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History of Federal Ridings since 1867



REGINA, Saskatchewan (1908 - 1935)


See:ASSINIBOIA WEST (Alberta)( - )
ASSINIBOIA WEST (Saskatchewan)( - )
QU'APPELLE (Saskatchewan)(1908 - 1968)

S.C. 1907, c.41

The electoral district of Regina, bounded as follows: Commencing at the south boundary of the province of Saskatchewan where it is intersected by the meridian between the fourteenth and fifteenth ranges west of the second meridian; thence northerly along the said meridian between the fourteenth and fifteenth ranges west of the second meridian to the north boundary of the eleventh township; thence westerly along the north boundary of the eleventh townships to the meridian between the sixteenth and seventeenth ranges west of the second meridian; thence northerly along the said meridian between the sixteenth and seventeenth ranges west of the second meridian to the north boundary of the twenty-fourth township; thence westerly along the north boundary of the twenty-fourth townships to the third meridian; thence south along the said third meridian to the Qu'Appelle river; thence along the Qu'Appelle river down stream to Buffalo Pound lake; thence southeasterly along the centre of Buffalo Pound lake to where the Qu'Appelle river flows out of the said lake towards the east; thence along the Qu'Appelle river down stream to its most easterly intersection with the north boundary of the eighteenth township; thence easterly along the north boundary of the eighteenth townships to the meridian between the twenty-third and twenty-fourth ranges west of the second meridian; thence southerly along the said meridian between the twenty-third and twenty-fourth ranges west of the second meridian to the said south boundary of the province of Saskatchewan; thence east along the said south boundary of the province of Saskatchewan to the point of commencement.

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
11 1908/10/26 MARTIN, William Melville Lawyer  4,304 54.84% Lib. 
WILKINSON, Thomas   3,544 45.16% Cons. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
12 1911/09/21 MARTIN, William Melville Lawyer  5,811 54.63% Lib. 
COWAN, Walter Davy Dentist  4,081 38.37% Cons. 
FLETCHER, Richard   745 7.00% Ind. 

S.C. 1914, c.51

The electoral district of Regina, bounded as follows:- Commencing at the intersection of the meridian between the sixteenth and seventeenth ranges west of the second meridian with the north boundary of the fifteenth townships; thence northerly along the said meridian between the sixteenth and seventeenth ranges west of the second meridian to the Qu'Appelle river; thence along the Qu'Appelle river up stream to a point where the Canadian Pacific railway crosses the said Qu'Appelle river in the twentieth township in the twenty-first range west of the second meridian; thence northwesterly along the said Canadian Pacific railway to Last Mountain lake at the north boundary of the said twentieth township in the twenty-first range west of the second meridian; thence northwesterly along the centre of Last Mountain lake to the north boundary of the twenty-second townships; thence westerly along the north boundary of the twenty-second townships to the meridian between the first and second ranges west of the third meridian; thence along the Qu'Appelle river down stream to Buffalo Pound lake; thence southeasterly along the centre of Buffalo Pound lake to where the Qu'Appelle river flows out of the said lake towards the east; thence along the Qu'Appelle river down stream to its most easterly intersection with the north boundary of the eighteenth townships; thence southerly along the meridian between the twenty-fourth and twenty-fifth ranges west of the second meridian to the north boundary of the fifteenth townships; thence easterly along the north boundary of the fifteenth townships to the point of commencement. The said electoral district of Regina shall return one member.

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
13 1917/12/17 COWAN, Walter Davy Dentist  10,563 80.25% Union 
MACBETH, Andrew   2,599 19.75% Opp 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
14 1921/12/06 MOTHERWELL, William Richard Farmer  7,786 44.90% Lib. 
MACPHERSON, Murdock Alexander Barrister-at-law  6,008 34.65% Cons. 
MACLEAN, Hugh Surgeon  3,547 20.45% Prog. 

By-Election:   On Mr. Motherwell's acceptance of an office of emolument under the Crown, 3-1-1922

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
1922/01/19 MOTHERWELL, William Richard Farmer  accl.   Lib. 

S.C. 1924, c.63

REGINA consisting of those portions of townships sixteen (16) to twenty-one (21) inclusive, in ranges seventeen (17) to twenty (20) inclusive, west of the second meridian lying south of Qu'Appelle river and extending to the left bank thereof, together with the Muscowpetung Indian Reserve (No. 80).

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
15 1925/10/29 DARKE, Francis Nicholson Agent  7,478 49.32% Lib. 
TURNBULL, Franklin White Barrister  5,399 35.61% Cons. 
COLDWELL, Major James William Teacher  2,284 15.06% Prog. 

By-Election:   On Mr. Darke's resignation, 20-2-1926 to create a vacancy for C.A. Dunning

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
1926/03/16 DUNNING, Charles Avery Minister of Railways and Canals  accl.   Lib. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
16 1926/09/14 DUNNING, Charles Avery Farmer  8,916 52.70% Lib. 
MACKINNON, Andrew G. Barrister  8,001 47.30% Cons. 

By-Election:   On Mr. Dunning's acceptance of an office of emolument under the Crown, 5-10-1926

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
1926/11/02 DUNNING, Charles Avery Minister of Railways and Canals  accl.   Lib. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
17 1930/07/28 TURNBULL, Franklin White Barrister  14,446 57.16% Cons. 
DUNNING, Charles Avery Minister of Finance  10,746 42.52% Lib. 
CARMAN, Lt. Col. R.A. Gentleman  82 0.32% Ind. 

The electoral district was abolished in 1935.


See:LAKE CENTRE (Saskatchewan)(1935 - 1953)
QU'APPELLE (Saskatchewan)(1908 - 1968)
REGINA CITY (Saskatchewan)(1935 - 1968)


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