1900 – Born on the 6th of September in Hastings, New Brunswick, Canada.
1918 – At the age of 18, he moved to Edmonton, Alberta.
– He later moved to Kelowna, British Columbia and entered the retail hardware business.
1937-1939 – Served as President of the Kelowna Board of Trade.
1941 – Elected as the Conservative member of the British Columbia Legislative Assembly for South Okanagan.
1945 – He was re-elected as conservative member.
1948 – Run, unsuccessfully, as Progressive Conservative candidate in the Yale federal by-election.
1949 – He was returned to the British Columbia Legislative Assembly in the provincial election.
1951 – He left the party to sit as an independent member.
– In December, he took out a membership in the Social Credit League.
1952-1972 – Defeated Philip Gaglardi for the position of party leader and premier-elect of British Columbia.
1976 – He was made an Officer of the Order of Canada.
1979 – Bennett died on 23rd of February and was interred in the Kelowna Municipal Cemetery, in Kelowna, British Columbia.
1998 – Government of Canada honored W.A.C. Bennett with his portrait on a postage stamp of Canada.