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Innisfil's population was 24,934 at the 2016 census. The town is located in the federal and provincial ridings of Barrie—Innisfil, represented by Liberal MP John Carmichael and Progressive Conservative MPP Ann Hoggarth respectively. The area that makes up present-day Innisfil was first surveyed as part of York County in 1792 by deputy surveyor general Augustus Jones. It became part of Simcoe County with that county's creation in 1851; it remained sparsely populated until after World War II when there were a number of small subdivisions built to house returning veterans from Canada's armed forces. In 1967, these communities formed an association known as "the Villages" which later changed its name to become "Township Of Innisfil". On January 1st 1992, through an amalgamation vote between residents within the township boundaries (which included all but one community), Innisfil officially became a town.