Parry Sound (electoral district)
Parry Sound was a federal electoral district represented in the House of Commons of Canada from 1904 to 1949. It was located in the province of Ontario. This riding was first created in 1903 from parts of Muskoka and Parry Sound riding.
It consisted of the territorial district of Parry Sound.
In 1933, it was expanded to include, in the territorial district of Nipissing, the townships of Ballantyne, Wilkes, Pentland, Boyd, Paxton, Biggar, Osler, Lister, Butt, Devine, Bishop, Freswick, McCraney, Hunter, McLaughlin, Bower, Finlayson, Peck, Canisbay and Sproule.
The electoral district was abolished in 1947 when it was merged into Parry Sound—Muskoka riding.
|Canadian federal election, 1904: Parry Sound|
|Liberal||WATSON, Robert James||2,410|
|Conservative||FREEBORN, James S.||2,035|
|Canadian federal election, 1908: Parry Sound|
|Liberal||WATSON, Robert James||2,135|
|Canadian federal election, 1911: Parry Sound|
|Canadian federal election, 1917: Parry Sound|
|Opposition||HOCKEN, Norman Cecil||2,043|
|Canadian federal election, 1921: Parry Sound|
|Independent||MASON, William Robert||3,157|
|Progressive||PARTRIDGE, Augustus Wellington||2,784|
|Canadian federal election, 1925: Parry Sound|
|Liberal||MASON, William Robert||3,922|
|Canadian federal election, 1926: Parry Sound|
|Canadian federal election, 1930: Parry Sound|
|Canadian federal election, 1935: Parry Sound|
|Liberal||SLAGHT, Arthur G.||6,230|
|Conservative||LIMBERT, Milton Henry||3,965|
|Reconstruction||MASON, William Robert||1,245|
|Canadian federal election, 1940: Parry Sound|
|Liberal||SLAGHT, Arthur G.||5,850|
|National Government||MCLEAN, A.Coulter||4,159|
|New Democratic Party||CULBERT, Clarence E.||786|
|Canadian federal election, 1945: Parry Sound|
|Progressive Conservative||A. Coulter McLean||4,909|
|Co-operative Commonwealth||Earle Torrie Taylor||1,951|
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