63rd General Assembly of Prince Edward Island
The 63rd General Assembly of Prince Edward Island is the 63rd sitting of the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island and the 37th since confederation in 1873. The assembly was elected on May 28, 2007 with the result of a change of government and a landslide for Robert Ghiz and the Liberals.
The Speaker of the Legislative Assembly (Kathleen Casey) is designated by a dagger.
|Number of members
per party by date
|May 28||Aug 31||Oct 15||Mar 28|
|Membership changes in the 63rd Assembly|
|May 28, 2007||See List of Members||Election day of the 2007 Prince Edward Island general election|
|August 30, 2007||Pat Binns||Belfast-Murray River||Progressive Conservative||Vacated seat|
|October 15, 2007||Charlie McGeoghegan||Belfast-Murray River||Liberal||Elected in a by-election|
|March 28, 2011||Michael Currie||Georgetown-St. Peters||Progressive Conservative||Vacated seat to run in the 2011 Canadian federal election|
- The Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island, government website