49th New Brunswick Legislature

The 49th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly was created following a general election in 1978. It was dissolved on September 1, 1982.

Rendition of party representation in the 49th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly following the 1978 election.
  Progressive Conservatives (30)
  Liberals (28)

LeadershipEdit

Robert McCready was chosen as speaker in 1979 even though he had been elected as a Liberal member. James Tucker succeeded McCready as speaker in 1981.

Premier Richard Hatfield led the government. The Progressive Conservative Party was the ruling party.

List of MembersEdit

Electoral District Name Party
  Albert Malcolm MacLeod Progressive Conservative
  Bathurst Paul Kenny Liberal
  Bay du Vin Reginald MacDonald Liberal
  Campbellton Fernand G. Dubé Progressive Conservative
  Caraquet Onil Doiron Liberal
  Carleton Centre Richard Hatfield Progressive Conservative
  Carleton North Charles Gallagher Progressive Conservative
  Carleton South Paul Steven Porter Progressive Conservative
  Charlotte Centre Sheldon Lee Liberal
  Charlotte-Fundy James N. Tucker, Jr. Progressive Conservative
  Charlotte West Leland McGaw Progressive Conservative
  Chatham Frank E. Kane Liberal
  Dalhousie Allan E. Maher Liberal
  Edmundston Jean-Maurice Simard Progressive Conservative
  Fredericton North Edwin G. Allen Progressive Conservative
  Fredericton South J.W. Bird Progressive Conservative
  Grand Falls Everard Daigle Liberal
  Kent Centre Alan R. Graham Liberal
  Kent North Joseph Daigle Liberal
  Kent South Bertin LeBlanc Liberal
  Kings Centre Harold Fanjoy Progressive Conservative
  Kings East Hazen Myers Progressive Conservative
  Kings West John B.M. Baxter Progressive Conservative
  Madawaska-Centre Gérald Clavette Liberal
  Madawaska-les-Lacs Jean-Pierre Ouellet Progressive Conservative
  Madawaska South Héliodore Côté Liberal
  Memramcook William Malenfant Liberal
  Miramichi Bay Edgar LeGresley Liberal
  Miramichi-Newcastle John McKay Liberal
  Southwest Miramichi Morris Vernon Green Liberal
  Moncton East Raymond Frenette Liberal
  Moncton North Michael McKee Liberal
  Moncton West Mabel DeWare Progressive Conservative
  Nepisiguit-Chaleur Frank Branch Liberal
  Nigadoo-Chaleur Pierre Godin Liberal
  Oromocto LeRoy Washburn Liberal
  Petitcodiac Bill Harmer Progressive Conservative
  Queens North Wilfred Bishop Progressive Conservative
  Queens South Robert McCready Liberal

Progressive Conservative

  Restigouche East Rayburn Doucett Liberal
  Restigouche West Alfred Roussel Liberal
  Riverview Brenda Robertson Progressive Conservative
  Saint John East Gerald Merrithew Progressive Conservative
  Saint John-Fundy Bev Harrison Progressive Conservative
  Saint John Harbour Louis Murphy Liberal
  Saint John North Eric Kipping Progressive Conservative
  Saint John Park Shirley Dysart Liberal
  Saint John South Nancy Teed Progressive Conservative
  Saint John West Rodman Logan Progressive Conservative
  St. Stephen-Milltown William Cockburn Progressive Conservative
  Shediac Azor LeBlanc Progressive Conservative
  Shippagan-les-Îles Jean Gauvin Liberal
  Sunbury Horace Smith Progressive Conservative
  Tantramar Lloyd Folkins Progressive Conservative
  Tracadie Douglas Young Progressive Conservative
  Victoria-Tobique J. Douglas Moore Progressive Conservative
  York North David Bishop Progressive Conservative
  York South Les Hull Progressive Conservative

Notes:


See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • Canadian Parliamentary Guide, 1981, PG Normandin
Preceded by New Brunswick Legislative Assemblies
1978–1982
Succeeded by