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Manitoba general election, 1986



The Manitoba general election of 1986 was held to elect Members of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba of the Province of Manitoba, Canada. It was won by the New Democratic Party of Manitoba, which took 30 seats out of 57. The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba won 26 seats and formed the official opposition. The Manitoba Liberal Party, which had not been represented in the previous legislature, won one seat. See also: List of Manitoba general elections

Provincial results

Standings - seats Seats % of votes cast
New Democratic Party of Manitoba Howard Pawley Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba Gary Filmon Manitoba Liberal Party Sharon Carstairs Progressive Party of Manitoba (II) Sidney Green Confederation of Regions Party of Manitoba Dennis Heeney 0 Communist Party of Canada - Manitoba Paula Fletcher 0 Western Canada Concept Party of Manitoba Fred Cameron Libertarian Party of Manitoba Clancy Smith Independent n/a There was also one vacant seat when the election was called.

Riding-by-riding results

Party key:
(NDP): New Democratic Party of Manitoba
(PC): Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba
(L): Manitoba Liberal Party
(P): Progressive Party of Manitoba (II)
(Comm): Communist Party of Canada - Manitoba
(CoR): Confederation of Regions Party of Manitoba
(WCC): Western Canada Concept Party of Manitoba
(Lbt): Libertarian Party of Manitoba (The Libertarian Party nominated four candidates in this election. As the party was not officially recognized, they ran as independents. Two of these candidates were Clancy Smith (who was probably the partys leader) and C. Dennis Owens, the other two have not yet been identified.)
(Ind): Independent Riding results: Arthur (Manitoba riding):
(x)Jim Downey (PC) 4569
Peter Neufeld (CoR) 1198
Steve Bobiak (NDP) 1009
Moira Bonar (L) 701 Assiniboia (Manitoba riding):
(x)Ric Nordman (PC) 3813
Max Melnyk (NDP) 2195
Stan Blady (L) 1379 Brandon East (Manitoba riding):
(x)Leonard Evans (NDP) 4173
Jim Armstrong (PC) 3184
Eileen McFadden (L) 535 Brandon West (Manitoba riding):
James McCrae (PC) 5537
Arnold Gambo (NDP) 4128
Kerry Auriat (L) 760 Burrows (Manitoba riding):
(x)Conrad Santos (NDP) 3547
William searlass5f0Chornopyski (Ind) 1437
Nick Trusewych (PC) 950
Rory MacLeod (L) 587
Paula Fletcher (Comm) 131
Ted DuRussel (Ind) 36 Charleswood (Manitoba riding):
Jim Ernst (PC) 6524
Mike MacIsaac (NDP) 2826
Shari Nelson (L) 2211 Churchill (Manitoba riding):
(x)Jay Cowan (NDP) 2940
Walter Menard (PC) 857
Mildred Wilke (L) 203 Concordia (Manitoba riding):
Gary Doer (NDP) 4525
Brent Aubuertin (PC) 2684
Gail Stapon (L) 909
Fred Cameron (WCC) 204 Dauphin (Manitoba riding):
(x)John Plohman (NDP) 4886
Erv Tycholis (PC) 3121
Peter Rampton (L) 1341 Ellice (Manitoba riding):
Harvey Smith (politician) (NDP) 3989
Seech Gajadharsingh (PC) 1731
Ted Alcuitas (L) 929
Alex Arenson (P) 268 Elmwood royale36vw(Manitoba riding):
Jim Maloway (NDP) 3241
(x)Russell Doern (Ind) 2006
Ray Brunka (PC) 1435
Gilbert Benoit (L) 389 Emerson (Manitoba riding):
(x)Albert Driedger (PC) 4758
Ron Buzahora (NDP) 3780
Joe Antoshkiw (L) 656 Flin Flon (Manitoba riding):
(x)Jerry Storie (NDP) 3316
Mary Semaniuk (PC) 1072
J. Brian King (L) 384 Fort Garry (Manitoba riding):
(x)Charlie Birt (PC) 5146
Nora Losey (NDP) 3158
Ian Band (L) 2114
Ivan Merritt (WCC) 204 Fort Rouge (Manitoba riding):
(x)Roland Penner (NDP) 4223
Robert Haier (PC) 2590
Lionel Ditz (L) 1683
Clancy Smith (Ind Lbt) 101
Nigel Hanrahan (Comm) 46 Gimli (Manitoba riding):
(x)John Bucklaschuk (NDP) 4906
Ed Helwer (PC) 3955
Morley Murray (L) 649
Neil Knight (WCC) 141 Gladstone (electoral district):
(x)Charlotte Oleson (PC) 3402
Les Sendull (CoR) 1754
Edna Mattson (L) 879
Fred Tait (NDP) 872 Inkster (Manitoba riding):
(x)Don Scott (NDP) 5480
Bayani Morcilla (PC) 1726
Eric Hope (L) 938
Lester Landry (P) 256
Lajpat Sharma (Ind) 101
Cathy Plowman (Comm) 49 Interlake (Manitoba riding):
(x)Bill Uruski (NDP) 4634
Joe Schwartz (PC) 2181
Bob Lundale (L) 455
Dieter Wenzel (CoR) 289 Kildonan (Manitoba riding):
(x)Marty Dolin (NDP) 6199
Bev Rayburn (PC) 4210
Hy Berman (L) 1134
Ben Hanuschak (P) 459 Kirkfield Park (Manitoba riding):
(x)Gerrie Hammond (PC) 5497
Cliff Hodgins (NDP) 2191
Irene Friesen (L) 1932 Lac Du Bonnet (Manitoba riding):
Clarence Baker (NDP) 3903
Darren Praznik (PC) 3601
Jerry Fontaine (L) 959 Lakeside (Manitoba riding):
(x)Harry Enns (PC) 4303
Frieda Krpan (NDP) 2400
Hubert Good (CoR) 1052
Roger Chabot (L) 959 La Verendrye (Manitoba riding):
Helmut Pankratz (PC) 3618
Walter McDowell (NDP) 1768
Walter Hiebert (L) 734 Logan (Manitoba riding):
(x)Maureen Hemphill (NDP) 3765
Doris Perron (PC) 791
Kevin Lamoureux (L) 502
C. Dennis Owens (Ind Lbt) 94 Minnedosa (Manitoba riding):
(x)Dave Blake (PC) 3316
Gary Grant (NDP) 2369
Dennis Heeney (CoR) 1508
Steve Wilson (Manitoba politician) (L) 745 Morris (Manitoba riding):
(x)Clayton Manness (PC) 4378
Audreen Hourie (NDP) 1140
Calvin Knaggs (L) 847 Niakwa (Manitoba riding):
(x)Abe Kovnats (PC) 6437
Allan MacDonald (NDP) 4831
James Radford (L) 2300 Osborne (Manitoba riding):
(x)Muriel Smith (NDP) 4747
Jack McGuinness (PC) 2348
Chris Sturgeon (L) 1259
Alex MacKenzie (P) 217 Pembina (Manitoba riding):
(x)Don Orchard (PC) 5270
Abe Giesbrecht (CoR) 944
Edourd Hiebert (NDP) 913
Lynn Rempel (L) 849
John Brooks (P) 108 Portage La Prairie (Manitoba riding):
Ed Connery (PC) 3693
Bill Zettler (NDP) 1457
Georgina Cuthbert (CoR) 1074
Hugh Kennedy (Manitoba politician) (L) 968 Radisson (Manitoba riding):
(x)Gerard Lecuyer (NDP) 4810
Brian Benoit (PC) 2666
Allan Patterson (L) 1239
Herold Driedger (P) 240 Rhineland (Manitoba riding):
(x)Arnold Brown (Manitoba politician) (PC) 3037
Albert St. Hilaire (CoR) 1549
John Kuhl (L) 1329 Riel (Manitoba riding):
Gerry Ducharme (PC) 4479
(x)Doreen Dodick (NDP) 3710
Chris Sigurdson (L) 1133
Al Fostey (CoR) 187 River East (Manitoba riding):
Bonnie Mitchelson (PC) 6598
(x)Phil Eyler (NDP) 5848
Robert Shelton (Manitoba politician) (L) 696
Al MacDonald (CoR) 280
Katharina Cameron (WCC) 76 River Heights (Manitoba riding):
Sharon Carstairs (L) 4620
(x)Warren Steen (PC) 3135
Murray Smith (Manitoba politician) (NDP) 2516 Roblin-Russell (Manitoba riding):
Len Derkach (PC) 3241
Fred adobe acrobatEmbryk (NDP) 3203
Garry Gaber (L) 2065 Rossmere (Manitoba riding):
(x)Vic Schroeder (NDP) 4613
Harold Neufeld (PC) 4086
Cecilia Connelly (L) 1108 Rupertsland (Manitoba riding):
(x)Elijah Harper (NDP) 2302
Leonard McKay (PC) 931
Ed Price (L) 577 St. Boniface (Manitoba riding):
(x)Laurent Desjardins (NDP) 4978
Georges Bohemier (L) 1951
Wes Rowson (PC) 1114
James Jackson (Manitoba politician) (P) 149 St. James (Manitoba riding):
(x)Al Mackling (NDP) 4120
Eldon Ross (PC) 3965
Tom Thompson (Manitoba politician) (L) 922
Fred Debrecen (CoR) 175
Charles Lamont (P) 89
Merle Hartlin (WCC) 47 St. Johns (Manitoba riding):
Judy Wasylycia-Leis (NDP) 3753
John Baluta (PC) 1949
Joyce Popkes (L) 632
Cyril Fogel (P) 142
William Hawryluk (Ind) 115
Frank Goldspink (Comm) 65 St. Norbert (Manitoba riding):
(x)Gerry Mercier (PC) 5788
Ruth Pear (NDP) 2839
Mark O’Neill (L) 2784 St. Vital (Manitoba riding):
(x)Jim Walding (NDP) 4430
Paul Herriot (PC) 3872
Walter Pederson (L) 1472 Ste. Rose (Manitoba riding):
Glen Cummings (PC) 3735
Garry Anderson (NDP) 3020
Rafi Mohammed (L) 952
Dave Mutch (CoR) 454 Selkirk (Manitoba riding):
(x)Howard Pawley (NDP) 5135
Eugene Kinaschuk (PC) 3119
Gwen Charles (L) 1023
Raye Porhownik (P) 72 Seven Oaks (Manitoba riding):
(x)Eugene Kostyra (NDP) 5158
George Finkle (PC) 1841
Wayne Glowacki (L) 907
Harold Dyck acrobat distiller(Comm) 65 Springfield (Manitoba riding):
Gilles Roch (PC) 5094
(x)Andy Anstett (NDP) 5039
Laurie Evans (L) 1376 Sturgeon Creek (Manitoba riding):
(x)Frank Johnston (politician) (PC) 4994
Leslie Campbell (NDP) 2402
Robert Inman adobe acrobat 70(L) 1530
S. Dalgliesh (Ind) 126 Swan River (Manitoba riding):
Leonard Harapiak (NDP) 3773
(x)Doug Gourlay (PC) 3708
Donald Washenfelder (L) 399 The Pas (Manitoba riding):
(x)Harry Harapiak (NDP) 4051
Ernest Polsom (PC) 1088
Scott Gray (L) 789 Thompson (Manitoba riding):
(x)Steve Ashton (NDP) 3852
Ken Biglow (PC) 1498
George Printeau (L) 433 Transcona (Manitoba riding):
(x)Wilson Parasiuk (NDP) 4631
Earl Swayzie (PC) 1966
Bob Lee (Manitoba politician) (L) 1200 Turtle Mountain (Manitoba riding):
Denis Rocan (PC) 3390
Gordon Kennedy (NDP) 1353
Ross McMillan (L) free acrobat reader1242
Bob Yake (CoR) 1150 Tuxedo (Manitoba riding):
(x)Gary Filmon (PC) 5268
Jim Carr (L) 3544
Bill Armstrong (NDP) 1816
David Pearlman (P) 104 Virden (Manitoba riding):
Glen Findlay (PC) 4251
Phil Schwarz (NDP) 1750
Alex Gabrielle (CoR) 1497
Lyman Smith (L) 524 Wolseley (Manitoba riding):
(x)Myrna Phillips (NDP) 4099
John Campbell (Manitoba politician) (PC) 2218
Tom Harrison (L) 1132
Sidney Green (P) 347
Donald Oliver (CoR) 115
Barry Marchand (Ind) 60
post-election changes: Early in 1988, Laurent Desjardins announced adobe acrobat 70his retirement from acrobat readerthe legislature. Soon after this, NDP backbencher Jim Walding voted against his partys budget, causing the government to fall. Manitoba general election, 1981
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Bonnetsville, North Carolina



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Demographics

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Joe Menosky



Joe Menosky is the Star Trek writer credited with starting the trend of trying to work the number 47 (number) into every script. Menosky joined the writing staff for Season 4 of Star Trek: The Next Generation, and also wrote for several episodes for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager.

Next Generation Writing Credits

Includes collaborations with Brannon Braga and others.
Legacy
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Forest View, Illinois



Forest View is a blue-collar village located in Cook County, Illinois. As of the 2000 census, the village had a total population of 778. Its close to Chicago and has a large Slavs population. The village, however, is primarily industrial. Al Capone is said to have lived there in the mid-1920s.

Geography

Forest View is located at 41°4827 North, 87°4710 West (41.807379, -87.786065) GR 1. According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of 3.0 square kilometer (1.2 square mile). 2.7 km² (1.0 mi²) of it is land and 0.3 km² (0.1 mi²) of it is water. The total area is 11.11% water.

Demographics

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