|Reginald Percival Vivian|
|Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario for Durham|
4 August 1943 – 27 April 1948
|Preceded by||Cecil George Mercer|
|Succeeded by||John Weir Foote|
|Member of Parliament
June 1957 – June 1962
|Preceded by||John Mason James|
|Succeeded by||Russell Honey|
16 October 1902|
|Died||30 January 1986(aged 83)|
|Political party||Progressive Conservative|
|Profession||physician, professor of medicine|
Reginald Percival (Percy) Vivian (16 October 1902 - 30 January 1986) was a Canadian politician, physician and professor of medicine. He served as a Progressive Conservative party member of the Canadian House of Commons.
Vivian was elected as a member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario in 1943 for the Ontario Progressive Conservative party. From 1943 to 1946, he was Minister of Health and Public Welfare under Premier George A. Drew and remained a member of provincial Parliament until 1948, although he was chief of McGill University's Department of Health and Social Medicine in early 1947.
Almost a decade after leaving Ontario politics, Vivian was elected to the Canadian House of Commons at the Durham riding in the 1957 general election. After winning a second term in the 1958 election, Vivian was defeated in the 1962 election by Russell Honey of the Liberal party.
- Percy Vivian – Parliament of Canada biography
- Reginald Percival Vivian, MPP - Parliamentary History at Legislative Assembly of Ontario
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