Gordon Edward Corbould

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Gordon Edward Corbould (November 2, 1847 – August 19, 1926) was a Canadian lawyer and Conservative politician. In an 1890 by-election triggered by the death of the incumbent MP Donald Chisholm, he was chosen to represent New Westminster in the Canadian House of Commons. He was re-elected once, and sat in the house until 1896.

Born in Toronto, Ontario, the son of Charles and Mary Corbould, Corbould was educated at the Upper Canada College. He was admitted to practice in Ontario in 1872 and practice law in Orillia, Ontario. He moved to New Westminster, British Columbia in 1880 and was called to the bar of British Columbia in 1882.

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Parliament of Canada
Preceded by
Donald Chisholm
Member of Parliament for New Westminster
1890–1896
Succeeded by
Aulay MacAulay Morrison