The 41st General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia between March 1, 1938, and September 19, 1941.
Division of seatsEdit
There were 30 members of the General Assembly, elected in the 1937 Nova Scotia general election.
|Leader||Party||# of Seats|
|Angus L. Macdonald||Liberal||25|
|Gordon Sidney Harrington||Conservative||5|
List of membersEdit
Former members of the 41st General AssemblyEdit
|Name||Party||Electoral District||Cause of departure||Succeeded by||Elected|
|Lindsay C. Gardner||Liberal||Yarmouth||died||Henry A. Waterman, Liberal||1938|
|Michael Dwyer||Liberal||Cape Breton Centre||resigned||Douglas MacDonald, CCF||December 5, 1939|
|William Duff Forest||Liberal||Halifax Centre||died||James Edward Rutledge, Liberal||December 5, 1939|
|George Y. Thomas||Conservative||Colchester||died||George Scott Dickey, Conservative||October 28, 1940|
|Percy C. Black||Conservative||Cumberland||elected to federal seat||Leonard William Fraser, Conservative||October 28, 1940|
|Angus L. Macdonald||Liberal||Halifax South||named to federal cabinet||Joseph Richard Murphy, Liberal||October 28, 1940|
|Moses E. McGarry||Liberal||Inverness||elected to federal seat||Alexander H. McKinnon, Liberal||October 28, 1940|
- "Summary Results from 1867 to 2011" (PDF). Elections Nova Scotia. Retrieved 2015-05-11.
- Canadian Parliamentary Guide, 1941, AL Normandin