Lougheed, Sir James Alexander
Sir James Alexander Lougheed, lawyer, senator (b at Brampton, Canada W Sept 1854; d at Ottawa 2 Nov 1925). He practised law in Toronto and Calgary where he was in partnership with R.B. BENNETT
. In 1889 he was appointed to the Senate and was its Conservative leader 1906-21. Created privy councillor in 1911, for 7 years he was minister without portfolio in the administration of Sir Robert BORDEN
. He then held several portfolios until Mackenzie KING
took office in 1921. In 1928 a mountain west of Calgary was named after him.
ERIC J. HOLMGREN