Ronald Moore (Manitoba politician)
|Member of Parliament
|Preceded by||Thomas Alexander Crerar|
|Succeeded by||George Weaver|
December 22, 1913|
Foam Lake, Saskatchewan
|Died||November 21, 2003
|Political party||Co-operative Commonwealth Federation|
Ronald Stewart Moore (December 22, 1913 – November 21, 2003) was a Canadian politician from Manitoba. He served as a Co-operative Commonwealth Federation MP in the Canadian House of Commons from 1945 to 1949 representing the riding of Churchill.
Moore was born in Foam Lake, Saskatchewan and worked on the Canadian National Railway as a young man. During World War II he enlisted with the Royal Canadian Navy and served from 1942 to 1945. He was elected to parliament after the war in the 1945 federal election.
After losing the 1949 federal election he returned to the CNR in Brandon, Manitoba before qualifying as an engineer and getting a job at CFB Shilo's heating plant. He remained active with the CCF and its successor, the New Democratic Party throughout his life. Moore attempted to regain his seat in the 1953 federal election but was unsuccessful. He died in 2003 in Brandon.