistribution in 1999, combining territory from the former constituencies of Dauphin and Roblin-Russell.Dauphin—Roblin is located in the southwestern region of the province. It is bordered to the east by Ste.
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  • Dauphin—Roblin is a provincial electoral division in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It was created by redistribution in 1999, combining territory from the former constituencies of Dauphin and Roblin-Russell.Dauphin—Roblin is located in the southwestern region of the province. It is bordered to the east by Ste. Rose, to the south by Russell, to the north by Swan River, and to the west by the province of Saskatchewan.The riding includes the towns of Dauphin and Roblin, as well as Gilbert Plains, Grandview and the Valley River Reserve.The riding's population in 1996 was 20,041. In 1999, the average family income was $42,166, and the unemployment rate was 7.00%. Agriculture accounts for 22% of the riding's economy, followed by health and social services at 14%.Dauphin—Roblin has a large Ukrainian population, at 21% of the total. Ten per cent of the riding's residents are aboriginal. The riding has the highest percentage of seniors in the province, at 23%.Unlike other rural ridings in southwestern Manitoba, Dauphin—Roblin is considered relatively safe for the New Democratic Party, who have held it since 1981. Stan Struthers has held the riding since its creation.The riding will be renamed Dauphin and will expand to the east to include Ste. Rose du Lac.
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