47th New Brunswick Legislature

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Rendition of party representation in the 47th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly decided by the 1970 election.
  Progressive Conservatives (32)
  Liberals (26)

The 47th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly represented New Brunswick between March 2, 1971, and October 11, 1974.

Wallace Samuel Bird was Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick in 1971. In October of that year, he was succeeded by Hédard Joseph Robichaud.

Lawrence Garvie was chosen as speaker in 1971. William J. Woodroffe became speaker in 1973.

The Progressive Conservative Party led by Richard Hatfield defeated the Liberals to form the government.

List of Members[edit]

Electoral District Name Party
York Harry Ames[1] Progressive Conservative
Carl Mooers Progressive Conservative
Westmorland Joseph E. Leblanc Liberal
W. Wynn Meldrum Liberal
William J. McNevin Liberal
Cléophas Léger Liberal
Kings John B.M. Baxter Progressive Conservative
Cyril B. Sherwood Progressive Conservative
George E. Horton Progressive Conservative
Queens Wilfred Bishop Progressive Conservative
Robert McCready Liberal
Charlotte G. W. N. Cockburn Progressive Conservative
Leland McGaw Progressive Conservative
John E. Rigby [2]
James N. Tucker, Jr. (1973)
Progressive Conservative
DeCosta Young Progressive Conservative
Northumberland Frank E. Kane Liberal
Graham Crocker Liberal
Norbert Thériault Liberal
Edgar LeGresley Liberal
Clarence S. Menzies Liberal
Sunbury Reginald W. Mabey Progressive Conservative
Horace Smith Progressive Conservative
Kent Louis J. Robichaud [3]
Omer Léger (1971)
Liberal
Progressive Conservative
André F. Richard Liberal
Alan R. Graham Liberal
Gloucester J. Omer Boudreau Liberal
André Robichaud Liberal
Bernard A. Jean [3]
Lorenzo Morais (1972)
Liberal
Progressive Conservative
A. A. Ferguson Liberal
Frank Branch Liberal
Carleton Richard B. Hatfield Progressive Conservative
Charles Gallagher Progressive Conservative
Edison Stairs Progressive Conservative
Restigouche Edèse J. Bujold Liberal
Rayburn Doucett Liberal
J. Alfred Roussel Liberal
Albert Brenda Robertson Progressive Conservative
Malcolm MacLeod Progressive Conservative
Victoria J. Stewart Brooks Progressive Conservative
Joseph E. M. Ouellette Progressive Conservative
Madawaska Gérald Clavette Liberal
Laurier Lévesque Liberal
Daniel Daigle Liberal
Moncton Paul Creaghan Progressive Conservative
Arthur Buck Progressive Conservative
Jean-Paul LeBlanc Progressive Conservative
Saint John Centre J. Lorne McGuigan Progressive Conservative
Eric L. Teed Progressive Conservative
Robert J. Higgins Liberal
George E. McInerney [2]
John W. Turnbull (1973)
Progressive Conservative
Liberal
Saint John East Charles A. McIlveen[2]
Gerald Merrithew (1972)
Progressive Conservative
William J. Woodroffe Progressive Conservative
Saint John West Rodman Logan Progressive Conservative
Bathurst H. H. Williamson [2]
Eugene McGinley (1972)
Liberal
Campbellton J.C. Van Horne Progressive Conservative
Edmundston Jean-Maurice Simard Progressive Conservative
Fredericton George Everett Chalmers Progressive Conservative
Lawrence Garvie Progressive Conservative

Notes:

  1. ^ died in 1973
  2. ^ a b c d died in 1972
  3. ^ a b resigned
Preceded by
46th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly
Legislative Assemblies of New Brunswick
1970-1974
Succeeded by
48th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly

References[edit]

  • Canadian Parliamentary Guide, 1974, PG Normandin