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Memorable Manitobans: Members of the Twenty-Fifth Legislative Assembly of Manitoba (1958-1959)

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The Assembly was elected at a general election on 16 June 1958.

Session

Opening

Prorogation

Dissolution

1

23 October 1958

7 November 1958

 

2

12 March 1959

31 March 1959

31 March 1959

 

Dufferin Roblin
Dufferin Roblin

(Premier)

Abram William Harrison
Abram William Harrison

(Speaker)

William George Martin
William George Martin

(Deputy Speaker & Chairman of the Committee of the Whole)

Charland Prud'homme
Charland Prud’homme

(Clerk)

George Milne
George Milne

(Sergeant-at-Arms)

 

 

 


Dufferin Roblin
Dufferin Roblin

(Premier, President of the Council, Minister of Dominion-Provincial Relations, and Acting Provincial Treasurer)

Errick French Willis
Errick French Willis

(Minister of Agriculture and Immigration and Acting Minister of Public Works)

Edward Gurney Vaux Evans
Edward Gurney Vaux Evans

(Minister of Mines and Natural Resources and
Acting Minister of Industry and Commerce)

Stewart E. McLean
Stewart Edgertson McLean

(Minister of Education and Minister of Legislative Library)

Sterling Rufus Lyon
Sterling Rufus Lyon

(Attorney-General)

George Johnson
George Johnson

(Minister of Health and Public Welfare)

John William McLeod Thompson
John William McLeod Thompson

(Minister of Labour and Acting Minister of Municipal Affairs)

Marcel Boulic
Marcel Boulic

(Provincial Secretary)

John Benson Carroll
John Benson Carroll

(Minister of Public Utilities)

 

 

 

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Members of the Legislative Assembly

Arnold Keith Alexander
Arnold Keith Alexander

(Roblin)
PC

Robert W. Bend
Robert William Bend

(Rockwood)
Liberal

Marcel Boulic
Marcel Boulic

(Cypress)
PC

Douglas Lloyd Campbell
Douglas Lloyd Campbell

(Lakeside)
Liberal

John Benson Carroll
John Benson Carroll

(The Pas)
PC

Rodney Stewart Clement
Rodney Stewart Clement

(Birtle-Russell)
Liberal

John Gordon Cobb
John Gordon Cobb

(Arthur)
PC

Albert Henry Corbett
Albert Henry Corbett

(Swan River)
PC

James Cowan
James Cowan

(Winnipeg Centre)
PC

Edward Gurney Vaux Evans
Edward Gurney Vaux Evans

(Winnipeg South)
PC

Morris A. Gray
Morris A. Gray

(Winnipeg)
CCF


Charles Edwin Greenlay

(Portage la Prairie)
Liberal

Frederick Groves
Frederick Groves

(St. Vital)
PC

Elman Keisler Guttormson
Elman Keisler Guttormson

(St. George)
Liberal

Abram William Harrison
Abram William Harrison

(Killarney)
PC

John Martin Hawryluk
John Martin Hawryluk

(Winnipeg North)
CCF

Thomas Paterson Hillhouse
Thomas Paterson Hillhouse

(St. Andrews)
Liberal

Michael Nicholas Hryhorczuk
Michael Nicholas Hryhorczuk

(Ethelbert)
Liberal

Joseph Ernest Jeannotte
Joseph Ernest Jeannotte

(Ruperts Land)
PC

Francis Laurence Jobin
Francis Laurence Jobin

(The Pas)
Liberal


George Johnson

(Gimli)
PC

Stephen Juba
Stephen Juba

(Winnipeg Centre)
Independent

Reginald Otto Lissaman
Reginald Otto Lissaman

(Brandon City)
PC

William Lucko
William Lucko

(Springfield)

Sterling Rufus Lyon
Sterling Rufus Lyon

(Fort Garry)
PC

William George Martin
William George Martin

(St. Matthews)
PC

Walter Clifton McDonald
Walter Clifton McDonald

(Dufferin)
Liberal

Malcolm Earl McKellar
Malcolm Earl McKellar

(Souris-Lansdowne)
PC

Stewart Edgertson McLean
Stewart Edgertson McLean

(Dauphin)
PC

Wallace Conrad Miller
Wallace Conrad Miller

(Morden-Rhineland)
Liberal

Gildas Laurent Molgat
Gildas Laurent Molgat

(Ste. Rose)
Liberal

David Orlikow
David Orlikow

(St. Johns)
CCF

Andrew Russell Paulley
Andrew Russell Paulley

(Kildonan-Transcona)
CCF

Steve Peters
Steve Peters

(Elmwood)
CCF

Edmund Prefontaine
Edmond Prefontaine

(Carillon)
Liberal

Anthony John Reid
Anthony John Reid

(Kildonan)
CCF

Maurice Ridley
Maurice Ridley

(Pembina)
PC

Stanley Carl Roberts
Stanley Carl Roberts

(La Verendrye)
Liberal

Dufferin Roblin
Dufferin Roblin

(Winnipeg South
PC)

William Blakeman Scarth
William Blakeman Scarth

(River Heights)
PC

Edward Richard Schreyer
Edward Richard Schreyer

(Brokenhead)
CCF

Richard H. Seaborn
Richard Harry Seaborn

(Wellington)
PC

Harold Proctor Shewman
Harold Proctor Shewman

(Morris)
PC

Nelson M. Shoemaker
Nelson M. Shoemaker

(Gladstone)
Liberal

Charles Lemington Shuttleworth
Charles Lemington Shuttleworth

(Hamiota)
Liberal

Douglas Moncreiff Stanes
Douglas Moncreiff Stanes

(St. James)
PC

Lloyd Cleworth Stinson
Lloyd Cleworth Stinson

(Winnipeg)
CCF

Barry Peill Strickland
Barry Peill Strickland

(Hamiota)
PC

Donovan Swailes
Donovan Swailes

(Winnipeg)
CCF

John Peter Tanchak
John Peter Tanchak

(Emerson)
Liberal

Roger Joseph Teillet
Roger Joseph Teillet

(St. Boniface)
Liberal

John William McLeod Thompson
John William McLeod Thompson

(Virden)
PC

Arthur A. Trapp
Arthur A. Trapp

(Lac du Bonnet)
Liberal

Peter Wagner
Peter Wagner

(Fisher)
CCF


Edward Joseph Williams
(Churchill)
PC

Errick French Willis
Errick French Willis

(Turtle Mountain)
PC

Arthur Edgar Wright
Arthur Edgar Wright

(Seven Oaks)
CCF

 

 

 

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This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 1 April 2014

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