54th General Assembly of Nova Scotia

54th General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia between November 6, 1984, and July 30, 1988, its membership being set in the 1984 Nova Scotia general election.

Division of seatsEdit

The division of seats within the Nova Scotia Legislature after the General Election of 1984

Leader Party # of Seats
  John M. Buchanan Progressive Conservative 42
  A.M. (Sandy) Cameron Liberal 6
  Alexa McDonough NDP 3
  Paul MacEwan Cape Breton Labour Party 1
Total 52

List of membersEdit

  Gerry Sheehy Progressive Conservative Annapolis East
  Greg Kerr Progressive Conservative Annapolis West
  J. William Gillis Liberal Antigonish
  Neil LeBlanc Progressive Conservative Argyle
  Kenneth Streatch Progressive Conservative Bedford - Musquodoboit Valley
  Mike Laffin Progressive Conservative Cape Breton Centre
  Donnie MacLeod Progressive Conservative Cape Breton East
  Brian Young Progressive Conservative Cape Breton North
  Paul MacEwan Cape Breton Labour Party Cape Breton Nova
  Vincent J. MacLean Liberal Cape Breton South
  John A. Newell Progressive Conservative Cape Breton The Lakes
  Donnie MacLeod Progressive Conservative Cape Breton West
  Guy LeBlanc Progressive Conservative Clare
  Jack Coupar Progressive Conservative Colchester North
  R. Colin Stewart Progressive Conservative Colchester South
  David Nantes Progressive Conservative Cole Harbour
  Guy Brown Liberal Cumberland Centre
  Roger Stuart Bacon Progressive Conservative Cumberland East
  Gardner (Bud) Hurley Progressive Conservative Cumberland West
  Jim Smith Liberal Dartmouth East
  Laird Stirling Progressive Conservative Dartmouth North
  Roland J. Thornhill Progressive Conservative Dartmouth South
  Merryl Lawton Progressive Conservative Digby
  Chuck MacNeil Progressive Conservative Guysborough
  John M. Buchanan Progressive Conservative Halifax Atlantic
  Joel Matheson Progressive Conservative Halifax Bedford Basin
  Alexa McDonough NDP Halifax Chebucto
  Arthur R. Donahoe Progressive Conservative Halifax Citadel
  Terence R. B. Donahoe Progressive Conservative Halifax Cornwallis
  Tom McInnis Progressive Conservative Halifax Eastern Shore
  Edmund L. Morris Progressive Conservative Halifax Needham
  Jerry Lawrence Progressive Conservative Halifax St. Margarets
  Cora H. Etter Progressive Conservative Hants East
  Ron Russell Progressive Conservative Hants West
  Jim MacLean Progressive Conservative Inverness North
  Billy Joe MacLean Progressive Conservative Inverness South
  George Archibald Progressive Conservative Kings North
  Bob Levy NDP Kings South
  George Moody Progressive Conservative Kings West
  Maxine Cochran Progressive Conservative Lunenburg Centre
  Jim Barkhouse Liberal Lunenburg East
  Mel Pickings Progressive Conservative Lunenburg West
  Jack MacIsaac Progressive Conservative Pictou Centre
  Donald W. Cameron Progressive Conservative Pictou East
  Donald P. McInnes Progressive Conservative Pictou West
  John Leefe Progressive Conservative Queens
  Greg MacIsaac Progressive Conservative Richmond
  John Holm NDP Sackville
  Harold Huskilson Liberal Shelburne
  Ron Giffin Progressive Conservative Truro-Bible Hill
  Fisher Hudson Progressive Conservative Victoria
  Alex McIntosh Progressive Conservative Yarmouth

† denotes the speaker

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ReferencesEdit

  • Government of Nova Scotia. "Election Summary From 1867 - 2006" (PDF). Elections Statistics. Elections Nova Scotia. Archived from the original (PDF) on 12 September 2008. Retrieved 2008-10-27.
Preceded by General Assemblies of Nova Scotia
1984–1988
Succeeded by