Manitoba municipal elections, 1992

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The 1992 Manitoba municipal elections were held on October 28, 1992 to elect mayors, councillors and school trustees in various communities throughout Manitoba, Canada.

Cities[edit]

Brandon[edit]

1992 Brandon municipal election, Mayor of Brandonedit
Candidate Total votes % of total votes Notes
(x)Rick Borotsik accl. .


1992 Brandon municipal election, Councillor, Ward Twoedit
Candidate Total votes % of total votes Notes
Drew Caldwell elected not listed

Winnipeg[edit]

See: Winnipeg municipal election, 1992

Rural Municipalities[edit]

Rockwood[edit]

1992 Rockwood municipal election, Reeve
Candidate Total votes % of total votes
(x)Leon Vandekerckhove accl. not listed
1992 Rockwood municipal election, Council, Ward One
Candidate Total votes % of total votes
(x)Clayton McMurren elected not listed
1992 Rockwood municipal election, Council, Ward Two
Candidate Total votes % of total votes
(x)Gordon Appleyard elected not listed
1992 Rockwood municipal election, Council, Ward Three
Candidate Total votes % of total votes
(x)Garnet Thievin elected not listed
1992 Rockwood municipal election, Council, Ward Four
Candidate Total votes % of total votes
(x)Bill Docking elected not listed
1992 Rockwood municipal election, Council, Ward Five
Candidate Total votes % of total votes
Gilbert Good elected not listed
1992 Rockwood municipal election, Council, Ward Six
Candidate Total votes % of total votes
(x)Alex Glowachuk elected not listed

Villages[edit]

Waskada[edit]

1992 Waskada municipal election, Mayor of Waskada
Candidate Total votes % of total votes
Vaughn Ramsay elected .
1992 Waskada municipal election, Waskada Village Council (four members elected)
Candidate Total votes % of total votes
Ernest Mitchell elected .
Melvin Reney elected .
David Kreklewich elected .
Glenn McGregor elected .

Source: Winnipeg Free Press newspaper, 29 October 1992.

School Divisions[edit]

1992 Manitoba municipal elections, Mystery Lake School Division Trusteesedit
Candidate Total votes % of total votes
(x)Stan Franklin elected .
Bev Desjarlais elected .
Fred MacLean elected .
Gary McMillan elected .
(x)Margaret Pronyk elected .
(x)Ana Rodriguez elected .
(x)Morgan Svendsen elected .
  • Stan Franklin chaired the Manitoba Health Department's mental health program for northern Manitoba. He became Chair of the Mystery Lake Division in 1997, after Bev Desjarlais was elected to the House of Commons.[1]
  • Fred MacLean was not a member of the previous board.
  • Gary McMillan was elected to the Mystery Lake School Board in 1992, and was its chair before Bev Desjarlais was selected for the position in 1994. In February 1994, he announced that two area teachers had been suspended for fighting in front of their students.[2]
  • Margaret Pronyk operates a bookkeeping organization in Northern Manitoba. She has served as president of BPW Canada, has lobbied in favour of progressive pay equity policies, and was named BPW Canada Woman of the Year in 2004.[3] She was also the Chief Electoral Officer for the northern provincial constitutuency of Thompson in 1999. She indicated that she required icebreakers to transport ballot boxes, and said that her financial resources in such a large area were stretched thin.[4] She was chair of the Mystery Lake School Division by 2000, and appears to have been elected to the Thompson municipal council in 2002.[5]
  • Ana Rodriguez holds a teaching degree from the University of Chile. She was a Mystery Lake School Trustee from 1981 to 1995, a member of the board of governors at Keewatin Community College from 2001 to 2004, and a member of the steering committee for the University College of the North from 2003 to 2004. In 2004, she was appointed to the twelve-member interim council of University College of the North. Rodriguez has a particular interest in adult education, multiculturalism and community development.[6]
  • Morgan Svendsen is a former president of the United Steelworkers of America in Thompson, and was very active in the local labour community.[7]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Glen MacKenzie, "Victim met suspected killer in hospital: RCMP", Winnipeg Free Press, 4 March 1996, A1; Nick Martin, "Trustees hope hints at funds for poor kids materialize in budget", Winnipeg Free Press, 5 December 1997, A9.
  2. ^ Bob Lowery, "Guess who's suspended for fighting?", Winnipeg Free Press, 24 February 1994.
  3. ^ Glen MacKenzie, "Businesswoman honoured", Winnipeg Free Press, 9 October 1996, p. 4; "Manitoba movers", Winnipeg Free Press, 4 October 2000, B4, and Presentation to Pay Equity Task Force, BPW Canada, 20 June 2002, accessed 9 December 2006; BPW News International Archived 2004-09-07 at the Wayback Machine., Official Newsletter of the International Federation of Business and Professional Women, August 2004, accessed 9 December 2006.
  4. ^ Doug Nairne, "Plan to change electoral map under attack", Winnipeg Free Press, 28 August 1998, A3.
  5. ^ INCO-Thompson reach tax deal, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 18 February 2000.
  6. ^ See Interim Council Members[permanent dead link], University College of the North, accessed 9 December 2006; "Northern college appoints council", Winnipeg Free Press, 25 June 2004, A10.
  7. ^ Bill Redekop, "Thompson on tenterhooks as nickel price hits the skids", Winnipeg Free Press, 23 August 1998, A1)