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Events in Manitoba History: Manitoba Provincial Election (1941)

Link to:
Provincial General Election (1936) | Provincial General Election (1945)

The Manitoba general election of 1941 was held on 22 April. The results were as follows:

Party

Leader

Seats

Liberal-Progressive

John Bracken (1883-1969)

27

Conservative

Errick French Willis (1896-1967)

15

Independent

-

6

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

?

3

Social Credit

Stanley William Fox (1906-1984)

3

Labour Progressive

?

1

Total

55

The voting results for individual constituencies were as follows:

Constituency

Candidate

Party

Votes

Arthur

John Robertson Pitt (1885-1970)

Liberal-Progressive

Acclaim

Assiniboia

David Alexander Best (1880-1949)

Conservative

2,296

James Aiken (1888-1974)

Labour Coalition

2,022

Beautiful Plains

John Silas Poole (1872-1963)

Conservative

Acclaim

Birtle

Francis Campbell “Frank” Bell (1892-1968)

Liberal-Progressive

1,417

William Courtney Wroth (1880-1954)

Independent

1,228

Brandon

George Dinsdale (1887-1943)

Conservative

3,285

Henry Oliver McDiarmid (1882-1952)

Liberal-Progressive

2,921

Carillon

Edmond Prefontaine (1897-1971)

Liberal-Progressive

1,825

W. A. Parenteau

Social Credit

957

Cypress

James Lyall Christie (1891-1953)

Liberal-Progressive

1,423

Dr. R. S. Hurton

Independent

917

Dauphin

Robert Hawkins (1879-1962)

Liberal-Progressive

Acclaim

Deloraine

Errick French Willis (1896-1967)

Conservative

Acclaim

Dufferin

John Alfred Munn (1882-1942)

Liberal-Progressive

Acclaim

Emerson

John Roman Solomon (1910-1985)

Independent

2,436

H. W. Wright

Liberal-Progressive

1,735

Ethelbert

Nicholas Apoluner Hryhorczuk (1888-1979)

Liberal-Progressive

2,228

Frederick Samuel “Fred” Zaplitny (1913-1964)

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

1,806

Fairford

Stuart Sinclair Garson (1898-1977)

Liberal-Progressive

1,142

C. E. Toutant

Social Credit

531

Fisher

Nicolas Volodymir Bachynsky (1887-1969)

Liberal-Progressive

926

L. W. Michalchuk

Independent

893

Gilbert Plains

Stanley William Fox (1906-1984)

Social Credit

1,446

Raymond “Ray” Mitchell (1897-1984)

Liberal-Progressive

839

Mike Baryluk

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

785

Gimli

Joseph Wawrykow (1908-1979)

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

2,666

Sigurdur Victor Sigurdson (1895-1970)

Liberal-Progressive

2,111

James Grant

Independent

47

Gladstone

William Morton (1884-1958)

Liberal-Progressive

Acclaim

Glenwood

James Washington Breakey (1865-1952)

Liberal-Progressive

Acclaim

Hamiota

Norman Leslie Turnbull (1900-1986)

Social Credit

1,277

William K. Fraser

Liberal-Progressive

875

Iberville

Arthur Rivers Boivin (1878-1951)

Independent

1,670

John Salmon “Bud” Lamont (1885-1964)

Liberal-Progressive

948

Kildonan and St. Andrews

James Osborne McLenaghen (1892-1950)

Conservative

3,447

Cornelius Byle

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

1,929

Killarney

John Bell Laughlin (1879-1941)

Conservative

1,415

Andrew Edmond Foster (1867-1956)

Liberal-Progressive

814

Lakeside

Douglas Lloyd Campbell (1895-1995)

Liberal-Progressive

Acclaim

Lansdowne

Matthew Robinson Sutherland (1893-1971)

Liberal-Progressive

Acclaim

La Verendrye

Sauveur Marcoux (1893-1951)

Liberal-Progressive

1,793

Antonio Lemoine

Social Credit

1,303

J. H. Graham

Conservative

231

Manitou

Hugh Borthwick Morrison (1892-1957)

Conservative

Acclaim

Minnedosa

Earl James Rutledge (1894-1975)

Conservative

2,963

Henry Smalley Rungay (1888-1955)

Liberal-Progressive

1,913

Morden and Rhineland

William Conrad “Wally” Miller (1896-1959)

Conservative

1,234

John R. Wolkof (?-1965)

Liberal-Progressive

1,060

Robert Stevenson

Independent

904

Leonard Krueger

Independent

109

Morris

John Cameron Dryden (1893-1951)

Independent

1,708

Leo Arthur Slater (1896-1984)

Liberal-Progressive

1,169

Mountain

Ivan Schultz (1891-1974)

Liberal-Progressive

Acclaim

Norfolk

John Polworth Lawrie (1875-1951)

Conservative

1,287

John Muirhead (1877-1954)

Liberal-Progressive

1,243

Portage la Prairie

William Raymond “Toby” Sexsmith (1885-1943)

Conservative

Acclaim

Roblin

Sydney Ernest Rogers (1888-1965)

Social Credit

Acclaim

Rockwood

Mungo Turnbull Lewis (1894-1969)

Independent

1,984

Angus Howard Campbell (1898-1985)

Conservative

1,139

H. H. McIntyre

Liberal-Progressive

748

Rupertsland

Daniel Roy “Roxy” Hamilton (1892-1965)

Liberal-Progressive

683

G. L. Van Vliet

Independent

297

Russell

William Wilber Wilfred Wilson (1885-1964)

Liberal-Progressive

1,907

H. J. Peddie

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

1,883

St. Boniface

Austin Lloyd Clark (1896-1945)

Liberal-Progressive

2,673

Edwin Arnold Hansford (1895-1959)

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

2,322

P. J. Tarbutt

Social Credit

1,127

St. Clements

Nicholas John Stryk (1896-1950)

Liberal-Progressive

3,627

Herbert R. Sulkers (1889-1948)

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

2,654

St. George

Skuli Sigfusson (1870-1969)

Liberal-Progressive

1,477

Elin Salome Halldorson (1887-1970)

Social Credit

881

Ste. Rose

Maurice Dane MacCarthy (1878-1953)

Liberal-Progressive

1,624

Paul Prince

Social Credit

1,425

Springfield

Evelyn Foster Shannon (1896-1973)

Liberal-Progressive

2,061

Alexander McLeod

Social Credit

1,786

M. J. H. Hoban

Independent

1,044

Fred Small

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

959

Swan River

George Poddester Renouf (1879-1961)

Conservative

2,894

W. J. Lamb

Liberal-Progressive

808

The Pas

John Bracken (1883-1969)

Liberal-Progressive

Acclaim

Turtle Mountain

Alexander Robert Welch (1873-1961)

Conservative

Acclaim

Virden

Robert Henry Mooney (1873-1953)

Liberal-Progressive

Acclaim

Winnipeg (* elected)

Seymour James Farmer (1878-1951) *

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

6,494

Gunnar Solmundur Thorvaldson (1901-1969) *

Conservative

5,796

William Arthur “Bill” Kardash (1912-1997) *

Labour Progressive

5,351

Huntley Douglas Brodie Ketchen (1872-1959) *

Conservative

5,335

John Stewart McDiarmid (1882-1965) *

Liberal-Progressive

5,335

Charles Rhodes Smith (1896-1993) *

Liberal-Progressive

5,335

Lewis St. George Stubbs (1878-1958) *

Independent

5,335

Stephen Nicholas Krawchyk (1903-1943) *

Independent

5,315

Paul Bardal (1889-1966) *

Liberal-Progressive

5,234

Morris Abraham Gray (1887-1966) *

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

5,140

John Queen (1882-1946)

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

3,892

James Alexander Barry (1886-1950)

Conservative

3,612

Stanley Howard Knowles (1908-1997)

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

2,611

Frederick Edgar Warriner (1884-1966)

Conservative

2,268

William Verner Tobias (1892-1941)

Independent

1,927

Harriet Snetsinger Dick (1867-1957)

Liberal-Progressive

1,369

William “Bill” Ivens (1878-1957)

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

1,120

Harrison Dysart (1885-1949)

Conservative

931

Laurier Arthur Regnier (1903-1990)

Liberal

853

Asta Oddson

Social Credit

721

James “Jim” Cowan (1914-1997)

Conservative

665

James Simpkin (1875-1946)

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

563

T. H. Elliott

Independent

484

Madeline Hryniewiecki (1914-1988)

Independent

353

J. J. Evans

Social Credit

311

John Kensington Downes (1879-1944)

Independent

198

T. McConochie

Independent

193

See also:

Events in Manitoba History: Proportional Voting (1920-1957)

Memorable Manitobans: Members of the Twenty-First Legislative Assembly of Manitoba (1941-1945)

Sources:

Manitoba Election Records (December 1870 to November 1957, June 1958 to June 1969), Manitoba Legislative Library.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 20 December 2018

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