|MLA for Batoche|
|Succeeded by||Charles Nolin|
|MLA for Mitchell|
|Succeeded by||Joseph McIntyre|
September 16, 1852|
|Died||March 2, 1923
Victoria, British Columbia
Hilliard "Hillyard" Mitchell (September 16, 1852 – March 2, 1923) was a politician from the Canadian prairies.
Hillyard was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Northwest Territories in the 1888 Northwest Territories general election. He beat opponent James Fisher 82 to 65 in a hotly contested vote to become the 1st member from the Batoche electoral district.
In the 1891 Northwest Territories general election James would run for a second term, this time switching to the new Mitchell electoral district. Hillyard would be acclaimed in this election and acclaimed 2 more times until his retirement from the legislature in 1898.
- Community Memories, Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre
- History of the Northwest Territories Legislative Assembly 1876 - 1905
|Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories|
|New district||Member of the Legislative Assembly for Batoche
|Member of the Legislative Assembly for Mitchell