|Member of Parliament
for Waterloo North
|Preceded by||Louis Orville Breithaupt|
|Succeeded by||Oscar William Weichel|
|Born||Norman C. Schneider
9 December 1888
|Died||26 August 1985
Norman C. Schneider (9 December 1888 – 26 August 1985) was a Canadian politician and businessman.
Born in Kitchener, Ontario, he was the son of J. M. Schneider, the founder of the meat packing company bearing his name (now owned by Maple Leaf Foods). He joined the family business in 1911 eventually becoming vice-president, president and chairman of the board before retiring in 1970.
He died in his home in Kitchener in 1985.
- "Norman Schneider Former Liberal MP ran packing house". The Globe and Mail. 27 August 1985.
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