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Sixth Parliament

Term:  1887-04-13 - 1891-02-03

Duration:  1392 days (3 years, 9 months, 22 days)

Government Type:  Majority Government

Government Party:  

  • Liberal-Conservative

Number of Sessions:  4

Writs Issued:  1887-01-17

Date of the General Election:  1887-02-22

Date of the Return of the Writs:  1887-04-07

Prime Minister:

  • Macdonald, John Alexander (1878-10-17 - 1891-06-06)

Leader of the Official Opposition:

  • Laurier, Wilfrid (1887-06-23 - 1896-07-10)
  • Blake, Edward (1880-05-04 - 1887-06-02)

Sessions

Sessions Term: Duration Senate Sittings House of Commons Sittings
4th 1890-01-16 - 1890-05-16 120 67 81
1st 1887-04-13 - 1887-06-23 71 37 49
2nd 1888-02-23 - 1888-05-22 89 50 61
3rd 1889-01-31 - 1889-05-02 91 53 65

Duration of Sittings and Recess of the House of Commons

4th Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Start of Session 1890-01-16 - 1890-04-03 53
Recess 1890-03-24 - 1890-03-25 2
Easter Recess 1890-04-04 - 1890-04-07 4
HoC Sitting 1890-04-08 - 1890-05-16 28
Prorogation 1890-05-16 - 1890-05-16  
Intersession 1890-05-17 - 1891-02-02 262
Dissolution 1891-02-03 - 1891-02-03  

3rd Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Start of Session 1889-01-31 - 1889-05-02 65
Easter Recess 1889-04-19 - 1889-04-19 1
Weekend Sitting 1889-04-20 - 1889-04-20  
Easter Recess 1889-04-21 - 1889-04-21 1
HoC Sitting 1889-04-22 - 1889-04-22  
Prorogation 1889-05-02 - 1889-05-02  
Intersession 1889-05-03 - 1890-01-15 258

2nd Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Start of Session 1888-02-23 - 1888-03-28 25
Easter Recess 1888-03-29 - 1888-04-02 5
HoC Sitting 1888-04-03 - 1888-05-22 36
Prorogation 1888-05-22 - 1888-05-22  
Intersession 1888-05-23 - 1889-01-30 253

1st Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Days between Parliaments 1887-01-16 - 1887-04-12 87
Start of Session 1887-04-13 - 1887-05-18 26
Recess 1887-05-19 - 1887-05-24 6
HoC Sitting 1887-05-25 - 1887-06-23 23
Prorogation 1887-06-23 - 1887-06-23  
Intersession 1887-06-24 - 1888-02-22 244

Speeches from the Throne

(04) 4th Session (1890-01-16 - 1890-05-16)

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Mover of Address: Pope, Rufus Henry
Seconder of Address: Prior, Edward Gawler

House of Commons Debates: 1890-01-17, p. 4, 9
House of Commons Journals: 1890-01-17, vol. 24, p. 6


(03) 3rd Session (1889-01-31 - 1889-05-02)

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Mover of Address: White, Thomas
Seconder of Address: Lépine, Alphonse Télesphore

House of Commons Debates: 1889-02-01, p. 3, 6
House of Commons Journals: 1889-02-01, vol. 23, p. 23


(02) 2nd Session (1888-02-23 - 1888-05-22)

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Mover of Address: Montague, Walter Humphries
Seconder of Address: Joncas, Louis Zéphirin

House of Commons Debates: 1888-02-24, p. 2, 7
House of Commons Journals: 1888-02-24, vol. 22, p. 47


(01) 1st Session (1887-04-13 - 1887-06-23)

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Mover of Address: Porter, Robert
Seconder of Address: Weldon, Richard Chapman

House of Commons Debates: 1887-04-15, p. 7, 8
House of Commons Journals: 1887-04-15, vol. 21, p. 10


Budgets

Date of First Budget: 1887-05-12

Number of Days Between General Election and First Budget: 79 days

Number of Days Between Opening of Parliament and First Budget: 29 days


Date: 1890-03-27

House of Commons Debates: pp. 2530-52

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Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Foster, George Eulas


Date: 1889-03-05

House of Commons Debates: pp. 436-56

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Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Foster, George Eulas


Date: 1888-04-27

House of Commons Debates: pp. 1031-48

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Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Tupper, Charles


Date: 1887-05-12

House of Commons Debates: pp. 384-405

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Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Tupper, Charles


Senate Nominations

Senate Appointments
Name Province / Territory Date of Appointment
Prowse, Samuel Prince Edward Island 1889-09-14
Macdonald, John Ontario 1887-11-09
Reid, James British Columbia 1888-10-08
Fortin, Pierre Quebec 1887-05-13
Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue Quebec 1890-02-03
Rodier, Charles-Séraphin Quebec 1888-12-01
Price, Evan John Quebec 1888-12-01
Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell Quebec 1887-05-12
Rolland, Jean-Baptiste Quebec 1887-10-22
Drummond, George Alexander Quebec 1888-12-01
Hardisty, Richard Charles Northwest Territories 1888-02-23
Lougheed, James Alexander Northwest Territories 1889-12-10
McLaren, Peter Ontario 1890-02-21
Murphy, Edward Quebec 1889-05-30
Boulton, Charles Arkoll Manitoba 1889-12-10
Perley, William Dell Northwest Territories 1888-08-03

By-Elections

Date of Election Name Constituency Political Affiliation
1888-02-01 Dickinson, George Lemuel Carleton (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1889-12-18 Colby, Charles Carroll Stanstead (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
1889-01-24 LaRivière, Alphonse Alfred Clément Provencher (Manitoba) Conservative (1867-1942)
1887-11-12 Montague, Walter Humphries Haldimand (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1888-03-17 Corby, Henry Hastings West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1888-11-22 Barnard, Frank Stillman Cariboo (British Columbia) Conservative (1867-1942)
1890-05-23 Rykert, John Charles Lincoln and Niagara (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1890-07-31 Léger, Édouard H. Kent (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
1888-02-07 Henderson, David Halton (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1889-01-16 Neveu, Hilaire Joliette (Quebec) Nationalist

General Election (1887-02-22)

Name Constituency Political Affiliation
Guay, Pierre Malcom Lévis (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Robillard, Honoré Ottawa (City of) (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Perley, William Goodhue Ottawa (City of) (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Kirk, John Angus Guysborough (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Curran, John Joseph Montreal Centre (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Gordon, David William Vancouver (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
Smith, Donald Alexander Montreal West (Quebec) Independent Conservative
Landry, Pierre Amand Kent (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Campbell, John Digby (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Baker, Edgar Crow Victoria (British Columbia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Shakespeare, Noah Victoria (British Columbia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Scarth, William Bain Winnipeg (Manitoba) Conservative (1867-1942)
Gigault, Georges Auguste Rouville (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Robertson, Alexander Hastings West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Langevin, Hector-Louis Three Rivers (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Casgrain, Philippe Baby L'Islet (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
McMillan, Hugh Vaudreuil (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Couture, Paul Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec) Independent
Ward, Henry Alfred Durham East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Paterson, William Brant South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Hale, Frederick Harding Carleton (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
Moffat, Robert Restigouche (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Foster, George Eulas King's (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Macdonald, John Alexander Carleton (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Tupper, Charles Cumberland (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Guilbault, Édouard Joliette (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Thompson, John Sparrow David Antigonish (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Cargill, Henry Bruce East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Macdowall, Day Hort Saskatchewan (Provisional District) (Northwest Territories) Conservative (1867-1942)
Holton, Edward Châteauguay (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Mills, David Bothwell (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Ferguson, Charles Frederick Leeds North and Grenville North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Hall, Robert Newton Sherbrooke (Town of) (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Fisher, Sydney Arthur Brome (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Small, John Toronto East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Tupper, Charles Hibbert Pictou (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
McDougald, John Pictou (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Lovitt, John Yarmouth (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Joncas, Louis Zéphirin Gaspé (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ferguson, John Welland (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Davis, Donald Watson Alberta (Provisional District) (Northwest Territories) Conservative (1867-1942)
Turcot, Georges Mégantic (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Choquette, Philippe Auguste Montmagny (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Roome, William Frederick Middlesex West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Dupont, Flavien Bagot (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Putnam, Alfred Hants (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Watson, Robert Marquette (Manitoba) Liberal Party of Canada
Thérien, Olaüs Montcalm (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
McCulla, William Armstrong Peel (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Sutherland, James Oxford North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Duchesnay, Henri Jules Juchereau Dorchester (Quebec) Nationalist Conservative
Beausoleil, Cléophas Berthier (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Porter, Robert Huron West (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Brien, James Essex South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
McMullen, James Wellington North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Davin, Nicholas Flood Assiniboia West (Northwest Territories) Conservative (1867-1942)
Daoust, Jean-Baptiste Two Mountains (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
O'Brien, William Edward Muskoka and Parry Sound (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
McIntyre, Peter Adolphus King's County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
Robertson, James Edwin King's County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
Dessaint, Alexis Kamouraska (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Masson, James Grey North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Campbell, Archibald Kent (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Colby, Charles Carroll Stanstead (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Béchard, François Iberville (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Bain, James William Soulanges (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Wilson, James Crocket Argenteuil (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Purcell, Patrick Glengarry (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Patterson, James Colebrooke Essex North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ross, Arthur Wellington Lisgar (Manitoba) Liberal-Conservative
Guillet, George Northumberland West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Langelier, Charles Montmorency (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Denison, Frederick Charles Toronto West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Carpenter, Franklin Metcalfe Wentworth South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Geoffrion, Félix Verchères (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Wilson, Uriah Lennox (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Rykert, John Charles Lincoln and Niagara (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Perley, William Dell Assiniboia East (Northwest Territories) Conservative (1867-1942)
Davies, Louis Henry Queen's County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
Welsh, William Queen's County (Prince Edward Island) Independent Liberal
Cameron, Hugh Inverness (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Burdett, Samuel Barton Hastings East (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Yeo, James Prince County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
Perry, Stanislaus Francis Prince County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
Macdonald, Peter Huron East (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Clayes, George Missisquoi (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Desaulniers, François Sévère Lesieur Saint Maurice (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
de Saint-Georges, Joseph Esdras Alfred Portneuf (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
MacKeen, David Cape Breton (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
McDougall, Hector Francis Cape Breton (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Charlton, John Norfolk North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Casey, George Elliott Elgin West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Smith, William Ontario South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Lister, James Frederick Lambton West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Girouard, Désiré Jacques Cartier (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Doyon, Cyrille Laprairie (Quebec) Independent Liberal
Mulock, William York North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Blake, Edward Bruce West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Sainte-Marie, Louis Napierville (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
McLelan, Archibald Woodbury Colchester (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Langelier, François Charles Stanislas Quebec-Centre (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Bergeron, Joseph Gédéon Horace Beauharnois (Quebec) Independent Conservative
Barron, John Augustus Victoria North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Landerkin, George Grey South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Daly, Thomas Mayne Selkirk (Manitoba) Liberal-Conservative
Somerville, James Brant North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Burns, Kennedy Francis Gloucester (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Jamieson, Joseph Lanark North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Platt, John Milton Prince Edward (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Flynn, Edmund Power Richmond (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Cockburn, George Ralph Richardson Toronto Centre (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Taylor, George Leeds South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Freeman, Joshua Newton Queens (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Montague, Walter Humphries Haldimand (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Borden, Frederick William Kings (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Reid, James Cariboo (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
Labelle, Jean-Baptiste Richelieu (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Weldon, Richard Chapman Albert (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Blake, Edward Durham West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Préfontaine, Joseph Raymond Fournier Chambly (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Bowman, Isaac Erb Waterloo North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Riopel, Louis Joseph Bonaventure (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Campbell, Robert Renfrew South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Bryson, John Pontiac (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Mills, John Burpee Annapolis (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Wilmot, Robert Duncan Sunbury (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Coulombe, Charles Jérémie Maskinongé (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Labrosse, Simon Prescott (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Bernier, Michel Esdras St. Hyacinthe (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Wood, Josiah Westmorland (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Gillmor, Arthur Hill Charlotte (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Hudspeth, Adam Victoria South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Eisenhauer, James Daniel Lunenburg (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Coursol, Michel Charles Joseph Montreal East (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Coughlin, Timothy Middlesex North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Robertson, Thomas Shelburne (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Edgar, James David Ontario West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Trow, James Perth South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Costigan, John Victoria (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
Wallace, Nathaniel Clarke York West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bain, Thomas Wentworth North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Lavergne, Joseph Drummond--Arthabaska (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Jones, Alfred Gilpin Halifax (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Kenny, Thomas Edward Halifax (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Carling, John London (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Bourassa, François St. John's (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Skinner, Charles Nelson St. John (City and County of) (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Weldon, Charles Wesley St. John (City and County of) (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Madill, Frank Ontario North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Mallory, Albert Elhanon Northumberland East (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Semple, Andrew Wellington Centre (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Mackenzie, Alexander York East (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Livingston, James Waterloo South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
McGreevy, Thomas Quebec West (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Bell, John William Addington (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Amyot, Guillaume Bellechasse (Quebec) Nationalist
Chisholm, Donald New Westminster (British Columbia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Boyle, Arthur Monck (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Wood, John Fisher Brockville (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Godbout, Joseph Beauce (Quebec) Independent Liberal
Lang, John Peterborough East (Ontario) Independent Liberal
Haggart, John Graham Lanark South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
White, Peter Renfrew North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Audet, Antoine Shefford (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Edwards, William Cameron Russell (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Montplaisir, Hippolyte Champlain (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Temple, Thomas York (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Innes, James Wellington South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Ouimet, Joseph-Aldéric Laval (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Stevenson, James Peterborough West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Cook, Herman Henry Simcoe East (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
McCarthy, D'Alton Simcoe North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Caron, Adolphe-Philippe Quebec County (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Kirkpatrick, George Airey Frontenac (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
McDonald, John Archibald Victoria (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Shanly, Walter Grenville South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Dawson, Simon James Algoma (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Vanasse, Fabien Yamaska (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ives, William Bullock Richmond--Wolfe (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Cimon, Simon Xavier Charlevoix (Quebec) Independent Liberal
McNeill, Alexander Bruce North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Marshall, Joseph Henry Middlesex East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Desjardins, Alphonse Hochelaga (Quebec) Independent Conservative
Wright, Alonzo Ottawa (County of) (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Macdonald, John Alexander Kingston (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Grandbois, Paul Étienne Témiscouata (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
King, George Gerald Queen's (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Wilson, John Henry Elgin East (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Waldie, John Halton (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Pope, John Henry Compton (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Ellis, John Valentine St. John (City of ) (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Tyrwhitt, Richard Simcoe South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Royal, Joseph Provencher (Manitoba) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bergin, Darby Cornwall and Stormont (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Hickey, Charles Erastus Dundas (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bowell, Mackenzie Hastings North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Hesson, Samuel Rollin Perth North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Tisdale, David Norfolk South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Cartwright, Richard John Oxford South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
McMillan, John Huron South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Mitchell, Peter Northumberland (New Brunswick) Independent Liberal
Mara, John Andrew Yale (British Columbia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Gaudet, Athanase Nicolet (Quebec) Nationalist Conservative
Chapleau, Joseph Adolphe Terrebonne (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Armstrong, James Middlesex South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Gauthier, Joseph L'Assomption (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Rinfret, Côme Isaïe Lotbinière (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Moncrieff, George Lambton East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
White, Thomas Cardwell (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Sproule, Thomas Simpson Grey East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Fiset, Jean-Baptiste Romuald Rimouski (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Scriver, Julius Huntingdon (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Brown, Adam Hamilton (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
McKay, Alexander Hamilton (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Laurier, Wilfrid Quebec East (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada

Party Standings in the Senate

Date Ind. Nat. Cons. Ind. Cons. Lib.-Cons. Lib. Nat. Lib. Cons. Vacant Total
1891-02-03
(Dissolution)
1 1 1 13 20 1 39 4 80
1887-02-22
(Election)
1 1 1 14 20 1 39 3 80

List of changes to party standings

Date Change
1888-03-12 Senator:  Plumb, Josiah Burr
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1889-10-10 Senator:  Turner, James
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Death
1889-09-14 Senator:  Prowse, Samuel
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1887-11-09 Senator:  Macdonald, John
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Independent Liberal

Appointed
1890-02-04 Senator:  Macdonald, John
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Independent Liberal

Death
1888-10-08 Senator:  Reid, James
Province / Territory:  British Columbia
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1888-05-30 Senator:  Ferrier, James
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1887-05-07 Senator:  Cormier, Charles
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Nationalist Liberal

Death
1887-05-13 Senator:  Fortin, Pierre
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1888-06-15 Senator:  Fortin, Pierre
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1890-10-18 Senator:  Archibald, Thomas Dickson
Province / Territory:  Nova Scotia
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Death
1890-02-03 Senator:  Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1888-12-01 Senator:  Rodier, Charles-Séraphin
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1890-01-26 Senator:  Rodier, Charles-Séraphin
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1891-02-09 Senator:  Montplaisir, Hippolyte
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1888-12-01 Senator:  Price, Evan John
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1887-05-12 Senator:  Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1887-10-22 Senator:  Rolland, Jean-Baptiste
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1888-03-22 Senator:  Rolland, Jean-Baptiste
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1888-12-01 Senator:  Drummond, George Alexander
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1888-08-21 Senator:  Ferguson, Lieut. Col. John
Province / Territory:  New Brunswick
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1888-02-23 Senator:  Hardisty, Richard Charles
Province / Territory:  Northwest Territories
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1889-10-15 Senator:  Hardisty, Richard Charles
Province / Territory:  Northwest Territories
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1888-10-01 Senator:  Ross, James Gibb
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1891-02-18 Senator:  Howlan, George William
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Resignation
1889-12-10 Senator:  Lougheed, James Alexander
Province / Territory:  Northwest Territories
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1890-02-21 Senator:  McLaren, Peter
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1887-10-11 Senator:  Sénécal, Louis Adélard
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1889-05-30 Senator:  Murphy, Edward
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1887-05 Senator:  Hamilton, John (1827-1888)
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation
1888-07-01 Senator:  Schultz, John Christian
Province / Territory:  Manitoba
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resignation
1889-12-10 Senator:  Boulton, Charles Arkoll
Province / Territory:  Manitoba
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1888-08-03 Senator:  Perley, William Dell
Province / Territory:  Northwest Territories
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1890-01-17 Senator:  Trudel, François-Xavier-Anselme
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1887-09-22 Senator:  McMaster, William
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Death
1891-02-09 Senator:  Tassé, Joseph
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1889-07-03 Senator:  Carvell, Jedediah Slason
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation
1889-05-25 Senator:  Ryan, Thomas
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Death

Party Standings in the House of Commons

Date Lib.-Cons. Lib. Cons. Ind. Lib. Nat. Cons. Nat. Ind. Cons. Ind. Vacant Total
1887-02-22
(Election)
27 79 96 6 2 1 3 1 0 215

List of changes to party standings

Date Change
1890-04-26 M.P.:  Mackintosh, Charles Herbert
Constituency:  Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1890-12-09 M.P.:  Paradis, François-Xavier
Constituency:  Napierville (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Paradis, François-Xavier
Constituency:  Napierville (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1890-07-25 M.P.:  Desjardins, Louis-Georges
Constituency:  Montmorency (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Desjardins, Louis-Georges
Constituency:  Montmorency (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Langelier's resignation, 10-6-1890
1887-10-18 M.P.:  Massue, Joseph-Aimé
Constituency:  Richelieu (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Massue, Joseph-Aimé
Constituency:  Richelieu (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Labelle's death, 3-8-1887
1889-01-16 M.P.:  Neveu, Hilaire
Constituency:  Joliette (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Nationalist

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Neveu, Hilaire
Constituency:  Joliette (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Nationalist

On election being declared void, 6-11-1888
1888-11-22 M.P.:  Barnard, Frank Stillman
Constituency:  Cariboo (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-03-27 M.P.:  Meigs, Daniel Bishop
Constituency:  Missisquoi (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Meigs, Daniel Bishop
Constituency:  Missisquoi (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On Mr. Clayes' death, 3-3-1888
1888-02-07 M.P.:  Henderson, David
Constituency:  Halton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-07-17 M.P.:  Henderson, David
Constituency:  Halton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Waldie being unseated, 19-1-1888, for bribery by agents
1887-10-19 M.P.:  Rowand, James
Constituency:  Bruce West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-01-07 M.P.:  Chouinard, Honoré Julien Jean-Baptiste
Constituency:  Dorchester (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Chouinard, Honoré Julien Jean-Baptiste
Constituency:  Dorchester (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Duchesnay's death, 6-7-1887
1888-10-22 M.P.:  Laurie, John Wimburne
Constituency:  Shelburne (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Laurie, John Wimburne
Constituency:  Shelburne (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On election being declared void, 1887/11/09
1887-12-15 M.P.:  Laurie, John Wimburne
Constituency:  Shelburne (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-09-15 M.P.:  Laurie, John Wimburne
Constituency:  Shelburne (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On election being declared void, 1887/11/09
1888-02-01 M.P.:  Dickinson, George Lemuel
Constituency:  Carleton (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Dickinson, George Lemuel
Constituency:  Carleton (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On the election of J.A. Macdonald to sit for Kingston
1888-01-23 M.P.:  Prior, Edward Gawler
Constituency:  Victoria (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1889-01-24 M.P.:  LaRivière, Alphonse Alfred Clément
Constituency:  Provencher (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-01-18 M.P.:  Baird, George Frederick
Constituency:  Queen's (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Baird, George Frederick
Constituency:  Queen's (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Baird's resignation because his election was contested, 24-11-1887
1887-11-24 M.P.:  Baird, George Frederick
Constituency:  Queen's (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Baird's resignation because his election was contested, 24-11-1887
1887-11-20 M.P.:  Campbell, Charles James
Constituency:  Victoria (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On election being declared void
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Fisher, Sydney Arthur
Constituency:  Brome (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Coulombe, Charles Jérémie
Constituency:  Maskinongé (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Ellis, John Valentine
Constituency:  St. John (City of ) (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Thérien, Olaüs
Constituency:  Montcalm (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Ward, Henry Alfred
Constituency:  Durham East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  McMillan, Hugh
Constituency:  Vaudreuil (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Kirk, John Angus
Constituency:  Guysborough (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Holton, Edward
Constituency:  Châteauguay (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1888-11-21 M.P.:  Cochrane, Edward
Constituency:  Northumberland East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1887-12-22 M.P.:  Cochrane, Edward
Constituency:  Northumberland East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-10-12 M.P.:  Cochrane, Edward
Constituency:  Northumberland East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On election being declared void, 12-10-1888
1887-05-21 M.P.:  Moffat, George
Constituency:  Restigouche (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Moffat, George
Constituency:  Restigouche (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Moffatt's death, 25-4-1887
1888-01-09 M.P.:  Edwards, William Cameron
Constituency:  Russell (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

On Mr. Edwards being unseated for bribery
1888-05-07 M.P.:  Edwards, William Cameron
Constituency:  Russell (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-08-15 M.P.:  Archibald, Adams George
Constituency:  Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1887-11-21 M.P.:  McDonald, John Archibald
Constituency:  Victoria (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1887-10-17 M.P.:  McDonald, John Archibald
Constituency:  Victoria (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On election being declared void
1888-02-20 M.P.:  Roome, William Frederick
Constituency:  Middlesex West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Roome being unseated on petition, 10-2-1888
1888-03-10 M.P.:  Roome, William Frederick
Constituency:  Middlesex West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-08-02 M.P.:  Perley, William Dell
Constituency:  Assiniboia East (Northwest Territories)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1887-06-26 M.P.:  Cimon, Simon Xavier
Constituency:  Charlevoix (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Langevin, Hector-Louis
Constituency:  Three Rivers (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1889-10-28 M.P.:  Earle, Thomas
Constituency:  Victoria (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1890-12-18 M.P.:  Fairbairn, Charles
Constituency:  Victoria South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1890-06-10 M.P.:  Langelier, Charles
Constituency:  Montmorency (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Casgrain, Philippe Baby
Constituency:  L'Islet (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1889-04-01 M.P.:  Pope, John Henry
Constituency:  Compton (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1887-10-03 M.P.:  McLelan, Archibald Woodbury
Constituency:  Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. McLelan being unseated for bribery by agents
1887-10-27 M.P.:  McLelan, Archibald Woodbury
Constituency:  Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-07-08 M.P.:  McLelan, Archibald Woodbury
Constituency:  Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. McLelan being unseated for bribery by agents
1887-08-02 M.P.:  Ferguson, John
Constituency:  Renfrew South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Patterson, James Colebrooke
Constituency:  Essex North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Labrosse, Simon
Constituency:  Prescott (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Mitchell, Peter
Constituency:  Northumberland (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Brien, James
Constituency:  Essex South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1888-08-22 M.P.:  Waldie, John
Constituency:  Halton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Waldie, John
Constituency:  Halton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On Mr. Henderson being unseated for corrupt practices by agents
1888-01-19 M.P.:  Waldie, John
Constituency:  Halton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On Mr. Henderson being unseated for corrupt practices by agents
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Couture, Paul
Constituency:  Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Independent

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Coughlin, Timothy
Constituency:  Middlesex North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1890-06-19 M.P.:  de Saint-Georges, Joseph Esdras Alfred
Constituency:  Portneuf (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1887-07-16 M.P.:  Jones, Herbert Ladd
Constituency:  Digby (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Jones, Herbert Ladd
Constituency:  Digby (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Campbell's death, 1887/05/26
1888-02-29 M.P.:  Robertson, Alexander
Constituency:  Hastings West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1887-11-09 M.P.:  Robertson, Thomas
Constituency:  Shelburne (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On election being declared void, 1887/11/09
1888-09-26 M.P.:  Lépine, Alphonse Télesphore
Constituency:  Montreal East (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  McIntyre, Peter Adolphus
Constituency:  King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1888-06-18 M.P.:  Tupper, Charles Hibbert
Constituency:  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-05-31 M.P.:  Tupper, Charles Hibbert
Constituency:  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Tupper being appointed Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 1888/06/31
1888-03-17 M.P.:  Corby, Henry
Constituency:  Hastings West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Bain, James William
Constituency:  Soulanges (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Hall, Robert Newton
Constituency:  Sherbrooke (Town of) (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Wilson, John Henry
Constituency:  Elgin East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Ives, William Bullock
Constituency:  Richmond--Wolfe (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Porter, Robert
Constituency:  Huron West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Vanasse, Fabien
Constituency:  Yamaska (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1890-06-19 M.P.:  Corbould, Gordon Edward
Constituency:  New Westminster (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Doyon, Cyrille
Constituency:  Laprairie (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Liberal

 
1890-04-14 M.P.:  Landry, Pierre Amand
Constituency:  Kent (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-05-22 M.P.:  Tupper, Charles
Constituency:  Cumberland (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Tupper being named Minister of Finance, 1887/01/27
1887-11-09 M.P.:  Tupper, Charles
Constituency:  Cumberland (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Political Affiliation Change
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Brown, Adam
Constituency:  Hamilton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-05-02 M.P.:  Campbell, Archibald
Constituency:  Kent (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

Elected at a By-Election.
1887-11-17 M.P.:  Campbell, Archibald
Constituency:  Kent (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

On Mr. Campbell being unseated, 17-11-1887
1890-04-05 M.P.:  Chisholm, Donald
Constituency:  New Westminster (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Jones, Alfred Gilpin
Constituency:  Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Anti-Confederate

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Lang, John
Constituency:  Peterborough East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Liberal

 
1890-04-01 M.P.:  Perley, William Goodhue
Constituency:  Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-03-03 M.P.:  Gauthier, Joseph
Constituency:  L'Assomption (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On Mr. Gauthier being unseated, 3-3-1888
1888-04-03 M.P.:  Gauthier, Joseph
Constituency:  L'Assomption (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Wright, Alonzo
Constituency:  Ottawa (County of) (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1888-07-13 M.P.:  Dickey, Arthur Rupert
Constituency:  Cumberland (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-11-29 M.P.:  Dickey, Arthur Rupert
Constituency:  Cumberland (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On election being declared void
1888-12-26 M.P.:  Dickey, Arthur Rupert
Constituency:  Cumberland (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-04-29 M.P.:  Gaudet, Athanase
Constituency:  Nicolet (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Nationalist Conservative

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Turcot, Georges
Constituency:  Mégantic (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Freeman, Joshua Newton
Constituency:  Queens (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Robertson, James Edwin
Constituency:  King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Wilson, Uriah
Constituency:  Lennox (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Bell, John William
Constituency:  Addington (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-04-21 M.P.:  White, Thomas
Constituency:  Cardwell (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Riopel, Louis Joseph
Constituency:  Bonaventure (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Purcell, Patrick
Constituency:  Glengarry (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1887-07-06 M.P.:  Duchesnay, Henri Jules Juchereau
Constituency:  Dorchester (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Nationalist

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Boyle, Arthur
Constituency:  Monck (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-09-12 M.P.:  Dewdney, Edgar
Constituency:  Assiniboia East (Northwest Territories)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Audet, Antoine
Constituency:  Shefford (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Flynn, Edmund Power
Constituency:  Richmond (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1890-07-31 M.P.:  Léger, Édouard H.
Constituency:  Kent (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1889-05-16 M.P.:  Pope, Rufus Henry
Constituency:  Compton (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1887-09-28 M.P.:  Cimon, Simon
Constituency:  Charlevoix (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Cimon, Simon
Constituency:  Charlevoix (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Cimon's death, 26-6-1887
1889-01-30 M.P.:  Colter, Charles Wesley
Constituency:  Haldimand (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1890-01-22 M.P.:  Colter, Charles Wesley
Constituency:  Haldimand (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On the election being declared void
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Bryson, John
Constituency:  Pontiac (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-11-06 M.P.:  Guilbault, Édouard
Constituency:  Joliette (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On election being declared void, 6-11-1888
1889-05-02 M.P.:  Baker, Edgar Crow
Constituency:  Victoria (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1889-12-18 M.P.:  Colby, Charles Carroll
Constituency:  Stanstead (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Colby, Charles Carroll
Constituency:  Stanstead (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

On Mr. Colby being appointed President of the Privy Council, 28-11-1889
1889-11-27 M.P.:  Colby, Charles Carroll
Constituency:  Stanstead (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

On Mr. Colby being appointed President of the Privy Council, 28-11-1889
1891-02-08 M.P.:  Montplaisir, Hippolyte
Constituency:  Champlain (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1888-08-15 M.P.:  Haggart, John Graham
Constituency:  Lanark South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-08-02 M.P.:  Haggart, John Graham
Constituency:  Lanark South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Haggart being named Postmaster General, 3-8-1888
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Weldon, Charles Wesley
Constituency:  St. John (City and County of) (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Guillet, George
Constituency:  Northumberland West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Dawson, Simon James
Constituency:  Algoma (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-08-04 M.P.:  Coursol, Michel Charles Joseph
Constituency:  Montreal East (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Shanly, Walter
Constituency:  Grenville South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-10-03 M.P.:  White, Robert Smeaton
Constituency:  Cardwell (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Eisenhauer, James Daniel
Constituency:  Lunenburg (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1887-12-29 M.P.:  Macdonald, John Alexander
Constituency:  Carleton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Cook, Herman Henry
Constituency:  Simcoe East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1887-11-16 M.P.:  Mallory, Albert Elhanon
Constituency:  Northumberland East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On Mr. Mallory being unseated for bribery by agents, 16-11-1887
1887-08-13 M.P.:  Lovitt, John
Constituency:  Yarmouth (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

On election being declared void, 1987/08/13
1887-12-15 M.P.:  Lovitt, John
Constituency:  Yarmouth (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Lovitt, John
Constituency:  Yarmouth (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

On election being declared void, 1987/08/13
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Hickey, Charles Erastus
Constituency:  Dundas (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Gigault, Georges Auguste
Constituency:  Rouville (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1890-12-18 M.P.:  Dessaint, Alexis
Constituency:  Kamouraska (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Small, John
Constituency:  Toronto East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-03-03 M.P.:  Clayes, George
Constituency:  Missisquoi (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Blake, Edward
Constituency:  Durham West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1890-05-23 M.P.:  Rykert, John Charles
Constituency:  Lincoln and Niagara (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Rykert, John Charles
Constituency:  Lincoln and Niagara (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Rykert's resignation, 2-5-1890
1890-05-02 M.P.:  Rykert, John Charles
Constituency:  Lincoln and Niagara (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Rykert's resignation, 2-5-1890
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Caron, Adolphe-Philippe
Constituency:  Quebec County (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Hesson, Samuel Rollin
Constituency:  Perth North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1887-06-14 M.P.:  Campbell, Robert
Constituency:  Renfrew South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Ferguson, John
Constituency:  Welland (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Scarth, William Bain
Constituency:  Winnipeg (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  McCulla, William Armstrong
Constituency:  Peel (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1887-06-01 M.P.:  Shakespeare, Noah
Constituency:  Victoria (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1887-05-26 M.P.:  Campbell, John
Constituency:  Digby (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-07-17 M.P.:  Boisvert, Fabien
Constituency:  Nicolet (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Boisvert, Fabien
Constituency:  Nicolet (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Gaudet's death, 29-4-1888
1887-04-25 M.P.:  Moffat, Robert
Constituency:  Restigouche (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Carling, John
Constituency:  London (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Wilson, James Crocket
Constituency:  Argenteuil (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1887-11-12 M.P.:  Montague, Walter Humphries
Constituency:  Haldimand (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-12-14 M.P.:  Montague, Walter Humphries
Constituency:  Haldimand (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On the election being declared void
1887-10-15 M.P.:  Montague, Walter Humphries
Constituency:  Haldimand (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On the election being declared void
1890-02-20 M.P.:  Montague, Walter Humphries
Constituency:  Haldimand (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1887-08-03 M.P.:  Labelle, Jean-Baptiste
Constituency:  Richelieu (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-10-07 M.P.:  Reid, James
Constituency:  Cariboo (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1887-04-20 M.P.:  Hudspeth, Adam
Constituency:  Victoria South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1890-05-12 M.P.:  Hudspeth, Adam
Constituency:  Victoria South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Hudspeth's resignation, March 1887
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Smith, William
Constituency:  Ontario South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-03-10 M.P.:  Platt, John Milton
Constituency:  Prince Edward (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Platt, John Milton
Constituency:  Prince Edward (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On election being declared void
1888-02-09 M.P.:  Platt, John Milton
Constituency:  Prince Edward (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On election being declared void
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Fiset, Jean-Baptiste Romuald
Constituency:  Rimouski (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1888-07-03 M.P.:  Royal, Joseph
Constituency:  Provencher (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1890-06-10 M.P.:  Sainte-Marie, Louis
Constituency:  Napierville (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Cargill, Henry
Constituency:  Bruce East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Cargill's resignation, as he was already holding a Crown appointment (postmaster), and on his resignation as postmaster

Senators at Time of Dissolution

Senators
Political Affiliation Name Province / Territory Date of Appointment
Liberal-Conservative Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell Quebec 1887-05-12
Conservative (1867-1942) Alexander, George Ontario 1873-05-30
Conservative (1867-1942) Allan, George William Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Almon, William Johnston Nova Scotia 1879-04-15
Conservative (1867-1942) Armand, Joseph François Quebec 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Baillargeon, Pierre Quebec 1874-03-27
Conservative (1867-1942) Bellerose, Joseph Hyacinthe Quebec 1873-10-07
Nationalist Conservative Bolduc, Joseph Quebec 1884-10-03
Conservative (1867-1942) Botsford, Amos Edwin New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Boucher de Boucherville, Charles Eugène Quebec 1879-02-12
Liberal-Conservative Boulton, Charles Arkoll Manitoba 1889-12-10
Liberal-Conservative Boyd, John New Brunswick 1880-02-11
Conservative (1867-1942) Casgrain, Charles Eusèbe Ontario 1887-01-12
Liberal Party of Canada Chaffers, William Henry Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Clemow, Francis Ontario 1885-02-03
Conservative (1867-1942) Cochrane, Matthew Henry Quebec 1872-10-17
Conservative (1867-1942) Deblois, Pierre Antoine Quebec 1883-02-13
Liberal Party of Canada Dever, James New Brunswick 1868-03-14
Conservative (1867-1942) Dickey, Robert Barry Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Drummond, George Alexander Quebec 1888-12-01
Liberal Party of Canada Flint, Billa Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Girard, Marc-Amable Manitoba 1871-12-13
Liberal Party of Canada Glasier, John New Brunswick 1868-03-14
Liberal-Conservative Gowan, James Robert Ontario 1885-01-29
Liberal Party of Canada Grant, Robert Patterson Nova Scotia 1877-02-02
Conservative (1867-1942) Guévremont, Jean-Baptiste Quebec 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Haythorne, Robert Poore Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Liberal Party of Canada Howlan, George William Prince Edward Island 1881-01-05
Conservative (1867-1942) Kaulback, Henry Adolphus Newman Nova Scotia 1872-03-27
Conservative (1867-1942) Lacoste, Alexandre Quebec 1884-01-11
Liberal Party of Canada Leonard, Elijah Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Lewin, James Davies New Brunswick 1876-11-10
Liberal-Conservative Lougheed, James Alexander Northwest Territories 1889-12-10
Conservative (1867-1942) Macdonald, William John British Columbia 1871-12-13
Conservative (1867-1942) Macfarlane, Alexander Nova Scotia 1870-10-10
Liberal-Conservative MacInnes, Donald Ontario 1881-12-24
Conservative (1867-1942) Macpherson, David Lewis Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue Quebec 1890-02-03
Liberal-Conservative McCallum, Lachlin Ontario 1887-02-04
Liberal Party of Canada McClelan, Abner Reid New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) McDonald, William Nova Scotia 1884-05-12
Independent McInnes, Thomas Robert British Columbia 1881-12-24
Liberal-Conservative McKay, Thomas Nova Scotia 1881-12-24
Conservative (1867-1942) McKindsey, George Crawford Ontario 1884-01-11
Conservative (1867-1942) McLaren, Peter Ontario 1890-02-21
Conservative (1867-1942) McMillan, Donald Ontario 1884-01-11
Conservative (1867-1942) Merner, Samuel Ontario 1887-01-12
Liberal-Conservative Miller, William Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Montgomery, Donald Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Liberal-Conservative Murphy, Edward Quebec 1889-05-30
Liberal-Conservative O'Donohue, John Ontario 1882-05-21
Conservative (1867-1942) Odell, William Hunter New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Ogilvie, Alexander Walker Quebec 1881-12-24
Liberal Party of Canada Pâquet, Anselme Homère Quebec 1874-12-09
Liberal Party of Canada Pelletier, Charles Alphonse Pantaléon Quebec 1877-02-02
Conservative (1867-1942) Perley, William Dell Northwest Territories 1888-08-03
Liberal-Conservative Poirier, Pascal New Brunswick 1885-03-09
Liberal Party of Canada Power, Lawrence Geoffrey Nova Scotia 1877-02-02
Conservative (1867-1942) Price, Evan John Quebec 1888-12-01
Liberal-Conservative Prowse, Samuel Prince Edward Island 1889-09-14
Conservative (1867-1942) Read, Robert Ontario 1871-02-24
Liberal Party of Canada Reesor, David Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Reid, James British Columbia 1888-10-08
Conservative (1867-1942) Robitaille, Théodore Quebec 1885-01-29
Conservative (1867-1942) Ross, John Jones Quebec 1887-04-12
Conservative (1867-1942) Sanford, William Eli Ontario 1887-02-08
Liberal Party of Canada Scott, Richard William Ontario 1874-03-13
Conservative (1867-1942) Smith, Frank Ontario 1871-02-02
Liberal Party of Canada Stevens, Gardner Green Quebec 1876-02-12
Conservative (1867-1942) Sullivan, Michael Ontario 1885-01-29
Independent Conservative Sutherland, John Manitoba 1871-12-13
Liberal Party of Canada Thibaudeau, Joseph-Rosaire Quebec 1878-01-04
Conservative (1867-1942) Vidal, Alexander Ontario 1873-01-15
Liberal Party of Canada Wark, David New Brunswick 1867-10-23

Members of the House of Commons at Time of Dissolution

Members of Parliament
Political Affiliation Name Constituency
Nationalist Amyot, Guillaume Bellechasse (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Archibald, Adams George Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Armstrong, James Middlesex South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Audet, Antoine Shefford (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bain, James William Soulanges (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Bain, Thomas Wentworth North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Baird, George Frederick Queen's (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Barnard, Frank Stillman Cariboo (British Columbia)
Liberal Party of Canada Barron, John Augustus Victoria North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Beausoleil, Cléophas Berthier (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Béchard, François Iberville (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bell, John William Addington (Ontario)
Independent Conservative Bergeron, Joseph Gédéon Horace Beauharnois (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Bergin, Darby Cornwall and Stormont (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Bernier, Michel Esdras St. Hyacinthe (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Blake, Edward Durham West (Ontario)
Independent Conservative Boisvert, Fabien Nicolet (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Borden, Frederick William Kings (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Bourassa, François St. John's (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bowell, Mackenzie Hastings North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Bowman, Isaac Erb Waterloo North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Boyle, Arthur Monck (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Brien, James Essex South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Brown, Adam Hamilton (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bryson, John Pontiac (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Burdett, Samuel Barton Hastings East (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Burns, Kennedy Francis Gloucester (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cameron, Hugh Inverness (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Campbell, Archibald Kent (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cargill, Henry Bruce East (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Carling, John London (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Caron, Adolphe-Philippe Quebec County (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Carpenter, Franklin Metcalfe Wentworth South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Cartwright, Richard John Oxford South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Casey, George Elliott Elgin West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Casgrain, Philippe Baby L'Islet (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Chapleau, Joseph Adolphe Terrebonne (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Charlton, John Norfolk North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Choquette, Philippe Auguste Montmagny (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Chouinard, Honoré Julien Jean-Baptiste Dorchester (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cimon, Simon Charlevoix (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cochrane, Edward Northumberland East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cockburn, George Ralph Richardson Toronto Centre (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Colby, Charles Carroll Stanstead (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Cook, Herman Henry Simcoe East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Corbould, Gordon Edward New Westminster (British Columbia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Corby, Henry Hastings West (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Costigan, John Victoria (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Coughlin, Timothy Middlesex North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Coulombe, Charles Jérémie Maskinongé (Quebec)
Independent Couture, Paul Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Curran, John Joseph Montreal Centre (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Daly, Thomas Mayne Selkirk (Manitoba)
Conservative (1867-1942) Daoust, Jean-Baptiste Two Mountains (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Davies, Louis Henry Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal-Conservative Davin, Nicholas Flood Assiniboia West (Northwest Territories)
Conservative (1867-1942) Davis, Donald Watson Alberta (Provisional District) (Northwest Territories)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dawson, Simon James Algoma (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Denison, Frederick Charles Toronto West (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Desaulniers, François Sévère Lesieur Saint Maurice (Quebec)
Independent Conservative Desjardins, Alphonse Hochelaga (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Desjardins, Louis-Georges Montmorency (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dewdney, Edgar Assiniboia East (Northwest Territories)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dickey, Arthur Rupert Cumberland (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dickinson, George Lemuel Carleton (New Brunswick)
Independent Liberal Doyon, Cyrille Laprairie (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dupont, Flavien Bagot (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Earle, Thomas Victoria (British Columbia)
Liberal Party of Canada Edgar, James David Ontario West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Edwards, William Cameron Russell (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Eisenhauer, James Daniel Lunenburg (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Ellis, John Valentine St. John (City of ) (New Brunswick)
Fairbairn, Charles Victoria South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Ferguson, Charles Frederick Leeds North and Grenville North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Ferguson, John Welland (Ontario)
Independent Conservative Ferguson, John Renfrew South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Fiset, Jean-Baptiste Romuald Rimouski (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Fisher, Sydney Arthur Brome (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Flynn, Edmund Power Richmond (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Foster, George Eulas King's (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Freeman, Joshua Newton Queens (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Gauthier, Joseph L'Assomption (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Geoffrion, Félix Verchères (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Gigault, Georges Auguste Rouville (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Gillmor, Arthur Hill Charlotte (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Girouard, Désiré Jacques Cartier (Quebec)
Independent Liberal Godbout, Joseph Beauce (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Gordon, David William Vancouver (British Columbia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Grandbois, Paul Étienne Témiscouata (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Guay, Pierre Malcom Lévis (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Guillet, George Northumberland West (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Haggart, John Graham Lanark South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Hale, Frederick Harding Carleton (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Hall, Robert Newton Sherbrooke (Town of) (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Hesson, Samuel Rollin Perth North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Hickey, Charles Erastus Dundas (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Holton, Edward Châteauguay (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Innes, James Wellington South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Ives, William Bullock Richmond--Wolfe (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Jamieson, Joseph Lanark North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Joncas, Louis Zéphirin Gaspé (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Jones, Alfred Gilpin Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Jones, Herbert Ladd Digby (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Kenny, Thomas Edward Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Kirk, John Angus Guysborough (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Kirkpatrick, George Airey Frontenac (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Labrosse, Simon Prescott (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Landerkin, George Grey South (Ontario)
Independent Liberal Lang, John Peterborough East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Langelier, François Charles Stanislas Quebec-Centre (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Langevin, Hector-Louis Three Rivers (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) LaRivière, Alphonse Alfred Clément Provencher (Manitoba)
Conservative (1867-1942) Laurie, John Wimburne Shelburne (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Laurier, Wilfrid Quebec East (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Lavergne, Joseph Drummond--Arthabaska (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Léger, Édouard H. Kent (New Brunswick)
Independent Conservative Lépine, Alphonse Télesphore Montreal East (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Lister, James Frederick Lambton West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Livingston, James Waterloo South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Lovitt, John Yarmouth (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative Macdonald, John Alexander Kingston (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Macdonald, Peter Huron East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Macdowall, Day Hort Saskatchewan (Provisional District) (Northwest Territories)
Conservative (1867-1942) MacKeen, David Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Mackenzie, Alexander York East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Mackintosh, Charles Herbert Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Madill, Frank Ontario North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Mara, John Andrew Yale (British Columbia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Marshall, Joseph Henry Middlesex East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Masson, James Grey North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Massue, Joseph-Aimé Richelieu (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) McCarthy, D'Alton Simcoe North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) McCulla, William Armstrong Peel (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada McDonald, John Archibald Victoria (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative McDougald, John Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative McDougall, Hector Francis Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative McGreevy, Thomas Quebec West (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada McIntyre, Peter Adolphus King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Conservative (1867-1942) McKay, Alexander Hamilton (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) McMillan, Hugh Vaudreuil (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada McMillan, John Huron South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada McMullen, James Wellington North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative McNeill, Alexander Bruce North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Meigs, Daniel Bishop Missisquoi (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Mills, David Bothwell (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Mills, John Burpee Annapolis (Nova Scotia)
Independent Liberal Mitchell, Peter Northumberland (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Moffat, George Restigouche (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Moncrieff, George Lambton East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Montague, Walter Humphries Haldimand (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Montplaisir, Hippolyte Champlain (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Mulock, William York North (Ontario)
Nationalist Neveu, Hilaire Joliette (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) O'Brien, William Edward Muskoka and Parry Sound (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Ouimet, Joseph-Aldéric Laval (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Paradis, François-Xavier Napierville (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Paterson, William Brant South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Patterson, James Colebrooke Essex North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Perry, Stanislaus Francis Prince County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal Party of Canada Platt, John Milton Prince Edward (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Pope, Rufus Henry Compton (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Porter, Robert Huron West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Préfontaine, Joseph Raymond Fournier Chambly (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Prior, Edward Gawler Victoria (British Columbia)
Liberal Party of Canada Purcell, Patrick Glengarry (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Putnam, Alfred Hants (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Rinfret, Côme Isaïe Lotbinière (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Riopel, Louis Joseph Bonaventure (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Robertson, James Edwin King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal-Conservative Robillard, Honoré Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Roome, William Frederick Middlesex West (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Ross, Arthur Wellington Lisgar (Manitoba)
Liberal Party of Canada Rowand, James Bruce West (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Rykert, John Charles Lincoln and Niagara (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Scarth, William Bain Winnipeg (Manitoba)
Liberal Party of Canada Scriver, Julius Huntingdon (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Semple, Andrew Wellington Centre (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Shanly, Walter Grenville South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Skinner, Charles Nelson St. John (City and County of) (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Small, John Toronto East (Ontario)
Independent Conservative Smith, Donald Alexander Montreal West (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Smith, William Ontario South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Somerville, James Brant North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Sproule, Thomas Simpson Grey East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Stevenson, James Peterborough West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Sutherland, James Oxford North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Taylor, George Leeds South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Temple, Thomas York (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Thérien, Olaüs Montcalm (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Thompson, John Sparrow David Antigonish (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Tisdale, David Norfolk South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Trow, James Perth South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Tupper, Charles Hibbert Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Turcot, Georges Mégantic (Quebec)
Tyrwhitt, Richard Simcoe South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Vanasse, Fabien Yamaska (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Waldie, John Halton (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Wallace, Nathaniel Clarke York West (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Ward, Henry Alfred Durham East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Watson, Robert Marquette (Manitoba)
Liberal Party of Canada Weldon, Charles Wesley St. John (City and County of) (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Weldon, Richard Chapman Albert (New Brunswick)
Independent Liberal Welsh, William Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Conservative (1867-1942) White, Peter Renfrew North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) White, Robert Smeaton Cardwell (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Wilmot, Robert Duncan Sunbury (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Wilson, James Crocket Argenteuil (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Wilson, John Henry Elgin East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Wilson, Uriah Lennox (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Wood, John Fisher Brockville (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Wood, Josiah Westmorland (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Wright, Alonzo Ottawa (County of) (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Yeo, James Prince County (Prince Edward Island)

Sessions

Sessions Term: Duration Senate Sittings House of Commons Sittings
4th 1890-01-16 - 1890-05-16 120 67 81
1st 1887-04-13 - 1887-06-23 71 37 49
2nd 1888-02-23 - 1888-05-22 89 50 61
3rd 1889-01-31 - 1889-05-02 91 53 65

Duration of Sittings and Recess of the House of Commons

4th Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Start of Session 1890-01-16 - 1890-04-03 53
Recess 1890-03-24 - 1890-03-25 2
Easter Recess 1890-04-04 - 1890-04-07 4
HoC Sitting 1890-04-08 - 1890-05-16 28
Prorogation 1890-05-16 - 1890-05-16  
Intersession 1890-05-17 - 1891-02-02 262
Dissolution 1891-02-03 - 1891-02-03  

3rd Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Start of Session 1889-01-31 - 1889-05-02 65
Easter Recess 1889-04-19 - 1889-04-19 1
Weekend Sitting 1889-04-20 - 1889-04-20  
Easter Recess 1889-04-21 - 1889-04-21 1
HoC Sitting 1889-04-22 - 1889-04-22  
Prorogation 1889-05-02 - 1889-05-02  
Intersession 1889-05-03 - 1890-01-15 258

2nd Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Start of Session 1888-02-23 - 1888-03-28 25
Easter Recess 1888-03-29 - 1888-04-02 5
HoC Sitting 1888-04-03 - 1888-05-22 36
Prorogation 1888-05-22 - 1888-05-22  
Intersession 1888-05-23 - 1889-01-30 253

1st Session

Sitting/Recess Term Duration (days)
Days between Parliaments 1887-01-16 - 1887-04-12 87
Start of Session 1887-04-13 - 1887-05-18 26
Recess 1887-05-19 - 1887-05-24 6
HoC Sitting 1887-05-25 - 1887-06-23 23
Prorogation 1887-06-23 - 1887-06-23  
Intersession 1887-06-24 - 1888-02-22 244

Speeches from the Throne

(04) 4th Session (1890-01-16 - 1890-05-16)

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Mover of Address: Pope, Rufus Henry
Seconder of Address: Prior, Edward Gawler

House of Commons Debates: 1890-01-17, p. 4, 9
House of Commons Journals: 1890-01-17, vol. 24, p. 6


(03) 3rd Session (1889-01-31 - 1889-05-02)

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Mover of Address: White, Thomas
Seconder of Address: Lépine, Alphonse Télesphore

House of Commons Debates: 1889-02-01, p. 3, 6
House of Commons Journals: 1889-02-01, vol. 23, p. 23


(02) 2nd Session (1888-02-23 - 1888-05-22)

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Mover of Address: Montague, Walter Humphries
Seconder of Address: Joncas, Louis Zéphirin

House of Commons Debates: 1888-02-24, p. 2, 7
House of Commons Journals: 1888-02-24, vol. 22, p. 47


(01) 1st Session (1887-04-13 - 1887-06-23)

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Mover of Address: Porter, Robert
Seconder of Address: Weldon, Richard Chapman

House of Commons Debates: 1887-04-15, p. 7, 8
House of Commons Journals: 1887-04-15, vol. 21, p. 10


Budgets

Date of First Budget: 1887-05-12

Number of Days Between General Election and First Budget: 79 days

Number of Days Between Opening of Parliament and First Budget: 29 days


Date: 1890-03-27

House of Commons Debates: pp. 2530-52

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Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Foster, George Eulas


Date: 1889-03-05

House of Commons Debates: pp. 436-56

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Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Foster, George Eulas


Date: 1888-04-27

House of Commons Debates: pp. 1031-48

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Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Tupper, Charles


Date: 1887-05-12

House of Commons Debates: pp. 384-405

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Type of Budget: Budget

Minister of Finance: Tupper, Charles


Senate Nominations

Senate Appointments
Name Province / Territory Date of Appointment
Prowse, Samuel Prince Edward Island 1889-09-14
Macdonald, John Ontario 1887-11-09
Reid, James British Columbia 1888-10-08
Fortin, Pierre Quebec 1887-05-13
Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue Quebec 1890-02-03
Rodier, Charles-Séraphin Quebec 1888-12-01
Price, Evan John Quebec 1888-12-01
Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell Quebec 1887-05-12
Rolland, Jean-Baptiste Quebec 1887-10-22
Drummond, George Alexander Quebec 1888-12-01
Hardisty, Richard Charles Northwest Territories 1888-02-23
Lougheed, James Alexander Northwest Territories 1889-12-10
McLaren, Peter Ontario 1890-02-21
Murphy, Edward Quebec 1889-05-30
Boulton, Charles Arkoll Manitoba 1889-12-10
Perley, William Dell Northwest Territories 1888-08-03

By-Elections

Date of Election Name Constituency Political Affiliation
1888-02-01 Dickinson, George Lemuel Carleton (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1889-12-18 Colby, Charles Carroll Stanstead (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
1889-01-24 LaRivière, Alphonse Alfred Clément Provencher (Manitoba) Conservative (1867-1942)
1887-11-12 Montague, Walter Humphries Haldimand (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1888-03-17 Corby, Henry Hastings West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1888-11-22 Barnard, Frank Stillman Cariboo (British Columbia) Conservative (1867-1942)
1890-05-23 Rykert, John Charles Lincoln and Niagara (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1890-07-31 Léger, Édouard H. Kent (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
1888-02-07 Henderson, David Halton (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
1889-01-16 Neveu, Hilaire Joliette (Quebec) Nationalist

General Election (1887-02-22)

Name Constituency Political Affiliation
Guay, Pierre Malcom Lévis (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Robillard, Honoré Ottawa (City of) (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Perley, William Goodhue Ottawa (City of) (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Kirk, John Angus Guysborough (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Curran, John Joseph Montreal Centre (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Gordon, David William Vancouver (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
Smith, Donald Alexander Montreal West (Quebec) Independent Conservative
Landry, Pierre Amand Kent (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Campbell, John Digby (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Baker, Edgar Crow Victoria (British Columbia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Shakespeare, Noah Victoria (British Columbia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Scarth, William Bain Winnipeg (Manitoba) Conservative (1867-1942)
Gigault, Georges Auguste Rouville (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Robertson, Alexander Hastings West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Langevin, Hector-Louis Three Rivers (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Casgrain, Philippe Baby L'Islet (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
McMillan, Hugh Vaudreuil (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Couture, Paul Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec) Independent
Ward, Henry Alfred Durham East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Paterson, William Brant South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Hale, Frederick Harding Carleton (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
Moffat, Robert Restigouche (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Foster, George Eulas King's (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Macdonald, John Alexander Carleton (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Tupper, Charles Cumberland (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Guilbault, Édouard Joliette (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Thompson, John Sparrow David Antigonish (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Cargill, Henry Bruce East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Macdowall, Day Hort Saskatchewan (Provisional District) (Northwest Territories) Conservative (1867-1942)
Holton, Edward Châteauguay (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Mills, David Bothwell (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Ferguson, Charles Frederick Leeds North and Grenville North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Hall, Robert Newton Sherbrooke (Town of) (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Fisher, Sydney Arthur Brome (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Small, John Toronto East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Tupper, Charles Hibbert Pictou (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
McDougald, John Pictou (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Lovitt, John Yarmouth (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Joncas, Louis Zéphirin Gaspé (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ferguson, John Welland (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Davis, Donald Watson Alberta (Provisional District) (Northwest Territories) Conservative (1867-1942)
Turcot, Georges Mégantic (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Choquette, Philippe Auguste Montmagny (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Roome, William Frederick Middlesex West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Dupont, Flavien Bagot (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Putnam, Alfred Hants (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Watson, Robert Marquette (Manitoba) Liberal Party of Canada
Thérien, Olaüs Montcalm (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
McCulla, William Armstrong Peel (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Sutherland, James Oxford North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Duchesnay, Henri Jules Juchereau Dorchester (Quebec) Nationalist Conservative
Beausoleil, Cléophas Berthier (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Porter, Robert Huron West (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Brien, James Essex South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
McMullen, James Wellington North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Davin, Nicholas Flood Assiniboia West (Northwest Territories) Conservative (1867-1942)
Daoust, Jean-Baptiste Two Mountains (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
O'Brien, William Edward Muskoka and Parry Sound (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
McIntyre, Peter Adolphus King's County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
Robertson, James Edwin King's County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
Dessaint, Alexis Kamouraska (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Masson, James Grey North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Campbell, Archibald Kent (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Colby, Charles Carroll Stanstead (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Béchard, François Iberville (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Bain, James William Soulanges (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Wilson, James Crocket Argenteuil (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Purcell, Patrick Glengarry (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Patterson, James Colebrooke Essex North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ross, Arthur Wellington Lisgar (Manitoba) Liberal-Conservative
Guillet, George Northumberland West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Langelier, Charles Montmorency (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Denison, Frederick Charles Toronto West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Carpenter, Franklin Metcalfe Wentworth South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Geoffrion, Félix Verchères (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Wilson, Uriah Lennox (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Rykert, John Charles Lincoln and Niagara (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Perley, William Dell Assiniboia East (Northwest Territories) Conservative (1867-1942)
Davies, Louis Henry Queen's County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
Welsh, William Queen's County (Prince Edward Island) Independent Liberal
Cameron, Hugh Inverness (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Burdett, Samuel Barton Hastings East (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Yeo, James Prince County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
Perry, Stanislaus Francis Prince County (Prince Edward Island) Liberal Party of Canada
Macdonald, Peter Huron East (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Clayes, George Missisquoi (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Desaulniers, François Sévère Lesieur Saint Maurice (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
de Saint-Georges, Joseph Esdras Alfred Portneuf (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
MacKeen, David Cape Breton (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
McDougall, Hector Francis Cape Breton (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Charlton, John Norfolk North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Casey, George Elliott Elgin West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Smith, William Ontario South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Lister, James Frederick Lambton West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Girouard, Désiré Jacques Cartier (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Doyon, Cyrille Laprairie (Quebec) Independent Liberal
Mulock, William York North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Blake, Edward Bruce West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Sainte-Marie, Louis Napierville (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
McLelan, Archibald Woodbury Colchester (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Langelier, François Charles Stanislas Quebec-Centre (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Bergeron, Joseph Gédéon Horace Beauharnois (Quebec) Independent Conservative
Barron, John Augustus Victoria North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Landerkin, George Grey South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Daly, Thomas Mayne Selkirk (Manitoba) Liberal-Conservative
Somerville, James Brant North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Burns, Kennedy Francis Gloucester (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Jamieson, Joseph Lanark North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Platt, John Milton Prince Edward (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Flynn, Edmund Power Richmond (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Cockburn, George Ralph Richardson Toronto Centre (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Taylor, George Leeds South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Freeman, Joshua Newton Queens (Nova Scotia) Liberal-Conservative
Montague, Walter Humphries Haldimand (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Borden, Frederick William Kings (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Reid, James Cariboo (British Columbia) Liberal-Conservative
Labelle, Jean-Baptiste Richelieu (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Weldon, Richard Chapman Albert (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Blake, Edward Durham West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Préfontaine, Joseph Raymond Fournier Chambly (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Bowman, Isaac Erb Waterloo North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Riopel, Louis Joseph Bonaventure (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Campbell, Robert Renfrew South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Bryson, John Pontiac (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Mills, John Burpee Annapolis (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Wilmot, Robert Duncan Sunbury (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Coulombe, Charles Jérémie Maskinongé (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Labrosse, Simon Prescott (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Bernier, Michel Esdras St. Hyacinthe (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Wood, Josiah Westmorland (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Gillmor, Arthur Hill Charlotte (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Hudspeth, Adam Victoria South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Eisenhauer, James Daniel Lunenburg (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Coursol, Michel Charles Joseph Montreal East (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Coughlin, Timothy Middlesex North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Robertson, Thomas Shelburne (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Edgar, James David Ontario West (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Trow, James Perth South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Costigan, John Victoria (New Brunswick) Liberal-Conservative
Wallace, Nathaniel Clarke York West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bain, Thomas Wentworth North (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Lavergne, Joseph Drummond--Arthabaska (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Jones, Alfred Gilpin Halifax (Nova Scotia) Liberal Party of Canada
Kenny, Thomas Edward Halifax (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Carling, John London (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Bourassa, François St. John's (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Skinner, Charles Nelson St. John (City and County of) (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Weldon, Charles Wesley St. John (City and County of) (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Madill, Frank Ontario North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Mallory, Albert Elhanon Northumberland East (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Semple, Andrew Wellington Centre (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Mackenzie, Alexander York East (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Livingston, James Waterloo South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
McGreevy, Thomas Quebec West (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Bell, John William Addington (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Amyot, Guillaume Bellechasse (Quebec) Nationalist
Chisholm, Donald New Westminster (British Columbia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Boyle, Arthur Monck (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Wood, John Fisher Brockville (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Godbout, Joseph Beauce (Quebec) Independent Liberal
Lang, John Peterborough East (Ontario) Independent Liberal
Haggart, John Graham Lanark South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
White, Peter Renfrew North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Audet, Antoine Shefford (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Edwards, William Cameron Russell (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Montplaisir, Hippolyte Champlain (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Temple, Thomas York (New Brunswick) Conservative (1867-1942)
Innes, James Wellington South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Ouimet, Joseph-Aldéric Laval (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Stevenson, James Peterborough West (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Cook, Herman Henry Simcoe East (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
McCarthy, D'Alton Simcoe North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Caron, Adolphe-Philippe Quebec County (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Kirkpatrick, George Airey Frontenac (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
McDonald, John Archibald Victoria (Nova Scotia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Shanly, Walter Grenville South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Dawson, Simon James Algoma (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Vanasse, Fabien Yamaska (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Ives, William Bullock Richmond--Wolfe (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Cimon, Simon Xavier Charlevoix (Quebec) Independent Liberal
McNeill, Alexander Bruce North (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Marshall, Joseph Henry Middlesex East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Desjardins, Alphonse Hochelaga (Quebec) Independent Conservative
Wright, Alonzo Ottawa (County of) (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Macdonald, John Alexander Kingston (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Grandbois, Paul Étienne Témiscouata (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
King, George Gerald Queen's (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Wilson, John Henry Elgin East (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Waldie, John Halton (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Pope, John Henry Compton (Quebec) Liberal-Conservative
Ellis, John Valentine St. John (City of ) (New Brunswick) Liberal Party of Canada
Tyrwhitt, Richard Simcoe South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Royal, Joseph Provencher (Manitoba) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bergin, Darby Cornwall and Stormont (Ontario) Liberal-Conservative
Hickey, Charles Erastus Dundas (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Bowell, Mackenzie Hastings North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Hesson, Samuel Rollin Perth North (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Tisdale, David Norfolk South (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Cartwright, Richard John Oxford South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
McMillan, John Huron South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Mitchell, Peter Northumberland (New Brunswick) Independent Liberal
Mara, John Andrew Yale (British Columbia) Conservative (1867-1942)
Gaudet, Athanase Nicolet (Quebec) Nationalist Conservative
Chapleau, Joseph Adolphe Terrebonne (Quebec) Conservative (1867-1942)
Armstrong, James Middlesex South (Ontario) Liberal Party of Canada
Gauthier, Joseph L'Assomption (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Rinfret, Côme Isaïe Lotbinière (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Moncrieff, George Lambton East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
White, Thomas Cardwell (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Sproule, Thomas Simpson Grey East (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Fiset, Jean-Baptiste Romuald Rimouski (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Scriver, Julius Huntingdon (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada
Brown, Adam Hamilton (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
McKay, Alexander Hamilton (Ontario) Conservative (1867-1942)
Laurier, Wilfrid Quebec East (Quebec) Liberal Party of Canada

Party Standings in the Senate

Date Ind. Nat. Cons. Ind. Cons. Lib.-Cons. Lib. Nat. Lib. Cons. Vacant Total
1891-02-03
(Dissolution)
1 1 1 13 20 1 39 4 80
1887-02-22
(Election)
1 1 1 14 20 1 39 3 80

List of changes to party standings

Date Change
1888-03-12 Senator:  Plumb, Josiah Burr
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1889-10-10 Senator:  Turner, James
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Death
1889-09-14 Senator:  Prowse, Samuel
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1887-11-09 Senator:  Macdonald, John
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Independent Liberal

Appointed
1890-02-04 Senator:  Macdonald, John
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Independent Liberal

Death
1888-10-08 Senator:  Reid, James
Province / Territory:  British Columbia
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1888-05-30 Senator:  Ferrier, James
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1887-05-07 Senator:  Cormier, Charles
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Nationalist Liberal

Death
1887-05-13 Senator:  Fortin, Pierre
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1888-06-15 Senator:  Fortin, Pierre
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1890-10-18 Senator:  Archibald, Thomas Dickson
Province / Territory:  Nova Scotia
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Death
1890-02-03 Senator:  Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1888-12-01 Senator:  Rodier, Charles-Séraphin
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1890-01-26 Senator:  Rodier, Charles-Séraphin
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1891-02-09 Senator:  Montplaisir, Hippolyte
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1888-12-01 Senator:  Price, Evan John
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1887-05-12 Senator:  Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1887-10-22 Senator:  Rolland, Jean-Baptiste
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1888-03-22 Senator:  Rolland, Jean-Baptiste
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1888-12-01 Senator:  Drummond, George Alexander
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1888-08-21 Senator:  Ferguson, Lieut. Col. John
Province / Territory:  New Brunswick
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1888-02-23 Senator:  Hardisty, Richard Charles
Province / Territory:  Northwest Territories
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1889-10-15 Senator:  Hardisty, Richard Charles
Province / Territory:  Northwest Territories
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1888-10-01 Senator:  Ross, James Gibb
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1891-02-18 Senator:  Howlan, George William
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Resignation
1889-12-10 Senator:  Lougheed, James Alexander
Province / Territory:  Northwest Territories
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1890-02-21 Senator:  McLaren, Peter
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1887-10-11 Senator:  Sénécal, Louis Adélard
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1889-05-30 Senator:  Murphy, Edward
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1887-05 Senator:  Hamilton, John (1827-1888)
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation
1888-07-01 Senator:  Schultz, John Christian
Province / Territory:  Manitoba
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Resignation
1889-12-10 Senator:  Boulton, Charles Arkoll
Province / Territory:  Manitoba
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Appointed
1888-08-03 Senator:  Perley, William Dell
Province / Territory:  Northwest Territories
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1890-01-17 Senator:  Trudel, François-Xavier-Anselme
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Death
1887-09-22 Senator:  McMaster, William
Province / Territory:  Ontario
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Death
1891-02-09 Senator:  Tassé, Joseph
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Appointed
1889-07-03 Senator:  Carvell, Jedediah Slason
Province / Territory:  Prince Edward Island
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Resignation
1889-05-25 Senator:  Ryan, Thomas
Province / Territory:  Quebec
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Death

Party Standings in the House of Commons

Date Lib.-Cons. Lib. Cons. Ind. Lib. Nat. Cons. Nat. Ind. Cons. Ind. Vacant Total
1887-02-22
(Election)
27 79 96 6 2 1 3 1 0 215

List of changes to party standings

Date Change
1890-04-26 M.P.:  Mackintosh, Charles Herbert
Constituency:  Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1890-12-09 M.P.:  Paradis, François-Xavier
Constituency:  Napierville (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Paradis, François-Xavier
Constituency:  Napierville (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1890-07-25 M.P.:  Desjardins, Louis-Georges
Constituency:  Montmorency (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Desjardins, Louis-Georges
Constituency:  Montmorency (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Langelier's resignation, 10-6-1890
1887-10-18 M.P.:  Massue, Joseph-Aimé
Constituency:  Richelieu (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Massue, Joseph-Aimé
Constituency:  Richelieu (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Labelle's death, 3-8-1887
1889-01-16 M.P.:  Neveu, Hilaire
Constituency:  Joliette (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Nationalist

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Neveu, Hilaire
Constituency:  Joliette (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Nationalist

On election being declared void, 6-11-1888
1888-11-22 M.P.:  Barnard, Frank Stillman
Constituency:  Cariboo (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-03-27 M.P.:  Meigs, Daniel Bishop
Constituency:  Missisquoi (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Meigs, Daniel Bishop
Constituency:  Missisquoi (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On Mr. Clayes' death, 3-3-1888
1888-02-07 M.P.:  Henderson, David
Constituency:  Halton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-07-17 M.P.:  Henderson, David
Constituency:  Halton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Waldie being unseated, 19-1-1888, for bribery by agents
1887-10-19 M.P.:  Rowand, James
Constituency:  Bruce West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-01-07 M.P.:  Chouinard, Honoré Julien Jean-Baptiste
Constituency:  Dorchester (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Chouinard, Honoré Julien Jean-Baptiste
Constituency:  Dorchester (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Duchesnay's death, 6-7-1887
1888-10-22 M.P.:  Laurie, John Wimburne
Constituency:  Shelburne (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Laurie, John Wimburne
Constituency:  Shelburne (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On election being declared void, 1887/11/09
1887-12-15 M.P.:  Laurie, John Wimburne
Constituency:  Shelburne (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-09-15 M.P.:  Laurie, John Wimburne
Constituency:  Shelburne (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On election being declared void, 1887/11/09
1888-02-01 M.P.:  Dickinson, George Lemuel
Constituency:  Carleton (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Dickinson, George Lemuel
Constituency:  Carleton (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On the election of J.A. Macdonald to sit for Kingston
1888-01-23 M.P.:  Prior, Edward Gawler
Constituency:  Victoria (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1889-01-24 M.P.:  LaRivière, Alphonse Alfred Clément
Constituency:  Provencher (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-01-18 M.P.:  Baird, George Frederick
Constituency:  Queen's (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Baird, George Frederick
Constituency:  Queen's (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Baird's resignation because his election was contested, 24-11-1887
1887-11-24 M.P.:  Baird, George Frederick
Constituency:  Queen's (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Baird's resignation because his election was contested, 24-11-1887
1887-11-20 M.P.:  Campbell, Charles James
Constituency:  Victoria (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On election being declared void
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Fisher, Sydney Arthur
Constituency:  Brome (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Coulombe, Charles Jérémie
Constituency:  Maskinongé (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Ellis, John Valentine
Constituency:  St. John (City of ) (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Thérien, Olaüs
Constituency:  Montcalm (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Ward, Henry Alfred
Constituency:  Durham East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  McMillan, Hugh
Constituency:  Vaudreuil (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Kirk, John Angus
Constituency:  Guysborough (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Holton, Edward
Constituency:  Châteauguay (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1888-11-21 M.P.:  Cochrane, Edward
Constituency:  Northumberland East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1887-12-22 M.P.:  Cochrane, Edward
Constituency:  Northumberland East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-10-12 M.P.:  Cochrane, Edward
Constituency:  Northumberland East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On election being declared void, 12-10-1888
1887-05-21 M.P.:  Moffat, George
Constituency:  Restigouche (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Moffat, George
Constituency:  Restigouche (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Moffatt's death, 25-4-1887
1888-01-09 M.P.:  Edwards, William Cameron
Constituency:  Russell (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

On Mr. Edwards being unseated for bribery
1888-05-07 M.P.:  Edwards, William Cameron
Constituency:  Russell (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-08-15 M.P.:  Archibald, Adams George
Constituency:  Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1887-11-21 M.P.:  McDonald, John Archibald
Constituency:  Victoria (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1887-10-17 M.P.:  McDonald, John Archibald
Constituency:  Victoria (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On election being declared void
1888-02-20 M.P.:  Roome, William Frederick
Constituency:  Middlesex West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Roome being unseated on petition, 10-2-1888
1888-03-10 M.P.:  Roome, William Frederick
Constituency:  Middlesex West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-08-02 M.P.:  Perley, William Dell
Constituency:  Assiniboia East (Northwest Territories)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1887-06-26 M.P.:  Cimon, Simon Xavier
Constituency:  Charlevoix (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Langevin, Hector-Louis
Constituency:  Three Rivers (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1889-10-28 M.P.:  Earle, Thomas
Constituency:  Victoria (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1890-12-18 M.P.:  Fairbairn, Charles
Constituency:  Victoria South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1890-06-10 M.P.:  Langelier, Charles
Constituency:  Montmorency (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Casgrain, Philippe Baby
Constituency:  L'Islet (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1889-04-01 M.P.:  Pope, John Henry
Constituency:  Compton (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1887-10-03 M.P.:  McLelan, Archibald Woodbury
Constituency:  Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. McLelan being unseated for bribery by agents
1887-10-27 M.P.:  McLelan, Archibald Woodbury
Constituency:  Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-07-08 M.P.:  McLelan, Archibald Woodbury
Constituency:  Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. McLelan being unseated for bribery by agents
1887-08-02 M.P.:  Ferguson, John
Constituency:  Renfrew South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Patterson, James Colebrooke
Constituency:  Essex North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Labrosse, Simon
Constituency:  Prescott (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Mitchell, Peter
Constituency:  Northumberland (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Brien, James
Constituency:  Essex South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1888-08-22 M.P.:  Waldie, John
Constituency:  Halton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Waldie, John
Constituency:  Halton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On Mr. Henderson being unseated for corrupt practices by agents
1888-01-19 M.P.:  Waldie, John
Constituency:  Halton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On Mr. Henderson being unseated for corrupt practices by agents
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Couture, Paul
Constituency:  Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Independent

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Coughlin, Timothy
Constituency:  Middlesex North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1890-06-19 M.P.:  de Saint-Georges, Joseph Esdras Alfred
Constituency:  Portneuf (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1887-07-16 M.P.:  Jones, Herbert Ladd
Constituency:  Digby (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Jones, Herbert Ladd
Constituency:  Digby (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Campbell's death, 1887/05/26
1888-02-29 M.P.:  Robertson, Alexander
Constituency:  Hastings West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1887-11-09 M.P.:  Robertson, Thomas
Constituency:  Shelburne (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On election being declared void, 1887/11/09
1888-09-26 M.P.:  Lépine, Alphonse Télesphore
Constituency:  Montreal East (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  McIntyre, Peter Adolphus
Constituency:  King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1888-06-18 M.P.:  Tupper, Charles Hibbert
Constituency:  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-05-31 M.P.:  Tupper, Charles Hibbert
Constituency:  Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Tupper being appointed Minister of Marine and Fisheries, 1888/06/31
1888-03-17 M.P.:  Corby, Henry
Constituency:  Hastings West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Bain, James William
Constituency:  Soulanges (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Hall, Robert Newton
Constituency:  Sherbrooke (Town of) (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Wilson, John Henry
Constituency:  Elgin East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Ives, William Bullock
Constituency:  Richmond--Wolfe (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Porter, Robert
Constituency:  Huron West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Vanasse, Fabien
Constituency:  Yamaska (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1890-06-19 M.P.:  Corbould, Gordon Edward
Constituency:  New Westminster (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Doyon, Cyrille
Constituency:  Laprairie (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Liberal

 
1890-04-14 M.P.:  Landry, Pierre Amand
Constituency:  Kent (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-05-22 M.P.:  Tupper, Charles
Constituency:  Cumberland (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Tupper being named Minister of Finance, 1887/01/27
1887-11-09 M.P.:  Tupper, Charles
Constituency:  Cumberland (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Political Affiliation Change
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Brown, Adam
Constituency:  Hamilton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-05-02 M.P.:  Campbell, Archibald
Constituency:  Kent (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

Elected at a By-Election.
1887-11-17 M.P.:  Campbell, Archibald
Constituency:  Kent (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

On Mr. Campbell being unseated, 17-11-1887
1890-04-05 M.P.:  Chisholm, Donald
Constituency:  New Westminster (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Jones, Alfred Gilpin
Constituency:  Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Anti-Confederate

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Lang, John
Constituency:  Peterborough East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Liberal

 
1890-04-01 M.P.:  Perley, William Goodhue
Constituency:  Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-03-03 M.P.:  Gauthier, Joseph
Constituency:  L'Assomption (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On Mr. Gauthier being unseated, 3-3-1888
1888-04-03 M.P.:  Gauthier, Joseph
Constituency:  L'Assomption (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Wright, Alonzo
Constituency:  Ottawa (County of) (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1888-07-13 M.P.:  Dickey, Arthur Rupert
Constituency:  Cumberland (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-11-29 M.P.:  Dickey, Arthur Rupert
Constituency:  Cumberland (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On election being declared void
1888-12-26 M.P.:  Dickey, Arthur Rupert
Constituency:  Cumberland (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-04-29 M.P.:  Gaudet, Athanase
Constituency:  Nicolet (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Nationalist Conservative

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Turcot, Georges
Constituency:  Mégantic (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Freeman, Joshua Newton
Constituency:  Queens (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Robertson, James Edwin
Constituency:  King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Wilson, Uriah
Constituency:  Lennox (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Bell, John William
Constituency:  Addington (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-04-21 M.P.:  White, Thomas
Constituency:  Cardwell (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Riopel, Louis Joseph
Constituency:  Bonaventure (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Purcell, Patrick
Constituency:  Glengarry (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1887-07-06 M.P.:  Duchesnay, Henri Jules Juchereau
Constituency:  Dorchester (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Nationalist

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Boyle, Arthur
Constituency:  Monck (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-09-12 M.P.:  Dewdney, Edgar
Constituency:  Assiniboia East (Northwest Territories)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Audet, Antoine
Constituency:  Shefford (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Flynn, Edmund Power
Constituency:  Richmond (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1890-07-31 M.P.:  Léger, Édouard H.
Constituency:  Kent (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1889-05-16 M.P.:  Pope, Rufus Henry
Constituency:  Compton (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1887-09-28 M.P.:  Cimon, Simon
Constituency:  Charlevoix (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Cimon, Simon
Constituency:  Charlevoix (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Cimon's death, 26-6-1887
1889-01-30 M.P.:  Colter, Charles Wesley
Constituency:  Haldimand (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1890-01-22 M.P.:  Colter, Charles Wesley
Constituency:  Haldimand (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On the election being declared void
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Bryson, John
Constituency:  Pontiac (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-11-06 M.P.:  Guilbault, Édouard
Constituency:  Joliette (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On election being declared void, 6-11-1888
1889-05-02 M.P.:  Baker, Edgar Crow
Constituency:  Victoria (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1889-12-18 M.P.:  Colby, Charles Carroll
Constituency:  Stanstead (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Colby, Charles Carroll
Constituency:  Stanstead (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

On Mr. Colby being appointed President of the Privy Council, 28-11-1889
1889-11-27 M.P.:  Colby, Charles Carroll
Constituency:  Stanstead (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

On Mr. Colby being appointed President of the Privy Council, 28-11-1889
1891-02-08 M.P.:  Montplaisir, Hippolyte
Constituency:  Champlain (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1888-08-15 M.P.:  Haggart, John Graham
Constituency:  Lanark South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-08-02 M.P.:  Haggart, John Graham
Constituency:  Lanark South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Haggart being named Postmaster General, 3-8-1888
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Weldon, Charles Wesley
Constituency:  St. John (City and County of) (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Guillet, George
Constituency:  Northumberland West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Dawson, Simon James
Constituency:  Algoma (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-08-04 M.P.:  Coursol, Michel Charles Joseph
Constituency:  Montreal East (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Shanly, Walter
Constituency:  Grenville South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-10-03 M.P.:  White, Robert Smeaton
Constituency:  Cardwell (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Eisenhauer, James Daniel
Constituency:  Lunenburg (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1887-12-29 M.P.:  Macdonald, John Alexander
Constituency:  Carleton (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Cook, Herman Henry
Constituency:  Simcoe East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1887-11-16 M.P.:  Mallory, Albert Elhanon
Constituency:  Northumberland East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On Mr. Mallory being unseated for bribery by agents, 16-11-1887
1887-08-13 M.P.:  Lovitt, John
Constituency:  Yarmouth (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

On election being declared void, 1987/08/13
1887-12-15 M.P.:  Lovitt, John
Constituency:  Yarmouth (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Lovitt, John
Constituency:  Yarmouth (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

On election being declared void, 1987/08/13
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Hickey, Charles Erastus
Constituency:  Dundas (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Gigault, Georges Auguste
Constituency:  Rouville (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1890-12-18 M.P.:  Dessaint, Alexis
Constituency:  Kamouraska (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Small, John
Constituency:  Toronto East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-03-03 M.P.:  Clayes, George
Constituency:  Missisquoi (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Blake, Edward
Constituency:  Durham West (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1890-05-23 M.P.:  Rykert, John Charles
Constituency:  Lincoln and Niagara (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Rykert, John Charles
Constituency:  Lincoln and Niagara (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Rykert's resignation, 2-5-1890
1890-05-02 M.P.:  Rykert, John Charles
Constituency:  Lincoln and Niagara (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Rykert's resignation, 2-5-1890
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Caron, Adolphe-Philippe
Constituency:  Quebec County (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Hesson, Samuel Rollin
Constituency:  Perth North (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1887-06-14 M.P.:  Campbell, Robert
Constituency:  Renfrew South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Ferguson, John
Constituency:  Welland (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Scarth, William Bain
Constituency:  Winnipeg (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  McCulla, William Armstrong
Constituency:  Peel (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1887-06-01 M.P.:  Shakespeare, Noah
Constituency:  Victoria (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1887-05-26 M.P.:  Campbell, John
Constituency:  Digby (Nova Scotia)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-07-17 M.P.:  Boisvert, Fabien
Constituency:  Nicolet (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Independent Conservative

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Boisvert, Fabien
Constituency:  Nicolet (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Gaudet's death, 29-4-1888
1887-04-25 M.P.:  Moffat, Robert
Constituency:  Restigouche (New Brunswick)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Carling, John
Constituency:  London (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Wilson, James Crocket
Constituency:  Argenteuil (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1887-11-12 M.P.:  Montague, Walter Humphries
Constituency:  Haldimand (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1888-12-14 M.P.:  Montague, Walter Humphries
Constituency:  Haldimand (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On the election being declared void
1887-10-15 M.P.:  Montague, Walter Humphries
Constituency:  Haldimand (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On the election being declared void
1890-02-20 M.P.:  Montague, Walter Humphries
Constituency:  Haldimand (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1887-08-03 M.P.:  Labelle, Jean-Baptiste
Constituency:  Richelieu (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-10-07 M.P.:  Reid, James
Constituency:  Cariboo (British Columbia)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal-Conservative

 
1887-04-20 M.P.:  Hudspeth, Adam
Constituency:  Victoria South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

Elected at a By-Election.
1890-05-12 M.P.:  Hudspeth, Adam
Constituency:  Victoria South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Hudspeth's resignation, March 1887
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Smith, William
Constituency:  Ontario South (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1888-03-10 M.P.:  Platt, John Milton
Constituency:  Prince Edward (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

Elected at a By-Election.
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Platt, John Milton
Constituency:  Prince Edward (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On election being declared void
1888-02-09 M.P.:  Platt, John Milton
Constituency:  Prince Edward (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

On election being declared void
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Fiset, Jean-Baptiste Romuald
Constituency:  Rimouski (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal Party of Canada

 
1888-07-03 M.P.:  Royal, Joseph
Constituency:  Provencher (Manitoba)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

 
1890-06-10 M.P.:  Sainte-Marie, Louis
Constituency:  Napierville (Quebec)
Political Affiliation:  Liberal

 
1891-03-04 M.P.:  Cargill, Henry
Constituency:  Bruce East (Ontario)
Political Affiliation:  Conservative (1867-1942)

On Mr. Cargill's resignation, as he was already holding a Crown appointment (postmaster), and on his resignation as postmaster

Senators at Time of Dissolution

Senators
Political Affiliation Name Province / Territory Date of Appointment
Liberal-Conservative Abbott, John Joseph Caldwell Quebec 1887-05-12
Conservative (1867-1942) Alexander, George Ontario 1873-05-30
Conservative (1867-1942) Allan, George William Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Almon, William Johnston Nova Scotia 1879-04-15
Conservative (1867-1942) Armand, Joseph François Quebec 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Baillargeon, Pierre Quebec 1874-03-27
Conservative (1867-1942) Bellerose, Joseph Hyacinthe Quebec 1873-10-07
Nationalist Conservative Bolduc, Joseph Quebec 1884-10-03
Conservative (1867-1942) Botsford, Amos Edwin New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Boucher de Boucherville, Charles Eugène Quebec 1879-02-12
Liberal-Conservative Boulton, Charles Arkoll Manitoba 1889-12-10
Liberal-Conservative Boyd, John New Brunswick 1880-02-11
Conservative (1867-1942) Casgrain, Charles Eusèbe Ontario 1887-01-12
Liberal Party of Canada Chaffers, William Henry Quebec 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Clemow, Francis Ontario 1885-02-03
Conservative (1867-1942) Cochrane, Matthew Henry Quebec 1872-10-17
Conservative (1867-1942) Deblois, Pierre Antoine Quebec 1883-02-13
Liberal Party of Canada Dever, James New Brunswick 1868-03-14
Conservative (1867-1942) Dickey, Robert Barry Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Drummond, George Alexander Quebec 1888-12-01
Liberal Party of Canada Flint, Billa Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Girard, Marc-Amable Manitoba 1871-12-13
Liberal Party of Canada Glasier, John New Brunswick 1868-03-14
Liberal-Conservative Gowan, James Robert Ontario 1885-01-29
Liberal Party of Canada Grant, Robert Patterson Nova Scotia 1877-02-02
Conservative (1867-1942) Guévremont, Jean-Baptiste Quebec 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Haythorne, Robert Poore Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Liberal Party of Canada Howlan, George William Prince Edward Island 1881-01-05
Conservative (1867-1942) Kaulback, Henry Adolphus Newman Nova Scotia 1872-03-27
Conservative (1867-1942) Lacoste, Alexandre Quebec 1884-01-11
Liberal Party of Canada Leonard, Elijah Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal Party of Canada Lewin, James Davies New Brunswick 1876-11-10
Liberal-Conservative Lougheed, James Alexander Northwest Territories 1889-12-10
Conservative (1867-1942) Macdonald, William John British Columbia 1871-12-13
Conservative (1867-1942) Macfarlane, Alexander Nova Scotia 1870-10-10
Liberal-Conservative MacInnes, Donald Ontario 1881-12-24
Conservative (1867-1942) Macpherson, David Lewis Ontario 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Masson, Louis-François-Rodrigue Quebec 1890-02-03
Liberal-Conservative McCallum, Lachlin Ontario 1887-02-04
Liberal Party of Canada McClelan, Abner Reid New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) McDonald, William Nova Scotia 1884-05-12
Independent McInnes, Thomas Robert British Columbia 1881-12-24
Liberal-Conservative McKay, Thomas Nova Scotia 1881-12-24
Conservative (1867-1942) McKindsey, George Crawford Ontario 1884-01-11
Conservative (1867-1942) McLaren, Peter Ontario 1890-02-21
Conservative (1867-1942) McMillan, Donald Ontario 1884-01-11
Conservative (1867-1942) Merner, Samuel Ontario 1887-01-12
Liberal-Conservative Miller, William Nova Scotia 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Montgomery, Donald Prince Edward Island 1873-10-18
Liberal-Conservative Murphy, Edward Quebec 1889-05-30
Liberal-Conservative O'Donohue, John Ontario 1882-05-21
Conservative (1867-1942) Odell, William Hunter New Brunswick 1867-10-23
Conservative (1867-1942) Ogilvie, Alexander Walker Quebec 1881-12-24
Liberal Party of Canada Pâquet, Anselme Homère Quebec 1874-12-09
Liberal Party of Canada Pelletier, Charles Alphonse Pantaléon Quebec 1877-02-02
Conservative (1867-1942) Perley, William Dell Northwest Territories 1888-08-03
Liberal-Conservative Poirier, Pascal New Brunswick 1885-03-09
Liberal Party of Canada Power, Lawrence Geoffrey Nova Scotia 1877-02-02
Conservative (1867-1942) Price, Evan John Quebec 1888-12-01
Liberal-Conservative Prowse, Samuel Prince Edward Island 1889-09-14
Conservative (1867-1942) Read, Robert Ontario 1871-02-24
Liberal Party of Canada Reesor, David Ontario 1867-10-23
Liberal-Conservative Reid, James British Columbia 1888-10-08
Conservative (1867-1942) Robitaille, Théodore Quebec 1885-01-29
Conservative (1867-1942) Ross, John Jones Quebec 1887-04-12
Conservative (1867-1942) Sanford, William Eli Ontario 1887-02-08
Liberal Party of Canada Scott, Richard William Ontario 1874-03-13
Conservative (1867-1942) Smith, Frank Ontario 1871-02-02
Liberal Party of Canada Stevens, Gardner Green Quebec 1876-02-12
Conservative (1867-1942) Sullivan, Michael Ontario 1885-01-29
Independent Conservative Sutherland, John Manitoba 1871-12-13
Liberal Party of Canada Thibaudeau, Joseph-Rosaire Quebec 1878-01-04
Conservative (1867-1942) Vidal, Alexander Ontario 1873-01-15
Liberal Party of Canada Wark, David New Brunswick 1867-10-23

Members of the House of Commons at Time of Dissolution

Members of Parliament
Political Affiliation Name Constituency
Nationalist Amyot, Guillaume Bellechasse (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Archibald, Adams George Colchester (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Armstrong, James Middlesex South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Audet, Antoine Shefford (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bain, James William Soulanges (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Bain, Thomas Wentworth North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Baird, George Frederick Queen's (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Barnard, Frank Stillman Cariboo (British Columbia)
Liberal Party of Canada Barron, John Augustus Victoria North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Beausoleil, Cléophas Berthier (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Béchard, François Iberville (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bell, John William Addington (Ontario)
Independent Conservative Bergeron, Joseph Gédéon Horace Beauharnois (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Bergin, Darby Cornwall and Stormont (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Bernier, Michel Esdras St. Hyacinthe (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Blake, Edward Durham West (Ontario)
Independent Conservative Boisvert, Fabien Nicolet (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Borden, Frederick William Kings (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Bourassa, François St. John's (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bowell, Mackenzie Hastings North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Bowman, Isaac Erb Waterloo North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Boyle, Arthur Monck (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Brien, James Essex South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Brown, Adam Hamilton (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Bryson, John Pontiac (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Burdett, Samuel Barton Hastings East (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Burns, Kennedy Francis Gloucester (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cameron, Hugh Inverness (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Campbell, Archibald Kent (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cargill, Henry Bruce East (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Carling, John London (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Caron, Adolphe-Philippe Quebec County (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Carpenter, Franklin Metcalfe Wentworth South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Cartwright, Richard John Oxford South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Casey, George Elliott Elgin West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Casgrain, Philippe Baby L'Islet (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Chapleau, Joseph Adolphe Terrebonne (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Charlton, John Norfolk North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Choquette, Philippe Auguste Montmagny (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Chouinard, Honoré Julien Jean-Baptiste Dorchester (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cimon, Simon Charlevoix (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cochrane, Edward Northumberland East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Cockburn, George Ralph Richardson Toronto Centre (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Colby, Charles Carroll Stanstead (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Cook, Herman Henry Simcoe East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Corbould, Gordon Edward New Westminster (British Columbia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Corby, Henry Hastings West (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Costigan, John Victoria (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Coughlin, Timothy Middlesex North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Coulombe, Charles Jérémie Maskinongé (Quebec)
Independent Couture, Paul Chicoutimi--Saguenay (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Curran, John Joseph Montreal Centre (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Daly, Thomas Mayne Selkirk (Manitoba)
Conservative (1867-1942) Daoust, Jean-Baptiste Two Mountains (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Davies, Louis Henry Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal-Conservative Davin, Nicholas Flood Assiniboia West (Northwest Territories)
Conservative (1867-1942) Davis, Donald Watson Alberta (Provisional District) (Northwest Territories)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dawson, Simon James Algoma (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Denison, Frederick Charles Toronto West (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Desaulniers, François Sévère Lesieur Saint Maurice (Quebec)
Independent Conservative Desjardins, Alphonse Hochelaga (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Desjardins, Louis-Georges Montmorency (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dewdney, Edgar Assiniboia East (Northwest Territories)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dickey, Arthur Rupert Cumberland (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dickinson, George Lemuel Carleton (New Brunswick)
Independent Liberal Doyon, Cyrille Laprairie (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Dupont, Flavien Bagot (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Earle, Thomas Victoria (British Columbia)
Liberal Party of Canada Edgar, James David Ontario West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Edwards, William Cameron Russell (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Eisenhauer, James Daniel Lunenburg (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Ellis, John Valentine St. John (City of ) (New Brunswick)
Fairbairn, Charles Victoria South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Ferguson, Charles Frederick Leeds North and Grenville North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Ferguson, John Welland (Ontario)
Independent Conservative Ferguson, John Renfrew South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Fiset, Jean-Baptiste Romuald Rimouski (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Fisher, Sydney Arthur Brome (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Flynn, Edmund Power Richmond (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Foster, George Eulas King's (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Freeman, Joshua Newton Queens (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Gauthier, Joseph L'Assomption (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Geoffrion, Félix Verchères (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Gigault, Georges Auguste Rouville (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Gillmor, Arthur Hill Charlotte (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Girouard, Désiré Jacques Cartier (Quebec)
Independent Liberal Godbout, Joseph Beauce (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Gordon, David William Vancouver (British Columbia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Grandbois, Paul Étienne Témiscouata (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Guay, Pierre Malcom Lévis (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Guillet, George Northumberland West (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Haggart, John Graham Lanark South (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Hale, Frederick Harding Carleton (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Hall, Robert Newton Sherbrooke (Town of) (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Hesson, Samuel Rollin Perth North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Hickey, Charles Erastus Dundas (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Holton, Edward Châteauguay (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Innes, James Wellington South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Ives, William Bullock Richmond--Wolfe (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Jamieson, Joseph Lanark North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Joncas, Louis Zéphirin Gaspé (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Jones, Alfred Gilpin Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Jones, Herbert Ladd Digby (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Kenny, Thomas Edward Halifax (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Kirk, John Angus Guysborough (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Kirkpatrick, George Airey Frontenac (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Labrosse, Simon Prescott (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Landerkin, George Grey South (Ontario)
Independent Liberal Lang, John Peterborough East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Langelier, François Charles Stanislas Quebec-Centre (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Langevin, Hector-Louis Three Rivers (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) LaRivière, Alphonse Alfred Clément Provencher (Manitoba)
Conservative (1867-1942) Laurie, John Wimburne Shelburne (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Laurier, Wilfrid Quebec East (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Lavergne, Joseph Drummond--Arthabaska (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Léger, Édouard H. Kent (New Brunswick)
Independent Conservative Lépine, Alphonse Télesphore Montreal East (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Lister, James Frederick Lambton West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Livingston, James Waterloo South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Lovitt, John Yarmouth (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative Macdonald, John Alexander Kingston (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Macdonald, Peter Huron East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Macdowall, Day Hort Saskatchewan (Provisional District) (Northwest Territories)
Conservative (1867-1942) MacKeen, David Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Mackenzie, Alexander York East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Mackintosh, Charles Herbert Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Madill, Frank Ontario North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Mara, John Andrew Yale (British Columbia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Marshall, Joseph Henry Middlesex East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Masson, James Grey North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Massue, Joseph-Aimé Richelieu (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) McCarthy, D'Alton Simcoe North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) McCulla, William Armstrong Peel (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada McDonald, John Archibald Victoria (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative McDougald, John Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative McDougall, Hector Francis Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)
Liberal-Conservative McGreevy, Thomas Quebec West (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada McIntyre, Peter Adolphus King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Conservative (1867-1942) McKay, Alexander Hamilton (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) McMillan, Hugh Vaudreuil (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada McMillan, John Huron South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada McMullen, James Wellington North (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative McNeill, Alexander Bruce North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Meigs, Daniel Bishop Missisquoi (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Mills, David Bothwell (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Mills, John Burpee Annapolis (Nova Scotia)
Independent Liberal Mitchell, Peter Northumberland (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Moffat, George Restigouche (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Moncrieff, George Lambton East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Montague, Walter Humphries Haldimand (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Montplaisir, Hippolyte Champlain (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Mulock, William York North (Ontario)
Nationalist Neveu, Hilaire Joliette (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) O'Brien, William Edward Muskoka and Parry Sound (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Ouimet, Joseph-Aldéric Laval (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Paradis, François-Xavier Napierville (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Paterson, William Brant South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Patterson, James Colebrooke Essex North (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Perry, Stanislaus Francis Prince County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal Party of Canada Platt, John Milton Prince Edward (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Pope, Rufus Henry Compton (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Porter, Robert Huron West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Préfontaine, Joseph Raymond Fournier Chambly (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Prior, Edward Gawler Victoria (British Columbia)
Liberal Party of Canada Purcell, Patrick Glengarry (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Putnam, Alfred Hants (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Rinfret, Côme Isaïe Lotbinière (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Riopel, Louis Joseph Bonaventure (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Robertson, James Edwin King's County (Prince Edward Island)
Liberal-Conservative Robillard, Honoré Ottawa (City of) (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Roome, William Frederick Middlesex West (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Ross, Arthur Wellington Lisgar (Manitoba)
Liberal Party of Canada Rowand, James Bruce West (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Rykert, John Charles Lincoln and Niagara (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Scarth, William Bain Winnipeg (Manitoba)
Liberal Party of Canada Scriver, Julius Huntingdon (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Semple, Andrew Wellington Centre (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Shanly, Walter Grenville South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Skinner, Charles Nelson St. John (City and County of) (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Small, John Toronto East (Ontario)
Independent Conservative Smith, Donald Alexander Montreal West (Quebec)
Conservative (1867-1942) Smith, William Ontario South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Somerville, James Brant North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Sproule, Thomas Simpson Grey East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Stevenson, James Peterborough West (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Sutherland, James Oxford North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Taylor, George Leeds South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Temple, Thomas York (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Thérien, Olaüs Montcalm (Quebec)
Liberal-Conservative Thompson, John Sparrow David Antigonish (Nova Scotia)
Conservative (1867-1942) Tisdale, David Norfolk South (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Trow, James Perth South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Tupper, Charles Hibbert Pictou (Nova Scotia)
Liberal Party of Canada Turcot, Georges Mégantic (Quebec)
Tyrwhitt, Richard Simcoe South (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Vanasse, Fabien Yamaska (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Waldie, John Halton (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Wallace, Nathaniel Clarke York West (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Ward, Henry Alfred Durham East (Ontario)
Liberal Party of Canada Watson, Robert Marquette (Manitoba)
Liberal Party of Canada Weldon, Charles Wesley St. John (City and County of) (New Brunswick)
Conservative (1867-1942) Weldon, Richard Chapman Albert (New Brunswick)
Independent Liberal Welsh, William Queen's County (Prince Edward Island)
Conservative (1867-1942) White, Peter Renfrew North (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) White, Robert Smeaton Cardwell (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Wilmot, Robert Duncan Sunbury (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Wilson, James Crocket Argenteuil (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Wilson, John Henry Elgin East (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Wilson, Uriah Lennox (Ontario)
Liberal-Conservative Wood, John Fisher Brockville (Ontario)
Conservative (1867-1942) Wood, Josiah Westmorland (New Brunswick)
Liberal-Conservative Wright, Alonzo Ottawa (County of) (Quebec)
Liberal Party of Canada Yeo, James Prince County (Prince Edward Island)