Robert H. MacQuarrie
|Robert H. McQuarrie|
|Member of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories|
|Succeeded by||Brian Lewis|
|Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Northwest Territories|
|Preceded by||David Searle|
|Succeeded by||Donald Morton Stewart|
January 10, 1935 |
MacQuarrie was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Northwest Territories in the 1979 Northwest Territories general election. He served as Speaker of the Legislative Assembly for 1 year. He resigned from his post as speaker because he wanted to participate in debates in the Legislature.
Robert was re-elected in Yellowknife Centre in the 1983 Northwest Territories general election. As chairman of the Special Committee on Unity, and later as vice-chairman of the Western Constitutional Forum Robert played a significant role in the division of the Northwest Territories.
- Canadian Parliamentary Review "PA Activities: The Canadian Scene" Vol 3 No 4
- Canadian Parliamentary Review "Robert MacQuarrie elected speaker" Vol 3 No 1
|Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories|
|MLA Yellowknife Centre
|Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Northwest Territories
Donald Morton Stewart