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Events in Manitoba History: Canadian Federal Election (2000)

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The Canadian federal election of 2000 was held on 27 November. The results were as follows:

Riding

Candidate

Party

Votes

Brandon-Souris

Rick Borotsik

Progressive Conservative

13,707

Gary Nestibo

Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance

11,678

Dick Scott

Liberal

6,544

John “Errol” Black (1939-2012)

New Democratic

4,518

Lisa Gallagher

Communist

102

Neil Paterson

Independent

94

Charleswood-Assiniboia

John Harvard (1938-2016)

Liberal

13,901

Cyril McFate

Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance

11,569

Curtis Moore

Progressive Conservative

9,991

Dennis Kshyk

New Democratic

2,786

Greg Crowe

Communist

138

Churchill

Bev Desjarlais

New Democratic

10,477

Elijah Harper (1949-2013)

Liberal

7,514

Jason Shaw

Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance

4,126

Doreen Murray

Progressive Conservative

1,198

Dauphin-Swan River

Inky Mark

Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance

15,855

Jane Dawson

Liberal

7,091

Wayne Kines

New Democratic

5,813

Keith Eliasson

Progressive Conservative

3,946

Terry Drul

Canadian Action

372

Iris Yawney

Independent

189

Portage-Lisgar

Brian William Pallister

Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance

17,318

Gerry J. E. Gebler

Liberal

6,133

Morley McDonald

Progressive Conservative

5,339

Jake E. Hoeppner

Independent

3,558

Diane Beresford

New Democratic

2,073

Provencher

Vic Toews

Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance

21,358

David William Iftody (1956-2001)

Liberal

14,419

Henry C. Dyck

Progressive Conservative

2,726

Peter Hiebert

New Democratic

1,980

St. Boniface

Ronald J. “Ron” Duhamel (1938-2002)

Liberal

20,173

Joyce M. Chilton

Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance

8,962

John Edmund Parry

New Democratic

5,026

Mike Reilly

Progressive Conservative

4,505

Selkirk-Interlake

Howard E. Hilstrom

Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance

17,856

Kathy Arnason

Liberal

9,612

Paul Pododworny

New Democratic

8,113

Tom Goodman

Progressive Conservative

4,992

Anthony Barendregt

Independent

178

Winnipeg Centre

Pat Martin

New Democratic

11,263

Kevin Lamoureux

Liberal

9,310

Reg Smith

Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance

3,975

Michel Allard

Progressive Conservative

1,915

Mikel Magnusson

Green

698

Harold Dyck

Communist

134

Winnipeg North Centre

Judy Wasylycia-Leis

New Democratic

14,356

Mary Richard

Liberal

6,755

Myron Troniak

Progressive Conservative

2,950

Darrell Rankin

Communist

525

Winnipeg North-St. Paul

Rey D. Pagtakhan

Liberal

14,556

Trevor Sprague

Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance

11,412

Roman Yereniuk

New Democratic

7,931

Dave Vust

Progressive Conservative

2,959

Georgina Rhéaume

Green

232

Cynthia Cooke

Canadian Action

208

Eric Truijen

Independent

126

Paul Sidon

Communist

110

Winnipeg South

Reginald Bygott “Reg” Alcock (1948-2011)

Liberal

21,433

Bill Hancock

Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance

12,638

Duane Nicol

New Democratic

4,224

Geoffrey Lambert (?-2015)

Progressive Conservative

3,599

Didz Zuzens

Independent

183

Winnipeg South Centre

Anita Neville

Liberal

15,231

David Newman

Progressive Conservative

10,675

James Allum

New Democratic

7,501

Betty Granger

Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance

3,210

Chris Buors

Marijuana

640

Magnus Thompson

Canadian Action

202

David Wright Allison

Communist

181

Winnipeg Transcona

William Alexander “Bill” Blaikie

New Democratic

15,680

Shawn Rattai

Canadian Reform Conservative Alliance

8,336

Bret Dobbin

Liberal

6,041

Chris Brewer

Progressive Conservative

2,133

C. David Nickarz

Green

229

Robert Scott

Independent

146

Theresa Ducharme (1945-2004)

Independent

118

James Hogaboam

Communist

87

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Manitoba Members of the Thirty-Seventh Canadian Parliament (2001-2004)

Sources:

History of Federal Ridings Since 1867, Parliament of Canada.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 10 June 2020

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