6th Saskatchewan Legislature
The 6th Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan was elected in the Saskatchewan general election held in June 1925. The assembly sat from December 3, 1925, to May 11, 1929. The Liberal Party led by Charles Avery Dunning formed the government. After Dunning entered federal politics in 1926, James Garfield Gardiner became Liberal party leader and Premier. Charles Tran, the leader of the Progressive Party, and James Thomas Milton Anderson, the leader of the Conservative Party, shared the role of opposition leader in the assembly.
Members of the Assembly
The following members were elected to the assembly in 1925:
- Election was held on July 21, 1925
|Conservative Party of Saskatchewan||3|
| Government Majority
By-elections were held to replace members for various reasons:
|Electoral district||Member elected||Party||Election date||Reason|
|Willow Bunch||James Albert Cross||Liberal||August 31, 1925||A Hindle resigned seat to allow Cross to be elected to assembly|
|Pipestone||William John Patterson||Liberal||March 18, 1926||WJ Patterson ran for reelection after being named to cabinet|
|Prince Albert||Thomas Clayton Davis||Liberal||March 18, 1926||TC Davis ran for reelection after being named to cabinet|
|Île-à-la-Crosse||A. Jules Marion||Liberal||April 26, 1926||JO Nolin died in office in December 1925|
|Moose Jaw County||Thomas Waddell||Liberal||May 25, 1926||CA Dunning ran for federal seat|
|Notukeu||Alexander Lothian Grant||Liberal||June 1, 1926||G Spence ran for federal seat|
|Kerrobert||Donald Laing||Liberal||November 9, 1926||JA Dowd resigned seat|
|Saskatoon City||Howard McConnell||Conservative||January 21, 1927||AP McNab named to local government board|
|Moose Jaw City||William Gladstone Ross||Liberal||May 17, 1927||WE Knowles named to bench|
|Morse||Duncan Morris Robertson||Liberal||August 15, 1927||WP MacLachlan died in office|
|Maple Creek||George Spence||Liberal||December 1, 1927||PL Hyde resigned seat|
|Arm River||Thomas Frederick Waugh||Liberal||October 25, 1928||GA Scott resigned after being named income tax inspector|
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