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MOUNT ROYAL, Quebec (1925 - 1968)


See:JACQUES CARTIER (Quebec)(1867 - 1953)
WESTMOUNT--ST. HENRI (Quebec)(1917 - 1925)

S.C. 1924, c.63

MOUNT ROYAL consisting of that part of the City of Montreal lying east, south and west of a line starting at the intersection of Crémazie Boulevard and the northern limit of the Town of Mount Royal, thence following the centre of Crémazie Boulevard to the centre of the Canadian Pacific Railway track, thence following the centre of the Canadian Pacific Railway track to the centre of Atlantic Avenue, thence following the centre of Atlantic Avenue and its extension to the northern limit of the City of Outremont, thence following the western, southern and eastern limits of the said city to their intersection with the limits of Mount Royal Park at Mount Royal Avenue, thence following the limits of Mount Royal Park to the intersection of Pine Avenue and Cedar Avenue, thence following the centre of Cedar Avenue to Elm Avenue and the centre of Elm Avenue to the limits of the City of Westmount, thence following the northern, western and southern limits of the city of Westmount and the extension of the southern limit of the said city to the centre of St. James Street, thence following the centre of St. James Street to the centre of Clifton Avenue, thence following the centre of Clifton Avenue to the centre of Western Avenue, thence following the centre of Western Avenue to the centre of Grand Boulevard, thence following the centre of Grand Boulevard to the centre of Sherbrooke Street, thence following the centre of Sherbrooke Street to the northern boundary of Montreal West, together with the City of Westmount and Mount Royal.

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
15 1925/10/29 WHITE, Robert Smeaton Journalist  16,377 69.67% Cons. 
CALDER, Robert Louis Lawyer  7,129 30.33% I Lib 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
16 1926/09/14 WHITE, Robert Smeaton Journalist  14,249 76.00% Cons. 
CARVETH, Thomas Henry Broker  4,499 24.00% Lib 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
17 1930/07/28 WHITE, Robert Smeaton Gentleman  19,932 75.46% Cons. 
ENGLAND, Grace Ritchie Physician  6,483 24.54% Lib 

S.C. 1933, c.54

MOUNT ROYAL consisting of that part of the city of Montreal bounded by a line starting at the intersection of St. James Street with Girouard Avenue; thence following the centre of St. James Street to its intersection with the centre of St-Rémi Street, thence following the centre of St-Rémi Street to its intersection with the southern limit of the city of Westmount; thence following the southern limit of the city of Westmount to its intersection with the centre of Kingston Road; thence following the centre of Kingston Road to the centre of Miller Avenue; thence following the centre of Miller Avenue to the centre of Queen Mary Road; thence following the centre of Queen Mary Road to its intersection with the southern limit of Mont-Royal ward of the city of Montreal; thence following the said southern limit to the eastern limit of Côte St-Luc village, thence following the said limit of Côte St-Luc village to its intersection with Côte St-Luc Road; thence following the centre of Côte St-Luc Road to its intersection with the southwestern limit of the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce ward of the city of Montreal, thence following the said southwestern limit to its intersection with the centre of the Canadian Pacific Railway tracks; thence following the centre of the Canadian Pacific Railway tracks to its intersection with the centre of the Canadian National Railway tracks in the town of St-Pierre; thence following the centre of the Canadian National Railway tracks to its intersection with the centre of 6th Avenue of the city of Lachine; thence following the centre of 6th Avenue to the centre of the Canadian National Railway tracks running parallel to Victoria Street of the city of Lachine; thence following the centre of the Canadian National Railway tracks to the centre of 15th Avenue; thence following the centre of 15th Avenue to the bank of Lake St-Louis; thence following the bank of Lake St-Louis to the centre of Lachine canal; thence following the centre of Lachine canal to the extension of Girouard Avenue across the Canadian National Railway yard (Turcot); thence following the said extension to the centre of Girouard Avenue, the point of departure.

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
18 1935/10/14 WALSH, William Allen School principal  16,203 49.45% Cons. 
CAMERON, Adam Kirk Manufacturer  11,967 36.52% Lib 
CHEASLEY, Clifford Henry Advertising agent  2,782 8.49% Rec 
ALMOND, Lloyd B. Engineer  1,473 4.50% CCF 
CARVETH, Thomas Henry Theatre director  343 1.05% Ind. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
19 1940/03/26 WHITMAN, Frederick Primrose Salesman  19,858 56.48% Lib 
WALSH, William Allen School superintendent  13,319 37.88% Na Gov 
ALLEN, John Stanley Educationist  1,983 5.64% CCF 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
20 1945/06/11 WHITMAN, Frederick Primrose Salesman  20,925 46.76% Lib 
HOLLAND, St. Clair Manufacturer  17,798 39.77% P.C. 
ALLEN, John Stanley Educator and scientist  3,608 8.06% CCF 
LAYTON, Gilbert Manager  1,270 2.84% I PC 
TRUAX, Beryl Teacher  1,147 2.56% LPP 

S.C. 1947, c.71

MOUNT ROYAL consisting of that part of the Island of Montreal bounded by a line commencing at a point situated at the intersection of the eastern limit of Laval County with the Canadian Pacific Railway tracks; thence following said tracks to Jean Talon Street; thence following Jean Talon Street to the northern limit of the town of Mount Royal; thence following said limit eastward then southward to its intersection with the Canadian Pacific Railway tracks; thence following said tracks to the prolongation of Darlington avenue; thence following said prolongation and Darlingtion avenue to Côte-Ste-Catherine road; thence following Côte-Ste-Catherine road to its intersection with the prolongation of McKenna Street; thence along said prolongation, then McKenna Street and its prolongation to Côte-des-Neiges road; thence following Côte-des-Neiges road to Coronet road; thence following Coronet road to its intersection with the dividing line between cadastral lots 159 and 160; thence eastward following said dividing line to the western limit of the city of Westmount; thence following said limit to Kingston road; thence following Kingston road to Cedar Crescent; thence following Cedar Crescent and Miller avenue to Queen Mary road; thence following Queen Mary road to Macdonald avenue; thence following Macdonald avenue to Aumont Street; thence following Aumont Street to Dufferin road; thence following Dufferin road to Côte-St-Luc road; thence following Côte-St-Luc road and the southern limit of Notre Dame de Grace Ward of the City of Montreal to its intersection with Lachine Canal; thence southwestward along said canal to its intersection with the southern limit of the Town of Montreal West; thence along said limit of the Town of Montreal West to the southern limit of the village of Côte-St-Luc; thence skirting around the southern limit of the Village of Côte-St-Luc to the eastern limit of Lot 566; thence along the said limit of Lot 566 to Côte-de-Liesse road; thence along Côte-de-Liesse road to a public road known as Montée Vertu; thence along said Montée Vertu to Côte-de-la-Vertu road; thence along said Côte-de-la-Vertu road to a public road known as Montée Bois Franc; thence along said Montée Bois France to Côte-St-Louis or Bois Franc road; thence northwestward following Côte-St-Louis or Bois Franc road to the southern limit of the Village of Saraguay; thence northwestward along said limit of the Village of Saraguay to the easterly limit of Laval County; thence northeastward following the said easterly limit of Laval County to the point of commencement.

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
21 1949/06/27 MACNAUGHTON, Alan Aylesworth Lawyer  21,654 63.83% Lib 
MOORE, Earle Executive  11,550 34.05% P.C. 
WORRALL, Ross Edward Clerk  719 2.12% CCF 

S.C. 1952, c.48

MOUNT ROYAL consisting of that part of the Island of Montreal bounded by a line commencing at the intersection of the C.P.R. main track with Jean Talon Street; thence southerly following Jean Talon Street to the northern limit of the town of Mount Royal; thence easterly and southerly following said northern limit and the eastern limit of the town of Mount Royal to its intersection with the C.P.R. main track; thence southwesterly following the C.P.R. main track to the prolongation of Darlington Avenue; thence southeasterly following said prolongation and Darlington Avenue to Côte-Sainte-Catherine Road; thence southwesterly following Côte-Sainte-Catherine Road to its intersection with the northwesterly prolongation of McKenna Street; thence southeasterly along said prolongation and following McKenna Street and its southeasterly prolongation to Côte des Neiges Road; thence westerly following Côte des Neiges Road to Coronet Road; thence southwesterly following Coronet Road to the prolongation of Surrey Gardens Street; thence southeasterly following said prolongation to the western limit of the city of Westmount; thence southwesterly following said western limit to Kingston Road; thence northerly, westerly and southerly following Kingston Road to Cedar Crescent Street; thence northwesterly following Cedar Crescent and Miller Streets to Queen Mary Road; thence southwesterly following Queen Mary Road to Macdonald Avenue; thence southeasterly following Macdonald Avenue to Aumont Street; thence southwesterly following Aumont Street to Dufferin Road; thence southeasterly following Dufferin Road to Côte-St-Luc Road; thence westerly following Côte-St-Luc Road to its intersection with the southwestern limit of the town of Montreal West and the east side of the C.P.R. right of way; thence southerly following said southwestern limit of the town of Montreal West and continuing southerly along the western limit of Ville Saint-Pierre to its intersection with the southern limit of the town of Côte-Saint-Luc; thence westerly, northerly and westerly following said southern limit of the town of Côte-Saint-Luc to its intersection with the northeastern limit of lot five hundred and sixty-six (566); thence northwesterly along said northeastern limit of lot five hundred and sixty-six (566) to Côte de Liesse Road; thence northerly following Côte de Liesse Road and Cremazie Boulevard to its intersection with the C.P.R. main track; thence easterly following the C.P.R. main track to the point of commencement.

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
22 1953/08/10 MACNAUGHTON, Alan Aylesworth Lawyer  17,183 61.65% Lib 
KERR, Dudley Holden Manager  9,460 33.94% P.C. 
NERENBERG, Norman Secretary  727 2.61% LPP 
WORRALL, Ross Telegraph operator  500 1.79% CCF 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
23 1957/06/10 MACNAUGHTON, Alan Aylesworth Lawyer  23,330 60.42% Lib 
BROWN, George Educator  13,861 35.90% P.C. 
ATWILL, Harold Locomotive engineer  1,420 3.68% CCF 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
24 1958/03/31 MACNAUGHTON, Alan Aylesworth Lawyer  22,051 48.39% Lib 
DAWSON, Reginald J. Accountant  21,562 47.32% P.C. 
ATWILL, Harold Locomotive engineer  1,952 4.28% CCF 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
25 1962/06/18 MACNAUGHTON, Alan Aylesworth Lawyer  31,654 63.01% Lib 
SHENKMAN, Stanley Architect  11,352 22.60% P.C. 
TAYLOR, Charles University professor  6,388 12.72% N.D.P. 
BERNARD, Henri-J. Sales representative  845 1.68% S.C. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
26 1963/04/08 MACNAUGHTON, Alan Aylesworth Lawyer  37,648 70.35% Lib 
TAYLOR, Charles University professor  8,855 16.55% N.D.P. 
COONAN, Thomas Joseph Lawyer  5,693 10.64% P.C. 
GORDON, Austin G. Sales manager  1,318 2.46% S.C. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
27 1965/11/08 TRUDEAU, Pierre Elliott Teacher  28,064 55.65% Lib 
TAYLOR, Charles Teacher  14,929 29.60% N.D.P. 
WISE, Peter S. Accountant  6,840 13.56% P.C. 
SMITH, Michel Electrician  598 1.19% Ral. Créd. 

The electoral district was abolished in 1968.


See:MOUNT ROYAL (Quebec)(1968 - 1988)


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