John MacLean (Manitoba politician)
|John Douglas Campbell MacLean|
|Member of Parliament
for Winnipeg North Centre
March 1958 – June 1962
|Preceded by||Stanley Knowles|
|Succeeded by||Stanley Knowles|
24 March 1929 |
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories
|Political party||Progressive Conservative|
After an initial unsuccessful attempt in the 1957 federal election, MacLean was elected at the Winnipeg North Centre riding in the 1958 election. After serving his only term, the 24th Canadian Parliament, MacLean was defeated in the 1962 election.
Prior to his professional career in law and politics, MacLean was a hockey player for the Brandon Wheat Kings, including in the 1949 Memorial Cup, and later a coach and referee for teams in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League.
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