Robert Milne (Canadian politician)

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Robert Milne
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Neepawa
In office
1921–1925
Preceded by Fred Langdon Davis
Succeeded by Thomas Gerow Murphy
In office
1926–1930
Preceded by Thomas Gerow Murphy
Succeeded by Thomas Gerow Murphy
Personal details
Born August 19, 1881
Meikiwin, Manitoba
Died July 1, 1953
Nationality Canadian
Political party Progressive Party
Occupation farmer
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Robert Milne (August 19, 1881 – July 1, 1953) was a farmer who sat in Canadian House of Commons during the 1920s as a Progressive Party MP.

Milne attended Manitoba Agricultural College before becoming a farmer in Mekiwin. He was first elected to Parliament in the 1921 federal election from Neepawa, was defeated in the 1925 election but regained his set in 1926 before being defeated for the final time in the 1930 federal election.[1][2]

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