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Manitoba Municipalities: Ritchot

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Links to nearby municipalities: De Salaberry | Hanover | Macdonald | Morris | Ste. Anne | Springfield | Tache | Winnipeg

Ritchot was incorporated as a Rural Municipality on 1 November 1890. It was named for Joseph-Noel Ritchot.

Reeves / Mayors:

Term

Reeve

1891

?

1892

Joseph Lemay

1893

John Kenney

1894

J. N. Camyre

1895

Xavier Fontaine

1896

Joseph Hamelin

1897-1898

J. N. Camyre

1899-1901

Joseph Hamelin

1902-1906

Louis-Misael Bougret dit Dufort (1848-1914)

1907

Joseph Hamelin

1908-1911

Edmond Champagne

1912-1916

P. Legasse

1917-1920

O. Leclaire

1921-1923

Theobald Joyal

1924-1938

Eugene Landry

1939

John V. Robinson

1940-1945

J. Francois Legal

1946-1947

S. Beaudoin

1948-1955

David Proteau

1956-1963

J. Francois Legal

1964-1967

David Proteau

1968-1973

John Stuart Wallace (1923-2007)

1973-1974

Fred Polanski

1975-1978

Philip Tencha

1979-1980

?

1981-1986

Raymond Lagasse (1927-2006)

1986-1992

John Stuart Wallace (1923-2007)

1993-1995

Cyrille Durand

1996-2014

Robert Stefaniuk

2015-?

Jackie Hunt

Historic Sites:

Go here for a list of historic sites in Ritchot.

Sources:

“Byelection in Ritchot,” Winnipeg Free Press, 2 February 1973, page 22.

“Polanski Reeve of Ritchot,” Winnipeg Free Press, 27 February 1973, page 51.

We thank Nathan Kramer for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 1 March 2015

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