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Encyclopedia > Manitoba general election, 1995

The Manitoba, Canada general election of 1995 was won by the Progressive Conservatives, who won 31 seats out of 57. The New Democrats formed the official opposition with 23 seats; the Liberals won 3.


See also: List of Manitoba general elections


Provincial results

Party Standings
Party Leader Pre-election seats Results
Seats % of votes cast
Progressive Conservative Gary Filmon 29 31 %
New Democratic Gary Doer 20 23 %
Liberal Paul Edwards 6 3 %
Libertarian Clancy Smith or Dennis Rice 0 0 %
First Peoples Party Jerry Fontaine 0 0 %
Independent Native Voice Nelson Contois 0 0 %
Independent n/a 0 0 %
Total     57 100.0%


Note: There were two vacant seats at the time of the election.


Riding-byriding results

Party code:

(x) denotes incumbent.


Riding-by-riding results:


Arthur-Virden:

  • (x)Jim Downey (PC) 5015
  • Ray Cantelo (NDP) 1519
  • Murray Lee (L) 1258

Assiniboia:

  • (x)Linda McIntosh (PC) 4315
  • Allen Green (L) 2185
  • Jo-Anne Swayze (NDP) 1648

Brandon East:

  • (x)Len Evans (NDP) 4325
  • Greg Dinsdale (PC) 2608
  • Elizabeth Roberts (L) 1169

Brandon West:

  • (x)James McCrae (PC) 4471
  • Derry Decter (NDP) 2790
  • Mark Barber (L) 1789

Broadway:

  • (x)Conrad Santos (NDP) 4748
  • Fred De Villa (L) 1613
  • Ba Van Nguyen (PC) 1529
  • Una Truscott (FPP) 262

Burrows:

  • (x)Doug Martindale (NDP) 4748
  • Billy McGee (PC) 1266
  • Naty Yankech (L) 1024

Charleswood:

  • (x)Jim Ernst (PC) 5737
  • Gail Watson (L) 2958
  • Dale Walker (NDP) 1197

Concordia:

  • (x)Gary Doer (NDP) 4827
  • Paul Murphy (PC) 1845
  • Bret Dobbin (L) 816
  • Guy Beaudry (Lbt) 104

Crescentwood:

  • Tim Sale (NDP) 3733
  • Debbie Vivian (PC) 3455
  • (x)Avis Gray (L) 3170

Dauphin:

Elmwood:

  • (x)Jim Maloway (NDP) 4264
  • Clay McMurren (PC) 2552
  • John Petryshyn (L) 1227

Emerson:

  • (x)Jack Penner (PC) 4965
  • Lorne Hamblin (L) 1983
  • Georgine Spooner (NDP) 945

Flin Flon:

Fort Garry:

  • (x)Rosemary Vodrey (PC) 5959
  • Jim Woodman (L) 4434
  • Brock Holowachuk (NDP) 1857
  • Alexander Pressy (Lbt) 91

Gimli:

  • (x)Ed Helwer (PC) 5591
  • Fran Frederickson (NDP) 3746
  • Don Forfar (L) 1702

Gladstone:

  • (x)Denis Rocan (PC) 4629
  • Eric Ezikot (L) 1454
  • Joyce Penner (NDP) 1347

Inkster:

  • (x)Kevin Lamoureux (L) 4394
  • Poy Gomez (NDP) 2649
  • Scott Fielding (PC) 1384
  • Scott Kowall (Ind) 223

Interlake:

Kildonan:

  • (x)Dave Chomiak (NDP) 5812
  • Robert Praznik (PC) 3324
  • Joe Gallagher (L) 2041

Kirkfield Park:

  • (x)Eric Stefanson (PC) 5949
  • Vic Wieler (L) 2616
  • Darryl Livingstone (NDP) 1325

Lac du Bonnet:

  • (x)Darren Praznik (PC) 5986
  • Marguerite Ogilvie (NDP) 3463
  • Bill Flett (L) 1039

Lakeside:

  • (x)Harry Enns (PC) 4376
  • Eduard Hiebert (NDP) 1802
  • Dorothy Hudson (L) 1373
  • Gary Bergen (Lbt) 110

La Verendrye:

  • (x)Ben Sveinson (PC) 5949
  • Marinus Van Osch (L) 2507
  • Renald Fiola (NDP) 2452

Minnedosa:

Morris:

Niakwa:

  • (x)Jack Reimer (PC) 5908
  • Evelyne Reese (L) 3748
  • Leslie Fingler (NDP) 1961

Osborne:

Pembina:

  • Peter Dyck (PC) 5092
  • Walter Hoeppner (L) 2632
  • Sean Espey (NDP) 452

Point Douglas:

  • (x)George Hickes (NDP) 3095
  • Linda Cantiveros (L) 1132
  • Claire Riddle (PC) 578
  • Lyle Morrisseau (Ind/FPP) 105

Portage La Prairie:

  • (x)Brian Pallister (PC) 3977
  • Bob Turner (L) 2117
  • Connie Gretsinger (NDP) 1519
  • Ralph Jackson (Ind) 130

Radisson:

Riel:

  • David Newman (PC) 3561
  • Gord Steeves (L) 3120
  • Bob Herzog (NDP) 2653

River East:

River Heights:

Roblin-Russell:

  • (x)Len Derkach (PC) 4672
  • Fred Embryk (NDP) 2688
  • Neil Stewart (L) 1239

Rossmere:

Rupertsland:

St. Boniface:

  • (x)Neil Gaudry (L) 4021
  • Rachel Massicotte (NDP) 2829
  • Kim Sigurdson (PC) 1686
  • Ivan Lecuyer (Ind) 306

St. James:

St. Johns:

  • (x)Gord Mackintosh (NDP) 4513
  • Bron Gorski (L) 1610
  • Marni Larkin (PC) 1587

St. Norbert:

St. Vital:

Ste. Rose:

  • (x)Glen Cummings (PC) 3762
  • John Morrisseau (NDP) 2341
  • David Martin (L) 1133

Seine River:

  • (x)Louise Dacquay (PC) 6462
  • Bobbi Ethier (L) 4376
  • Wilson Ho (NDP) 2163

Selkirk:

  • (x)Greg Dewar (NDP) 4758
  • Brian Ketcheson (PC) 3839
  • Elmer Keryluk (L) 2273

Springfield:

  • (x)Glen Findlay (PC) 6355
  • Steve Pochuk (NDP) 4275
  • Bob Singh (L) 1461
  • Francis Trueman (Lbt) 96

Steinbach:

  • (x)Albert Driedger (PC) 5975
  • Cornelius Goertzen (L) 1206
  • Peter Hiebert (NDP) 787

Sturgeon Creek:

  • (x)Gerry McAlpine (PC) 4747
  • Bob Douglas (L) 3051
  • Tamsin Collings (NDP) 1688
  • Richard McIntyre (Ind) 180

Swan River:

The Maples:

  • (x)Gary Kowalski (L) 4254
  • Inderjit Claire (NDP) 2634
  • Fred Arrojado (PC) 1960

The Pas:

  • (x)Oscar Lathlin (NDP) 3616
  • Alfred McDonald (PC) 2501
  • Clem Jones (L) 877

Thompson:

  • (x)Steve Ashton (NDP) 3619
  • Chuck Shabe (PC) 1320
  • Tim Johnston (L) 926

Transcona:

  • (x)Daryl Reid (NDP) 5163
  • Richard Bueckert (PC) 2372
  • Ingrid Pokrant (L) 1216
  • Jack Lang (Ind) 131

Turtle Mountain:

  • Merv Tweed (PC) 4781
  • Douglas Collins (L) 1735
  • Robert Smith (NDP) 1334

Tuxedo:

  • (x)Gary Filmon (PC) 8691
  • Rick Rosenberg (L) 2975
  • Martha Owen (NDP) 1457

Wellington:

  • (x)Becky Barrett (NDP) 3788
  • O.T. Anderson (L) 1996
  • Steve Place (PC) 1226

Wolseley:

  • (x)Jean Friesen (NDP) 4048
  • Marilyn MacKinnon (L) 1577
  • David Kovnats (PC) 1555

post-election changes:


Gary Kowalski left the Liberal caucus on June 5, 1997, and Kevin Lamoureux followed suit on October 1, 1997. Both rejoined the party caucus in 1998.


Portage La Prairie (res. Brian Pallister, April 28, 1997), September 30, 1997:

  • David Faurschou (PC) 2422
  • Dave Quinn (L) 1657
  • Connie Gretsinger (NDP) 1340
  • Warren Goodwin (Ind) 1025
  • Ralph Jackson (Ind) 49

Charleswood (res. Jim Ernst, October 28, 1997), April 28, 1998:

  • Myrna Driedger (PC) 2767
  • Alan McKenzie (L) 1524
  • Barrie Farrow (NDP) 961

Neil Gaudry died on February 18, 1999.

Preceded by:
1990 Manitoba election

List of Manitoba general elections

Followed by:
1999 Manitoba election


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