Albert Allison Dysart (March 22, 1880 – December 8, 1962) was a New Brunswick politician, lawyer and judge. Dysart was born in Cocagne, New Brunswick and was educated at University of St. Joseph's College in Memramcook, the Ontario Agricultural College and Dalhousie Law School. He was called to the bar in 1913 and set up practice in Bouctouche. He was elected to the provincial legislature in 1917 and served as Speaker from 1921 to 1925 and served briefly as Minister of Lands and Mines in 1925 until the defeat of the Liberal government.

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  • Albert Allison Dysart (March 22, 1880 – December 8, 1962) was a New Brunswick politician, lawyer and judge. Dysart was born in Cocagne, New Brunswick and was educated at University of St. Joseph's College in Memramcook, the Ontario Agricultural College and Dalhousie Law School. He was called to the bar in 1913 and set up practice in Bouctouche. He was elected to the provincial legislature in 1917 and served as Speaker from 1921 to 1925 and served briefly as Minister of Lands and Mines in 1925 until the defeat of the Liberal government. In 1926, Dysart succeeded Peter J. Veniot as leader of the Liberal party. In 1935 the Liberals returned to power and Dysart became the 22nd Premier of the province. His government introduced the first Landlord and Tenants Act in 1938 and updated the Labour Relations Act. It attempted to create jobs in the Great Depression through extensive road construction. After suffering from poor health from some time, he led the government to re-election in 1939 and resigned in 1940 to become a County Court Judge of Westmorland and Kent Counties. He served in that position until his retirement in 1955. His former home in Shediac, New Brunswick is a registered historic place. He lived there from 1943 until his death. (en)
  • Allison A. Dysart (1880-1962) était un homme politique, un avocat et un juge néo-brunswickois. Allison Dysart naît à Cocagne le 22 mars 1880 et suit des études à l'Université Saint-Joseph à Memramcook, puis au collège d'agriculture de Guelph en Ontario et finit avec une licence de Droit à l'Université Dalhousie à Halifax, en Nouvelle-Écosse. Il a été élu à la législature provinciale en 1917 et en sert à titre de président de 1921 à 1925 et brièvement à titre de ministre en 1925 avant la défaite du gouvernement libéral. En 1926 il succède à Peter J. Veniot en tant que chef du Parti libéral. En 1935, les libéraux reviennent au pouvoir et Dysart devient premier ministre du Nouveau-Brunswick. Son gouvernement est réélu en 1939, mais il démissionne en 1940 pour devenir juge d'un tribunal de comté. Dysart meurt le 8 décembre 1962. (fr)
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  • Albert Allison Dysart (March 22, 1880 – December 8, 1962) was a New Brunswick politician, lawyer and judge. Dysart was born in Cocagne, New Brunswick and was educated at University of St. Joseph's College in Memramcook, the Ontario Agricultural College and Dalhousie Law School. He was called to the bar in 1913 and set up practice in Bouctouche. He was elected to the provincial legislature in 1917 and served as Speaker from 1921 to 1925 and served briefly as Minister of Lands and Mines in 1925 until the defeat of the Liberal government. (en)
  • Allison A. Dysart (1880-1962) était un homme politique, un avocat et un juge néo-brunswickois. Allison Dysart naît à Cocagne le 22 mars 1880 et suit des études à l'Université Saint-Joseph à Memramcook, puis au collège d'agriculture de Guelph en Ontario et finit avec une licence de Droit à l'Université Dalhousie à Halifax, en Nouvelle-Écosse. (fr)
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