North Province, New Caledonia

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North Province

Province Nord
Flag of North Province
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  Location of North Province in New Caledonia
CountryFrance
CollectivityNew Caledonia
SeatKoné
Government
 • PresidentPaul Néaoutyine
Area
 • Total9,582.6 km2 (3,699.9 sq mi)
Population
 (2019 Census)
 • Total49,910
 • Density5.2/km2 (13/sq mi)
Communities (2019)
 • Kanak72.16%
 • Multiracial9.9%
 • European9.75%
 • Wallisians and Futunans1.05%
 • Indonesians0.86%
 • Tahitian0.69%
 • Ni-Vanuatu0.26%
 • Other Asian0.2%
 • Vietnamese0.12%
 • Other5.01%
Websitewww.province-nord.nc

The North Province (French province Nord) is one of three administrative subdivisions in New Caledonia. It corresponds to the northern and northeastern portion of the New Caledonian mainland.

The provincial government seat is at Koné.

Provincial Congress[edit]

Of the 22 seats in the provincial congress, the Kanak and Socialist National Liberation Front holds 11, the Caledonian Union has 7, the Rally for Caledonia in the Republic has 3, and Future Together has 1.

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Coordinates: 21°0′S 165°0′E / 21.000°S 165.000°E / -21.000; 165.000