37th Parliament of British Columbia

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Located in Victoria, British Columbia and officially opened in 1898 with a 500-foot-long facade (150 m), central dome, two end pavilions, and a gold-covered statue of Captain George Vancouver, the British Columbia Parliament Buildings is home to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia.

The 37th Parliament of British Columbia sat from 2001 to 2005. The members of the 37th Parliament were elected in the British Columbia general election held on May 16, 2001

Members of the 37th Parliament[edit]

Member Party Electoral district
  George Abbott Liberal Shuswap
  Val J. Anderson Liberal Vancouver-Langara
  Bill Barisoff Liberal Penticton-Okanagan Valley
  Pat Bell Liberal Prince George North
  Bill Belsey Liberal North Coast
  Bill Bennett Liberal East Kootenay
  Tony Bhullar Liberal[1] Surrey-Newton
     Independent
  Liberal[2]
  Harry Bloy Liberal Burquitlam
  Shirley Bond Liberal Prince George-Mount Robson
  Gulzar Cheema[3] Liberal Surrey-Panorama Ridge
     Jagrup Brar[4] NDP
  Jeff Bray Liberal Victoria-Beacon Hill
  Elayne Brenzinger Liberal[5] Surrey-Whalley
     Independent
  Democratic Reform[6]
  Susan Brice Liberal Saanich South
  Graham Bruce Liberal Cowichan-Ladysmith
  Gordon Campbell Liberal Vancouver-Point Grey
  Ida Chong Liberal Oak Bay-Gordon Head
  Tom Christensen Liberal Okanagan-Vernon
  David Chutter Liberal Yale-Lillooet
  Christy Clark Liberal Port Moody-Westwood
  Walt Cobb Liberal Cariboo South
  Murray Coell Liberal Saanich North and the Islands
  Rich Coleman Liberal Fort Langley-Aldergrove
  Mike de Jong Liberal Abbotsford-Mount Lehman
  Kevin Falcon Liberal Surrey-Cloverdale
  Stan Hagen Liberal Comox Valley
  Greg Halsey-Brandt Liberal Richmond Centre
  Arnie Hamilton Liberal Esquimalt-Metchosin
  Colin Hansen Liberal Vancouver-Quilchena
  Roger Harris Liberal Skeena
  Randy Hawes Liberal Maple Ridge-Mission
  Sindi Hawkins Liberal Kelowna-Mission
  Dave Hayer Liberal Surrey-Tynehead
  Gordon Hogg Liberal Surrey-White Rock
  Mike Hunter Liberal Nanaimo
  Daniel Jarvis Liberal North Vancouver-Seymour
  Ken Johnston Liberal Vancouver-Fraserview
  Brian Kerr Liberal Malahat-Juan de Fuca
  Kevin Krueger Liberal Kamloops-North Thompson
     Jenny Kwan NDP Vancouver-Mount Pleasant
  Richard Lee Liberal Burnaby North
  Blair Lekstrom Liberal Peace River South
  John Les Liberal Chilliwack-Sumas
  Brenda Locke Liberal Surrey-Green Timbers
  Harold Long Liberal Powell River-Sunshine Coast
  Dennis MacKay Liberal Bulkley Valley-Stikine
     Joy MacPhail NDP Vancouver-Hastings
  Karn Manhas Liberal Port Coquitlam-Burke Mountain
  Reni Masi Liberal Delta North
  Lorne Mayencourt Liberal Vancouver-Burrard
  Wendy McMahon Liberal Columbia River-Revelstoke
  Joyce Murray Liberal New Westminster
  Ted Nebbeling Liberal West Vancouver-Garibaldi
  Paul Nettleton Liberal[7] Prince George-Omineca
     Independent
  Richard Neufeld Liberal Peace River North
  Rob Nijjar Liberal Vancouver-Kingsway
  John Nuraney Liberal Burnaby-Willingdon
  Sheila Orr Liberal Victoria-Hillside
  Barry Penner Liberal Chilliwack-Kent
  Geoff Plant Liberal Richmond-Steveston
  Judith Reid Liberal Nanaimo-Parksville
  Linda Reid Liberal Richmond East
  Claude Richmond Liberal Kamloops
  Val Roddick Liberal Delta South
  Patty Sahota Liberal Burnaby-Edmonds
  Lynn Stephens Liberal Langley
  Ken Stewart Liberal Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows
  Richard Stewart Liberal Coquitlam-Maillardville
  Lynn Stephens Liberal Langley
  Blair Suffredine Liberal Nelson-Creston
  Ralph Sultan Liberal West Vancouver-Capilano
  Rick Thorpe Liberal Okanagan-Westside
  Gillian Trumper Liberal Alberni-Qualicum
  John van Dongen Liberal Abbotsford-Clayburn
  Rod Visser Liberal North Island
  John Weisbeck Liberal Kelowna-Lake Country
  Katherine Whittred Liberal North Vancouver-Lonsdale
  John Wilson Liberal Cariboo North
  Patrick Wong Liberal Vancouver-Kensington

Members of the 37th Parliament who resigned[edit]

Members of the 37th Parliament elected in byelections[edit]

Party standings of the 37th Parliament at investiture[edit]

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Lwr. M. Int. Van. I. Total
BC Liberal Party * 41 23 13 77
New Democratic Party of BC * 2 0 0 2
43 23 13 79

Party standings of the 37th Parliament at Dissolution[edit]

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Lwr. M. Int. Van. I. Total
BC Liberal Party * 38 21 13 72
New Democratic Party of BC * 3 3
Democratic Reform BC * 1 1
Independent * 1 1
Vacant * 1 1 2
43 23 13 79

References[edit]

  1. ^ until February 21, 2002
  2. ^ from November, 2004
  3. ^ until May 23, 2004
  4. ^ from October 29, 2004
  5. ^ until March 22, 2004
  6. ^ from January 19, 2005
  7. ^ until November 19, 2004