Alberta Anglican Politicians
Alberta Anglican Politicians features a series of short biographies of over a century's worth of Anglican politicians. During these men's and women's remarkable lives, all of them at one point of their life have found themselves living in the province of Alberta. They would all later go on to contribute the political system of Alberta and Canada by sitting in the Legislature or the House of Commons.
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Active in civic admitted Alberta Bar Alberta Supreme Court alderman Anglican Anglo-Irish descent appointed attended the University became a prominent Bench Born December Born July Born March Born October British Columbia by-election cabinet Calgary West Canada Canadian Army Canadian Expeditionary Force Canadian Parliamentary Guide Canadian Who’s Charles civic politics College daughter defeated died Educated election England English descent George graduating in Arts Grant Notley Hardisty homesteaded House of Commons Hudson’s Bay Company James John later lawyer legal firm Legislature Lethbridge Liberal member Lougheed Macleod married Northwest Mounted Police Northwest Rebellion Northwest Territories O’Connor Ontario Bar opposition member Pincher Creek practiced law Premier Progressive Conservative member Prowse q.c. Born Queen’s rancher re-election and retired Red Deer retired from politics returned Richard Hardisty riding Riley Saskatchewan saw active service School seek re-election Senate served settled at Edmonton Social Credit Social Credit member University of Alberta unsuccessful provincial candidate William