12th Quebec Legislature
The 12th Legislative Assembly of Quebec was the provincial legislature in Quebec, Canada that existed from June 8, 1908 to May 15, 1912. The Quebec Liberal Party led by Lomer Gouin was the governing party.
Seats per political party
- After the 1908 elections
|Parti libéral du Québec||57|
|Ligue nationaliste canadienne||3|
| Government Majority
Other elected MLAs
Other MLAs were elected in this mandate during by-elections
- Jean-Baptiste Carbonneau, Quebec Liberal Party, Lac St-Jean, October 14, 1908 
- Joseph-Edmond Robert, Quebec Liberal Party, Rouville, October 26, 1908 
- Napoléon Séguin, Quebec Liberal Party, Montréal division no. 1, December 21, 1908 
- Honoré Mercier Jr., Quebec Liberal Party, Châteauguay, December 28, 1908 
- Michael James Walsh, Quebec Liberal Party, Montréal division no. 6, December 28, 1908 
- Eugène Leclerc, Quebec Liberal Party, Québec Centre, December 28, 1908 
- Antonin Galipeault, Quebec Liberal Party, Bellechasse, February 2, 1909 
- Lesieur Desaulniers, Quebec Liberal Party, Chambly, November 12, 1909 
- Clement Robillard, Quebec Liberal Party, Montréal division no. 2, November 12, 1909 
- Joseph-Alphonse Langlois, Parti ouvrier, St. Sauveur, November 12, 1909 
- Louis-Auguste Dupuis, Quebec Liberal Party, Kamouraska, December 6, 1909 
- Joseph-Léonide Perron, Quebec Liberal Party, Gaspé, February 17, 1910 
- John Hay, Quebec Liberal Party, Argenteuil, March 5, 1910 
- Louis-Jules Allard, Quebec Liberal Party, Drummond, March 5, 1910 
- Marcellin Robert, Quebec Liberal Party, St. Jean, December 29, 1910 
- Calixte-Émile Therrien, Quebec Liberal Party, Sherbrooke, August 17, 1911 
- Laetare Roy, Quebec Liberal Party, Lévis, September 21, 1911 
- Prime Minister and Executive Council President: Lomer Gouin
- Agriculture: Jules Allard (1908–1909), Jérémie-Louis Décarie (1909), Joseph-Edouard Caron (1909–1912)
- Colonisation, Mines and Fishing: Charles Devlin Ramsey
- Public Works and Labor: Louis-Alexandre Taschereau
- Lands and Forests: Adélard Turgeon (1908–1909), Jules Allard (1909–1912)
- Roads: Joseph-Édouard Caron (1912)
- Attorney General:Lomer Gouin
- Provincial secretary: Louis-Rodolphe Roy (1908–1909), Louis-Jérémie Décarie (1909–1912)
- Treasurer: William Alexander Weir (1908–1910), Peter Samuel George MacKenzie (1910–1912)
- Members without portfolios: Joseph-Édouard Caron (1909), Narcisse Pérodeau (1910–1912)
New electoral districts
- Chicoutimi was formed after being split from Saguenay which itself merged with Charlevoix to form Charlevoix-Saguenay.
- Frontenac was formed from parts of Beauce and Compton
- Labelle was formed from parts of Ottawa
- Hochelaga was split into five new districts : Maisonneuve, Montréal-Hochelaga, Westmount, Montréal-Laurier and Montréal-Dorion.
- Montréal division no. 6 was renamed Montréal–Sainte-Anne.
- Montréal division no. 1 was renamed Montréal–Sainte-Marie.
- Montréal division no. 5 was renamed Montréal–Saint-Georges.
- Montréal division no. 2 was renamed Montréal–Saint-Jacques.
- Montréal division no. 4 was renamed Montréal–Saint-Laurent.
- Montréal division no. 3 was renamed Montréal–Saint-Louis.
- Témiscamingue was created from parts of Pontiac.