36th General Assembly of Nova Scotia

The 36th General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia between 1916 and 1920.

The Liberal Party led by George Henry Murray formed the government.

James F. Ellis was speaker in 1916. Robert Irwin was named speaker in 1917 because Ellis was serving overseas.

The assembly was dissolved on June 28, 1920.

List of Members Edit

Electoral District Name Party
Annapolis County O. T. Daniels Liberal
Frank R. Elliott Liberal
Antigonish County William Chisholm Liberal
Fred Robert Trotter Liberal
County of Cape Breton John C. Douglas Liberal-Conservative
Daniel A. Cameron Liberal
Robert H. Butts[1] Liberal-Conservative
Neil Ferguson Liberal-Conservative
Colchester County Frank Stanfield Liberal-Conservative
Robert H. Kennedy Liberal-Conservative
Cumberland County Rufus S. Carter Liberal
James L. Ralston Liberal
James W. Kirkpatrick Liberal-Conservative
Digby County Joseph Willie Comeau Liberal
Henry W. R. Warner Liberal
Guysborough County James C. Tory Liberal
James F. Ellis Liberal
Halifax County Henry G. Bauld Liberal
Hector McInnes Liberal-Conservative
Robert E. Finn Liberal
George Everett Faulkner Liberal
John L. Connolly Liberal
Hants County Albert Parsons Liberal-Conservative
James W. Reid Liberal
Inverness County Donald MacLennan Liberal
John C. Bourinot Liberal
Kings County Harry H. Wickwire Liberal
James E. Kinsman Liberal-Conservative
Lunenburg County Joseph Willis Margeson Liberal
John James Kinley Liberal
Pictou County Robert M. McGregor Liberal
R. Henry Graham Liberal-Conservative
Robert Hugh MacKay Liberal
Queens County William Lorimer Hall Liberal-Conservative
Jordan W. Smith Liberal
Richmond County Benjamin A. LeBlanc Liberal-Conservative
John A. McDonald Liberal-Conservative
Shelburne County Robert Irwin Liberal
M. A. Nickerson Liberal
Victoria County George Henry Murray Liberal
John G. Morrison[2] Liberal
Yarmouth County Ernest H. Armstrong Liberal
Henry T. d'Entremont Liberal


  1. ^ elected to federal seat
  2. ^ died in 1917

References Edit

  • Government of Nova Scotia. "Election Summary From 1867 - 2006" (PDF). Elections Statistics. Elections Nova Scotia. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2008-09-12. Retrieved 2008-07-20.
Preceded by General Assemblies of Nova Scotia
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