|Lewis Mackenzie Brand|
|Member of Parliament
November 1965 – June 1968
21 November 1925|
Dunfermline, Scotland, United Kingdom
|Died||15 February 1994
|Political party||Progressive Conservative|
He was first elected at the Saskatoon riding in the 1965 general election. After serving only one term, the 27th Canadian Parliament, Brand was defeated at the newly configured Saskatoon—Humboldt riding by Otto Lang of the Liberal party in the 1968 federal election. Brand was also unsuccessful in unseating Lang in the 1972 election.
- Brand defeated Bill Fair to win the Progressive Conservative nomination in 1972. See "Stanfield says PM feared June election", Globe and Mail, 24 May 1972, p. 2.
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