Minister of Urban Affairs (Manitoba)
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The position was created in the early 1970s, incorporating responsibilities that had previously been held by the Minister of Municipal Affairs. It was discontinued by the government of Gary Doer in 1999.
List of Ministers of Urban Affairs
|Name||Party||Took Office||Left Office|
|Sidney Green (*)
||New Democratic Party||September 9, 1971||March 3, 1972|
||New Democratic Party||July 21, 1972||February 15, 1973|
||New Democratic Party||February 15, 1973||August 29, 1973|
||New Democratic Party||August 29, 1973||January 28, 1974|
||New Democratic Party||January 28, 1974||December 23, 1974|
||New Democratic Party||December 23, 1974||October 24, 1977|
|Gerald Mercier (*)
||Progressive Conservative||October 24, 1977||November 30, 1981|
||New Democratic Party||November 30, 1981||November 4, 1983|
|Mary Beth Dolin
||New Democratic Party||November 4, 1983||January 30, 1985|
||New Democratic Party||January 30, 1985||April 17, 1986|
||New Democratic Party||April 17, 1986||May 9, 1988|
||Progressive Conservative||May 9, 1988||February 5, 1991|
||Progressive Conservative||February 5, 1991||September 10, 1993|
|Linda McIntosh (*)
||Progressive Conservative||September 10, 1993||May 9, 1995|
||Progressive Conservative||May 9, 1995||October 5, 1999|
- Note: From 1966 to 1968, Thelma Forbes was designated as Minister of Urban Development and Municipal Affairs.
- From 1971 to 1972, Sidney Green served as Minister responsible for Urban Affairs. This was not a full cabinet portfolio, although Green was already a member of cabinet by virtue of being Minister of Mines, Resources and Environmental Management.
- From 1978 to 1979, Gerald Mercier was designated as Minister of Municipal and Urban Affairs.
- Linda McIntosh was designated as Minister of Urban Affairs and Housing.