Anthony Robert Temple

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Anthony Robert (Bob) Temple (born October 8, 1926 in Belleville, Ontario) was a Canadian politician.

Temple, a lawyer by profession, was the Liberal Party of Canada's candidate for the Canadian House of Commons in Hastings South throughout the 1960s. His first attempt to win a seat was in the 1962 federal election but he was elected in the 1963 federal election and served as a Member of Parliament for two years before being defeated in 1965. He attempted to regain his seat in the 1968 federal election but was unsuccessful.[1]

He was also active in the Ontario Liberal Party and was a candidate in the 1954 Ontario Liberal leadership convention placing third of three candidates with 46 votes.

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