37th General Assembly of Nova Scotia

The 37th General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia between 1920 and 1925.

The Liberal Party led by George Henry Murray formed the government. Ernest Howard Armstrong succeeded Murray as premier in 1923.

Robert Irwin served as speaker for the assembly.

The assembly was dissolved on June 2, 1925.

List of Members

Electoral District Name Party
Annapolis County O. T. Daniels Liberal
Frank R. Elliott Liberal
Antigonish County William Chisholm Liberal
Angus J. MacGillivray United Farmers
County of Cape Breton D. W. Morrison Labour
Joseph Steele Labour
Arthur Forman Waye Labour
Arthur R. Richardson Farmer-Labour
Colchester County Robert H. Smith United Farmers
Harry L. Taggart United Farmers
Cumberland County Gilbert N. Allen United Farmers
Daniel G. McKenzie United Farmers
Archibald Terris Labour
Digby County Joseph Willie Comeau Liberal
Henry W. R. Warner Liberal
Guysborough County James C. Tory Liberal
Clarence W. Anderson Liberal
Halifax County Henry G. Bauld Liberal
Robert E. Finn[1]

Walter Joseph O'Hearn (1922)

John B. Douglas Liberal
Adam D. Burris Liberal
John L. Connolly Liberal
Hants County James W. Reid Liberal
John A. MacDonald United Farmers
Inverness County Donald MacLennan Liberal
John C. Bourinot Liberal
Kings County Harry H. Wickwire[2]

James Sealy (1922)

John A. MacDonald Liberal
Lunenburg County John James Kinley Liberal
Aubrey H. Sperry Liberal
Pictou County R. Henry Graham Liberal
J. Welsford MacDonald Liberal
Robert M. McGregor[3] Liberal
Queens County Jordan W. Smith Liberal
George S. McClearn Liberal
Richmond County John Alexander Macdonald Liberal-Conservative
Benjamin A. LeBlanc Liberal-Conservative
Shelburne County Robert Irwin Liberal
Frank E. Smith

Ernest Howard Armstrong (1920)

Victoria County George Henry Murray[4]

Daniel Alexander Cameron (1923)

A. Gladstone Buchanan Liberal
Yarmouth County H. W. Corning Liberal-Conservative
A. R. Melanson Liberal


  1. ^ elected to federal seat
  2. ^ died in 1922
  3. ^ died in 1924
  4. ^ resigned seat


  • 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.
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