60th General Assembly of Prince Edward Island

The 60th General Assembly of Prince Edward Island was in session from January 3, 1997, to March 21, 2000. The Progressive Conservative Party led by Pat Binns formed the government. In 1996, the 16 dual-member districts were changed to 27 single-member districts. Thus the Assemblymen and Councillors were renamed MLAs

60th General Assembly of Prince Edward Island
Majority parliament
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Parliament leaders
PremierPat Binns
Leader of the
Opposition
Paul Connolly
Party caucuses
GovernmentProgressive Conservative Party
OppositionLiberal Party
RecognizedNew Democratic Party
Members27 MLA seats
Sovereign
MonarchElizabeth II
6 February 1952 – present
Lieutenant
Governor
Gilbert Clements
30 August 1995 – 28 May 2001
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Wilbur MacDonald was elected speaker.

There were three sessions of the 60th General Assembly:

Session Start End
1st January 3, 1997 June 11, 1998
2nd November 12, 1998 June 8, 1999
3rd November 16, 1999 November 16, 1999

MembersEdit

District Member Party
Alberton-Miminegash     Hector MacLeod Liberal
Belfast-Pownal Bay     Wilbur MacDonald Progressive Conservative
Borden-Kinkora     Eric Hammill Progressive Conservative
Cascumpec-Grand River     Keith Milligan Liberal
Charlottetown-Kings Square     Wayne Cheverie[1]

Richard Brown (1997)

Liberal
Charlottetown-Rochford Square     Paul Connolly Liberal
Charlottetown-Spring Park     Wes MacAleer Progressive Conservative
Crapaud-Hazel Grove     Norman MacPhee Progressive Conservative
Evangeline-Miscouche     Robert Maddix Liberal
Georgetown-Baldwin's Road     Michael Currie Progressive Conservative
Glen Stewart-Bellevue Cove     Pat Mella Progressive Conservative
Kensington-Malpeque     Mitch Murphy Progressive Conservative
Montague-Kilmuir     Jim Bagnall Progressive Conservative
Morell-Fortune Bay     Kevin MacAdam Progressive Conservative
Murray River-Gaspereaux     Pat Binns Progressive Conservative
North River-Rice Point     Ron MacKinley Liberal
Park Corner-Oyster Bed     Beth MacKenzie Progressive Conservative
Parkdale-Belvedere     Chester Gillan Progressive Conservative
Sherwood-Hillsborough     Elmer MacFadyen Progressive Conservative
Souris-Elmira     Andy Mooney Progressive Conservative
St. Eleanors-Summerside     Nancy Guptill[2] Liberal
Stanhope-East Royalty     Jamie Ballem Progressive Conservative
Tignish-Deblois     Robert Morrissey Liberal
Tracadie-Fort Augustus     Mildred Dover Progressive Conservative
West Point-Bloomfield     Herb Dickieson New Democrat
Wilmot-Summerside     Greg Deighan Progressive Conservative
Winsloe-West Royalty     Don MacKinnon Progressive Conservative

Notes:

  1. ^ resigned to accept appointment
  2. ^ resigned in 1999

ReferencesEdit

  • Election results for the Prince Edward Island Legislative Assembly, 1996-11-18
  • Mars-Proietti, Laura Canadian Parliamentary Guide, 2008 ISBN 978-1-59237-310-9