58th General Assembly of Nova Scotia

The 58th General Assembly of Nova Scotia represented Nova Scotia from 1999 to 2003, its membership being set in the 1999 Nova Scotia election. The Progressive Conservative Party of Nova Scotia, under John Hamm, held the most seats and thus formed the government.

Division of seats

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Affiliation Members
  Progressive Conservative Party 30
  Liberal Party 11
  New Democratic Party 11
Total
52
Government Majority
8

List of members

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Riding Member Party
  Annapolis Frank Chipman Progressive Conservative
  Antigonish Angus MacIsaac Progressive Conservative
  Argyle Neil LeBlanc Progressive Conservative
  Bedford-Fall River Peter G. Christie Progressive Conservative
  Cape Breton Centre Frank Corbett New Democratic
  Cape Breton East Dave Wilson Liberal
  Cape Breton North Russell MacLellan [1] Liberal
  Cecil Clarke[2] Progressive Conservative
  Cape Breton Nova Paul MacEwan Liberal
  Cape Breton South Manning MacDonald Liberal
  Cape Breton-The Lakes Brian Boudreau Liberal
  Cape Breton West Russell MacKinnon Liberal
  Chester-St. Margaret's John Chataway Progressive Conservative
  Clare Wayne Gaudet Liberal
  Colchester-Musquodoboit Valley Brooke Taylor Progressive Conservative
  Colchester North Bill Langille Progressive Conservative
  Cole Harbour-Eastern Passage Kevin Deveaux New Democratic
  Cumberland North Ernie Fage Progressive Conservative
  Cumberland South Murray Scott Progressive Conservative
  Dartmouth-Cole Harbour Darrell Dexter New Democratic
  Dartmouth East Jim Smith Liberal
  Dartmouth North Jerry Pye New Democratic
  Dartmouth South Tim Olive Progressive Conservative
  Digby-Annapolis Gordon Balser Progressive Conservative
  Eastern Shore Bill Dooks Progressive Conservative
  Guysborough-Port Hawkes Ron Chisholm Progressive Conservative
  Halifax Atlantic Robert Chisholm New Democratic
  Halifax Bedford Basin Mary Ann McGrath Progressive Conservative
  Halifax Chebucto Howard Epstein New Democratic
  Halifax Citadel Jane Purves Progressive Conservative
  Halifax Fairview Graham Steele New Democratic
  Halifax Needham Maureen MacDonald New Democratic
  Hants East John MacDonell New Democratic
  Hants West Ron Russell Progressive Conservative
  Inverness Rodney MacDonald Progressive Conservative
  Kings North Mark Parent Progressive Conservative
  Kings South David Morse Progressive Conservative
  Kings West Jon Carey Progressive Conservative
  Lunenburg Michael Baker Progressive Conservative
  Lunenburg West Don Downe[3] Liberal
  Pictou Centre John Hamm Progressive Conservative
  Pictou East James DeWolfe Progressive Conservative
  Pictou West Muriel Baillie Progressive Conservative
  Preston David Hendsbee Progressive Conservative
  Queens Kerry Morash Progressive Conservative
  Richmond Michel Samson Liberal
  Sackville-Beaver Bank Barry Barnet Progressive Conservative
  Sackville-Cobequid John Holm New Democratic
  Shelburne Cecil O'Donnell Progressive Conservative
  Timberlea-Prospect Bill Estabrooks New Democratic
  Truro-Bible Hill Jamie Muir Progressive Conservative
  Victoria Kennie MacAskill Liberal
  Yarmouth Richard Hurlburt Progressive Conservative

Notes

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[4] Russell MacLellan resigned in 2001, Cecil Clarke subsequently won the by-election.
[5] Don Downe resigned before an election was called.

Preceded by General Assemblies of Nova Scotia
1999–2003
Succeeded by