Bruce North was a federal electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1867 to 1935. It was created by the British North America Act of 1867 which divided the county of Bruce into two ridings: Bruce North and Bruce South.
The North Riding of Bruce consisted initially of the Townships of Bury, Lindsay, Eastnor, Albermarle, Amabel, Arran, Bruce, Elderslie, and Saugeen, and the Village of Southampton.
In 1882, the riding was redefined to exclude the Townships of Bury, Bruce, and Saugeen, and include the township of St. Edmunds and the villages of Wiarton, Chesley, Tara, Paisley and Port Elgin. In 1892, it was redefined to include the Saugeen and Cape Croker Indian reserves.
In 1903, it was redefined as consisting of the townships of Albemarle, Amabel, Arran, Bruce, Eastnor, Kincardine, Lindsay, Saugeen and St. Edmunds, the towns of Kincardine and Wiarton, and the villages of Port Elgin, Southampton, Tara and Tiverton.
In 1924, it was redefined as consisting of the part of the county of Bruce lying north of and including the townships of Kincardine, Bruce, Saugeen and Arran.
The electoral district was abolished in 1933 when it was merged into Bruce riding.
|Canadian federal election, 1867|
|Canadian federal election, 1872|
|Canadian federal election, 1874|
|Canadian federal election, 1878|
|Canadian federal election, 1882|
|Canadian federal election, 1887|
|Liberal||BONNAR, Hector Alex||1,683|
|Canadian federal election, 1891|
|Liberal||BONNAR, Hector Alex||1,832|
|Canadian federal election, 1896|
|Liberal||BONNAR, Hector A.||1,671|
|Protestant Protective||POTTS, Henry T.||991|
|Canadian federal election, 1900|
On Mr. McNeill's election being declared void, 2 December 1901:
|By-election on 20 March 1901|
|Liberal||CAMPBELL, James E.||2,278|
|Canadian federal election, 1904|
On Mr. Bland's death, 19 August 1906:
|By-election on 30 October 1906|
|Canadian federal election, 1908|
|Canadian federal election, 1911|
|Canadian federal election, 1917|
|Government (Unionist)||CLARK, Hugh||4,269|
|Opposition (Laurier Liberals)||MACAULAY, John||2,579|
|Canadian federal election, 1921|
|Progressive||STACEY, Richmond Earl||3,704|
|Canadian federal election, 1925|
|Progressive||LANDON, Nathan Stevenson||2,351|
|Canadian federal election, 1926|
|Liberal||MALCOLM, James||5,447 |-||Conservative||CLARK, Hugh||4,959|
On acceptance by James Malcolm of an office of emolument under the Crown, 22 October 1926:
|By-election on 9 November 1926|
|Liberal||MALCOLM, Hon. James||acclaimed|
|Canadian federal election, 1930|
|Liberal||MALCOLM, Hon. James||5,620|