|Preceded by||New riding|
|Succeeded by||Ted Jolliffe|
|Born||November 25, 1887|
Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
|Died||December 24, 1979 (aged 92)|
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
|Political party||Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario|
|Domestic partner||Hazel Charlton Haight|
Macaulay was a Conservative member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. He was first elected as Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) for the Toronto area riding of York South in 1926. He was brought into the cabinet as Provincial Secretary and Registrar in September 1930 in the last few weeks of the administration of Ontario Premier George Howard Ferguson. He was retained in that position when Ferguson's successor, George Henry formed his cabinet in December.
Macaulay went on to serve as Minister of Highways from 1931 to 1934 and also Minister of Public Works for six months before the defeat of the Henry government by Mitchell Hepburn's Ontario Liberal Party in the 1934 Ontario election.
Macaulay kept his seat through the election and, in 1936, he was a candidate in the Ontario Conservative leadership convention placing fourth. He remained in the legislature until losing his seat in the 1943 Ontario election to Ontario Co-operative Commonwealth Federation leader Ted Jolliffe.
- The Canadian Parliamentary Guide - Pierre G. Normandin, A. Léopold Normandin - Google Books. Retrieved 2013-04-05 – via Google Books.
- Canadian Annual Review of Politics and Public Affairs - Rb Byers - Google Books. Retrieved 2013-04-05 – via Google Books.
George Stewart Henry
| Minister of Public Works and Highways