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Manitoba Municipalities: Lorne

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Links to nearby municipalities: Argyle | Dufferin | Louise | Pembina | Somerset | South Cypress | South Norfolk | Thompson | Victoria

Lorne was incorporated as a Rural Municipality on 14 February 1880. It was named for the Duke of Argyle (Marquis of Lorne; 1845-1914), son-in-law to Queen Victoria, who was Governor General of Canada from 1878 to 1883.

Reeves:

Term

Reeve

1880-1884

?

1885-1893

Robert George O'Malley (1857-1938)

1894

James Gardiner

1895-1905

D. E. Corbett

1906-1930

Dollard Therrien

1931-1937

Pierre J. Hallemans

1938-1939

R. O. Jackson

1940

Pierre J. Hallemans

1941-1943

R. O. Jackson

1944-1951

Jean Louis Hacault

1952-1955

Pierre J. Hallemans

1956-1971

Jean Louis Hacault

1971-1983

Adrien Wenceslas Doyon (1913-2007)

1984-1998

Lorne Sierens

1998-2006

Lionel “Lou” Badiou (1930-2013)

2007-?

Robert Davy

?-?

Aurel Pantel

Historic Sites:

Go here for a list of historic sites in Lorne.

Sources:

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 13 December 2014

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