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List of Members of the Canadian House of Commons - H

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* Joseph-Alphonse-Anaclet Habel b. 1895 first elected in 1953 as Liberal member for Cochrane, Ontario.
* Edward Hackett b. 1840 first elected in 1878 as Liberal-Conservative member for Prince County, Prince Edward Island.
* John Thomas Hackett b. 1884 first elected in 1930 as Conservative member for Stanstead, Quebec.
* George Haddow b. 1833 first elected in 1878 as Independent member for Restigouche, New Brunswick.
* Albert Hagar b. 1827 first elected in 1867 as Liberal member for Prescott, Ontario.
* Alexander Haggart b. 1848 first elected in 1908 as Conservative member for Winnipeg, Manitoba.
* John Graham Haggart b. 1836 first elected in 1872 as Conservative member for Lanark South, Ontario.
* David George Hahn b. 1925 first elected in 1963 as Liberal member for Broadview, Ontario.
* Frederick George Hahn b. 1911 first elected in 1953 as Social Credit member for New Westminster, British Columbia.
* Stanley Haidasz b. 1923 first elected in 1957 as Liberal member for Trinity, Ontario.
* Robert Henry Halbert b. 1870 first elected in 1919 as Independent member for Ontario North, Ontario.
* Frederick Harding Hale b. 1844 first elected in 1887 as Liberal-Conservative member for Carleton, New Brunswick.
* Alfred Dryden Hales b. 1909 first elected in 1957 as Progressive Conservative member for Wellington South, Ontario.
* Allen Haley b. 1844 first elected in 1896 as Liberal member for Hants, Nova Scotia.
* Charles E. Haliburton b. 1938 first elected in 1972 as Progressive Conservative member for South Western Nova, Nova Scotia.
* James Hall b. 1806 first elected in 1874 as Liberal member for Peterborough East, Ontario.
* Robert Newton Hall b. 1836 first elected in 1882 as Liberal-Conservative member for Town of Sherbrooke, Quebec.
* Robert Richard Hall b. 1865 first elected in 1904 as Liberal member for Peterborough West, Ontario.
* Walter Allan Hall b. 1867 first elected in 1925 as Liberal member for Bruce South, Ontario.
* William Samuel Hall b. 1871 first elected in 1935 as Social Credit member for Edmonton East, Alberta.
* Howard Hadden Halladay b. 1878 first elected in 1917 as Unionist member for Bow River, Alberta.
* Maurice Hallé b. 1906 first elected in 1940 as Liberal member for Brome—Missisquoi, Quebec.
* Bruce Halliday b. 1926 first elected in 1974 as Progressive Conservative member for Oxford, Ontario.
* James Halliday b. 1845 first elected in 1901 as Conservative member for Bruce North, Ontario.
* George Ernest Halpenny b. 1903 first elected in 1957 as Progressive Conservative member for London, Ontario.
* Joseph-Irénée-René Hamel b. 1910 first elected in 1945 as Bloc populaire canadien member for St-Maurice—Laflèche, Quebec.
* Charles-André Hamelin b. 1947 first elected in 1984 as Progressive Conservative member for Charlevoix, Quebec.
* Charles James Hamilton b. 1855 first elected in 1925 as Conservative member for Stormont, Ontario.
* Francis Alvin George Hamilton b. 1912 first elected in 1957 as Progressive Conservative member for Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan.
* Frank Fletcher Hamilton b. 1921 first elected in 1972 as Progressive Conservative member for Swift Current—Maple Creek, Saskatchewan.
* Henry Sidney Hamilton b. 1897 first elected in 1935 as Liberal member for Algoma West, Ontario.
* John Borden Hamilton b. 1913 first elected in 1954 as Progressive Conservative member for York West, Ontario.
* William McLean Hamilton b. 1919 first elected in 1953 as Progressive Conservative member for Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Quebec.
* William James Hammell b. 1881 first elected in 1921 as Progressive member for Muskoka, Ontario.
* Robert Leith Hanbidge b. 1891 first elected in 1958 as Progressive Conservative member for Kindersley, Saskatchewan.
* Wilfred Hanbury b. 1887 first elected in 1930 as Liberal member for Vancouver—Burrard, British Columbia.
* Art Hanger b. 1943 first elected in 1993 as Reform member for Calgary Northeast, Alberta.
* Adelbert Edward Hanna b. 1863 first elected in 1913 as Conservative member for Lanark South, Ontario.
* Charles Edward Hanna b. 1884 first elected in 1924 as Liberal member for Hastings West, Ontario.
* Richmond Francis Hanna b. 1913 first elected in 1953 as Liberal member for Edmonton—Strathcona, Alberta.
* Hannes Marino Hannesson b. 1884 first elected in 1925 as Conservative member for Selkirk, Manitoba.
* Hugh Hanrahan b. 1947 first elected in 1993 as Reform member for Edmonton—Strathcona, Alberta.
* Ernest George Hansell b. 1895 first elected in 1935 as Social Credit member for Macleod, Alberta.
* Olof Hanson b. 1882 first elected in 1930 as Liberal member for Skeena, British Columbia.
* Richard Hanson b. 1879 first elected in 1921 as Conservative member for York—Sunbury, New Brunswick.
* Mac Harb b. 1953 first elected in 1988 as Liberal member for Ottawa Centre, Ontario.
* Elliott William Hardey b. 1932 first elected in 1984 as Progressive Conservative member for Kent, Ontario.
* Isabel Hardie first elected in 1962 as Liberal member for Northwest Territories, Northwest Territories.
* Mervyn Arthur Hardie b. 1918 first elected in 1953 as Liberal member for Mackenzie River, Northwest Territories.
* Randolph Harding b. 1914 first elected in 1968 as New Democratic Party member for Kootenay West, British Columbia.
* Louise Hardy b. 1959 first elected in 1997 as New Democratic Party member for Yukon, Yukon.
* Jack Hare b. 1920 first elected in 1978 as Progressive Conservative member for St. Boniface, Manitoba.
* John Hargraft b. 1865 first elected in 1891 as Liberal member for Northumberland West, Ontario.
* Herbert Thomas Hargrave b. 1917 first elected in 1972 as Progressive Conservative member for Medicine Hat, Alberta.
* Douglas Scott Harkness b. 1903 first elected in 1945 as Progressive Conservative member for Calgary East, Alberta.
* Archibald Harley b. 1824 first elected in 1882 as Liberal member for Oxford South, Ontario.
* Harry Cruickshank Harley b. 1926 first elected in 1962 as Liberal member for Halton, Ontario.
* John Paul Harney b. 1931 first elected in 1972 as New Democratic Party member for Scarborough West, Ontario.
* John Harold b. 1873 first elected in 1917 as Unionist member for Brant, Ontario.
* Ed Harper b. 1931 first elected in 1993 as Reform member for Simcoe Centre, Ontario.
* Elijah Harper b. 1949 first elected in 1993 as Liberal member for Churchill, Manitoba.
* Louis George Harper b. 1830 first elected in 1874 as Conservative member for Gaspé, Quebec.
* Stephen Harper b. 1959 first elected in 1993 as Reform member for Calgary West, Alberta.
* Maurice Harquail b. 1938 first elected in 1975 as Liberal member for Restigouche, New Brunswick.
* Hu Harries b. 1921 first elected in 1968 as Liberal member for Edmonton—Strathcona, Alberta.
* Jack Harris b. 1948 first elected in 1987 as New Democratic Party member for St. John's East, Newfoundland and Labrador.
* Joseph Henry Harris b. 1888 first elected in 1921 as Conservative member for York East, Ontario.
* Lloyd Harris b. 1867 first elected in 1908 as Liberal member for Brantford, Ontario.
* Richard M. Harris b. 1944 first elected in 1993 as Reform member for Prince George—Bulkley Valley, British Columbia.
* Walter Edward Harris b. 1904 first elected in 1940 as Liberal member for Grey—Bruce, Ontario.
* Charles Robert Harrison b. 1868 first elected in 1917 as Unionist member for Nipissing, Ontario.
* Jeremy Harrison b. 1978 first elected in 2004 as Conservative member for Churchill River, Saskatchewan.
* John Hornby Harrison b. 1908 first elected in 1949 as Liberal member for Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan.
* Robert Alexander Harrison b. 1833 first elected in 1867 as Conservative member for West Toronto, Ontario.
* James Hart b. 1955 first elected in 1993 as Reform member for Okanagan—Similkameen—Merritt, British Columbia.
* David James Hartigan b. 1887 first elected in 1935 as Liberal member for Cape Breton South, Nova Scotia.
* Maurice Hartt b. 1895 first elected in 1947 as Liberal member for Cartier, Quebec.
* Thomas Aaron Hartt b. 1858 first elected in 1911 as Conservative member for Charlotte, New Brunswick.
* William Harty b. 1847 first elected in 1902 as Liberal member for Kingston, Ontario.
* John Harvard b. 1938 first elected in 1988 as Liberal member for Winnipeg—St. James, Manitoba.
* André Harvey b. 1941 first elected in 1984 as Progressive Conservative member for Chicoutimi, Quebec.
* Ross Harvey b. 1952 first elected in 1988 as New Democratic Party member for Edmonton East, Alberta.
* William Harvey b. 1821 first elected in 1872 as Liberal member for Elgin East, Ontario.
* Henry Stanislas Harwood b. 1838 first elected in 1891 as Liberal member for Vaudreuil, Quebec.
* Robert William Harwood b. 1826 first elected in 1872 as Liberal-Conservative member for Vaudreuil, Quebec.
* Andrew Haslam b. 1846 first elected in 1893 as Conservative member for Vancouver, British Columbia.
* Horace Haszard b. 1853 first elected in 1904 as Liberal member for West Queen's, Prince Edward Island.
* Heber Harold Hatfield b. 1885 first elected in 1940 as National Government member for Victoria—Carleton, New Brunswick.
* Paul Lacombe Hatfield b. 1873 first elected in 1921 as Liberal member for Yarmouth and Clare, Nova Scotia.
* Frederick James Hawkes b. 1934 first elected in 1979 as Progressive Conservative member for Calgary West, Alberta.
* John Joseph Hawkins b. 1840 first elected in 1882 as Liberal-Conservative member for Bothwell, Ontario.
* Francis Wellington Hay b. 1864 first elected in 1926 as Liberal member for Perth North, Ontario.
* Robert Hay b. 1808 first elected in 1878 as Liberal member for Toronto Centre, Ontario.
* Thomas Hay b. 1872 first elected in 1917 as Unionist member for Selkirk, Manitoba.
* Sharon Ruth Hayes b. 1948 first elected in 1993 as Reform member for Port Moody—Coquitlam, British Columbia.
* William Hayhurst b. 1887 first elected in 1935 as Social Credit member for Vegreville, Alberta.
* Harry William Hays b. 1909 first elected in 1963 as Liberal member for Calgary South, Alberta.
* Douglas King Hazen b. 1885 first elected in 1940 as National Government member for St. John—Albert, New Brunswick.
* John Douglas Hazen b. 1860 first elected in 1891 as Conservative member for City and County of St. John, New Brunswick.

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* Albert Frederick Healy b. 1873 first elected in 1923 as Liberal member for Essex North, Ontario.
* Thomas Patrick Healy b. 1894 first elected in 1940 as Liberal member for St. Ann, Quebec.
* Dan Heap b. 1925 first elected in 1981 as New Democratic Party member for Spadina, Ontario.
* Abraham Albert Heaps b. 1885 first elected in 1925 as Labour Party member for Winnipeg North, Manitoba.
* John Hearn b. 1827 first elected in 1892 as Conservative member for Quebec West, Quebec.
* Loyola Hearn b. 1943 first elected in 2000 as Progressive Conservative member for St. John's West, Newfoundland and Labrador.
* Edmund Heath b. 1813 first elected in 1867 as Conservative member for Pontiac, Quebec.
* Peter Heenan b. 1875 first elected in 1925 as Liberal member for Kenora—Rainy River, Ontario.
* George Hees b. 1910 first elected in 1950 as Progressive Conservative member for Broadview, Ontario.
* Paul Hellyer b. 1923 first elected in 1949 as Liberal member for Davenport, Ontario.
* Francis Heselton Helme b. 1899 first elected in 1949 as Liberal member for Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
* Richard Coe Henders b. 1853 first elected in 1917 as Unionist member for Macdonald, Manitoba.
* Charles Albert Henderson b. 1883 first elected in 1940 as Liberal member for Kindersley, Saskatchewan.
* David Henderson b. 1841 first elected in 1888 as Conservative member for Halton, Ontario.
* George Roland Henderson b. 1935 first elected in 1980 as Liberal member for Egmont, Prince Edward Island.
* Robert James Henderson b. 1877 first elected in 1945 as Progressive Conservative member for Lambton—Kent, Ontario.
* Walter Clarence Henderson b. 1891 first elected in 1958 as Progressive Conservative member for Cariboo, British Columbia.
* William James Henderson b. 1916 first elected in 1949 as Liberal member for Kingston City, Ontario.
* Charles Henry b. 1911 first elected in 1949 as Liberal member for Rosedale, Ontario.
* Robert Henry b. 1845 first elected in 1896 as Conservative member for Brant South, Ontario.
* Georges-Henri Héon b. 1902 first elected in 1938 as Independent Conservative member for Argenteuil, Quebec.
* Bernard Rickart Hepburn b. 1876 first elected in 1911 as Conservative member for Prince Edward, Ontario.
* Mitchell Hepburn b. 1896 first elected in 1926 as Liberal member for Elgin West, Ontario.
* Harold Thomas Herbert b. 1922 first elected in 1972 as Liberal member for Vaudreuil, Quebec.
* Elwin Hermanson b. 1952 first elected in 1993 as Reform member for Kindersley—Lloydminster, Saskatchewan.
* Herbert Wilfred Herridge b. 1895 first elected in 1945 as Independent Cooperative Commonwealth Federation member for Kootenay West, British Columbia.
* John Herron b. 1853 first elected in 1904 as Liberal-Conservative member for Provisional District of Alberta, Northwest Territories.
* John Herron b. 1964 first elected in 1997 as Progressive Conservative member for Fundy—Royal, New Brunswick.
* Céline Hervieux-Payette b. 1941 first elected in 1979 as Liberal member for Mercier, Quebec.
* Samuel Rollin Hesson b. 1829 first elected in 1878 as Conservative member for Perth North, Ontario.
* Joseph Ingolph Hetland b. 1896 first elected in 1949 as Liberal member for Humboldt, Saskatchewan.
* Charles Bernhard Heyd b. 1842 first elected in 1897 as Liberal member for Brant South, Ontario.

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* Charles Erastus Hickey b. 1840 first elected in 1882 as Conservative member for Dundas, Ontario.
* Bonnie Hickey b. 1955 first elected in 1993 as Liberal member for St. John's East, Newfoundland and Labrador.
* Robert Nelson David Hicks b. 1933 first elected in 1984 as Progressive Conservative member for Scarborough East, Ontario.
* William Harold Hicks b. 1888 first elected in 1958 as Progressive Conservative member for Fraser Valley, British Columbia.
* Russ Hiebert b. 1969 first elected in 2004 as Conservative member for South Surrey—White Rock—Cloverdale, British Columbia.
* Gordon Higgins b. 1905 first elected in 1949 as Progressive Conservative member for St. John's East, Newfoundland and Labrador.
* Nathaniel Higinbotham b. 1830 first elected in 1872 as Liberal member for Wellington North, Ontario.
* Ken Higson b. 1934 first elected in 1972 as Progressive Conservative member for Lincoln, Ontario.
* Burton Maxwell Hill b. 1883 first elected in 1935 as Liberal member for Charlotte, New Brunswick.
* Grant Hill b. 1943 first elected in 1993 as Reform member for Macleod, Alberta.
* Jay Hill b. 1952 first elected in 1993 as Reform member for Prince George—Peace River, British Columbia.
* George Hilliard b. 1827 first elected in 1878 as Liberal-Conservative member for Peterborough West, Ontario.
* Howard Hilstrom b. 1947 first elected in 1997 as Reform member for Selkirk—Interlake, Manitoba.
* Francis Hincks b. 1807 first elected in 1869 as Liberal-Conservative member for Renfrew North, Ontario.
* Betty Hinton b. 1950 first elected in 2000 as Canadian Alliance member for Kamloops, Thompson and Highland Valleys, British Columbia.

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* Anthony Hlynka b. 1907 first elected in 1940 as Social Credit member for Vegreville, Alberta.

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* Ray Hnatyshyn b. 1934 first elected in 1974 as Progressive Conservative member for Saskatoon—Biggar, Saskatchewan.

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* Frederick George Hoblitzell b. 1891 first elected in 1940 as Liberal member for Eglinton, Ontario.
* Horatio Clarence Hocken b. 1857 first elected in 1917 as Unionist member for Toronto West, Ontario.
* Thomas Hockin b. 1938 first elected in 1984 as Progressive Conservative member for London West, Ontario.
* Adam King Hodgins b. 1859 first elected in 1925 as Conservative member for Middlesex East, Ontario.
* Archie Latimer Hodgins b. 1876 first elected in 1921 as Progressive member for Middlesex East, Ontario.
* George Frederick Hodgins b. 1865 first elected in 1908 as Liberal member for Pontiac, Quebec.
* William Thomas Hodgins b. 1857 first elected in 1891 as Conservative member for Carleton, Ontario.
* Clayton Wesley Hodgson b. 1897 first elected in 1945 as Progressive Conservative member for Victoria, Ontario.
* Jake Hoeppner b. 1936 first elected in 1993 as Reform member for Lisgar—Marquette, Manitoba.
* Robert Alexander Hoey b. 1883 first elected in 1921 as Progressive member for Springfield, Manitoba.
* Andrew Hogan b. 1923 first elected in 1974 as New Democratic Party member for Cape Breton—East Richmond, Nova Scotia.
* Douglas Hogarth b. 1927 first elected in 1968 as Liberal member for New Westminster, British Columbia.
* Jean-Pierre Hogue b. 1927 first elected in 1988 as Progressive Conservative member for Outremont, Quebec.
* Mark Holland b. 1974 first elected in 2004 as Liberal member for Ajax—Pickering, Ontario.
* Daniel Hollands b. 1927 first elected in 1972 as Progressive Conservative member for Pembina, Alberta.
* Allan Henry Hollingworth b. 1918 first elected in 1953 as Liberal member for York Centre, Ontario.
* John Holmes b. 1828 first elected in 1867 as Liberal-Conservative member for Carleton, Ontario.
* John Robert Holmes b. 1927 first elected in 1972 as Progressive Conservative member for Lambton—Kent, Ontario.
* Robert Holmes b. 1852 first elected in 1899 as Liberal member for Huron West, Ontario.
* Ambrose A. Holowach b. 1914 first elected in 1953 as Social Credit member for Edmonton East, Alberta.
* Simma Holt b. 1922 first elected in 1974 as Liberal member for Vancouver Kingsway, British Columbia.
* Felix Holtmann b. 1944 first elected in 1984 as Progressive Conservative member for Selkirk—Interlake, Manitoba.
* Edward Holton b. 1844 first elected in 1880 as Liberal member for Châteauguay, Quebec.
* Luther Hamilton Holton b. 1817 first elected in 1867 as Liberal member for Châteauguay, Quebec.
* Joshua Attwood Reynolds Homer b. 1827 first elected in 1882 as Liberal-Conservative member for New Westminster, British Columbia.
* Karl Kenneth Homuth b. 1893 first elected in 1938 as Conservative member for Waterloo South, Ontario.
* Russell Clayton Honey b. 1921 first elected in 1962 as Liberal member for Durham, Ontario.
* Edmund John Glyn Hooper b. 1818 first elected in 1878 as Liberal-Conservative member for Lennox, Ontario.
* Edward Nicholas Hopkins b. 1855 first elected in 1923 as Progressive member for Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
* Leonard Donald Hopkins b. 1930 first elected in 1965 as Liberal member for Renfrew North, Ontario.
* Albert Ralph Horner b. 1913 first elected in 1958 as Progressive Conservative member for The Battlefords, Saskatchewan.
* Hugh Horner b. 1925 first elected in 1958 as Progressive Conservative member for Jasper—Edson, Alberta.
* John H. "Jack" Horner b. 1927 first elected in 1958 as Progressive Conservative member for Acadia, Alberta.
* Norval Alic Horner b. 1930 first elected in 1972 as Progressive Conservative member for Battleford—Kindersley, Saskatchewan.
* Robert Nesbitt Horner b. 1932 first elected in 1984 as Progressive Conservative member for Mississauga North, Ontario.
* Edward Allan Horning b. 1939 first elected in 1988 as Progressive Conservative member for Okanagan Centre, British Columbia.
* Edward Henry Horsey b. 1867 first elected in 1900 as Liberal member for Grey North, Ontario.
* Horace Horton b. 1823 first elected in 1872 as Liberal member for Huron Centre, Ontario.
* Henry Alfred Hosking b. 1908 first elected in 1949 as Liberal member for Wellington South, Ontario.
* William Limburg Houck b. 1893 first elected in 1953 as Liberal member for Niagara Falls, Ontario.
* Camillien Houde b. 1889 first elected in 1949 as Independent member for Papineau, Quebec.
* Frédéric Houde b. 1847 first elected in 1878 as Nationalist member for Maskinongé, Quebec.
* Charles Frederick Houghton b. 1839 first elected in 1871 as Liberal member for Yale District, British Columbia.
* Stanley Hovdebo b. 1925 first elected in 1979 as New Democratic Party member for Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
* Bruce Andrew Thomas Howard b. 1922 first elected in 1968 as Liberal member for Okanagan Boundary, British Columbia.
* Charles Benjamin Howard b. 1885 first elected in 1925 as Liberal member for Sherbrooke, Quebec.
* Frank Howard b. 1925 first elected in 1957 as CCF member for Skeena, British Columbia.
* John Power Howden b. 1879 first elected in 1925 as Liberal member for St. Boniface, Manitoba.
* Clarence Decatur Howe b. 1886 first elected in 1935 as Liberal member for Port Arthur, Ontario.
* Joseph Howe b. 1804 first elected in 1867 as Anti-Confederate member for Hants, Nova Scotia.
* William Dean Howe b. 1916 first elected in 1963 as New Democratic Party member for Hamilton South, Ontario.
* William Marvin Howe b. 1906 first elected in 1953 as Progressive Conservative member for Wellington—Huron, Ontario.
* Robert Howie b. 1929 first elected in 1972 as Progressive Conservative member for York—Sunbury, New Brunswick.
* William Pierce Howland b. 1811 first elected in 1867 as Liberal-Conservative member for York West, Ontario.

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* Charles Hubbard b. 1940 first elected in 1993 as Liberal member for Miramichi, New Brunswick.
* John Hubbs b. 1874 first elected in 1921 as Conservative member for Prince Edward, Ontario.
* Stanley Hudecki b. 1916 first elected in 1980 as Liberal member for Hamilton West, Ontario.
* Jean-Guy Hudon b. 1941 first elected in 1984 as Progressive Conservative member for Beauharnois—Salaberry, Quebec.
* Albert Blellock Hudson b. 1875 first elected in 1921 as Liberal member for Winnipeg South, Manitoba.
* Adam Hudspeth b. 1836 first elected in 1887 as Conservative member for Victoria South, Ontario.
* Joseph Fred Hueglin b. 1937 first elected in 1972 as Progressive Conservative member for Niagara Falls, Ontario.
* Edward Blake Huffman b. 1902 first elected in 1949 as Liberal member for Kent, Ontario.
* James Joseph Hughes b. 1856 first elected in 1900 as Liberal member for King's, Prince Edward Island.
* Kenneth Gardner Hughes b. 1954 first elected in 1988 as Progressive Conservative member for Macleod, Alberta.
* Patrick Hughes b. 1831 first elected in 1878 as Liberal member for Niagara, Ontario.
* Samuel Hughes b. 1853 first elected in 1892 as Liberal-Conservative member for Victoria North, Ontario.
* Levi William Humphrey b. 1881 first elected in 1921 as Progressive member for Kootenay West, British Columbia.
* Aylmer Byron Hunt b. 1864 first elected in 1904 as Liberal member for Compton, Quebec.
* John William Gordon Hunter first elected in 1949 as Liberal member for Parkdale, Ontario.
* Lynn Hunter b. 1947 first elected in 1988 as New Democratic Party member for Saanich—Gulf Islands, British Columbia.
* Arthur Ronald Huntington b. 1921 first elected in 1974 as Progressive Conservative member for Capilano, British Columbia.
* Lucius Seth Huntington b. 1827 first elected in 1867 as Liberal member for Shefford, Quebec.
* Pierre Gabriel Huot b. 1831 first elected in 1867 as Liberal member for Quebec East, Quebec.
* Francis Hurdon b. 1834 first elected in 1867 as Conservative member for Bruce South, Ontario.
* Kenneth Earl Hurlburt b. 1928 first elected in 1972 as Progressive Conservative member for Lethbridge, Alberta.
* Jeremiah M. Hurley b. 1840 first elected in 1896 as Liberal member for Hastings East, Ontario.
* Hilaire Hurteau b. 1837 first elected in 1874 as Liberal-Conservative member for L'Assomption, Quebec.
* Joseph Hurtubise b. 1882 first elected in 1930 as Liberal member for Nipissing, Ontario.
* William James Hushion b. 1883 first elected in 1924 as Liberal member for St. Antoine, Quebec.
* William Henry Hutchins b. 1843 first elected in 1891 as Conservative member for Middlesex North, Ontario.
* Richard Hutchison b. 1812 first elected in 1868 as Liberal member for Northumberland, New Brunswick.
* William H. Hutchison b. 1843 first elected in 1896 as Liberal member for City of Ottawa, Ontario.

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* Charles Smith Hyman b. 1854 first elected in 1891 as Liberal member for London, Ontario.
* Keith Hymmen b. 1913 first elected in 1965 as Liberal member for Waterloo North, Ontario.
* Alonzo Bowen Hyndman b. 1890 first elected in 1935 as Conservative member for Carleton, Ontario.


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