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Encyclopedia > Saskatchewan general election, 1944

The Saskatchewan general election of 1944 was the tenth provincial election in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It was held on June 15, 1944, to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan. Motto: Multis E Gentibus Vires (Latin: From many peoples, strength) Official languages English Capital Regina Largest city Saskatoon Lieutenant-Governor Lynda M. Haverstock Premier Lorne Calvert (NDP) Parliamentary representation  - House seat  - Senate seats 14 6 Area Total  â€¢ Land  â€¢ Water    (% of total)  Ranked 7th 651,036 km² 591,670 km² 59... June 15 is the 166th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (167th in leap years), with 199 days remaining. ... 1944 (MCMXLIV) was a leap year starting on Saturday (link will take you to calendar). ... The Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan is located in Regina. ...


It marked the first time a socialist government was elected anywhere in North America. CCF leader Tommy Douglas became the premier of the province. The color red and particularly the red flag are traditional symbols of Socialism. ... World map showing North America A satellite composite image of North America. ... Thomas Clement Douglas, PC , CC , SOM , MA , LL.D, PCP, GHB, MP3, MDMA, GOD, GED, POOP, MVP, NBA, MLB, NFL, NHL, OB/GYN, RHCP, RCMP, and other assorted degrees (October 20, 1904 – February 24, 1986) was a Scottish-born Canadian Baptist minister until becoming a democratic socialist politician. ... A premier is an executive official of government. ...


The CCF won 47 of the 52 seats in the legislature, and over half of the popular vote, despite a very negative campaign by the governing Liberal Party. The Liberals, led by William John Patterson, accused Douglas of being a communist. The Saskatchewan Liberal Party is a political party in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. ... William John Patterson (May 13, 1886-June 10, 1976) was a Liberal Premier of Saskatchewan, Canada. ... Communism - Wikipedia /**/ @import /w/skins-1. ...


The Liberal popular vote fell by 10 percentage points, and they won only 5 seats.


The Social Credit Party of Saskatchewan, which had won 16% of the vote and 2 seats in the 1938 election collapsed, nominating only one candidate, who won only 249 votes. The Social Credit Party of Saskatchewan was a political party in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan that promoted social credit economic theories from the mid-1930s to the late 1960s. ... The Saskatchewan general election of 1938 was the ninth provincial election held in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. ...


The Communist Party-led Unity movement reverted to the name Labour Progressive Party, and lost both of the seats it had won in 1938. The Communist Party of Canada (Saskatchewan) was a communist political party in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. ... Unity or Progressive Unity was the name used in Saskatchewan, Canada, by a popular front party initiated by the Communist Party of Canada for the 1938 Saskatchewan and 1940 Canadian election. ... The Labour-Progressive Party was a Communist party in Canada. ...


The Conservative Party, renamed the Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan and led by H.E. Keown, won over 10% of the vote, but no seats. The Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan is a political party in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. ...

Contents


Results

Party Party Leader # of
candidates
Seats Popular Vote
1938 Elected % Change # % % Change
     Co-operative Commonwealth
Tommy Douglas
52 10 47 +370% 211,364 53.13% +34.4%
     Liberal
William Patterson
52 38 5 -86.8% 140,901 35.42% -10.03%
     Progressive Conservative
H.E. Keown
39 42,511 10.69% -1.18%
     Labour Progressive 3 2,067 0.52% -1.41%
     Independent 5 705 0.18% -0.73%
     Social Credit 1 249 0.06% -15.84%
     Independent Liberal 1 * * 5 0.00% *
Total 153 52 52 397,802 100%  

The Saskatchewan general election of 1938 was the ninth provincial election held in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. ... The Saskatchewan New Democratic Party (NDP) is a social democratic political party in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. ... Thomas Clement Douglas PC,CC,SOM (October 20, 1904 - February 24, 1986) was a Scottish-born Canadian Baptist minister and democratic socialist politician. ... The Saskatchewan Liberal Party is a political party in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. ... William John Patterson (May 13, 1886-June 10, 1976) was a Liberal Premier of Saskatchewan, Canada. ... The Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan is a political party in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. ... The Communist Party of Canada (Saskatchewan) was a communist political party in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. ... The Social Credit Party of Saskatchewan was a political party in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan that promoted social credit economic theories from the mid-1930s to the late 1960s. ... The Saskatchewan Liberal Party is a political party in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. ...

Riding by Riding Results

People in bold represent party leaders and the Speaker

Electoral District Candidates   Incumbent
  CCF   Image:Liberalscolumn.PNG   Prog. Cons.   Other
Arm River William R. Fansher
2256
  Gustaf Herman Danielson
2343
Thomas Alfred Homersham
1068
  Gustaf Herman Danielson
Athabasca Pierre Ephrem Ayotte
57
  Louis Marcien Marion
626
Alexander Fred De Laronde
9
Errick Guttormur Erickson (Ind)
78

Francis Xavier Poitras (In. Lib)
5 Image File history File links Liberalscolumn. ... Athabasca is the name of a Native American tribe, see at Canada: Mount Athabasca (3,491 metres/11,454 feet) Lake Athabasca Athabasca River Athabascaville, Quebec Athabasca, Alberta ( See also: [1] ) Athabasca University Athabasca University Students Union Athabasca (electoral district) Athabasca Landing ( See also: [2] ) Athabasca Tar Sands - an oil...

  Hubert Staines
Bengough   Allan Lister Samuel Brown
3847
Thomas Waddell
2473
  Herman Kersler Warren
Biggar   Woodrow Stanley Lloyd
3633
Frank Freeman
2156
  John Allan Young
Cannington Gladys Strum
3204
  William John Patterson
3210
William Armstrong Brigden
687
  William John Patterson
Cumberland   Myron Henry Feeley
3538
Stephen T. Shabbits
2537
  Myron Henry Feeley
Cumberland   Leslie Walter Lee
357
Deakin Alexander Hall
242
Raoul Olier St. Denis
11
  Deakin Alexander Hall
Cut Knife   Isidore Charles Nollet
2726
John A. Gordon
1820
  William Roseland
Elrose   Maurice John Willis
3771
Hubert Staines
1807
Ernest J. Ewing
1013
  Louis Henry Hantelman
Gravelbourg   Henry Edmund Houze
2681
Edward Milton Culliton
2586
  Edward Milton Culliton
Gull Lake   Alvin Cecil Murray
3942
Harvey Harold McMahon
2200
Charles Howard Howlett
1356
  Harvey Harold McMahon
Hanley   James Smith Aitken
2272
Charles Agar
1775
James Hubert Cannon
893
  Charles Agar
Humboldt   Ben Putnam
3587
Arnold William Loehr
2673
Stephen David Weese
358
  Joseph William Burton
Kelvington   Peter Anton Howe
3132
Gladstone Mansfield Ferrie
1880
Samuel Edward Hall
649
  Peter Anton Howe
Kerrobert-Kindersley   John Wellbelove
3236
Donald Laing
2377
Wellington Smith Myers
933
  Donald Laing
Kinistino   William James Boyle
3055
Russell Martin Paul
1544
Andrew Fraser
671
  John Richard Parish Taylor
Last Mountain   Jacob Benson
3803
Henry Philip Mang
2064
James Lindsay Blair
1281
  Jacob Benson
Lumsden   William Sancho Thair
2966
James Gallagher Knox
188
Arthur Maurice Pearson
1220
  Robert Scott Donaldson
Lumsden   William Sancho Thair
2966
James Gallagher Knox
188
Arthur Maurice Pearson
1220
  Robert Scott Donaldson
Maple Creek   Beatrice Janet Trew
3656
John Joseph Mildenberger
2872
George Chester Stewart
911
  John Joseph Mildenberger
Meadow Lake   Herschel Lee Howell
2034
Donald MacDonald
1805
William Titley
362
Arthur J. Doucet (Lib Lab)
716
  Donald MacDonald
Melfort   Oakland Woods Valleau
3396
John Duncan MacFarlane
1862
Stanley Beattie Caskey
1450
  Oakland Woods Valleau
Melville   William James Arthurs
4575
Lionel Stilborn
3614
Shamus Patrick Regan
821
  John Frederick Herman
Milestone   Frank Keem Malcolm
3302
William Pedersen
2207
  William Pedersen
Moose Jaw City   John Wesley Corman
6296

Dempster Henry Ratcliffe Heming
5894 Category: Possible copyright violations ... William Patterson was a 19th century American politician. ... Cumberland is one of the 39 traditional counties of England. ... Gravelbourg is a small, historically francophone town found in south central Saskatchewan. ... Map sources for Hanley at grid reference SJ8847 Disambiguation: Hanley may refer to Hanley, Canada. ... Humboldt can refer to: Alexander von Humboldt, a German natural scientist Wilhelm von Humboldt (his brother), a linguist, philosopher, and diplomat Or any of the many things named for them: Named for Alexander von Humboldt Places in California, U.S. Humboldt Bay in California Humboldt County, California Humboldt Hill Humboldt... Last Mountain may mean: Last Mountain (Saskatchewan) in Canada Last Mountain (Georgia) in the U.S. This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title. ... Lumsden is a town in south central Saskatchewan, Canada, 31 km northwest of Regina. ... Lumsden is a town in south central Saskatchewan, Canada, 31 km northwest of Regina. ... Maple Creek can refer to: Maple Creek, Saskatchewan Maple Creek, a Canadian riding Maple Creek, Wisconsin Maple Creek crater This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title. ... Meadow Lake can refer to: Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan Meadow Lake, New Mexico This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title. ... Melfort is a small Canadian city in Saskatchewan, approximately 95 km (60 mi) southeast of Prince Albert. ... Melville can refer to: Places Melville, ancient Scots family Melville, Western Australia Melville, Saskatchewan Melville, Louisiana Melville, New York Melville, Rhode Island Melville, South Africa People Herman Melville, author Jean-Pierre Melville, director Rodney Melville, judge Things R/V Melville, oceanographic research vessel This is a disambiguation page — a navigational... A Spanish kilometre stone A milestone on the Boston Post Road in Harvard Square, Massachusetts, USA Slate milestone near Bangor, Wales A milestone or kilometre sign is one of a series of numbered markers placed along a road at regular intervals, typically at the side of the road or in...

William George Baker
2881

Harold Walpole Pope
2887

Russell Lawrence Brownridge
1271

Hugh Alexander Tiers
1036

Frank Ernest Talbot (SC)
249
  William Gladstone Ross

William George Baker

Moosomin David Alexander Cunningham
3324
  Arthur Thomas Procter
3865
  Arthur Thomas Procter
Morse   Sidney Merlin Spidell
2763
Arthur Thomas Procter
2122
Clifford Bruce Martin
725
  Benjamin Thomas Hyde
Notukeu-Willow Bunch   Niles Leonard Buchanan
4176
Charles William Johnson
2862
  Charles William Johnson
Pelly   Daniel Zederayko Daniels
3273
Reginald John Marsden Parker
2544
William Michael Berezowski (Lab Prog)
554
  Reginald John Marsden Parker
Prince Albert   Lachlan Fraser McIntosh
6178
Harold John Fraser
3617
Edgar Percy Woodman
655
  Harold John Fraser
Qu’Appelle-Wolseley   Warden Burgess
4339
Frederick Middleton Dundas
3314
William Herman Acres
938
  Frederick Middleton Dundas
Redberry   Dmytro Matthew Lazorko
2306
Wilfred James Langley
1285
Ernest Wilson
662
Peter John Semko
99
  Orest Zerebko
Regina City   Clarence Melvin Fines
14129

Charles Cromwell Williams
14784 Morse refers to many things: Morse code is a method of coding messages into long and short beeps, often transmitted using continuous wave Morse, the name for the large buckle on the Cope, one of the vestments of the Roman Catholic church. ... Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha Prince Albert piercing Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence Prince Albert of Monaco Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Prince Albert National Park, Canada Prince Albert in a Can This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same... For the Canadian city, see Regina, Saskatchewan. ...

Charles Roberts Davidson
10982

Bernard J. McDaniel
10551

Hugh McGillivray
3536

Claude Henry James Burrows
3114

  Bernard J. McDaniel
Rosetown   John Taylor Douglas
3168
William Leith
1864
John Wilbert Stewart
1046
  Neil McVicar
Rosthern Henry Begrand
1541
  Peter J. Hooge
2199
Gordon Ellis Goble
473
  John Michael Uhrich
Saltcoats   Joseph Lee Phelps
3461
Donald Alexander MacKenzie
2874
Rae Melville Salkeld
454
  Joseph Lee Phelps
Saskatoon City   John Henry Sturdy
9375

Arthur Thomas Stone
7792 Location Rosthern is a town at the juncture of Hwy #11 and Hwy #312 in Saskatchewan, Canada. ... Saltcoats is a small town located on the west coast of Ayrshire, Scotland. ... Saskatoon City was a federal electoral district represented in the Canadian House of Commons. ...

James Wilfred James Wilfred Estey
5084

Robert Mitford Pinder
3924

Rupert David Ramsay
5368

Henry Oswald Wright
3171

Frederick Nelson Clarke
797

Russell Hartney
200 John Harrison Hilton
121

  Robert Mitford Pinder

James Wilfred Estey

Shellbrook   Albert Victor Sterling
3310
Omer Demers
2177
  Omer Alphonse Demers
Souris-Estevan   Charles David Cuming
3933
Norman Leslie McLeod
2660
Herbert Samuel Penny
1259
  Norman Leslie McLeod
Swift Current   Harry Gibbs
4756
James Gordon Taggart
3123
Bryan Maxwell Hill
1021
  James Gordon Taggart
The Battlefords   Alexander Duff Connon
2783
Paul Prince
2426
Robert Wendell McNair
446
  Paul Prince
Tisdale   John Hewgill Brockelbank
5283
Clarence Railsback O’Connor
2269
Isaac Flexman Stothers
703
  John Hewgill Brockelbank
Torch River   John Bruce Harris
2609
Donald L. Menzies
846
Keith Acton Baldwin
535
  James Archibald Kiteley


Swift Current is a small city in the southwestern region of Saskatchewan, Canada. ... North Battleford is a small city in west central Saskatchewan, Canada. ... Tisdale is a business centre for the rich agricultural area of northeastern Saskatchewan in Canada. ...

Preceded by:
1938
Saskatchewan elections Followed by:
1948

Note: The Saskatchewan general election of 1938 was the ninth provincial election held in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. ... Saskatchewan is province in Canada. ... The Eleventh Provincial General Election in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan was held on June 24, 1948. ...


* Party did not nominate candidates in previous election.


Source: Elections Saskatchewan


See also

This article lists political parties in Canada. ...

External links

  • Saskatchewan's 1944 CCF Election

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