46th General Assembly of Nova Scotia

The 46th General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia between February 27, 1957, and April 16, 1960.

Division of seatsEdit

There were 43 members of the General Assembly, elected in the 1956 Nova Scotia general election.

Leader Party # of Seats
  Henry D. Hicks Liberal 18
  Robert L. Stanfield Progressive Conservative 24
  Michael James MacDonald CCF 1
Total 43

List of membersEdit

Riding Name Position
  Annapolis East Henry Davies Hicks
  Annapolis West Peter Murray Nicholson
  Antigonish William F. MacKinnon
  Cape Breton South Donald C. McNeil
  Cape Breton Centre Michael MacDonald
  Cape Breton North John M. Macdonald
  Cape Breton Nova Percy Gaum
  Cape Breton East Layton Fergusson
  Cape Breton West Edward Manson
  Clare Pierre E. Belliveau
  Colchester Robert L. Stanfield Premier
  G. I. Smith
  Cumberland East James A. Langille
  Cumberland West Allison T. Smith
  Cumberland Centre Stephen T. Pyke Minister of Labour
  Digby Malcolm Stewart Leonard Minister of Education
  Guysborough A. W. Cameron
  Halifax South Richard A. Donahoe
  Halifax Centre Gordon S. Cowan
  Halifax North John E. Ahern
  Halifax Northwest Ronald Manning Fielding
  Halifax East Duncan MacMillan
  Halifax West Charles H. Reardon
  Halifax County Dartmouth Geoffrey W. Stevens
  Hants East Ernest M. Ettinger
  Hants West George H. Wilson
  Inverness Joseph Clyde Nunn
  Roderick MacLean
  Kings North Eric Balcom
  Kings South Edward Haliburton Minister of Agriculture
  Kings West Hiram Thomas
  Lunenburg Centre George O. Lohnes
  Lunenburg East R. Clifford Levy
  Lunenburg West Harley J. Spence
  Pictou East William A. MacLeod
  Pictou West Harvey Veniot
  Pictou Centre Donald R. MacLeod
  Queens W. S. Kennedy Jones speaker
  Richmond Earl Wallace Urquhart
  Shelburne James M. Harding
  Victoria Carleton L. MacMillan
  Yarmouth Willard O'Brien
  Eric Spinney

Former members of the 46th General AssemblyEdit

Name Party Electoral District Cause of departure Succeeded by Elected
  R. Clifford Levy Progressive Conservative Lunenburg East Maurice L. Zinck, PC October 14, 1959


  • "Summary Results from 1867 to 2011" (PDF). Elections Nova Scotia. 2011. Retrieved 2015-04-28.
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