South Qu'Appelle

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South Qu'Appelle is a former provincial electoral division for the Legislative Assembly of the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. The district was created before the 1st Saskatchewan general election in 1905, and abolished before the 8th Saskatchewan general election in 1934. It was the riding of former Premier of the North-West Territories and Saskatchewan Opposition leader Frederick Haultain.

It is now part of the constituencies of Indian Head-Milestone and Regina Wascana Plains.

Members of the Legislative Assembly[edit]

# MLA Served Party
     1. Frederick Haultain 1905 – 1912 Provincial Rights, Conservative
     2. Joseph Glenn Dec. 4, 1912 – 1921 Conservative
     3. Donald H. McDonald 1921 – 1925 Independent - Conservative
     4. Anton Huck 1925 – 1934 Liberal

Election results[edit]

Saskatchewan general election, 1905: South Qu'Appelle
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     Provincial Rights Frederick William Gordon Haultain 1,568 58.55%
     Liberal Frank B. Moffet 1,110 41.45%
Total 2,678 100.00%


Saskatchewan general election, 1908: South Qu'Appelle
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     Provincial Rights Frederick William Gordon Haultain 1,056 58.54% -0.01
     Liberal Eli W. Williamson 748 41.46% +0.01
Total 1,804 100.00%


Saskatchewan general election, 1912: South Qu'Appelle
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     Conservative Frederick William Gordon Haultain 753 51.72% -6.82
     Liberal David Railton 703 48.28% +6.82
Total 1,456 100.00%


December 4, 1912 By-Election: South Qu'Appelle
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     Conservative Joseph Glenn 759 50.53% -1.19
     Liberal David Railton 743 49.47% +1.19
Total 1,502 100.00%


Saskatchewan general election, 1917: South Qu'Appelle
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     Conservative Joseph Glenn 1,524 56.36% +5.83
     Liberal David Railton 1,180 43.64% -5.83
Total 2,704 100.00%


Saskatchewan general election, 1921: South Qu'Appelle
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     Independent Donald H. McDonald 1,883 57.36% +1.00
     Liberal Anton Huck 1,400 42.64% -1.00
Total 3,283 100.00%


Saskatchewan general election, 1925: South Qu'Appelle
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     Liberal Anton Huck 1,589 50.70% +8.06
Independent Conservative Donald H. McDonald 1,545 49.30% -8.06
Total 3,134 100.00%


Saskatchewan general election, 1929: South Qu'Appelle
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
     Liberal Anton Huck 1,879 57.23% +6.53
     Conservative William Levi Wait 1,404 42.77% -6.53
Total 3,283 100.00%


See also[edit]

South Qu'Appelle – Northwest Territories territorial electoral district (1870–1905).

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