24th Alberta Legislature

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The members of the 24th Alberta Legislative Assembly were elected in the general election held in 1997.

On March 12, 2001, the 25th Alberta general election was held to elect the next legislature.

Party standings after the 24th General Election[edit]

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Standings changes since the 24th general election[edit]

Number of members
per party by date
1997 1998 1999 2000
Mar 11 May 11 Jun 17 Jul ? Aug ? Nov 15 Feb 2 Jun 12 Jul 11 Sep 25 Oct 4
     Progressive Conservative 63 64 63 64
Liberal 18 17 18 17 16 15
     NDP 2 1 2
     Independent 0 1 0 1
Total members 83 82 83 82 83 82 83 82
Vacant 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1
Government Majority 43 44 43 45 46 45 44 45 46
  1. May 11, 1998 Grant Mitchell, Edmonton McClung resigns.
  2. June 17, 1998 Nancy MacBeth, Edmonton-McClung elected in a by-election.
  3. July 1998 Gene Zwozdesky, Edmonton Mill Creek sits as an Independent.
  4. August 1998 Gene Zwozdesky, Edmonton-Mill Creek joins the Progressive Conservative caucus.
  5. November 15, 1999 Pamela Paul-Zobaric, Edmonton Castle Downs sits as an Independent.
  6. February 2, 2000 Pam Barrett, Edmonton-Highlands resigns.
  7. June 12, 2000 Brian Mason, Edmonton-Highlands elected in a by-election.
  8. July 11, 2000 Stockwell Day, Red Deer-North resigns.
  9. September 25, 2000 Mary Anne Jablonski, Red Deer-North elected in a by-election.
  10. October 4, 2000 Sue Olsen, Edmonton-Norwood resigns to run in federal election.

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