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Events in Manitoba History: Canadian Federal Election (1997)

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The Canadian federal election of 1997 was held on 2 June. The results were as follows:

Riding

Candidate

Party

Votes

Brandon-Souris

Rick Borotsik

Progressive Conservative

13,216

Ed Agnew

Reform

11,883

Glen McKinnon

Liberal

6,583

Jennifer Howard

New Democratic

4,983

Geoff Gorf Borden

Independent

244

Neil Paterson

Christian Heritage

229

Charleswood-Assiniboia

John Harvard (1938-2016)

Liberal

15,925

Felix Holtmann

Progressive Conservative

8,664

Cyril McFate

Reform

8,398

Rupert Forde

New Democratic

3,923

Mary Stanley

Marxist-Leninist

154

Churchill

Bev Desjarlais

New Democratic

9,616

Elijah Harper (1949-2013)

Liberal

6,852

Corky Peterson

Reform

4,438

Don Knight

Progressive Conservative

2,452

Dauphin-Swan River

Inky Mark

Reform

12,668

Lorne Boguski

Progressive Conservative

7,716

Betty Findlay

New Democratic

7,575

Marlene Cowling

Liberal

7,408

Tony Riley

Independent

326

Portage-Lisgar

Jake E. Hoeppner

Reform

13,532

Brian William Pallister

Progressive Conservative

12,083

Heather Mack

Liberal

4,913

Glen Hallick

New Democratic

2,420

Martin Dewit

Christian Heritage

517

Roy Lyall

Canadian Action

159

Provencher

David William Iftody (1956-2001)

Liberal

14,595

Larry Tardiff

Reform

12,798

Clare Braun

Progressive Conservative

5,955

Martha Wiebe Owen

New Democratic

3,137

St. Boniface

Ronald J. “Ron” Duhamel (1938-2002)

Liberal

18,948

Peter D. Carney

New Democratic

6,663

Denis Simard

Reform

6,658

Jennifer Clark

Progressive Conservative

4,555

Rubin Kantorovich

Marxist-Leninist

171

Selkirk-Interlake

Howard E. Hilstrom

Reform

10,937

Jon Gerrard

Liberal

10,871

Kathleen McCallum

New Democratic

10,749

Reid Kelner

Progressive Conservative

5,730

Paul Kalyniuk

Christian Heritage

363

Winnipeg Centre

Pat Martin

New Democratic

10,979

David Walker

Liberal

9,895

Reginald A. Smith

Reform

3,095

Campbell Alexander

Progressive Conservative

2,442

Greg Krawchuk

Independent

148

Glenn Michalchuk

Marxist-Leninist

136

Darrell Rankin

Independent

108

Didz Zuzens

Independent

44

Winnipeg North Centre

Judy Wasylycia-Leis

New Democratic

13,663

Judy Opitz Silver

Liberal

7,801

Mike Wiens

Reform

3,678

Marni Larkin

Progressive Conservative

1,742

Elizabeth Innes

Natural Law

169

Sharon Segal

Marxist-Leninist

128

Winnipeg North-St. Paul

Rey D. Pagtakhan

Liberal

13,524

Roman Yereniuk

New Democratic

9,487

Terry Lewis

Reform

7,108

George Wall

Progressive Conservative

5,430

David Reimer

Christian Heritage

442

Gurdeep Singh

Marxist-Leninist

92

Winnipeg South

Reginald Bygott “Reg” Alcock (1948-2011)

Liberal

18,800

Greg Yost

Reform

7,510

Bill Mackness

Progressive Conservative

6,547

Iris Taylor

New Democratic

4,629

M. Rhino Olito

Independent

191

Larry Decter

Natural Law

153

Diane Zack

Marxist-Leninist

94

Winnipeg South Centre

Lloyd Axworthy

Liberal

20,006

Sara Malabar

New Democratic

5,717

Andrea Rolstone

Progressive Conservative

5,011

Gary Hollingshead

Reform

4,457

Ron Decter

Natural Law

224

Jim Blomquist

Independent

202

Karen Naylor

Marxist-Leninist

180

Winnipeg Transcona

William Alexander “Bill” Blaikie

New Democratic

16,640

Rosemary Broadbent

Liberal

7,105

Helen Sterzer

Reform

5,703

Glenn Buffie

Progressive Conservative

2,968

Robert Scott

Christian Heritage

423

Theresa Ducharme (1945-2004)

Independent

161

Ken Kalturnyk

Marxist-Leninist

104

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Manitoba Members of the Thirty-Sixth Canadian Parliament (1997-2000)

Sources:

History of Federal Ridings Since 1867, Parliament of Canada.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 8 June 2020

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