Port Arthur—Thunder Bay
Port Arthur—Thunder Bay was a federal electoral district represented in the House of Commons of Canada from 1925 to 1935. It was located in the province of Ontario. This riding was created in 1924 from parts of Algoma West and Port Arthur and Kenora ridings.
It consisted of the north-east parts of the territorial districts of Kenora and Thunder Bay.
The electoral district was abolished in 1933 when it was merged into Port Arthur riding.
|1925 Canadian federal election: Port Arthur—Thunder Bay|
|Conservative||LANGWORTHY, William Fitzgerald||3,277|
|Independent Conservative||CARRICK, John James||2,424|
|Liberal||MATTHEWS, Isaac Lamont||2,413|
|Canadian Labour Party||SMITH, Albert Edward||1,363|
|1926 Canadian federal election: Port Arthur—Thunder Bay|
|Conservative||COWAN, Donald James||4,349|
|Liberal-Labour||MCCOMBER, Alexander Jarvis||2,990|
|Canadian Labour Party||SMITH, Albert Edward||1,382|
|1930 Canadian federal election: Port Arthur—Thunder Bay|
|Conservative||COWAN, Donald James||6,371|
|Liberal||CARRICK, John James||4,415|
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