History and Origin of Alberta Constituencies
Delve into the rich history of Alberta's constituencies from its inception, through WWI and into the Roaring Twenties. Gain insight into the creation and dissolution of Alberta's internal political boundaries following the turn of the century.
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1971 general election 1982 The Constituency 2nd general election Acadia Alberta Constituency Alberta Electoral Division Alberta leader appointed Bogle Bonnyville Born cabinet Calgary Camrose Canadian Army Cardston Conservative contested unsuccessfully created prior defeated district Drayton Valley Drumheller Edmonton Edson educated elected and sat elected by acclamation Electoral Division Map entered the Legislature entering provincial politics Executive Council farmer Former Constituency Fort Saskatchewan Four years later Hand Hills Harry Strom held the seat homesteaded incumbent member Innisfail joined the Canadian Legislative Lethbridge Macleod Mardon Medicine Hat Mormon named North North Saskatchewan River party party’s pioneer polls population Premier Sifton private member provincial levels rancher Red Deer Regina represented this constituency residents resigned his seat resulting by-election retired from politics Rocky Mountain House Sedgewick seek re-election served Shandro Social Credit member SoCred Supreme Court teacher Tory UFA candidate UFA member Ukrainian University of Alberta vote majority Whitford