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McINNES, Thomas Robert, Canadian senator, born at Lake Ainslie, Nova Scotia, 5 November, 1840. He was educated at the normal school of Truro, and at Harvard, became a physician, and practised for some time at Dresden, Ont. In 1874 he removed to British Columbia, and was mayor of the city of New Westminster in 1876-'8. In May, 1874, he was appointed physician and surgeon to the Royal Columbia hospital, and in July, 1878, medical superintendent of the British Columbia lunatic asylum. Dr. McInnes was elected to the Dominion parliament for New Westminster, and was its representative from 26 March, 1878, until he was appointed to the senate, 24 December, 1881. He is independent in politics.
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