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Manitoba Municipalities: St. Laurent

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Links to nearby municipalities: Armstrong | Coldwell | Posen | Rockwood | Woodlands

St. Laurent was incorporated as a Rural Municipality on 25 May 1881. From 1944 to 1974, it was under the control of a Resident Administrator. It was restored to full municipal status on 22 November 1974 and its Administrator was replaced with an elected Reeve and six Councillors.

Reeves:

Term

Reeve

1881-1887

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1888-1892

Jeremiah M. J. Mulvihill (c1840-1913)

1893-1894

Daniel Devlin

1895-1896

Jeremiah M. J. Mulvihill (c1840-1913)

1897

A. Delaronde

1898-1904

Jeremiah M. J. Mulvihill (c1840-1913)

1905-1912

Joseph Hamelin

1913

A. G. Hepworth

1914

Joseph Hamelin

1915-1916

H. A. Hepworth

1918-1920

Joseph Hamelin

1921-1922

Laurent Atkinson

1923-1924

H. William Connelly

1925-1928

William Carriere

1929

H. William Connelly

1930

H. D. Hunter

1931-1932

Robert Kerr Jr.

1933-1942

Emil A. Heyser

1943

Joseph Desharnais

1944

R. R. Belanger [Administrator]

1945-1947

Edmond N. Coutu [Administrator]

1948-1956

John Reeves [Administrator]

1957-1959

N. J. Allard [Administrator]

1960-1974

Leonard Conrad [Administrator]

1975

Leonard Conrad

1976-1983

Yves Kerbrat

1984-1989

Henri L'Heureux

1989-1998

Aime Gauthier (1926-2005)

1999-2007

Denis Carriere

2008-2014

Earl Zotter

2015-?

Cheryl Smith

Historic Sites:

Go here for a list of historic sites in St. Laurent.

Sources:

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 13 December 2014

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