Huron North was a federal electoral district represented in the House of Commons of Canada from 1867 to 1882, and from 1917 to 1953. It was located in the province of Ontario. It was created by the British North America Act of 1867 which divided the County of Huron into two ridings: Huron North and Huron South.
The North Riding consisted of the Townships of Ashfield, Wawanosh, Turnberry, Howick, Morris, Grey, Colborne, Hullett, and the Village of Clinton and McKillop.
In 1872, the County of Huron was divided into three ridings when Huron Centre was created. The townships of Grey, Colborne, Hullett, and the Village of Clinton and McKillop, were transferred from Huron North to the new riding.
In 1914, Huron North was re-created from Huron East and Huron West when Huron county was again divided into two ridings. The new riding consisted of the townships of Wawanosh East, Wawanosh West, Colborne, Ashfield, Turnberry, Morris, Howick, and Grey, the towns of Goderich and Wingham, and the villages of Blyth, Brussels and Wroxeter.
In 1924, it was redefined to consist of the part of the county of Huron lying north of and including the town of Goderich and the townships of Colborne, Wawanosh (East and West), Morris and Grey.
In 1934, it was redefined to consist of the townships of Goderich, Colborne, Ashfield, Wawanosh (East and West), Morris, Grey, Turnberry and Howick, and the town of Clinton in the county of Huron.
|Canadian federal election, 1867|
|Canadian federal election, 1872|
|Canadian federal election, 1874|
|Canadian federal election, 1878|
|Canadian federal election, 1917|
|Government (Unionist)||BOWMAN, James||4,799|
|Opposition (Laurier Liberals)||HISLOP, Archibald||2,770|
|Canadian federal election, 1921|
|Progressive||KING, John Warwick||5,243|
|Liberal||FRASIER, William Henry||2,426|
|Canadian federal election, 1925|
|Progressive||KING, John Warwick||5,340|
|Canadian federal election, 1926|
|Progressive||KING, John Warwick||5,892|
|Conservative||MACEWAN, Hugh John Alexander||5,547|
On Mr. King's death, 14 January 1927:
|By-election on 12 September 1927|
|Canadian federal election, 1930|
|Liberal||ROBERTSON, William Henry||5,927|
|Canadian federal election, 1935|
|Liberal||DEACHMAN, Robert John||6,508|
|Reconstruction||HENDERSON, William James||1,572|
|Canadian federal election, 1940|
|National Government||Lewis Elston Cardiff||5,937|
|Liberal||Robert John Deachman||5,897|
|Canadian federal election, 1945|
|Progressive Conservative||CARDIFF, Lewis Elston||7,083|
|Liberal||NAIRN, Douglas Ross||5,273|
|Co-operative Commonwealth||MILLS, Morley Francis||586|
|Canadian federal election, 1949|
|Progressive Conservative||CARDIFF, Lewis Elston||6,986|
|Liberal||HETHERINGTON, Robert Scott||6,465|
|Co-operative Commonwealth||BURROWS, Harry Charles||497|