Selkirk (electoral district)


Selkirk (electoral district)

Selkirk was a federal electoral district in Manitoba, Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1871 to 1979.

This riding was created in 1871 when the province of Manitoba was created.

It was abolished in 1976 when it was redistributed into Provencher, Selkirk—Interlake, Winnipeg North Centre and Winnipeg—Birds Hill ridings.

It was recreated in 1987 from parts Selkirk—Interlake, Winnipeg North Centre and Winnipeg—Birds Hill ridings.

The name of the electoral district was changed in 1990 to Selkirk—Red River.

Election results

By-election: On Manitoba joining Confederation, 15 July 1870

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SMITH, Donald Alexander ||align=right| 239
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TAYLOR, John ||align=right|103

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SMITH, Donald A. ||align=right|258
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WILSON, A.E. ||align=right|62
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MULVEY, S. ||align=right|0
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SUTHERLAND, J. ||align=right|0

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SMITH, Donald A. ||align=right| 329
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BANNATYNE, A.G.B. ||align=right|225

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SMITH, Donald A.||align=right| 555
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MORRIS, Hon. A. ||align=right|546

By-election: On election being declared void

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SCOTT, Thomas ||align=right|735
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SMITH, Donald A. ||align=right| 577

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SUTHERLAND, Hugh ||align=right|1,487
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MULVEY, Stewart ||align=right|1,064

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CHRISTIE, J.A. ||align=right|2,787
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DALY, Thomas Mayne ||align=right|2,608

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DALY, T.M. ||align=right|3,660
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MARTIN, Joseph ||align=right|3,225

By-election: On Mr. Daly being appointed Minister of the Interior and Superintendent General of Indian Affairs

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DALY, Thomas Mayne ||align=right|acclaimed

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MACDONELL, John A. ||align=right|1,713
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ARMSTRONG, Hugh ||align=right|1,712

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MCCREARY, William Forsythe ||align=right|2,172
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HASLAM, John Heber ||align=right|2,171

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JACKSON, S.J. ||align=right|2,104
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COLEMAN, W.W. ||align=right|1,607

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BRADBURY, George Henry ||align=right| 2,874
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JACKSON, Samuel Jacob ||align=right|2,776

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BRADBURY, George Henry ||align=right| 3,098
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BREDIN, Albert Ryerson ||align=right|3,011
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HOLOWACKY, Wasil ||align=right|234

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HAY, Thomas ||align=right|5,860
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ADAMSON, John Evans ||align=right|3,045

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BANCROFT, Leland Payton ||align=right|6,529
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ADAMSON, John Evans ||align=right|3,315
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HAY, Thomas ||align=right|2,347
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DUNN, Thomas ||align=right|1,425
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JOHANNESSON, Sigurdur Julius ||align=right|1,239

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HANNESSON, Hannes Marino ||align=right| 3,831
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BANCROFT, Leland Payson ||align=right|3,319
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GIBBS, Walter Henry Gabriel ||align=right|2,524

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BANCROFT, Leland Payson ||align=right|7,016
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HANNESSON, Hannes Marino ||align=right| 5,104

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STITT, James Herbert ||align=right|6,581
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BANCROFT, Leland Payson ||align=right|6,098
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NAWIZOWSKY, John ||align=right|1,709

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THORSON, Joseph T. ||align=right|9,230
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THORVALDSON, Gunnar S. ||align=right|4,098
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NAWIZOWSKY, John ||align=right|1,953
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LANGTON, Wenman ||align=right| 1,633
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GORDON, William Earl ||align=right|1,275
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MILLS, Edward Robert Rufus ||align=right|1,273

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THORSON, Joseph T. ||align=right|11,023
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WISE, Richard Ambrose ||align=right| 6,869
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PARTRIDGE, Edmund ||align=right| 3,890

By-election: On Mr. Thorson's acceptance of an office of emolument under the Crown, 6 October 1942

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BRYCE, William ||align=right|9,396
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FILLMORE, Charles Elwyn ||align=right|3,781
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HALLDORSON, Salome ||align=right|833

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BRYCE, William ||align=right|7,556
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WOOD, Robert James ||align=right|6,448
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DE PENCIER, Charles Edwin ||align=right|3,499
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HRYNCHYSHYN, Nick ||align=right|1,978
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BROKOVSKI, Theodore William ||align=right| 1,197

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BRYCE, William ||align=right|7,819
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RÉGNIER, Laurier Arthur ||align=right|7,593
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MCDOWELL, John||align=right|6,158

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WOOD, Robert James ||align=right|6,265
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BRYCE, W. Scottie ||align=right|6,076
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BARYLUK, Mike ||align=right|898
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YANCHYSHYN, Walter ||align=right|586
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KOSTANIUK, Constantine ||align=right|307
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GRIFFIN, Walter John ||align=right|141

By-election: On Mr. Wood's death, 8 August 1954

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BRYCE, W. Scottie ||align=right|8,462
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SHANSKI, John||align=right|5,715
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VEITCH, David B. ||align=right|2,471

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BRYCE, W. Scottie ||align=right|7,432
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WOOD, William James ||align=right| 5,530
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SETTER, Ernest ||align=right|2,107
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LUINING, Frederik Louis ||align=right| 1,796

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STEFANSON, Eric ||align=right|8,878
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BRYCE, W. Scottie ||align=right|5,291
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WOOD, William James ||align=right| 4,467

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STEFANSON, Eric ||align=right|8,797
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MCMILLAN, J. Crawford ||align=right|6,272
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ARNASON, Valdimar M. ||align=right|4,198
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TERGESEN, Terence P.J. ||align=right|920

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STEFANSON, Eric ||align=right|10,096
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USICK, Rudy E. ||align=right|6,937
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CROMARTY, Raymond ||align=right|2,211
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HOLLBORN, Carl E. ||align=right|718

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STEFANSON, Eric ||align=right|8,573
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GARSON, Graeme ||align=right|4,765
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PAWLEY, Howard Russell ||align=right|4,456
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EPPS, Rodger ||align=right| 678

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SCHREYER, Ed ||align=right|17,310
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WOLFE, Bernie ||align=right|12,020
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STEFANSON, Eric ||align=right|8,781
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BOWDEN, Walter ||align=right| 707

By-election: On Mr. Schreyer's resignation, 9 June 1969

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ROWLAND, Doug ||align=right|16,595
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REIMER, Phil ||align=right|6,947
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ENNS, Vera ||align=right|4,993
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LUINING, Bob ||align=right|541
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FITCH, Travis I. ||align=right|143

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ROWLAND, Doug ||align=right|17,872
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WHITEWAY, Dean ||align=right|17,842
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SIGFUSSON, Svein ||align=right|8,709
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LUINING, Robert ||align=right|418

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WHITEWAY, Dean ||align=right|22,441
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ROWLAND, Doug ||align=right|20,667
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COUTU, Eddie ||align=right|7,239
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KALTURNYK, Bill ||align=right|148

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BJORNSON, David ||align=right|17,813
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PAWLEY, Howard ||align=right|13,899
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SANDERSON, Peter ||align=right|12,451
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FELSEN, Karl H. ||align=right|1,172
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PETTY, Terrance ||align=right|595
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BOWERS, Ron ||align=right|364
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ZUBEK, Wowie Zowie ||align=right|335
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KLOCHKO, Eugene ||align=right|58

See also

* List of Canadian federal electoral districts
* Past Canadian electoral districts

External links

* [http://www.parl.gc.ca/information/about/process/house/hfer/hfer.asp?Language=E&Search=Det&Include=Y&rid=675 Riding history for Selkirk (1871–1976) from the] Library of Parliament
* [http://www.parl.gc.ca/information/about/process/house/hfer/hfer.asp?Language=E&Search=Det&Include=Y&rid=1143 Riding history for Selkirk (1987–1990) from the] Library of Parliament


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