The 1905 Saskatchewan general election was the first provincial election in the newly created Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It was held on 13 December 1905 to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan. Walter Scott led the Liberal Party of Saskatchewan to victory over the Provincial Rights Party of Frederick W. A. G. Haultain, and became the first Premier of the new province.
25 seats in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan
13 seats needed for a majority
|Party||Party Leader||# of
|Provincial Rights||Frederick Haultain||24||8*||16,184||47.47%|
|Source: Elections Saskatchewan|
Members of the Legislative Assembly electedEdit
For complete electoral history, see individual districts
- *In 1907 by order of the Legislative Assembly Samuel Donaldson of the Provincial Rights party was declared elected and Peter Tyerman lost his seat.
- Hopkins, J. Castell (1906). The Canadian Annual Review of Public Affairs, 1905. Toronto: The Annual Review Publishing Company.