Canton of Jussac
canton of Jussac
|Establishment date||January 22, 1985|
|Dissolution date||March 29, 2015|
|Residents||5,945 (Jan 1, 2012)|
|Population density||98 inhabitants / km²|
The canton Jussac was 2015 a French canton in the department of Cantal and in the former region Auvergne . It included five parishes in the arrondissement of Aurillac ; its main town (French: chef-lieu ) was Jussac .
The canton was created on January 22, 1985 when the cantons Aurillac-1 to Aurillac-3 were re-trimmed one more time. The nationwide changes in the composition of the cantons resulted in its dissolution in March 2015.
The canton bordered the former canton of Saint-Cernin to the north, the canton Aurillac-4 to the east, the cantons Aurillac-3 and Aurillac-1 to the south-east and south, and the canton Laroquebrou to the west .
|local community|| Population
(as of 2017)
|Code postal||Code Insee|
- Décret nº 85-73 du 22 January 1985 portant modification et création de cantons dans le département du Cantal . In: JORF . Retrieved March 16, 2016 (p. 932).