|Mabel Margaret DeWare|
|MLA for Moncton West|
|Preceded by||Paul Creaghan|
|Succeeded by||Jim Lockyer|
|Senator for New Brunswick|
23 September 1990 – 9 August 2001
|Appointed by||Brian Mulroney|
9 August 1926 |
Moncton, New Brunswick
|Political party||Progressive Conservative|
Born in Moncton, New Brunswick, she skipped her team to a New Brunswick and Canadian Curling Association Ladies Curling championship in 1963, forerunner to the Scott Tournament of Hearts.
In 1978, she was elected to the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick as a member of the Progressive Conservative Party of New Brunswick. She was re-elected in 1982 and was defeated in 1987. She held three cabinet positions: Minister of Labour and Manpower (1978–1982), Minister of Community Colleges (1983–1985), and Minister of Advanced Education (1985–1987).
In 1990, she was appointed to the Canadian Senate representing the senatorial division of Moncton, New Brunswick. A Progressive Conservative, she was the Opposition Whip in the Senate from 1999 to 2001. She retired on her 75th birthday.
|1967 Canada Winter Games||Ralph DeWare||Mabel DeWare|
|1963 Diamond "D" Championship||Mabel DeWare||Harriet Stratton||Forbis Stevenson||Marjorie Fraser||1st|
|1959 New Brunswick Championship||Mabel DeWare||1st|
|1957 New Brunswick Championship||Mabel DeWare||1st|
|1955 New Brunswick Championship||Mabel DeWare||1st|
|1953 New Brunswick Championship||Mabel DeWare||1st|
|1987 New Brunswick election: Moncton West|
|Progressive Conservative||Mabel DeWare||1916||25.36||-29.48||$13,295|
|Total Valid Votes/Expense Limit||7555||100.00||$16,476|
|Total Rejected Ballots||47||0.47|
|Electors on List||9904|
|Liberal gain from Progressive Conservative||Swing||+28.17|
|1982 New Brunswick election: Moncton West|
|Progressive Conservative||Mabel DeWare||4242||54.84||-3.07||$12,653|
|Total Valid Votes/Expense Limit||7735||100.00||$14,513|
|Total Rejected Ballots||60||0.61|
|Electors on List||9881|
|Progressive Conservative hold||Swing||-0.77|
|1978 New Brunswick election: Moncton West|
|Progressive Conservative||Mabel DeWare||4211||57.91||+5.52||$7,358|
|Liberal||Donald A. Canning||2831||38.93||-8.68||$8,481|
|Parti acadien||Paul Hebert||230||3.16||*||$0|
|Total Valid Votes/Expense Limit||7272||100.00||$14,856|
|Total Rejected Ballots||84||0.84|
|Electors on List||10,017|
|Progressive Conservative hold||Swing||+7.10|
- "Mabel DeWare Rink". Retrieved 26 February 2006.
- "Canadian Who's Who 1997 entry". Retrieved 26 February 2006.
- "Elections NB – Publications". Retrieved 6 July 2006.