Lac La Biche-St. Paul-Two Hills MLA Dave Hanson described the proposal for the area as being �ridiculous.� In the interim report, the new electoral boundaries for the Lakeland area are significantly different than they are now. The Town of St. Paul and a small portion of the County of St. Paul would fall into a new constituency, called Fort Saskatchewan-St. Paul, while Elk Point and Saddle Lake would be included in the Bonnyville-Cold Lake constituency, along with the majority of the County of St. Paul. Lac La Biche would be included in a Fort McMurray-Lac La Biche constituency, which takes in the southern part of the City of Fort McMurray. Hanson says that when Wildrose representation spoke to the commission in charge of the electoral boundaries, representatives stressed the importance of small rural ridings that weren�t based solely on population. Then, �They went on and based everything on population.� Less than 24 hours after the report was released, Hanson said he had already heard feedback from some of the area�s elected officials. �Everyone is very concerned,� said Hanson.
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