William Charles Good
|William Charles Good|
|Member of the Canadian Parliament
|Preceded by||John Harold|
|Succeeded by||Franklin Smoke|
February 24, 1876|
near Brantford, Ontario
|Died||November 16, 1967 (aged 91)
|Political party||Progressive Party of Canada|
Good joined the executive of the Farmers' Association in 1904. A proponent of farmers' unity, he founded the Canadian Council of Agriculture in 1909 with Ernest Charles Drury and E. A. Partridge and helped organize the United Farmers of Ontario and its co-operative arm in 1914.
Good was a prominent member of the Progressive Party of Canada and was elected to the Canadian House of Commons in 1921 as one of its MPs and served until 1925 representing the riding of Brant. He was an advocate of electoral reform, tariff reform, temperance and banking reform. He was elected president of the Co-operative Union of Canada in 1921 retaining that office until 1945.