Frederick Robertson (politician)
|Member of Parliament
June 1949 – June 1957
|Preceded by||Robert Earl Drope|
|Succeeded by||Ben Thompson|
|Born||Frederick Greystock Robertson
7 March 1909
|Died||17 September 2002
|Spouse(s)||Margaret R. Aitkins
(m. 20 October 1936)
|Children||Anne Robertson, Ian Robertson, Rick Robertson|
Robertson was born in Belleville, Ontario and became a physician after receiving his MD degree at the University of Toronto. After working as a doctor in Cobourg, Ontario, he left his practice in July 1948 to work in the canning industry, eventually owning and managing the Cobourg-based Robertson Packers.
He was first elected to Parliament at the Northumberland riding in the 1949 general election and was re-elected for a second term in 1953. Robertson was defeated by Ben Thompson of the Progressive Conservative party in the 1957 election.
- Normandin, Pierre G. (1954). The Canadian Parliamentary Guide.
- "Frederick Robertson". Hansard. Parliament of Canada. 23 October 2002. Retrieved 2009-06-28.
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