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Edmonton (N.W.T. electoral district)

Edmonton was a territorial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Northwest Territories, Canada.

The riding was created by royal proclamation in 1883 and abolished in 1905. In 1888 the riding returned the top two candidates after it was merged with the St. Albert electoral district. The district was reverted to a single member constituency and split to recreate St. Albert in 1891 and stayed that way until it was dissolved in 1905.

Contents

  • Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs) 1
  • Election results 2
    • 1883 election 2.1
    • 1885 election 2.2
    • 1888 election 2.3
    • 1891 election 2.4
    • 1894 election 2.5
    • 1896 election 2.6
    • 1898 election 2.7
    • 1902 election 2.8
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs)

[1] Name Elected Left Office
     Frank Oliver 1883 1885
     Herbert Charles Wilson 1885 1891
     Frank Oliver 1888 1896
     Matthew McCauley 1896 1902
     Richard Secord 1902 1904

Election results

1883 election

May 29, 1883 by-election
[1] Name Vote %
     Frank Oliver 155 58.94%
     Francis Lamoureux 94 35.74%
     Stewart D. Mulkins 14 5.32%
Total Votes 263 100%

1885 election

1885 Northwest Territories election
[1] Name Vote %
     Herbert Charles Wilson 120 51.95%
     Frank Oliver 111 48.05%
Total Votes 231 100%

1888 election

1888 Northwest Territories general election
[1] Name Vote % Elected
     Herbert Charles Wilson 395 32.54% X
     Frank Oliver 350 28.83% X
     Samuel Cunningham 319 26.28%
     Daniel Maloney 150 12.35%
Total Votes 1,214 100%

1891 election

1891 Northwest Territories general election
[1] Name Vote %
     Frank Oliver Acclaimed

1894 election

1894 Northwest Territories general election
[1] Name Vote %
     Frank Oliver Acclaimed

1896 election

August 4, 1896 by-election
[1] Name Vote %
     Matthew McCauley 567 58.64%
     Alexander Cameron Rutherford 400 41.36%
Total Votes 967 100%

1898 election

1898 Northwest Territories general election
[1] Name Vote %
     Matthew McCauley 582 48.83%
     Alexander Cameron Rutherford 498 41.77%
     Harry Havelock Robertson 112 9.40%
Total Votes 1,192 100%

1902 election

1902 Northwest Territories general election
[1] Name Vote %
     Richard Secord 527 47.96%
     Matthew McCauley 519 46.97%
     Don Brox 59 5.07%
Total Votes 1,105 100%

See also

  • Edmonton Alberta provincial electoral district.
  • Edmonton federal electoral district.

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i

External links

  • Website of the Legislative Assembly of Northwest Territories

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