John Alexander Macdonald Armstrong

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John Alexander Macdonald Armstrong
Member of Parliament
for York North
In office
1911 – 1921
Preceded by A. B. Aylesworth
Succeeded by William Lyon Mackenzie King
Personal details
Born November 19, 1877
King Township, Ontario, Canada
Died February 2, 1926
Political party Conservative, Unionist Party
Profession conveyancer, real estate agent

John Alexander Macdonald Armstrong (November 19, 1877 in King Township, Ontario, Canada – February 2, 1926) was a Canadian politician, conveyancer and real estate agent. He was elected to the Canadian House of Commons in the 1911 election as a Member of the historical Conservative Party and re-elected in 1917 as a Unionist. He ran in the elections of 1908 and 1921 as a Conservative and lost both elections. Prior to his federal political experience, he served on King Township council as reeve of the township in 1908.

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