James East

James East (October 7, 1871 – June 23, 1940) was a politician and labour activist in Alberta, Canada. He was for a time and the longest-serving alderman in Edmonton's history, and was a defeated candidate at the provincial and federal levels. He was also an ardent monetary reformer.

Read more about James East:  Early Life, Municipal Politics and Expulsion From Office, World War I, Return To Municipal Office, and Federal Politics, Out of Office, Resurgence, and Final Defeat, Death

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Edmonton City Council - Past Councils - From 1912 Until 1924
... Elected Mayor North side South side Notes 1923 Kenneth Alexander Blatchford Ambrose Bury, James McCrie Douglas, James East, James Findlay, William Rea Joseph J ... Duggan 1922 David Milwyn Duggan Joseph Adair, Kenneth Alexander Blatchford, James Collisson, Daniel Kennedy Knott Valentine Richards, Rice Sheppard 1921 David Milwyn ... Kinney, James Macfie MacDonald, William Martin, George Pheasey Charles Grant 1915 William Thomas Henry James Macfie MacDonald, W C McArthur, Charles Wilson Orlando Bush, Robert Blyth Douglas 1914 ...
James East - Death
... James East died June 23, 1940, at the age of 68 ... He was survived by his wife and one son ...

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