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Manitoba History No. 89
Manitoba
History

No. 89

War Memorials in Manitoba
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in Manitoba

This Old Elevator
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Abandoned Manitoba
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Memorable Manitobans
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Memorable Manitobans: Members of the Thirty-First Legislative Assembly of Manitoba (1977-1981)

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The Assembly was elected on 11 October 1977.

Session

Opening

Prorogation

Dissolution

1

24 November 1977

12 December 1977

-

2

16 March 1978

20 July 1978

-

3

15 February 1979

15 June 1979

-

4

21 February 1980

29 July 1980

-

5

11 December 1980

26 May 1981

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The following persons were members:

Sterling Rufus Lyon
Sterling Rufus Lyon

(Premier)

Harry E. Graham
Harry Edward Graham

(Speaker)

Jack Reeves
Jack Reeves
(Clerk)

Andy Anstett
Andy Anstett
(Deputy Clerk)

Gordon MacIntosh
Gordon MacIntosh
(Deputy Clerk)

Edward Laing
Edward Laing
(Sergeant-at-Arms)

 

 


Aime Rawleigh Adam
Aime Rawleigh “Pete” Adam

(Ste. Rose)

Robert Anderson
Robert Anderson
(Springfield)

Lloyd Axworthy
Lloyd Axworthy
(Fort Rouge)

Robert Bannon
Robert Banman
(La Verendrye)

Thomas A. Barrow
Thomas Aiden Barrow

(Flin Flon)

David Blake
David Robert Blake

(Minnedosa)

Joyce Boyce
Harvey Bostrom
(Rupertsland)

Joyce Boyce
Joseph Russell Boyce

(Winnipeg Centre)

Peter Arnold Brown
Peter Arnold Brown

(Rhineland)

Saul Mark Cherniack
Saul Mark Cherniack

(St Johns)

Brian Corrin
Brian Corrin
(Wellington)

Keith Alan Cosens
Keith Alan Cosens

(Gimli)

Jay Cowan
Jay Cowan
(Churchill)

Donald W. Craik
Donald William Craik

(Riel)

Laurent L. Desjardins
Laurent Louis Desjardins

(St. Boniface)

Russell Doern
Russell John Doern

(Elmwood)

Leonard Domino
Leonard Domino
(St. Matthews)

James Downey
James Downey
(Arthur)

Albert Driedger
Albert Driedger

(Emerson)

Henry J. Einarson
Henry J. Einarson

(Rock Lake)

Harry John Enns
Harry John Enns

(Lakeside)

Leonard Evans
Leonard Salusbury “Len” Evans

(Brandon East)

James Robert Ferguson
James Robert “Jim” Ferguson

(Gladstone)

Gary Albert Filmon
Gary Albert Filmon

(Tuxedo)

Peter Fox
Peter Fox

(Kildonan)

James Galbraith
James Galbraith
(Dauphin)

Douglas Gourlay
Douglas Gourlay
(Swan River)

Harry E. Graham
Harry Edward Graham

(Birtle-Russell)

Sidney Green
Sidney Green

(Inkster)

Ben Hanuschak
Ben Hanuschak

(Burrows)

Lloyd Hyde
Lloyd Hyde
(Portage la Prairie)

William W. Jenkins
William W. Jenkins

(Logan)

J. Frank Johnston
John Franklin Johnston

(Sturgeon Creek)

Warner Jorgenson
Warner Herbert Jorgenson

(Morris)

Abe Kovnats
Abe Kovnats

(Radisson)

Sterling Rufus Lyon
Sterling Rufus Lyon

(Charleswood)

Ken MacMaster
Ken MacMaster
(Thompson)

Donald Malinowski
Donald M. Malinowski

(Point Douglas)

Sydney Ronald McBryde
Sydney Ronald McBryde

(The Pas)

Edward McGill
Edward Robert McGill

(Brandon West)

Donald Morris McGregor
Donald Morris McGregor

(Virden)

James W. McKenzie
James Wallace McKenzie

(Roblin)

Gerald Mercier
Gerald W. Mercier

(Osborne)

Saul Miller
Saul Alecs Miller

(Seven Oaks)

Clement George Minaker
Clement George Minaker

(St. James)

Donald Orchard
Donald Orchard
(Pembina)

Wilson Parasiuk
Wilson Parasiuk
(Transcona)

Howard Russell Pawley
Howard Russell Pawley

(Selkirk)

Norma Killeen Price
Norma Killeen Price

(Assiniboia)

Brian Ransom
Brian Ransom
(Souris-Killarney)

Edward Richard Schreyer
Edward Richard Schreyer

(Rossmere)

Vic Schroeder
Vic Schroeder
(Rossmere, by-election October 1979)

Louis Ralph Sherman
Louis Ralph “Bud” Sherman

(Fort Garry)

Sidney Spivak
Sidney Spivak

(River Heights)

Warren Steen
Warren Steen

(Crescentwood)

William Uruski
William Uruski
(St. George)

Samuel Uskiw
Samuel Uskiw

(Lac du Bonnet)

Derek James Walding
Derek James Walding

(St. Vital)

June Westbury
June Alwyn Westbury

(Fort Rouge, by-election October 1979)

Robert Wilson
Robert Wilson
(Wolseley)

See also:

Events in Manitoba History: Manitoba Provincial Election (1977)

Events in Manitoba History: Manitoba Provincial By-Elections (1979)

Sources:

We thank Christopher Adams for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 1 August 2019

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