POLITICS

Here are the top 20 ridings likely to receive the most from increased benefits for children six to 17

07/19/2015 01:50 EDT | Updated 07/19/2016 05:59 EDT
OTTAWA - The government is increasing the value of the monthly universal child care benefit (UCCB) starting Monday. Here are the top 20 ridings that are likely to receive the most money per month for children age six to 17 based on an analysis of census data by The Canadian Press. In brackets is the party that took the riding in 2001, or would have if the riding had existed then, according to Elections Canada:

Whitby (Riding history: Conservative): $1,303,500

Oakville North–Burlington (Conservative): $1,291,200

Mississauga–Streetsville (Conservative): $1,266,900

Mississauga–Malton (Conservative): $1,261,500

Mississauga–Erin Mills (Conservative): $1,255,200

Dufferin–Caledon (Conservative): $1,240,800

Peace River–Westlock (Conservative): $1,223,100

Brantford–Brant (Conservative): $1,218,900

Brampton North (Conservative): $1,215,300

Essex (Conservative): $1,201,500

Brampton West (Conservative): $1,197,000

Wellington–Halton Hills (Conservative): $1,192,800

King–Vaughan (Conservative): $1,191,000

Aurora–Oak Ridges–Richmond Hill (Conservative ): $1,191,000

Brampton East (NDP): $1,180,500

Durham (Conservative): $1,173,900

Etobicoke North (Liberal): $1,173,000

Churchill–Keewatinook Aski (NDP): $1,171,800

Ajax (Conservative): $1,162,200

Orléans (Conservative): $1,151,100