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No. 87


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Memorable
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Events in Manitoba History: Canadian Federal Election (1984)

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Canadian Federal Election (1980)

The Canadian federal election of 1984 was held on 4 September. The results were as follows:

Riding

Candidate

Party

Votes

Brandon-Souris

Walter Leland Rutherford “Lee” Clark (1936-2008)

Progressive Conservative

18,813

Dennis Heeney

Confederation of Regions Western

6,322

Jake Janzen

New Democratic

5,631

David Campbell

Liberal

5,278

Churchill

Rodney Edward “Rod” Murphy

New Democratic

10,829

Harvey Hanson

Progressive Conservative

8,010

Jack Kennedy

Liberal

4,272

Andrew Kirkness

Independent

377

Keith Muirhead

Libertarian

281

Dauphin-Swan River

Brian White

Progressive Conservative

11,973

Laverne Lewycky

New Democratic

10,219

Douglas Cowling

Liberal

4,352

Douglas Switzer

Confederation of Regions Western

1,589

Lisgar

Jack Burnett Murta

Progressive Conservative

15,557

James Fallis

Confederation of Regions

8,976

Anne-Marie McEachern

Liberal

4,423

Peter Hiebert

New Democratic

2,052

Bill Harrison

Rhino

437

Portage-Marquette

Charles James “Charlie” Mayer

Progressive Conservative

15,378

Doug Edmondson

Confederation of Regions

6,957

Garry Grant

New Democratic

4,447

Abe Suderman

Liberal

4,161

Dennis Owens

Libertarian

204

Provencher

Arthur Jacob “Jake” Epp

Progressive Conservative

20,077

Ronald “Ron” Buzahora

New Democratic

6,941

Waldemar “Wally” Rempel (1936-2015)

Liberal

4,859

Ron Bowers

Confederation of Regions

2,347

Donald Ives

Libertarian

232

St. Boniface

Leo Duguay

Progressive Conservative

19,548

Robert Theodore Bockstael (1923-2017)

Liberal

16,763

Armand T. Bedard

New Democratic

11,279

Dennis A. Epps

Confederation of Regions

1,649

Selkirk-Interlake

Felix Holtmann

Progressive Conservative

13,750

Terry Sargeant

New Democratic

13,088

Ed Anderson

Liberal

3,510

Doug Stefanson

Confederation of Regions

3,301

Bob Quenett

Libertarian

163

Winnipeg Assiniboine

A. Daniel “Dan” McKenzie

Progressive Conservative

27,567

David Matas

Liberal

16,200

Robert Johannson

New Democratic

7,067

Lillian Stevens

Confederation of Regions Western

1,344

Stephen Kenzie

Libertarian

472

Winnipeg Birds Hill

William Alexander “Bill” Blaikie

New Democratic

23,903

John Hare

Progressive Conservative

20,644

Lil Johnson

Liberal

5,447

Al Macdonald

Confederation of Regions Western

1,069

Don Bergen

Rhino

569

Edward G. Price

Independent

549

Winnipeg Fort Garry

Lloyd Axworthy

Liberal

21,286

Louis Ralph “Bud” Sherman (1926-2015)

Progressive Conservative

18,932

Gail Coyston

New Democratic

5,932

Clangy Smith

Libertarian

308

Frank Goldspink

Communist

115

Winnipeg North

David Orlikow

New Democratic

18,209

Luba Fedorkiw

Progressive Conservative

12,705

Chris Lorenc

Liberal

10,421

Paula Fletcher

Communist

283

William Hawryluk

Independent

243

E. T. Dolski

Independent

180

Winnipeg North Centre

Cyril Keeper

New Democratic

10,559

Joseph N. H. “Joe” Du (1933-2017)

Progressive Conservative

6,470

Frank Bueti

Liberal

5,144

Monty A. McDonald

Independent

484

Don Hogan

Independent

234

Winnipeg St. James

Clement George Minaker (1937-2012)

Progressive Conservative

12,523

Lissa Donner

New Democratic

9,843

Diana Ryback

Liberal

6,007

Fred Debrecen

Confederation of Regions Western

830

John R. Talarico

Libertarian

164

Paul Pugh

Communist

86

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Manitoba Members of the Thirty-Third Canadian Parliament (1984-1988)

Sources:

“Election ‘84 results,” Winnipeg Free Press, 5 September 1984, page 19.

History of Federal Ridings Since 1867, Parliament of Canada.

We thank Nathan Kramer for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 13 September 2018

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