|Member of Parliament
17 January 1994 – 27 April 1997
|Preceded by||Cid Samson|
|Succeeded by||riding dissolved|
4 June 1936 |
Peter Thalheimer (born 4 June 1936 in Unity, Saskatchewan) was a member of the Canadian House of Commons from 1993 to 1997. He was a lawyer by career, joining the Ontario bar in 1964 after studying at the University of Ottawa.
He first campaigned for a seat in federal Parliament in the 1988 federal election but lost to NDP candidate Cid Samson at the Timmins—Chapleau electoral district. In the 1993 federal election Thalheimer beat Samson in the riding and served on the 35th Canadian Parliament. After completing his term of office, Thalheimer did not seek re-election in 1997 indicating that his departure from federal politics was due to health problems.
- Canadian Parliamentary Guide. Gale Canada. 1995.
- Hill, Tony L. (2002). Canadian politics, riding by riding: an in-depth analysis of Canada's 301 federal electoral districts. Prospect Park Press. p. 317. ISBN 978-0-9723436-0-2. Retrieved 2009-10-15.
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