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Events in Manitoba History: Canadian Federal Election (1962)

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Canadian Federal Election (1958) | Canadian Federal Election (1963)

The Canadian federal election of 1962 was held on 18 June. The results were as follows:

Riding

Candidate

Party

Votes

Brandon-Souris

Walter Gilbert Dinsdale (1916-1982)

Progressive Conservative

17,813

John Cameron “Cam” Brown (1929-2013)

Liberal

6,143

Reginald Pearen

Social Credit

4,229

Leslie Victor Robson (1893-1977)

New Democratic

1,438

Churchill

Robert “Bud” Simpson (1910-1990)

Progressive Conservative

10,943

Francis Lawrence “Bud” Jobin (1914-1995)

Liberal

6,511

Florence Antoinette Matthews (c1930-2012)

New Democratic

3,858

Dauphin

Richard Elmer Forbes (1894-1978)

Progressive Conservative

7,158

Sigurdur Thorberg Sigurdson

Liberal

4,620

Frederick Samuel “Fred” Zaplitny (1913-1964)

New Democratic

4,619

Lawrence A. Milner

Social Credit

1,665

Lisgar

George Robson Muir (1903-1970)

Progressive Conservative

9,352

Kenneth Hartwell

Liberal

5,394

Roger H. Poiron

Social Credit

3,492

Sidney E. Varcoe

New Democratic

449

Marquette

Nicholas J. Mandziuk (1902-1969)

Progressive Conservative

11,366

Harris Taylor Huston (1914-1972)

Liberal

6,494

Jim McKeand

Social Credit

2,256

Stuart Barber

New Democratic

1,553

Portage-Neepawa

Siegfried John Enns

Progressive Conservative

11,125

Charles Lemington “Lem” Shuttleworth (1910-2006)

Liberal

7,615

Douglas Alfred Duncan

New Democratic

2,285

Richard D. Hughes

Social Credit

1,425

Harold Lloyd Henderson (1907-1993)

Independent

1,144

Provencher

Warner Herbert Jorgenson (1918-2005)

Progressive Conservative

6,214

Stanley Carl Roberts (1927-1990)

Liberal

5,290

John P. Loewen

Social Credit

2,504

Peter Kruszelnicki

New Democratic

263

St. Boniface

Roger Joseph Teillet (1912-2002)

Liberal

12,084

Laurier Arthur Regnier (1903-1990)

Progressive Conservative

9,483

Graham Murray Campbell (1932-2019)

New Democratic

7,508

Joseph-E. St. Hilaire

Social Credit

2,773

Selkirk

Eric Stefanson (1913-1977)

Progressive Conservative

8,797

John Crawford McMillan (1915-2011)

Liberal

6,272

Valdimar M. Arnason

New Democratic

4,198

Terence P. J. Tergesen

Social Credit

920

Springfield

Joseph “Joe” Slogan

Progressive Conservative

8,052

Archie Warren

Liberal

5,248

Jacob “Jake” Schulz (1901-1983)

New Democratic

4,960

Bernie Rempel

Social Credit

1,669

Winnipeg North

David Orlikow (1919-1998)

New Democratic

18,236

Paul Parashin

Liberal

14,270

William Murray Smith

Progressive Conservative

14,000

John De Fehr

Social Credit

1,733

William Cecil Ross (c1911-1998)

Communist

1,504

Winnipeg North Centre

Stanley Howard Knowles (1908-1997)

New Democratic

12,797

John Maclean

Progressive Conservative

9,231

Barry Eugene Krawchuk

Liberal

5,443

David C. Webster

Social Credit

864

Don Currie

Communist

649

Winnipeg South

Gordon Campbell Chown (1922-2002)

Progressive Conservative

21,743

Margaret MacTavish Rogers Konantz (1899-1967)

Liberal

21,351

Sidney “Sid” Green

New Democratic

7,993

James C. MacPherson

Social Credit

1,834

Winnipeg South Centre

Gordon Minto Churchill (1898-1985)

Progressive Conservative

16,547

Edgar Stanford “Ed” Russenholt (1890-1991)

Liberal

14,306

A. N. Robertson

New Democratic

6,357

Asta Oddson

Social Credit

1,298

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Manitoba Members of the Twenty-Fifth Canadian Parliament (1962-1963)

Sources:

History of Federal Ridings Since 1867, Parliament of Canada.

Obituary [Graham Murray Campbell], Winnipeg Free Press, 28 September 2019.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 28 September 2019

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