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Manitoba Municipalities: Selkirk

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Selkirk was incorporated as a Town on 15 June 1882. It became a City on 26 June 1998.

Mayors:

Term

Mayor

1882-1885

James Colcleugh (1841-1918)

1886

Frederick William Colcleugh (1845-1907)

1887-1888

Thomas Sinclair

1889-1892

Frederick William Colcleugh (1845-1907)

1893-1895

James G. Dagg

1896

Orton Irwin Grain (1863-1930)

1897-1901

Frederick William Colcleugh (1845-1907)

1902

Lynds Smith Vaughan (1848-1937)

1903-1906

J. K. McKenzie

1907-1910

Joseph W. Simpson

1911-1914

Daniel Gordon Ross (1867-1951)

1915

Frank W. Hooker (1860-1935)

1916

Daniel Gordon Ross (1867-?)

1917-1919

Francis Alexander “Frank” Gemmel (1873-1929)

1920-1921

Frank W. Hooker (1860-1935)

1922

Walter Henry Gabriel Gibbs (1872-1952)

1923-1925

Peter James Smith (1863-?)

1926-1927

Walter Henry Gabriel Gibbs (1872-1952)

1928

Fred James Manning (1885-1966)

1929-1930

A. D. Ferguson

1931-1932

J. J. Bell

1933-1935

Frederick Schofield

1936-1937

Robert Smith (c1879-1944)

1938-1947

William Berrisford

1948-1950

William E. Gordon

1951-1957

Stefan “Steve” Oliver (1904-1984)

1958-1965

Ben Massey

1966-1967

Frank Malis

1968-1970

A. Montgomery

1971

A. Cooper

1972

?

1973-1974

Frank Malis

1975-1978

Lloyd Wersch

1978-1980

Charles Albert “Charlie” Balcaen (c1932-2010)

1981-1983

Bill Shead

1984-2001

Robert Stefan “Bud” Oliver

2002-2010

David Kristinn Bell (1959-2014)

2010-?

Larry Johannson

Historic Sites:

Go here for a list of historic sites in Selkirk.

Sources:

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 7 February 2015

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