John Vallance (politician)
John Vallance (March 11, 1883 – May 24, 1963) was a Canadian politician.
Vallance was born in Scotland and immigrated to Canada in 1906. He homesteaded in central Saskatchewan in 1907, two years after the province was created, settling ten miles south of Luseland, Saskatchewan.
After being defeated in the 1935 federal election in the new riding of The Battlefords, he was recruited by the new federal Minister of Agriculture, James Garfield Gardiner, to serve on the Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration in 1936 serving as Superintendent of Water Development and moving to Regina, Saskatchewan. Vallance remained with the PFRA until 1943 when he was appointed Assistant Commissioner of the Board of Grain Commissioners from 1943 and, in 1948, became Commissioner of the body and remained in that position until 1955.
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