- Legislative Assemblies of Canadian provinces and territories
*1 "Provincial parties" are parties that use the provinces name followed by "Party" or something similar. These include the
Saskatchewan Partyin Saskatchewan, the Parti Québécoisin Quebecand the Yukon Partyin the Yukonas well as minor parties in some other provinces.
Nunavutand the Northwest Territoriesdo not have formal political parties.
*3 Not aligned with the federal party.
Defunct legislative houses
Legislative Council of Quebec(1867–1968)
Legislative Council of Nova Scotia(–1928)
Legislative Council of New Brunswick(–1892)
Legislative Council of Manitoba(1870–1876)
Legislative Council of Prince Edward Island(–1893)
Legislative Council of Newfoundland(1854–1934)
Council of Keewatin, appointed legislative council for the District of Keewatin1876–1905
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