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|Ontario electoral district|
|Defunct federal electoral district|
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Peel South (also known as Mississauga riding) was a federal electoral district represented in the House of Commons of Canada from 1968 to 1974. It was located in the province of Ontario. The riding was created in 1966 from parts of the Peel riding.
It consisted of the Township of Toronto in the County of Peel, and the part of Metropolitan Toronto lying west of the Etobicoke River.
The electoral district's name was changed in late 1973 to Mississauga, on a request by then MP Don Blenkarn, to coincide with the creation of the City of Mississauga. It was abolished in 1976 when it was redistributed between Brampton—Halton Hills, Mississauga North and Mississauga South ridings.
Members of Parliament
Riding created from Peel
|29th||1972–1974||Don Blenkarn||Progressive Conservative|
|Riding dissolved into Brampton—Halton Hills, Mississauga North
and Mississauga South
|1968 Canadian federal election: Peel South|
|Progressive Conservative||Earl K. Brownridge||19,065|
|New Democratic||Keith Wollard||8,498|
|1972 Canadian federal election: Peel South|
|Progressive Conservative||Don Blenkarn||31,981|
|New Democratic||David Busby||18,553|
|1974 Canadian federal election: Mississauga|
|Progressive Conservative||Don Blenkarn||34,080|
|New Democratic||David Busby||14,276|
|Independent||Richard C. Darwin||227|
|Marxist–Leninist||David A. Starbuck||113|
- "Mississauga riding official", Mississauga Times, 12 December 1973.
- Website of the Parliament of Canada