Maskinongé (Province of Canada)
|Province of Canada electoral district|
|Defunct pre-Confederation electoral district|
|Legislature||Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada|
The district of Maskinongé was established in 1853, under the Union regime of 1841. It was located in the current Mauricie area and was located southwest of the district of Saint-Maurice on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River.
Champlain was represented by one Member at the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada.
Members for Maskinongé (1854-1867)
|Joseph-Édouard Turcotte ||Parti bleu||1854|
|Louis-Honoré Gauvreau ||Parti bleu||1858|
|George Caron||Parti bleu||1858|
|George Caron ||Parti bleu||1861|
|Moïse Houde||Parti rouge||1863|
- History of the electoral map of Québec, Chief Electoral Officer of Québec.
- By-elections are indicated with Italic font.
- Turcotte successfully ran in the district of Champlain in 1858.
- Gauvreau died in office in 1858.
- Caron lost the 1863 election.
- History of Canada
- History of Quebec
- Maskinongé Electoral District
- Maskinongé Provincial Electoral District
- Politics of Canada
- Politics of Quebec