List of House members of the 11th Parliament of Canada

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The following is a list of the members as of the dissolution of the 11th Parliament of Canada on July 29, 1911, and reflects additions to the House resulting from by-election and resignations following the 1908 election.


Party leaders are italicized. Cabinet ministers are in boldface. The Prime Minister is both. Electoral districts denoted by an asterisk (*) indicates that district was represented by two members.


Electoral district Name Party
Calgary Maitland Stewart McCarthy Conservative
Edmonton Frank Oliver Liberal
Macleod John Herron Liberal-Conservative
Medicine Hat Charles Alexander Magrath Conservative
Red Deer Michael Clark Liberal
Strathcona Wilbert McIntyre (died 21 July 1909) Liberal
James McCrie Douglas (by-election of 1909-10-20) Liberal
Victoria William Henry White Liberal

British Columbia[edit]

Electoral district Name Party
Comox—Atlin William Sloan (resigned 21 January 1909 to allow seat for Templeman) Liberal
William Templeman (by-election of 1909-02-08) Liberal
Kootenay Arthur Samuel Goodeve Conservative
Nanaimo Ralph Smith Liberal
New Westminster James Davis Taylor Conservative
Vancouver City George Henry Cowan Conservative
Victoria City George Henry Barnard Conservative
Yale—Cariboo Martin Burrell Conservative


Electoral district Name Party
Brandon Clifford Sifton Liberal
Dauphin Glenlyon Campbell Conservative
Lisgar William Henry Sharpe Conservative
Macdonald William D. Staples Conservative
Marquette William James Roche Conservative
Portage la Prairie Arthur Meighen Conservative
Provencher John Patrick Molloy Liberal
Selkirk George Henry Bradbury Conservative
Souris Frederick Laurence Schaffner Conservative
Winnipeg Alexander Haggart Conservative

New Brunswick[edit]

Electoral district Name Party
Carleton Frank Broadstreet Carvell Liberal
Charlotte William Frederick Todd Liberal
City and County of St. John William Pugsley Liberal
City of St. John John Waterhouse Daniel Conservative
Gloucester Onésiphore Turgeon Liberal
Kent Olivier J. Leblanc Liberal
King's and Albert Duncan Hamilton McAlister Liberal
Northumberland William Stewart Loggie Liberal
Restigouche James Reid Liberal
Sunbury—Queen's Hugh Havelock McLean Liberal
Victoria Pius Michaud Liberal
Westmorland Henry Emmerson Liberal
York Oswald Smith Crocket Conservative

Nova Scotia[edit]

Electoral district Name Party
Annapolis Samuel Walter Willet Pickup Liberal
Antigonish William Chisholm Liberal
Cape Breton South James William Maddin Liberal-Conservative
Colchester John Stanfield Conservative
Cumberland Edgar Nelson Rhodes Conservative
Digby Clarence Jameson Conservative
Guysborough John Howard Sinclair Liberal
Halifax* Robert Laird Borden Conservative
Adam Brown Crosby Conservative
Hants Judson Burpee Black Liberal
Inverness Alexander William Chisholm Liberal
Kings Frederick William Borden Liberal
Lunenburg Alexander Kenneth Maclean (resigned 23 October 1909) Liberal
John Drew Sperry (by-election of 1909-12-22) Liberal
North Cape Breton and Victoria Daniel Duncan McKenzie Liberal
Pictou Edward Mortimer Macdonald Liberal
Richmond George William Kyte Liberal
Shelburne and Queen's William Stevens Fielding Liberal
Yarmouth Bowman Brown Law Liberal


Electoral district Name Party
Algoma East William Ross Smyth Conservative
Algoma West Arthur Cyril Boyce Conservative
Brantford Lloyd Harris Liberal
Brant William Paterson Liberal
Brockville George Perry Graham Liberal
Bruce North John Tolmie Liberal
Bruce South James J. Donnelly Conservative
Carleton Robert Laird Borden (resigned to maintain seat in Halifax) Conservative
Edward Kidd (by-election of 1909-02-22) Conservative
Dufferin John Barr (died 19 November 1909) Conservative
John Best (by-election of 1909-12-22) Conservative
Dundas Andrew Broder Conservative
Durham Charles Jonas Thornton Conservative
Elgin East David Marshall Conservative
Elgin West Thomas Wilson Crothers Conservative
Essex North Robert Franklin Sutherland (until 21 October 1909 judicial appointment) Liberal
Oliver James Wilcox (by-election of 1909-11-10) Conservative
Essex South Alfred Henry Clarke Liberal
Frontenac John Wesley Edwards Conservative
Glengarry John Angus McMillan Liberal
Grenville John Dowsley Reid Conservative
Grey East Thomas Simpson Sproule Conservative
Grey North William Sora Middlebro Conservative
Grey South Henry Horton Miller Liberal
Haldimand Francis Ramsey Lalor Conservative
Halton David Henderson Conservative
Hamilton East Samuel Barker Conservative
Hamilton West Thomas Joseph Stewart Conservative
Hastings East William Barton Northrup Conservative
Maitland Stewart McCarthy Conservative
Hastings West Edward Guss Porter Conservative
Huron East Thomas Chisholm Conservative
Huron South Murdo Young McLean Liberal
Huron West Edward Norman Lewis Conservative
Kent East David Alexander Gordon Liberal
Kent West Archibald Blake McCoig Liberal
Kingston William Harty Liberal
Lambton East Joseph Elijah Armstrong Conservative
Lambton West Frederick Forsyth Pardee Liberal
Lanark North William Thoburn Conservative
Lanark South John Graham Haggart Conservative
Leeds George Taylor Conservative
Lennox and Addington Uriah Wilson Conservative
Lincoln Edward Arthur Lancaster Conservative
London Thomas Beattie Conservative
Middlesex East Peter Elson Conservative
Middlesex North Alexander Wilson Smith Liberal
Middlesex West William Samuel Calvert (until 21 October 1909 railway appointment) Liberal
Duncan Campbell Ross (by-election of 1909-11-10) Liberal
Muskoka William Wright Conservative
Nipissing George Gordon Conservative
Norfolk Alexander McCall Conservative
Northumberland East Charles Lewis Owen Conservative
Northumberland West John B. McColl Liberal
Ontario North Samuel Simpson Sharpe Conservative
Ontario South Frederick Luther Fowke Liberal
Ottawa (City of)* Wilfrid Laurier (until resignation) Liberal
Harold Buchanan McGiverin Liberal
Albert Allard (by-election of 1910-01-29, replaces Laurier) Liberal
Oxford North Edward Walter Nesbitt Liberal
Oxford South Malcolm Smith Schell Liberal
Parry Sound James Arthurs Conservative
Peel Richard Blain Conservative
Perth North James Palmer Rankin Liberal
Perth South Gilbert Howard McIntyre Liberal
Peterborough East John Albert Sexsmith Conservative
Peterborough West James Robert Stratton Liberal
Prescott Edmond Proulx Liberal
Prince Edward Morley Currie Liberal
Renfrew North Gerald Verner White Conservative
Renfrew South Thomas Andrew Low Liberal
Russell Charles Murphy Liberal
Simcoe East Thomas Edward Manley Chew Liberal
Simcoe North John Allister Currie Conservative
Simcoe South Haughton Lennox Conservative
Stormont Robert Smith Liberal
Thunder Bay and Rainy River James Conmee Liberal
Toronto Centre Edmund James Bristol Conservative
Toronto East Joseph Russell Independent
Toronto North George Eulas Foster Conservative
Toronto South Angus Claude Macdonell Conservative
Toronto West Edmund Boyd Osler Conservative
Victoria Sam Hughes Liberal-Conservative
Waterloo North William Lyon Mackenzie King (until ministerial appointment) Liberal
William Lyon Mackenzie King (by-election of 1909-06-21) Liberal
Waterloo South George Adam Clare Conservative
Welland William Manly German Liberal
Wellington North Alexander Munro Martin Liberal
Wellington South Hugh Guthrie Liberal
Wentworth William Oscar Sealey Liberal
York Centre Thomas George Wallace Conservative
York North Allen Bristol Aylesworth Liberal
York South William Findlay Maclean Independent Conservative

Prince Edward Island[edit]

Electoral district Name Party
King's Austin Levi Fraser Conservative
Prince James William Richards Liberal
Queen's* Lemuel Ezra Prowse Liberal
Alexander Bannerman Warburton Liberal


Electoral district Name Party
Argenteuil George Halsey Perley Conservative
Bagot Joseph Edmond Marcile Liberal
Beauce Henri Sévérin Béland Liberal
Beauharnois Louis-Joseph Papineau Liberal
Bellechasse Onésiphore Ernest Talbot Liberal
Berthier Arthur Ecrément Liberal
Bonaventure Charles Marcil Liberal
Brome Sydney Arthur Fisher Liberal
Chambly—Verchères Victor Geoffrion Liberal
Champlain Pierre Édouard Blondin Conservative
Charlevoix Joseph David Rodolphe Forget Conservative
Chicoutimi—Saguenay Joseph Girard Conservative
Châteauguay James Pollock Brown Liberal
Compton Aylmer Byron Hunt Liberal
Dorchester Joseph Alfred Ernest Roy Liberal
Drummond—Arthabaska Louis Lavergne (until Senate appointment) Liberal
Arthur Gilbert (by-election of 1910-11-03) Nationalist
Gaspé Rodolphe Lemieux Liberal
Hochelaga Louis Alfred Adhémar Rivet Liberal
Huntingdon James Alexander Robb Liberal
Jacques Cartier Frederick Debartzch Monk Conservative
Joliette Joseph Adélard Dubeau Liberal
Kamouraska Ernest Lapointe Liberal
Labelle Charles Beautrom Major Liberal
Laprairie—Napierville Roch Lanctôt Liberal
L'Assomption Paul-Arthur Séguin Liberal
Laval Charles Avila Wilson Liberal
Lévis Louis Auguste Carrier Liberal
L'Islet Eugène Paquet Conservative
Lotbinière Edmond Fortier (until election voided 29 September 1909) Liberal
Edmond Fortier (by-election of 1909-10-26) Liberal
Maisonneuve Alphonse Verville Labour
Maskinongé Hormidas Mayrand Liberal
Mégantic François Théodore Savoie Liberal
Missisquoi Daniel Bishop Meigs Liberal
Montcalm François Octave Dugas (until 6 September 1909 judicial appointment) Liberal
David Arthur Lafortune (by-election of 1909-09-25) Independent Liberal
Montmagny Cyrias Roy Liberal
Montmorency Georges Parent Liberal
Nicolet Gustave Adolphe Turcotte Liberal
Pontiac George Frederick Hodgins Liberal
Portneuf Michel-Siméon Delisle Liberal
Quebec-Centre Arthur Lachance Liberal
Quebec County Joseph Pierre Turcotte Liberal
Quebec East Wilfrid Laurier Liberal
Quebec West William Price Conservative
Richelieu Adélard Lanctôt Liberal
Richmond—Wolfe Edmund William Tobin Liberal
Rimouski Jean Auguste Ross Liberal
Rouville Louis Philippe Brodeur Liberal
Shefford Henry Edgarton Allen Liberal
Sherbrooke (Town of) Arthur Norreys Worthington Conservative
Soulanges Joseph Arthur Lortie Conservative
St. Anne Charles Joseph Doherty Conservative
Stanstead Charles Henry Lovell Liberal
St. Antoine Herbert Brown Ames Conservative
St. Hyacinthe Aimé Majorique Beauparlant Liberal
St. James Honoré Hippolyte Achille Gervais Liberal
St. Johns—Iberville Marie Joseph Demers Liberal
St. Lawrence Robert Bickerdike Liberal
St. Mary Médéric Martin Liberal
Terrebonne Wilfrid Bruno Nantel Conservative
Three Rivers and St. Maurice Jacques Bureau Liberal
Témiscouata Charles Arthur Gauvreau Liberal
Two Mountains Joseph Arthur Calixte Éthier Liberal
Vaudreuil Gustave Benjamin Boyer Liberal
Wright Emmanuel Berchmans Devlin Liberal
Yamaska Oscar Gladu Liberal


Electoral district Name Party
Assiniboia John Gillanders Turriff Liberal
Battleford Albert Champagne Liberal
Humboldt David Bradley Neely Liberal
Mackenzie Edward L. Cash Liberal
Moose Jaw William Erskine Knowles Liberal
Prince Albert William Windfield Rutan Liberal
Qu'Appelle Richard Stuart Lake Conservative
Regina William Melville Martin Liberal
Saltcoats Thomas MacNutt Liberal
Saskatoon George Ewan McCraney Liberal


Electoral district Name Party
Yukon Frederick Tennyson Congdon Liberal