Manitoba Liberal Party candidates, 1986 Manitoba provincial election

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The Manitoba Liberal Party fielded 57 candidates in the 1986 provincial election, one of whom was elected. Some of the party's candidates have their own biography pages; information about others may be found here.

Gail Stapon (Concordia)[edit]

Stapon is a realtor, and was listed as president of the North End Housing Project in 2002.[1] She has stood for the Manitoba Liberal Party on two occasions.

Electoral record
Election Division Party Votes  % Place Winner
1981 provincial Concordia Liberal 309 3.53 3/5 Peter Fox, New Democratic Party
1986 provincial Concordia Liberal 909 10.92 3/4 Gary Doer, New Democratic Party

Gilbert Benoit (Elmwood)[edit]

Benoit received 389 votes (5.50%), finishing third against New Democratic Party candidate Jim Maloway.

In 1995, a Gilbert Benoit was listed as co-owner of Ronin Records in Winnipeg.[2] There is also a Gilbert Benoit employed with Ceridian Canada Ltd. as of 2007.[3] It is possible that these are the same person.

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Gail Stapon: Authorized Official, Hunt Reality, accessed 1 September 2007; Aldo Santin, "Property values rise in renovation boom", Winnipeg Free Press, 25 July 2002, A3.
  2. ^ "Open For Business", 2 September 1995, B13.
  3. ^ "Payroll System Gives Customers Control", Ceridian Canada Ltd., accessed 16 September 2007.