Provincial Election

Some articles on provincial election, election:

Leo Barry (Canadian Jurist)
... He was defeated in the 1975 provincial election and served as chairman of the Newfoundland Labor Relations Board for until 1977 when he became a ... He won a seat during the 1979 provincial election and was appointed energy minister in Peckford's cabinet ... As Liberal leader in the 1985 provincial election he increased the number of Liberal seats from four to 15 in the 52 member House of Assembly ...
Murdoch Mac Kay - Political Career
... for the division of Wolseley in the 1973 provincial election ... On election night, official results showed that he had received the same number of votes as Liberal Party leader Izzy Asper ... Asper resigned his seat in 1975, and MacKay contested a by-election to replace him ...
Steve Orcherton
... He was defeated in the 2001 provincial election by Sheila Orr, the same candidate he had faced in the 1996 provincial election ... In the 2005 provincial election, Orcherton again sought the New Democratic Party nomination in Victoria-Hillside, but lost to Rob Fleming, who defeated Orr in the general ...
Paul Mac Ewan - Biography
... democratic Nova Scotia New Democratic Party in the 1970 provincial election ... NDP MLAs elected in the history of Nova Scotia, in the provincial election of October 13, 1970, which saw the PCs defeated after fourteen years in power, and replaced by the Liberals headed ... years of Akerman and MacEwan, the NDP advanced by one seat in each election contested, and had four MLAs elected by 1978 ...
Leo Bernier
... first ran for the Ontario legislature in the 1963 provincial election, and lost to Liberal-Labour candidate Robert Gibson by 840 votes in Kenora ... Gibson died in 1966, and Bernier was elected in a by-election to replace him ... He was returned by an increased margin in the 1967 provincial election, and served as a backbench supporter of the John Robarts administration ...

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