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Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories

The Speaker is the presiding officer of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories The speakership has changed many times from 1876 to 1888 the presiding officer of the assembly was the Lieutenant-Governor of the Northwest Territories, however Members of the Legislative Assembly would also elect one of their own to act as Chairman. Elected members held the Speakership from 1888 until 1905. The Deputy Commissioner of the Territories became Speaker and held that role from 1921 until 1975 when it was returned to the elected members.

Contents

  • Speakers and Presiding Officers 1
    • Lieutenant-Governors serving as Presiding Officer of the Council of the North-West Territories (1876-1888) 1.1
    • Speakers of the North-West Legislative Assembly (1888-1905) 1.2
    • Deputy Commissioners serving as Presiding Officer of the 2nd Council of the Northwest Territories (1921-1975) 1.3
    • Speakers of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories (since 1975) 1.4
  • External links 2

Speakers and Presiding Officers

Lieutenant-Governors serving as Presiding Officer of the Council of the North-West Territories (1876-1888)

Speakers of the North-West Legislative Assembly (1888-1905)

Deputy Commissioners serving as Presiding Officer of the 2nd Council of the Northwest Territories (1921-1975)

Speakers of the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories (since 1975)

External links

  • History of the Northwest Territories legislative assembly 1876 - 1905
  • Northwest Territories speakers 1975 to present
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