Discover if your ancestor was part of the provincial government of one of the nine Canadian provinces that existed in 1919. This volume records the names, and in some cases the salaries, of hundreds members of the Canadian provincial government. These include the Executive Council, Deputies, The Legislative Assembly, Judges, Inspectors of Schools, and Police Magistrates.
This short publication lists hundreds of politicians and civil servants who served in the provincial government of Canada.
Each section gives the date when the province entered the confederation and its population.
Included also is a table showing the country of origin of the population of Canada in the 1901 and 1911 censuses. English, Irish, Welsh and Scottish make up the vast majority of settlers, over fifty percent of the entire population. The figures also show the upsurge in migration to Canada from Eastern Europe between 1901 and 1911.
There were nine provinces in Canada in 1919
Prince Edward Island