14th Alberta Legislature
The 14th Alberta Legislative Assembly lasted from 1959 to 1963. The Social Credit government had been re-elected to their seventh consecutive term in power under Premier Ernest Manning. Four opposition members under four different banners were elected, each holding a single seat.
Standings changes since the 14th general electionEdit
|Number of members
per party by date
|Jun 18||Sep 28||Oct 21||Nov 30||Jan 19||Sep 5||Oct 10||Oct 26||Nov 27||Mar 24|
|Independent Social Credit||1|
|Membership changes in the 14th Assembly|
|June 18, 1959||See List of Members||Election day of the 14th Alberta general election|
|September 28, 1960||James Owens||Didsbury||Social Credit||Died from a Heart Attack.|
|October 21, 1960||Elizabeth Robinson||Medicine Hat||Social Credit||Died from an undisclosed illness in Medicine Hat hospital.|
|November 30, 1960||Robert Clark||Didsbury||Social Credit||Elected in a by-election|
|January 19, 1961||Harry Leinweber||Medicine Hat||Social Credit||Elected in a by-election|
|September 5, 1961||William Gilliland||Peace River||Social Credit||Died after prolonged illness related to a Heart Attack.|
|October 10, 1961||Karl Nordstrom||Bonnyville||Social Credit||Died after hospitalization for undisclosed illness.|
|October 26, 1961||Euell Montgomery||Peace River||Social Credit||Elected in a by-election|
|November 27, 1961||Romeo Lamothe||Bonnyville||Social Credit||Elected in a by-election|
|March 24, 1963||Peter Dawson||Little Bow||Social Credit||Died|
- "Illness Proves Fatal to Mrs. Gladys Robinson". Vol LIII No 262. The Lethbridge Herald. October 21, 1960. p. 1.
- "W.F. Gilliland Alberta MLA dies". Vol LIV No. 225. The Lethbridge Herald. September 6, 1961. p. 1.
- "Deaths Yesterday". Vol LIV No 254. The Lethbridge Herald. October 11, 2010. p. 2-2.
- "Alberta MLA Critically Ill". Vol LIV No 248. The Lethbridge Herald. October 3, 1961. p. 29.