Electoral Atlas of the Dominion of Canada - as divided for the tenth general election held in the year 1904
Printed by the Government Printing Bureau in 1906 to show federal electoral boundaries. Most of the electoral districts described in this atlas are similar to the 1911 census districts. These electoral maps provide researchers with a geographic representation of the districts that were enumerated in 1911. Since Alberta and Saskatchewan both became provinces of Canada in 1905 (one year after the general election) the electoral atlas differs greatly in relation to these two provinces.