Ronald Moore (Manitoba politician)

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Ronald Moore
Member of Parliament
for Churchill
In office
1945–1949
Preceded by Thomas Alexander Crerar
Succeeded by George Weaver
Personal details
Born (1913-12-22)December 22, 1913
Foam Lake, Saskatchewan
Died November 21, 2003(2003-11-21) (aged 89)
Brandon, Manitoba
Political party Co-operative Commonwealth Federation
Residence Brandon, Manitoba
Profession engineer

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.[1]

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.[2] He was elected to parliament after the war in the 1945 federal election.[1]

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.[1] Moore attempted to regain his seat in the 1953 federal election but was unsuccessful.[3] He died in 2003 in Brandon.[4]

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