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Encyclopedia > Manitoba general election, 1999

The election of September 21, 1999 in Manitoba, Canada returned to power the New Democratic Party (NDP), which had been out of power since 1988. The NDP won 32 seats, against 24 for the Progressive Conservatives. The Manitoba Liberal Party won one seat.


See also: List of Manitoba general elections


Provincial results

Party Standings
Party Leader Pre-election seats Results
Seats % of votes cast
New Democratic Gary Doer 23 32 %
Progressive Conservative Gary Filmon 31 24 %
Liberal Jon Gerrard 2 1 %
Green Markus Buchart 0 0 %
Communist Darrell Rankin 0 0 %
Libertarian Dennis Rice 0 0 %
Manitoba Party Roger Woloshyn 0 0 %
Independent n/a 0 0 %
Total     57 100.0%


Note: One seat was vacant prior to the election.


Riding-by-riding results

Party code:

(x) denotes incumbent.


Riding results:


Arthur-Virden:

  • Larry Maguire (PC) 4215
  • Perry Kalynuk (NDP) 3063
  • Bob Brigden (L) 1281

Assiniboia:

Brandon East:

  • Drew Caldwell (NDP) 4840
  • Marty Snelling (PC) 2080
  • Don Jessiman (Ind) 525
  • Peter Logan (L) 453

Brandon West:

Burrows:

Carman:

  • (x)Denis Rocan (PC) 3698
  • Raymond Le Neal (L) 2291
  • Diane Beresford (NDP) 1519

Charleswood:

  • (x)Myrna Driedger (PC) 5437
  • Alana McKenzie (L) 2323
  • Darryl Livingstone (NDP) 2176

Concordia:

Dauphin-Roblin:

  • (x)Stan Struthers (NDP) 5596
  • Lorne Boguski (PC) 4001
  • Doug McPhee (M) 455

Elmwood:

  • (x)Jim Maloway (NDP) 5176
  • Elsie Bordynuik (PC) 2659
  • Cameron Neumann (Lbt) 320
  • James Hogaboam (Comm) 79

Emerson:

  • (x)Jack Penner (PC) 3994
  • Ted Klassen (L) 2054
  • David Kiansky (NDP) 1332

Flin Flon:

Fort Garry:

  • Joy Smith (PC) 4436
  • Lawrie Cherniack (NDP) 4406
  • Ted Gilson (L) 1143
  • Denise Van Rooyen (M) 116

Fort Rouge:

  • (x)Tim Sale (NDP) 4759
  • Ron Paley (PC) 2971
  • John Shanski (L) 1870
  • Alex Reid (G) 176

Fort Whyte:

Gimli:

  • (x)Ed Helwer (PC) 5488
  • Fran Frederickson (NDP) 5086
  • Pat Caroll (L) 1019

Inkster:

Interlake:

Kildonan:

  • (x)Dave Chomiak (NDP) 6101
  • Shannon Martin (PC) 2542
  • Michael Lazar (L) 1093

Kirkfield Park:

  • (x)Eric Stefanson (PC) 6108
  • Dennis Kshyk (NDP) 3060
  • Vic Wieler (L) 2306

Lac du Bonnet:

Lakeside:

  • (x)Harry Enns (PC) 4426
  • Paul Pododworny (NDP) 2785
  • Dave Harcus (L) 1646
  • Marcel Van De Kerckhove (M) 222

La Verendrye:

Lord Roberts:

  • (x)Diane McGifford (NDP) 5240
  • Maggie Nishimura (PC) 2678
  • Allen Mills (L) 1776
  • Lyle Ford (G) 136

Minnedosa:

  • (x)Harold Gilleshammer (PC) 3744
  • Harvey Paterson (NDP) 2841
  • Gordon Powell (L) 578
  • Brian Pollon (M) 369

Minto:

  • (x)MaryAnn Mihychuk (NDP) 4534
  • Harry Lehotsky (PC) 2035
  • Duane Poettcker (L) 452
  • Harold Dyck (Comm) 45
  • Didz Zuzens (Lbt) 27

Morris:

Pembina:

  • (x)Peter Dyck (PC) 4808
  • Celson Arevalo (NDP) 1120
  • Marilyn Skubovius (L) 1039

Point Douglas:

  • (x)George Hickes (NDP) 3338
  • Ajay Chopra (L) 1336
  • Mary Richard (PC) 1224
  • Peter Juba (Ind) 360

Portage La Prairie:

  • (x)David Faurschou (PC) 3476
  • Connie Gretsinger (NDP) 2769
  • Dave Cook (L) 1116
  • Gary Gergen (Lbt) 111

Radisson:

  • (x)Marianne Cerilli (NDP) 5198
  • Henry McDonald (PC) 3114
  • Betty Ann Watts (L) 1136

Riel:

  • Linda Asper (NDP) 4833
  • (x)David Newman (PC) 4559
  • Clayton Weselowski (L) 820
  • Mike Kubara (M) 91

River East:

River Heights:

Rossmere:

Rupertsland:

  • (x)Eric Robinson (NDP) 2007
  • Darcy Wood (L) 708
  • Fred Harper (PC) 678

Russell:

St. Boniface:

  • Greg Selinger (NDP) 5439
  • Jean-Paul Bolly (L) 2994
  • Robert Olson (PC) 1181

St. James:

St. Johns:

  • (x)Gord Mackintosh (NDP) 5766
  • Ray Larkin (PC) 1635
  • Patrick Fontaine (L) 607

St. Norbert:

St. Vital:

Ste. Rose:

  • (x)Glen Cummings (PC) 3871
  • Louise Wilson (NDP) 3293
  • Fred Juskowiak (L) 591

Seine River:

  • (x)Louise Dacquay (PC) 4684
  • Leslie Fingler (NDP) 3464
  • Jake Pankratz (L) 1493
  • Warren Goodwan (M) 129

Selkirk:

  • (x)Greg Dewar (NDP) 5376
  • Barry Uskiw (PC) 3353
  • Joe Smolinski (L) 1162

Southdale:

  • (x)Jack Reimer (PC) 5455
  • Iris Taylor (NDP) 2909
  • Shirley Chaput (L) 2064
  • Paul Gibson (M) 200

Springfield:

Steinbach:

  • Jim Penner (PC) 5708
  • Peter Hiebert (NDP) 910
  • Rick Ginter (L) 688

Swan River:

  • (x)Rosann Wowchuk (NDP) 4931
  • Maxine Plesiuk (PC) 3482
  • Wayne Klekta (M) 558

The Maples:

  • Cris Aglugub (NDP) 4329
  • Ellen Kowalski (PC) 2310
  • Sudhir Sandhu (L) 1233
  • Menard Caneda (Ind) 73

The Pas:

  • (x)Oscar Lathlin (NDP) 2952
  • Ron Evans (PC) 2737
  • Don Sandberg (L) 612

Thompson:

  • (x)Steve Ashton (NDP) 3793
  • Cecil Thorne (PC) 1306
  • Pascal Bighetty (L) 244

Transcona:

Turtle Mountain:

  • (x)Merv Tweed (PC) 4037
  • Janet Brady (NDP) 1902
  • Lorne Hanks (L) 1247

Tuxedo:

Wellington:

  • (x)Conrad Santos (NDP) 4102
  • Allison Frate (PC) 935
  • Bernie Doucette (L) 757
  • Paul Baskerville (M) 127

Wolseley:

  • (x)Jean Friesen (NDP) 5282
  • Carol Roberts (PC) 1685
  • Phyllis Abbe (G) 356
  • David Allison (Comm) 133

post-election changes:


Kirkfield Park (res. Eric Stefanson, September 7, 2000), November 21, 2000:

Tuxedo (res. Gary Filmon, September 18, 2000), November 21, 2000:

  • Heather Stefanson (PC) 2692
  • Rochelle Zimberg (L) 1586
  • Iona Starr (NDP) 916

Lac Du Bonnett (res. Darren Praznik, February 8, 2002), March 12, 2002:

  • Gerald Hawranik (PC) 3398
  • Michael Hameluck (NDP) 3234
  • George Harbotte (L) 1647

Riel (res. Linda Asper, April 24, 2003)


Steinbach (res. Jim Penner, April 24, 2003)

Preceded by:
1995 Manitoba election

List of Manitoba general elections

Followed by:
2003 Manitoba election


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