40th General Assembly of Nova Scotia

The 40th General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia between August 22, 1933, to June 20, 1937.

Division of seats edit

There were 30 members of the General Assembly, elected in the 1933 Nova Scotia general election.

Leader Party # of Seats
  Angus L. Macdonald Liberal 22
  Gordon Sidney Harrington Conservative 8
  N/A CCF/United Farmer/Labour 0
Total 30

List of members edit

Riding Name Position
  Annapolis John D. McKenzie
  Antigonish John L. McIsaac
  Cape Breton South Gordon S. Harrington
  Cape Breton Centre Michael Dwyer Minister of Mines
  Cape Breton North Joseph Macdonald
  Cape Breton East Lauchlin D. Currie
  Cape Breton West Weldon W. Patton
  Colchester William A. Flemming
  George Y. Thomas
  Cumberland Percy C. Black
  John S. Smiley
  Digby J. Willie Comeau
  Guysborough Clarence W. Anderson
  Halifax South Angus L. Macdonald Premier
  Halifax Centre Guy Murray Logan
  Halifax North Gordon Benjamin Isnor
  Halifax East Geoffrey W. Stevens
  Halifax West George E. Hagen
  Hants Alexander S. MacMillan Minister of Highways
  Inverness Moses E. McGarry
  Kings John A. McDonald Minister of Agriculture
  Lunenburg Frank R. Davis
  Gordon E. Romkey
  Pictou Donald F. Fraser
  Josiah H. MacQuarrie Attorney General
  Queens Seth M. Bartling
  Richmond George R. Deveau
  Shelburne Henry R. L. Bill
  Victoria Frederick W. Baldwin
  Yarmouth Lindsay C. Gardner Speaker (1934)

Former members of the 40th General Assembly edit

Name Party Electoral District Cause of departure Succeeded by Elected
  Gordon B. Isnor Liberal Halifax North resigned to run federally Harold Connolly, Lib. March 2, 1936

References edit

  • "Summary Results from 1867 to 2011" (PDF). Elections Nova Scotia. Retrieved 2015-05-10.
  • Elliott, Shirley B. (1984). The Legislative Assembly of Nova Scotia, 1758–1983 : a biographical directory. Public Archives of Nova Scotia. p. 319. ISBN 0-88871-050-X. Retrieved 2015-05-10.
Preceded by General Assemblies of Nova Scotia
Succeeded by