|Member of Parliament
|Preceded by||riding reconstituted|
|Succeeded by||James Bezan|
|Born||Howard E. Hilstrom
18 March 1947
|Political party||Reform Party of Canada
Conservative Party of Canada
|Profession||law enforcement, rancher|
He was elected in the Selkirk—Interlake electoral district under the Reform Party of Canada in the 1997 general election. He was re-elected in 2000 as the party changed names from the Canadian Alliance to the Conservative Party of Canada. He served in the 36th and 37th Canadian Parliaments. He has served on parliamentary committees relating to agriculture during his terms of office.
Hilstrom left office in 2004 as he did not contest Selkirk—Interlake again. James Bezan, also of the Conservative Party, succeeded Hilstrom in the House of Commons.
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