52nd General Assembly of Prince Edward Island

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The 52nd General Assembly of Prince Edward Island was in session from June 2, 1970, to April 3, 1974. The Liberal Party led by Alex Campbell formed the government.

Cecil A. Miller was elected speaker.

There were five sessions of the 52nd General Assembly:

Session Start End
1st June 2, 1970 June 25, 1970
2nd February 18, 1971 November 26, 1971
3rd March 2, 1972 April 14, 1972
4th January 23, 1973 March 16, 1973
5th March 7, 1974 April 3, 1974

Members[edit]

Kings[edit]

District Assemblyman Party Councillor Party
1st Kings     Bruce L. Stewart Liberal     Daniel J. MacDonald[1]

Melvin J. McQuaid (1972)

Liberal

Progressive
Conservative

2nd Kings     Walter Dingwell Progressive
Conservative
    Leo Rossiter Progressive
Conservative
3rd Kings     William Bennett Campbell Liberal     Bud Ings Liberal
4th Kings     Lorne Bonnell[2]

John Bonnell (1972)

Liberal     Gilbert R. Clements Liberal
5th Kings     Arthur J. MacDonald Liberal     George J. Ferguson Liberal

Prince[edit]

District Assemblyman Party Councillor Party
1st Prince     Russell Perry Liberal     Robert E. Campbell Liberal
2nd Prince     George Dewar Progrsesive
Conservative
    Joshua MacArthur Liberal
3rd Prince     William Gallant Liberal     Edward Clark Liberal
4th Prince     Robert Schurman[3] Liberal    
Frank Jardine Liberal
5th Prince     Earle Hickey Progressive
Conservative
    Alexander B. Campbell Liberal

Queens[edit]

District Assemblyman Party Councillor Party
1st Queens     Jean Canfield Liberal     Ralph Johnstone Liberal
2nd Queens     Sinclair Cutcliffe[4]

Bennett Carr (1972)

Liberal     Lloyd MacPhail Progressive
Conservative
3rd Queens     Cecil A. Miller Liberal     Levi McNally Liberal
4th Queens     J. Stewart Ross Liberal     Daniel Compton Progressive
Conservative
5th Queens     Gordon L. Bennett Liberal     Elmer Blanchard[5]

Peter McNeill

Liberal
6th Queens     Allison MacDonald Liberal     John H. Maloney Liberal

Notes:

  1. ^ elected to federal seat
  2. ^ named to Senate
  3. ^ died in 1973
  4. ^ ran unsuccessfully for federal seat
  5. ^ died

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