William John Ward

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William John Ward
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Dauphin
In office
1921–1930
Preceded by Robert Cruise
Succeeded by James Langstaff Bowman
In office
1935–1945
Preceded by James Langstaff Bowman
Succeeded by Fred Zaplitny
In office
1949–1953
Preceded by Fred Zaplitny
Succeeded by Fred Zaplitny
Personal details
Born (1880-10-25)October 25, 1880
near Owen Sound, Ontario
Died August 18, 1971(1971-08-18) (aged 90)
Dauphin, Manitoba
Political party Progressive Party of Canada
Liberal Progressive
Liberal
Independent Liberal

William John Ward (October 25, 1880 – August 18, 1971) was a Canadian politician, farmer, insurance agent, and real estate agent from Dauphin, Manitoba. A member of the Ginger Group, he joined the Progressives in 1921, was a Liberal Progressive from 1926–1935, a Liberal from 1935 to 1957, and an Independent Liberal from 1957 to his death. He represented the Dauphin electoral district in the Canadian House of Commons from 1921–1930, 1935–1945, and 1949-1953.

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