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Memorable Manitobans: Manitoba Members of the Twenty-Third Canadian Parliament (1957-1958)

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William "Scottie" Bryce
William “Scottie” Bryce

(Selkirk)

Gordon Campbell Chown
Gordon Campbell Chown

(Winnipeg South)

Gordon Minto Churchill
Gordon Minto Churchill

(Winnipeg South Centre)

Louis Deniset
Louis Deniset

(St. Boniface)

Walter Gilbert Dinsdale
Walter Gilbert Dinsdale

(Brandon-Souris)

George Clark Fairfield
George Clark Fairfield

(Portage-Neepawa)

Warner Herbert Jorgenson
Warner Herbert Jorgenson

(Provencher)

Stanley Howard Knowles
Stanley Howard Knowles

(Winnipeg North Centre)

Nicholas J. Mandziuk
Nicholas J. Mandziuk

(Marquette)

George Robson Muir
George Robson Muir

(Lisgar)

Jacob Schulz
Jacob Schulz

(Springfield)

Robert Simpson
Robert Simpson

(Churchill)

Alistair McLeod Stewart
Alistair McLeod Stewart

(Winnipeg North)

Frederick Samuel Zaplitny
Frederick Samuel Zaplitny

(Dauphin)

 

 

See also:

Events in Manitoba History: Canadian Federal Election (1957)

Sources:

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 13 November 2017

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