|Newfoundland and Labrador electoral district|
|Defunct federal electoral district|
|Legislature||House of Commons|
It was abolished in 1976 when it was merged into Burin—St. George's riding.
It initially consisted of the Districts of Placentia West, Burin, Fortune Bay-Hermitage, and Burgeo and LaPoile and all the unorganized territory bounded on the North and West by the District of Grand Falls, on the South by the Districts of Burgeo and LaPoile and Fortune Bay-Hermitage, on the East by the Districts of Trinity North, Bonavista South and Bonavista North.
In 1952, it was redefined to consist of the Districts of Placentia West excluding the Iona Islands, Burin, Fortune Bay and Hermitage and Burgeo and LaPoile.
In 1966, it was redefined to consist of the provincial districts of Placentia West, Burin, Burgeo and LaPoile, and those parts of the provincial districts of Fortune Bay, Hermitage, Grand Falls and St. George's not included in the electoral districts of Gander-Twillingate, Grand Falls-White Bay-Labrador and Humber-St. George's-St. Barbe.
The electoral district was abolished in 1976.
|Canadian federal election, 1949|
|Liberal||Chesley William Carter||12,590|
|Progressive Conservative||Grace Margaret Sparkes||1,053|
|Canadian federal election, 1953|
|Liberal||Chesley William Carter||11,017|
|Progressive Conservative||Grace Margaret Sparkes||1,480|
|Canadian federal election, 1957|
|Liberal||Chesley William Carter||acclaimed|
|Canadian federal election, 1958|
|Liberal||Chesley William Carter||11,360|
|Progressive Conservative||Harvey Cole||4,847|
|Canadian federal election, 1962|
|Liberal||Chesley William Carter||12,533|
|Progressive Conservative||Alec Gordon Stacey||3,163|
|Canadian federal election, 1963|
|Liberal||Chesley William Carter||12,167|
|Progressive Conservative||Samuel Walters||2,439|
|Canadian federal election, 1965|
|Liberal||Chesley William Carter||11,350|
|Progressive Conservative||Mervin E. Pond||3,360|
|Social Credit||Eric Dixon Cave Hiscock||444|
|By-election on 19 September 1966
On Mr. Carter being called to the Senate, 8 July 1966
|Progressive Conservative||Eric Dixon Cave Hiscock||1,107|
|Canadian federal election, 1968|
|Progressive Conservative||Robert Michael McGrath||5,440|
|New Democratic||Donald Barton||758|
|Canadian federal election, 1972|
|Progressive Conservative||Max Keeping||4,746|
|New Democratic||Lowell Paulson||336|
|Canadian federal election, 1974|
|Progressive Conservative||Max Strong||2,254|
|New Democratic||Lowell Paulson||721|