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Charles Mickle

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Charles Julius Mickle (July 22, 1849 in Stratford, Canada West, now Ontario – November 10, 1919 in Minnedosa, Manitoba) was a politician in Manitoba, Canada. He was a provincial cabinet minister for three years and on two occasions served as the leader of the Liberal Party in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba.
Mickle trained as a lawyer and was admitted to the Ontario bar in 1872.  He practiced law in Ontario for ten years before moving to Manitoba.  He was first elected to the Manitoba legislature for the constituency of Birtle in the 1888 provincial election, as a supporter of Liberal Premier Thomas Greenway.  He was re-elected in the 1892 campaign and won by acclamation in 1896.In 1889, he married Mary A. Ross.In November 1896, Mickle entered Greenway's cabinet as Provincial Secretary.  He held this position until the resignation of the Greenway ministry in January 1900.  The Liberals had narrowly lost the election of 1899, although Mickle was re-elected in Birtle.Mickle was also one of only nine Liberals to be re-elected in the party's electoral debacle of 1903.  The party won only nine seats, but Mickle scored a surprisingly easy victory (584 votes to 293) over Conservative John Leich.  When Greenway re-entered federal politics in 1904, Mickle was chosen to replace him as parliamentary leader.Mickle served as the de facto party leader until March 28, 1906, when a provincial Liberal convention acclaimed Edward Brown for the position.  Brown was unable to win a seat in the election which followed, and Mickle was again chosen as parliamentary leader in January 1908.
He left politics in 1909, having been appointed a County Court Judge.
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Charles Mickle

Politician

  • Desc: Charles Julius Mickle was a politician in Manitoba, Canada. He was a provincial cabinet minister for three years and on two occasions served as the leader of the Liberal Party in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Mickle
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  • Result Score: 197.80

Dougald Lamont

Party leader of the Manitoba Liberal Party

  • Desc: Dougald Lamont is a Canadian politician, currently the leader of the Manitoba Liberal Party. He was elected the Member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba for St. Boniface in a by-election held on July 17, 2018.
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Charles Huband

Politician

  • Desc: Charles Huband was a Manitoba politician, who subsequently became a judge. He was the leader of the Manitoba Liberal Party between 1975 and 1978.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Huband
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  • Desc: Stuart Sinclair Garson, PC, CC, QC was a Canadian politician and lawyer. He served as the 12th Premier of Manitoba from 1943 to 1948, and later became a Federal cabinet minister.
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Manitoba politician

  • Desc: Edward Brown was a Manitoba politician. He served briefly as leader of the Manitoba Liberal Party, and was later a cabinet minister in Tobias Norris's government. Born in Gresham, Bruce County, Ontario, the son of Edward J. Brown, was educated in St. Catharines. In 1882, he began business as a merchant in Paisley. In 1888, Brown came to Portage la Prairie; he served as mayor there for six years. He married Esther Huston in 1893.
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  • Desc: Murdoch Mackay was a Manitoba politician. He led the Manitoba Liberal Party from 1931 to 1932, and brought the party into an alliance with John Bracken's Progressives. Mackay was born in Boularderie, Nova Scotia, the son of John Mackay and Anna MacAulay.
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1907 Manitoba general election

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American physician

  • Desc: Gladys Rowena Henry Dick was an American physician who co-developed an antitoxin and vaccine for scarlet fever with her husband, George F. Dick.
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1903 Manitoba general election

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Jon Gerrard

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  • Desc: Jon Gerrard PC MLA is a politician in Manitoba, Canada. He was a Member of Parliament from 1993 to 1997, and was a secretary of state in the government of Jean Chrétien.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jon_Gerrard
  • Type: Thing, Person
  • Result Score: 4.74
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