|Donald Ross Tolmie|
|Alderman of Welland, Ontario|
|Member of Parliament
November 1965 – September 1972
|Preceded by||Victor Railton|
|Succeeded by||William Hector McMillan|
11 November 1923|
|Died||18 March 2009
Tolmie was born in Lindsay, Ontario and served in World War II as an Avro Lancaster navigator. He became a lawyer in Welland, Ontario where he was an alderman from 1957 to 1964. After this, he entered federal politics winning a seat at the Welland riding in the 1965 general election. Tolmie was re-elected there in 1968, then left federal politics in 1972 after completing his term in the 28th Canadian Parliament.
- Tay, Mark (20 March 2009). "Donald Tolmie remembered as great MP and lawyer". Welland Tribune. Retrieved 2009-03-22.
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