14th Canadian Parliament
The 14th Canadian Parliament was in session from 8 March 1922 until 5 September 1925. The membership was set by the 1921 federal election on 6 December 1921, and it changed only somewhat due to resignations and by-elections until, due to momentary confusion among the MPs, it lost a money vote and was dissolved, causing the 1925 election.
It was controlled by a Liberal Party government under Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King and the 12th Canadian Ministry. The Official Opposition was the Conservative Party, led by Arthur Meighen, although the new Progressive Party led by Thomas Crerar had more seats. The appearance of the Progressive Party created a three-party system in the House for the first time since the 1867 Anti-Confederation Party.
There were four sessions of the 14th Parliament:
|1st||8 March 1922||28 June 1922|
|2nd||31 January 1923||30 June 1923|
|3rd||28 February 1924||19 July 1924|
|4th||5 February 1925||27 June 1925|
List of members
Following is a full list of members of the fourteenth Parliament listed first by province, then by electoral district.
Electoral districts denoted by an asterisk (*) indicates that district was represented by two members.
|Burrard||John Arthur Clark||Conservative|
|Cariboo||Thomas George McBride||Progressive|
|Comox—Alberni||Alan Webster Neill||Progressive|
|Fraser Valley||Elgin Albert Munro||Liberal|
|Kootenay East||Robert Ethelbert Beattie (until 8 February 1922 appointment)||Liberal|
|James Horace King (by-election of 14 March 1922)||Liberal|
|Kootenay West||Levi William Humphrey||Progressive|
|Nanaimo||Charles Herbert Dickie||Conservative|
|New Westminster||William Garland McQuarrie||Conservative|
|Vancouver Centre||Henry Herbert Stevens||Conservative|
|Vancouver South||Leon Johnson Ladner||Conservative|
|Victoria City||Simon Fraser Tolmie||Conservative|
|Yale||John Armstrong Mackelvie (died 6 April 1924)||Conservative|
|Grote Stirling (by-election of 6 November 1924)||Conservative|
|Charlotte||Robert Watson Grimmer||Conservative|
|Gloucester||Onésiphore Turgeon (until 26 October 1922 emoulment appointment)||Liberal|
|Jean George Robichaud (by-election of 20 November 1922)||Liberal|
|Kent||Auguste Théophile Léger||Liberal|
|Alexandre Joseph Doucet (by-election of 20 December 1923)||Conservative|
|Northumberland||John Morrissy (died 31 July 1924)||Liberal|
|William Bunting Snowball (by-election of 7 October 1924)||Liberal|
|Royal||George Burpee Jones||Conservative|
|St. John—Albert*||John Babington Macaulay Baxter||Conservative|
|Victoria—Carleton||Thomas Wakem Caldwell||Progressive|
|Westmorland||Arthur Bliss Copp (until appointed Secretary of State)||Liberal|
|Arthur Bliss Copp (by-election of 19 January 1922)||Liberal|
|King's||James Joseph Hughes||Liberal|
|Prince||Alfred Edgar MacLean||Liberal|
|Queen's*||Donald Alexander Mackinnon||Liberal|
|John Ewen Sinclair||Liberal|
|Assiniboia||Oliver Robert Gould||Progressive|
|Battleford||Thomas Henry McConica||Progressive|
|Humboldt||Charles Wallace Stewart||Progressive|
|Kindersley||Archibald M. Carmichael||Progressive|
|Last Mountain||John Frederick Johnston||Progressive|
|Mackenzie||Milton Neil Campbell||Progressive|
|Maple Creek||Neil Haman McTaggart||Progressive|
|Moose Jaw||Robert Milton Johnson (until election voided 22 February 1923)||Progressive|
|Edward Nicholas Hopkins (by-election of 10 April 1923)||Progressive|
|North Battleford||Claudius Charles Davies||Progressive|
|Prince Albert||Andrew Knox||Progressive|
|Regina||William Richard Motherwell (until 3 January 1922 emoulment appointment)||Liberal|
|William Richard Motherwell (by-election of 19 January 1922)||Liberal|
|Swift Current||Arthur John Lewis||Progressive|
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