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Memorable Manitobans: Members of the Twelfth Legislative Assembly of Manitoba (1908-1910)

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The Assembly was elected on 7 March 1907.

Session

Opening

Prorogation

Dissolution

1

2 January 1908

26 February 1908

-

2

4 February 1909

10 March 1909

-

3

10 February 1910

16 March 1910

20 June 1910

The following persons were members:

Rodmond Palen Roblin
Rodmond Palen Roblin

(Premier)

James Johnson
James Johnson

(Speaker)

Armand Henry Corelli
Armand Henry Corelli

(Clerk)

John McDougall
John McDougall

(Sergeant-at-Arms)


John Hume Agnew
John Hume Agnew

(Virden,
Conservative)

James Henthorne Argue
James Henthorne Argue

(Avondale,
Conservative)

Hugh Armstrong
Hugh Armstrong

(Portage la Prairie,
Conservative)

James William Armstrong
James William Armstrong

(Gladstone,
Liberal)

James Bryson Baird
James Bryson Baird

(Mountain,
Liberal)

Aime Benard
Aime Benard

(Assiniboia,
Conservative)

Joseph Bernier
Joseph Bernier

(St. Boniface,
Conserative)

Angus Lorne Bonnycastle
Angus Lorne Bonnycastle

(Russell,
Conservative)

Duncan Cameron
Duncan Cameron

(Gilbert Plains, by-election November 1908,
Conservative)

Colin Howell Campbell
Colin Howell Campbell

(Morris,
Conservative)

Glenlyon Archibald Campbell
Glenlyon Archibald Campbell

(Gilbert Plains,
Conservative)

John Archibald Campbell
John Archibald Campbell

(Dauphin,
Liberal)

Alfred Henry Carroll
Alfred Henry Carroll
(Brandon South,
Conservative)

George Robinson Coldwell
George Robson Coldwell

(Brandon City, by-election November 1907,
Conservative)

William Ferguson
William Ferguson

(Hamiota,
Conservative)

James Thomas Gordon
James Thomas Gordon

(Winnipeg South,
Conservative)

Orton Irwin Grain
Orton Irwin Grain

(Kildonan & St. Andrew,
Conservative)

James Henry Howden
James Henry Howden

(Beautiful Plains,
Conservative)

James Johnson
James Johnson

(Turtle Mountain,
Conservative)

Thomas Herman Johnson
Thomas Herman Johnson

(Winnipeg West,
Liberal)

Sigtryggur Jónasson
Sigtryggur Jónasson

(Gimli,
Liberal)

Jean Baptiste Lauzon
Jean Baptiste Lauzon

(La Verendrye,
Conservative)

George Lawrence
George Lawrence

(Killarney,
Conservative)

Edwin David Lynch
Edwin David Lynch

(Lakeside,
Conservative)

Robert Fern Lyons
Robert Fern Lyons

(Norfolk,
Conservative)

George John Huntley
George John Huntley Malcolm

(Birtle, by-election November 1909,
Liberal)

Benjamin James McConnell
Benjamin James McConnell

(Morden,
Liberal)

Stanley William McInnis
Stanley William McInnis

(Brandon City,
Conservative)

Charles Julius Mickle
Charles Julius Mickle

(Birtle,
Liberal)

John Fletcher Mitchell
John Fletcher Mitchell

(Winnipeg North,
Conservative)

Tobias Crawford Norris
Tobias Crawford Norris

(Lansdowne,
Liberal)

Albert Prefontaine
Albert Prefontaine

(Carillon,
Conservative)

Isaac Riley
Isaac Riley

(Rockwood,
Conservative)

Rodmond Palen Roblin
Rodmond Palen Roblin

(Dufferin,
Conservative)

James Wells Robson
James Wells Robson

(Swan River,
Conservative)

Robert Rogers
Robert Rogers

(Manitou,
Conservative)

Donald Andrew Ross
Donald Andrew Ross

(Springfield,
Liberal)

Harvey Cathcart Simpson
Harvey Cathcart Simpson

(Virden, by-election January 1909,
Conservative)

George Steel
George Steel

(Cypress
Conservative)

Thomas William Taylor
Thomas William Taylor

(Winnipeg Centre,
Conservative)

Robert Stirton Thornton
Robert Stirton Thornton

(Deloraine,
Liberal)

William B. Waddell
William B. Waddell

(Minnedosa,
Conservative)

George Walton
George Walton

(Emerson,
Liberal)

John Williams
John Williams

(Arthur,
Liberal)

Valentine Winkler
Valentine Winkler

(Rhineland, Liberal)

 

 

 

See also:

Events in Manitoba History: Manitoba Provincial Election (1907)

Events in Manitoba History: Manitoba Provincial By-Elections (1907-1909)

Sources:

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 12 April 2022

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