|Preceded by William Simmons|
Career start 1998
Succeeded by John Smith Stewart
Career end 2007
|Name Donald McNabb|
Spouse Raquel Nurse (m. 2003)
Height 1.88 m
|Died June 18, 1934(1934-06-18) (aged 64)|
Role American football quarterback
Education Mount Carmel High School, Syracuse University
Similar People Terrell Owens, Michael Vick, Brian Westbrook, Daunte Culpepper, Kevin Kolb
Donald McNabb (February 1870 – June 18, 1934) was a politician from Alberta, Canada.
In 1890 he helped form a committee to raise money to buy books, periodicals and furnishings for the Miner's Library in Lethbridge.
McNabb was the first member of a third party to be elected to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta serving as a Labor member. He was elected in the by-election for Lethbridge in 1908.
During his time in the Legislative Assembly he accomplished another first in Alberta. Bill 8 An Act to amend the Lethbridge Charter was the first introduced from the opposition and a third party to receive Royal Assent in the legislature. He also introduced a second bill in the same legislative sitting to get assent, Bill 10 An Act respecting the Galt Hospital.
McNabb ran for re-election in the new Lethbridge City riding, but was defeated.
In 1912, he chaired the meeting that formed the Alberta Federation of Labour.