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Memorable Manitobans: James Hugh Campbell Dunlop (1923-1987)

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James Hugh Campbell Dunlop
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Radio manager, municipal official.

Born at Windsor, Nova Scotia on 9 July 1923, son of William and Priscilla Dunlop, after service in the Royal Canadian Navy during the Second World War, he attended the Dalhousie Law School and worked in radio broadcasting. He came to Manitoba in 1961 as General Manager of radio station CKDM. He served as Mayor of Dauphin (1966-1969), President of the Manitoba Association of Urban Municipalities (1968-1969), President of the Manitoba Association of Broadcasters, Vice-President of the Liberal Party of Manitoba, and a board member of the Manitoba Centennial Corporation. He died at Dauphin on 28 June 1987 and was buried at Halifax, Nova Scotia.


Obituary, Winnipeg Free Press, 2 July 1987, page 44.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 4 June 2019

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