|Member of Parliament
for Quebec South
September 1955 – March 1958
|Preceded by||Charles Gavan Power|
|Succeeded by||Jacques Flynn|
13 June 1918|
|Died||1973 (aged 54)|
Frank Power was a veteran of the Canadian Army. He became a prisoner of war of the Japanese Imperial Army when Hong Kong fell on Christmas Day of 1941. He like other allied prisoners of war suffered from the inhumane treatment administered by the Japanese, and bore the scars for the remainder of his life.
Power is among the Cannon family members of Parliament such as his grandfather William Power and his nephew Lawrence Cannon as well as Charles Power, a senior cabinet minister in William Lyon Mackenzie King's cabinet.
- Hill, Tony L. (2002). Canadian politics, riding by riding. Prospect Park Press. p. 87. ISBN 978-0-9723436-0-2.
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