|17th Mayor of Winnipeg|
|Preceded by||William McCreary|
|Succeeded by||Horace Wilson|
|Born||Alfred Joseph Andrews
24 April 1865
Franklin Centre, Canada East
|Died||31 January 1950 (aged 84)
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
|Spouse(s)||Maude Watson |
Andrews was a lawyer who moved to Winnipeg in 1880. He became a Winnipeg alderman in 1884 and served in that role until his election as Mayor for 1898 and 1899. He was the founding member of the Citizens' Committee of 1000.
The City of Winnipeg named Andrews Street in his honour.
- When The State Trembled: How A.J. Andrews and the Citizens' Committee Broke the Winnipeg General Strike by Reinhold Kramer and Tom Mitchell
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