Minister of Industry and Commerce (Manitoba)
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The department's origins can be traced back to 1932, when John Stewart McDiarmid was appointed as minister of Mines and Natural Resources, and for Industry. The department was renamed as "Industry and Commerce" in 1940.
The position was eliminated in 1978, and its responsibilities dispersed among other departments.
List of Ministers of Industry and Commerce
|Name||Party||Took Office||Left Office|
|John Stewart McDiarmid(*)
||Liberal-Progressive||May 27, 1932||June 30, 1953|
||Liberal-Progressive||June 30, 1953||July 6, 1956|
|Francis Bud Jobin
||Liberal-Progressive||July 6, 1956||June 30, 1958|
||Progressive Conservative||June 30, 1958||July 22, 1966|
||Progressive Conservative||July 22, 1966||July 15, 1969|
||New Democratic Party||July 15, 1969||December 18, 1969|
||New Democratic Party||December 18, 1969||October 24, 1977|
||Progressive Conservative||October 24, 1977||October 20, 1978|
- McDiarmid was styled as Minister of Industry until November 4, 1940.