List of Manitoba CCF/NDP members

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

This articles lists Wikipedia articles about members of the Manitoba Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF), a social democratic political party in Manitoba, Canada, and its successor, the Manitoba New Democratic Party (NDP).

List by date of election[edit]

Elected before 1936[edit]

1936 general election[edit]

The CCF won a total of seven seats in the 1936 general election. Four CCF MLAs had previously sat as Independent Labour MLAs, three CCFers were elected for the first time:

1941 general election[edit]

The CCF won three seats in the 1941 election.

  • Morris Gray - Winnipeg 1941-1945-1949, Winnipeg North 1949-1953-1958, Inkster 1958-1959-1962-1966 (retired, NDP won)

1943 by-elections[edit]

The CCF won two additional seats in by-elections in 1943:

  • Beresford Richards - The Pas 1943by-1945-1949 (*kicked out CCF for Communist leanings, but let back in 1945, kicked out again in 1949, CCF lost)
  • Dwight Johnson - Brandon 1943by-1945 (*kicked out of the CCF, CCF lost)

1945 general election[edit]

The CCF won nine seats in the 1945 election.

  • Ernest Draffin - Assiniboia 1945-1949 (ran, CCF lost)
  • Michael Sawchuk - Ethelbert 1945-1949 (did not run, CCF lost)
  • Edwin Hansford - St. Boniface 1945-1949-1953 (retired, CCF lost)
  • Wilbert Doneleyko - St. Clements 1945-1949 (kicked out of the CCF, CCF lost)
  • George Olive - Springfield 1945-1949, Kildonan-Transcona 1949-1953 (retired, CCF won)
  • Lloyd Stinson - Winnipeg 1945-1949, Winnipeg South(4) 1949-1953-1958, Osborne 1958-1959 (ran, CCF lost)
  • Donovan Swailes - Winnipeg 1945-1949-1953, Winnipeg Centre 1953-1958, Assiniboia 1958-1959 (ran, CCF lost)

1949 general election[edit]

The CCF won seven seats in the 1949 election.

  • Gordon Fines - Winnipeg 1949-1953 (ran, CCF lost)
  • John Hawryluk - Winnipeg North 1949-1953-1958, Burrows 1958-1959-1962 (ran, NDP lost)

1953 general election[edit]

The CCF won five seats in the 1953 election.

  • A. Russell Paulley - Kildonan-Transcona 1953-1958, Radisson 1958-1959-1966-1969, Transcona 1969-1973-1977

1958 general election[edit]

The CCF won eleven seats in the 1958 election.

  • Edward Schreyer Brokenhead 1958-1959-1962-1965by (ran federally, NDP won), Rossmere 1969-1973-1977-1979by (retired, NDP won)
  • Steve Peters - Elmwood 1958-1959-1962-1966 (retired, NDP won)
  • Peter Wagner - Fisher 1958-1959-1962 (ran, vote was rigged, NDP lost)
  • A.J. Reid - Kildonan 1958-1959-1962 (retired, NDP won)
  • David Orlikow - St. Johns 1958-1959-1962 (ran federally, NDP won)
  • Arthur E. Wright - Seven Oaks 1958-1962-1966 (retired, NDP won)

1959 general election[edit]

The CCF won ten seats in the 1959 election.

1962 general election[edit]

The NDP won seven of the 57 seats available in the 1958 election.

  • Saul Cherniack - St. John's 1962-1966-1969-1973-1977-1981 (retired, NDP won)

1966 general election[edit]

The NDP won eleven of the 57 seats available in the 1966 election.

  • Sam Uskiw - Brokenhead 1966-1969, Lac Du Bonnet 1969-1973-1977-1981-1986 (retired, NDP won)
  • Ben Hanuschak - Burrows 1966-1969-1973-1977-1981* (quit NDP, sat as Independent)
  • Russell Doern - Elmwood 1966-1969-1973-1977-1981-1984* (quit NDP, sat as Independent)
  • Michael Kawchuk - Ethelbert Plains 1966-1969 (ran in Roblin, lost)
  • Sidney Green - Inkster 1966-1969-1973-1977-1979* (quit NDP, sat as Independent)
  • Peter Fox - Kildonan 1966-1969-1973-1977, Concordia 1981-1986 (retired, NDP won)
  • Saul Miller - Seven Oaks 1966-1969-1973-1977-1981 (retired, NDP won)
  • Philip Petursson - Wellington 1966-1969-1973-1977 (retired, NDP won)

1969 by-election[edit]

The NDP won one additional seat in a by-election in 1969:

  • Joseph Borowski - Churchill 1969by-1969, Thompson 1969-1972 (quit NDP, sat as Independent)

1969 general election[edit]

The NDP won 28 of the 57 seats available in the 1969 election.

  • Leonard Evans - Brandon East 1969-1973-1977-1981-1986-1988-1990-1995-1999 (retired, NDP won)
  • Cy Gonick - Crescentwood 1969-1973 (retired, NDP won)
  • Peter Burtniak - Dauphin 1969-1973-1977 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Thomas Barrow - Flin Flon 1969-1973-1977-1981 (retired, NDP won)
  • John Gottfried - Gimli 1969-1973-1977 (retired, NDP lost)
  • William Jenkins - Logan 1969-1973-1977-1981 (retired, NDP won)
  • Ian Turnbull - Osborne 1969-1973-1977 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Donald Malinowski - Point Douglas 1969-1973-1977-1981, St Johns 1981-1986 (retired, NDP won)
  • Harry Shafransky - Radisson 1969-1973-1977 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Jean Allard - Churchill 1969-1972 (quit NDP, sat as Independent)
  • Bill Uruski - St. George 1969-1973-1977-1981, Interlake 1981-1986-1988-1990 (retired, NDP won)
  • Al Mackling - St. James 1969-1973 (ran, NDP lost) 1981-1986-1988 (retired, NDP lost)
  • Wally Johannson - St. Matthews 1969-1973-1977 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Howard Pawley - Selkirk 1969-1973-1977-1981-1986-1988 (retired, NDP lost)
  • Rene Toupin - Springfield 1969-1973-1977 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Ron McBryde - the Pas 1969-1973-1977-1981 (retired, NDP won)
  • Bud Boyce - Winnipeg Centre 1969-1973-1977-1981 (quit NDP to sit as an independent)

1971 by-elections[edit]

The NDP won three additional seats in by-elections in 1971:

  • Jim Walding - St. Vital 1971by-1973-1977-1981-1986-1988 (voted against NDP, causing NDP government to fall)
  • Aime R. Pete Adam - Ste. Rose 1971by-1973-1977-1981-1986 (retired, NDP lost)
  • Laurent Desjardins - St.Boniface (Liberal MLA from ?-1962-1966-1969-1971)

1971-1973* (lost election by 1 vote, Election Declared Void, Won in 1974) 1974-1977-1981-1986-1988 (retired, NDP lost)

1972 general election[edit]

The NDP won 29 of the 57 seats available in the 1972 election. Jean Allard and Joseph Borowski quit the NDP to sit as independents

1973 general election[edit]

The NDP won 31 of the 57 seats available in the 1973 election.

1977 general election[edit]

The NDP won 23 of the 57 seats available in the 1977 election.

  • Jay Cowan - Churchill 1977-1981-1986-1988-1990 (retired, riding eliminated)
  • Wilson Parasiuk - Transcona 1977-1981-1986-1988 (ran, NDP lost)
  • Brian Corrin - Wellington 1977-1981, Ellice 1981-1986 (retired, NDP won)

1979 by-election[edit]

The NDP won one additional seat in a by-elections in 1979:

1981 general election[edit]

The NDP won 34 of the 57 seats available in the 1981 election.

1985 by-election[edit]

The NDP won one additional seat in a by-elections in 1985:

1986 general election[edit]

The NDP won 30 of the 57 seats available in the 1986 election.

1988 general election[edit]

The NDP won twelve of the 57 seats available in the 1988 election.

1990 general election[edit]

The NDP won twenty of the 57 seats available in the 1990 election.

1993 by-elections[edit]

The NDP won one additional seat and retained two seats in by-elections in 1993:

1995 general election[edit]

The NDP won 23 of the 57 seats available in the 1995 election.

1999 general election[edit]

The NDP won 32 of the 57 seats available in the 1999 election.

2003 general election[edit]

The NDP won 35 of the 57 seats available in the 2003 election.

2004 by-election[edit]

The NDP retained one seat in a by-election in 2004:

2007 election[edit]

The NDP won 36 of 57 seats

2009 by-elections[edit]

The NDP retained two seats

Articles on prominent NDPers/CCFers at the municipal level[edit]

  • William Barlow (mayor) - Former Mayor of Gimli
  • Errol Black - Brandon City Councillor
  • Rick Boychuk - Former Winnipeg City Councillor
  • Ross Eadie - Winnipeg City Councillor
  • Magnus Eliason - Former Winnipeg City Councillor, Founding Member of the CCF and the NDP
  • Duane Nicol - Selkirk City Councillor
  • Harvey Smith - Winnipeg City Councillor, Daniel McIntyre Ward
  • Lillian Thomas - Deputy Mayor of Winnipeg

Articles on prominent Manitoba CCF/NDP members and organizers[edit]

  • Magnus Eliason - co-founder CCF, long time Winnipeg City Councillor

See also[edit]