The Roblin government was forced to resign in 1915 after a royal commission initiated by the Lieutenant Governor found evidence of corruption in the awarding of contracts for the construction of new legislative buildings. The house was dissolved and a new election was held in August 1915.
There were two sessions of the 14th Legislature:
|1st||September 15, 1914||September 18, 1914|
|2nd||February 10, 1915||April 1, 1915|
Members of the AssemblyEdit
The following members were elected to the assembly in 1914:
- Election held August 1, 1914
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