List of British Columbia CCF/NDP members

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This articles lists Wikipedia articles about members of the British Columbia, Canada, branch of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF), a social democratic political party, and its successor, the British Columbia New Democratic Party (NDP).

  • NOTE - Many BC seats have been multiple member ridings at various times

First elected in 1933[edit]

The CCF won 7 of the 47 seats available in the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia in the 1933 provincial election:

1934 by-election[edit]

The CCF won a seat available in a 1934 by-election:

First elected in 1937[edit]

The CCF won 7 of the 48 seats available in the 1937 election:

1939 by-election[edit]

The CCF won a seat available in a 1939 by-election:

First elected in 1941[edit]

The CCF won 14 of the 48 seats available in the 1941 election:

First elected in 1942[edit]

The CCF won a seat available in a 1942 by-election:

First elected in 1943[edit]

The CCF won a seat available in a 1943 by-election:

  • Vincent Segur - Revelstoke 1943by-1945 (ran, CCF lost), 1952-1953-1956 (retired, CCF lost)

First elected in 1945[edit]

The CCF won 10 of the 48 seats available in the 1945 election:

First elected in 1948[edit]

The CCF won a seat available in a 1948 by-election:

First elected in 1949[edit]

The CCF won 7 of the 48 seats available in the 1949 election:

First elected in 1951[edit]

The CCF won a seat available in a 1951 by-election:

  • Frank Mitchell - Esquimalt 1951by-1952-1953 (ran, CCF lost), Esquimalt-Port Renfrew 1979-1983-1986 (retired, NDP won)

First elected in 1952[edit]

The CCF won 18 of the 48 seats available in the 1952 general election:

First elected in 1953[edit]

The CCF won 14 of the 48 seats available in the 1953 election:

First elected in 1956[edit]

The CCF won 10 of the 52 seats available in the 1956 election:

1957 by-election[edit]

The CCF won a seat available in a 1957 by-election:

  • Cedric Cox - Burnaby 1957by-1960-1963 (ran, NDP lost)

First elected in 1960[edit]

The New Party, as it was renamed in 1960, won 16 of the 52 seats available in the 1960 election:

First elected in 1962[edit]

The NDP won a seat available in a 1962 by-election:

First elected in 1963[edit]

The NDP won 14 of the 52 seats available in the 1963 election:

  • David Stupich - Nanaimo & the Islands 1963-1966, Nanaimo 1966-1969 (ran, NDP lost), 1972-1975-1979-1983-1986-1989by (ran federally, NDP won)
  • William Leonard Hartley - Yale 1963-1966, Yale-Lillooet 1966-1969-1972-1975 (ran, NDP lost)

First elected in 1966[edit]

The NDP won 16 of the 55 seats available in the 1966 election:

  • Eileen Dailly - Burnaby North 1966-1969-1972-1975-1979-1983-1986 (retired, NDP won)
  • Fred Vulliamy - Burnaby-Willingdon 1966-1968by (died, NDP won)
  • Ernest Hall - Surrey 1966-1969-1972-1975 (ran, NDP lost), 1979-1983 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Thomas Rodney Berger - former MP - Vancouver-Burrard 1966-1969 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Raymond Parkinson - Vancouver-Burrard 1966-1969 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Robert Arthur Williams - Vancouver East 1966-1969-1972-1975-1976by (gave up seat for Dave Barrett, NDP won), 1984by-1986+

First elected in 1968[edit]

The NDP won 2 seats available in 1968 by-elections:

First elected in 1969[edit]

The NDP won a seat available in a 1969 by-election:

First elected in 1969[edit]

The NDP won 12 of the 55 seats available in the 1969 election:

  • Dennis Geoffrey - New Westminster 1969-1972-1975-1979-1983-1986 (retired, NDP won)

First elected in 1972[edit]

The NDP won 38 of the 55 seats available in the 1972 election:

First elected in 1975[edit]

The NDP won 18 of the 55 seats available in the 1975 election:

First elected in 1979[edit]

The NDP won 26 of the 57 seats available in the 1979 election:

First elected in 1983[edit]

The NDP won 22 of the 57 seats available in the 1983 election:

  • Mark Rose - former MP - Coquitlam-Moody 1983-1986-1991 (retired, NDP Won)
  • Robin Blencoe - Victoria 1983-1986-1991-1995* (Sat as Independent 1995-1996) (did not run, NDP won)

First elected in 1984[edit]

The NDP won a seat available in a 1984 by-election:

First elected in 1986[edit]

The NDP won 22 of the 69 seats available in the 1986 election:

  • Larry Guno - Atlin 1986-1991 (ridings merged)
  • Barry Jones - Burnaby North 1986-1991-1996 (retired, NDP won)
  • Moe Sihota - Esquimalt-Port Renfrew 1986-1991, Esquimalt-Metchosin 1991-1996-2001 (retired, NDP lost)
  • Anne Edwards - Kootenay 1986-1991-1996 (retired, NDP won)
  • John Cashore - Maillardville-Coquitlam 1986-1991, Coquitlam-Maillardville 1991-1996-2001 (retired, NDP lost)
  • Dale Lovick - Nanaimo 1986-1991-1996-2001 (retired, NDP lost)
  • Anita Hagen - New Westminster 1986-1991-1996 (retired, NDP won)
  • Lois Boone - Prince George North 1986-1991, Prince George-Mount Robson 1991-1996-2001 (retired, NDP lost)
  • Dan Miller - Prince Rupert 1986-1991, North Coast 1991-1996-2001 (retired, NDP lost)
  • Joan Smallwood - Surrey-Guildford Whalley 1986-1991, Surrey-Whalley 1991-1996-2001 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Michael Harcourt - Vancouver Centre 1986-1991, Vancouver Mount Pleasant 1991-1996 (retired, NDP won)
  • Glen Clark - Vancouver East 1986-1991, Vancouver Kingsway 1991-1996-2001 (retired, NDP lost)
  • Darlene Marzari - Vancouver-Point Grey 1986-1991-1996 (did not run, NDP lost)

First elected in 1988[edit]

The NDP won 2 seats available in 1988 by-elections:

  • Bill Barlee - Boundary-Similkameen 1988by—1991, Okanagan-Boundary 1991-1996 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Gerard Janssen - Alberni 1988by-1991-1996-2001 (ran, NDP lost)

First elected in 1989[edit]

The NDP won 4 seats available in 1989 by-elections:

  • Jan Pullinger - Nanaimo 1989by-1991, Cowichan-Ladysmith 1991-1996-2001 (retired, NDP lost)
  • Tom Perry - Vancouver Point Grey 1989by-1991, Vancouver Little Mountain 1991-1996 (riding renamed, retired, NDP lost)
  • David Zirnhelt - Cariboo 1989by-1991, Cariboo South 1991-1996-2001 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Elizabeth Cull - Oak Bay-Gordon Head 1989by-1991-1996 (ran, NDP lost)

First elected in 1991[edit]

The NDP won 51 of the 75 seats available in the 1991 election:

  • Jackie Pement - Bulkley Valley-Stikine 1991-1996 (did not run, NDP Won) later became a Liberal
  • Fred Randall - Burnaby Edmonds 1991-1996-2001 (retired, NDP lost)
  • Joan Sawicki - Burnaby-Willingdon 1991-1996-2001 (retired, NDP lost)
  • Frank Garden - Cariboo North 1991-1996 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Jim Doyle - Columbia River-Revelstoke 1991-1996-2001 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Margaret Lord - Comox Valley 1991-1996 (did not run, NDP won)
  • Norm Lortie - Delta North 1991-1996 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Arthur Charbonneau - Kamloops 1991-1996 (did not run, NDP won)
  • Frederick H. Jackson - Kamloops North Thompson 1991-1996 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Rick Kasper - Malahat-Juan de Fuca 1991-1996-2000 (sat as independent 2000-2001)
  • Dennis Streifel - Mission-Kent 1991-1996-2001 (riding renamed, retired, NDP lost)
  • Bill Hartley - Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows 1991-1996-2001 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Leonard Krog - Parksville-Qualicum 1991-1996 (ran, NDP lost), Nanaimo 2005+
  • Corky Evans - Nelson-Creston 1991-1996-2001 (ran, NDP lost), 2005+
  • David Schreck - North Vancouver-Lonsdale 1991-1996 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Jim Beattie - Okanagan-Penticton 1991-1996 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Mike Farnworth - Port Coquitlam 1991-1996-2001 (ran, NDP lost), Port Coquitlam-Burke Mountain 2005+
  • Barbara Copping Port Moody-Burnaby Mountain 1991-1996 (did not run, NDP lost)
  • Paul Ramsey - Prince George North 1991-1996-2001 (riding renamed, retired, NDP lost)
  • Ed Conroy - Rossland-Trail 1991-1996-2001 (ran in renamed riding of West Kootenay-Boundary, NDP lost)
  • Andrew Petter - Saanich South 1991-1996-2001 (retired, NDP lost)
  • Shannon O'Neill - Shuswap 1991-1996 (did not run, NDP lost)
  • Helmut Giesbrecht - Skeena 1991-1996-2001 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Sue Hammell - Surrey Green Timbers 1991-1996-2001 (ran, NDP lost), 2005–present
  • Penny Priddy - Surrey Newton 1991-1996-2001 (retired, NDP lost)
  • Bernie Simpson - Vancouver Fairview 1991-1996 (riding renamed, did not run)
  • Joy MacPhail - Vancouver Hastings 1991-1996-2001-2005 (retired, NDP won)
  • Ujjal Dosanjh - Vancouver Kensington 1991-1996-2001 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Harry Lali - Yale-Lillooet 1991-1996-2001 (did not run, NDP lost), 2005 Fraser-Nicola 2009-2013
  • Gretchen Brewin - Victoria-Beacon Hill 1991-1996-2001 (retired, NDP lost)

First elected in 1996[edit]

The NDP won 39 of the 75 seats available in the 1996 election:

First elected in 1999[edit]

The NDP won a seat available in a 1999 by-election:

  • Gordon Wilson - Powell River-Sunshine Coast (crossed the floor, switched to NDP) 1999-2001 (ran, NDP lost)

First elected in 2001[edit]

The NDP won 2 of the 79 seats available in the 2001 election.

First elected in 2004[edit]

The NDP won a seat available in a 2004 by-election:

  • Jagrup Brar - Surrey-Panorama Ridge 2004by-2005–2009, Surrey-Fleetwood, 2009-2013–present

First elected in 2005[edit]

The NDP won 34 of the 79 seats available in the 2005 election:

First elected in 2008[edit]

First elected in 2009[edit]

The NDP won 35 seats for a net gain of 2. In 2010, Bob Simpson left the NDP to become an independent leaving the NDP with 34 seats.

First elected in 2012[edit]

The NDP gained 2 seats in by-elections

First elected in 2013[edit]

The NDP won 34 seats for a net loss of 2.

Articles on prominent NDPers/CCFers at the municipal level[edit]

Articles on prominent NDP candidates and past candidates[edit]

2005 election

  • Moh Chelali - saved French President Jacques Chirac's life

1972, 1975, 1979, 1983, 1986 & 1991

See also[edit]