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History of Federal Ridings since 1867



REGINA CITY, Saskatchewan (1935 - 1968)


See:REGINA (Saskatchewan)(1908 - 1935)

S.C. 1933, c.54

REGINA CITY consisting of the city of Regina.

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
18 1935/10/14 MCNIVEN, Donald Alexander barrister  10,235 41.27% Lib 
TURNBULL, Franklin White barrister  7,986 32.20% Cons. 
MACLEAN, Hugh surgeon  4,706 18.98% CCF 
HINKSON, Ernest Wesley barrister  1,874 7.56% S.C. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
19 1940/03/26 MCNIVEN, Donald Alexander barrister  14,434 47.53% Lib 
MACPHERSON, Murdock Alexander barrister-at-law  12,475 41.08% Na Gov 
PROBE, John Oliver teacher  2,855 9.40% CCF 
GUEST, John Ivor clerk  602 1.98% Cons. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
20 1945/06/11 PROBE, John Oliver teacher  13,799 43.10% CCF 
SWEENEY, John Francis retired  10,804 33.74% Lib 
TAYLOR, Neil Joseph manager  6,973 21.78% P.C. 
THEODORE, Florence secretary  441 1.38% LPP 

S.C. 1947, c.71

REGINA CITY consisting of the city of Regina.

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
21 1949/06/27 MCCUSKER, Emmet Andrew physician  14,356 43.48% Lib 
PROBE, John O. teacher  14,194 42.99% CCF 
ACHESON, Robert Harper agent  4,060 12.30% P.C. 
BEECHING, William Charles organizer  409 1.24% LPP 

S.C. 1952, c.48

REGINA CITY consisting of the territory described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Campbell Street and the right-of-way of the Canadian National Railway; thence easterly along the right-of-way of said Canadian National Railway and McKinley Avenue to Park Street; thence south along Park Street and its production southerly to the production easterly of Twenty-fifth (25th) Avenue; thence westerly along the production of Twenty-fifth (25th) Avenue and Twenty-fifth (25th) Avenue to Campbell Street; thence northerly along Campbell Street and its production northerly to the right-of-way of the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence northwesterly following the westerly limit of the property of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to Dewdney Avenue; thence easterly along Dewdney Avenue to Campbell Street; thence north along Campbell Street to the point of commencement; together with that portion of section nine (9) in township seventeen (17) range nineteen (19) west of the second meridian lying north of Wascana Creek.

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
22 1953/08/10 ELLIS, Alfred Claude teacher  14,558 45.73% CCF 
MCCUSKER, Emmet Andrew physician  13,008 40.86% Lib 
MEARS, Cecil security officer  2,958 9.29% P.C. 
IANNONE, Bert Louis manager  1,014 3.19% S.C. 
BRUDY, Norman salesman  294 0.92% LPP 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
23 1957/06/10 ELLIS, Alfred Claude teacher  14,561 35.68% CCF 
MCCUSKER, Emmet Andrew physician  12,456 30.52% Lib 
MORE, Kenneth Hamill secretary treasurer  10,504 25.74% P.C. 
PURDY, Ralph advertising manager  2,958 7.25% S.C. 
BEECHING, William Charles organizer  212 0.52% LPP 
BALL, John Bernard cartage agent  122 0.30% NCC 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
24 1958/03/31 MORE, Kenneth Hamill clothier  24,424 54.37% P.C. 
ELLIS, Claude teacher  12,391 27.58% CCF 
MACDONALD, Raymond Alexander barrister  7,844 17.46% Lib 
BEECHING, William C. organizer  262 0.58% LPP 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
25 1962/06/18 MORE, Ken businessman  22,164 50.36% P.C. 
DOUGLAS, T.C. political leader  12,736 28.94% N.D.P. 
JOHNSON, Frederick William barrister  7,529 17.11% Lib 
BOEHME, Arthur F. contractor  1,583 3.60% S.C. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
26 1963/04/08 MORE, Ken businessman  19,605 46.15% P.C. 
YOUNG, Joseph A. manager  12,234 28.80% Lib 
ELLIS, Claude teacher  9,016 21.22% N.D.P. 
BOEHME, Arthur F. contractor  1,360 3.20% S.C. 
MILLER, Frederick Allan sales manager  135 0.32% Ind. 
BEECHING, William C. organizer  129 0.30% Comm. 

Parl Date Candidate Occupation Votes Votes (%) Party Elected
27 1965/11/08 MORE, Ken manager  15,437 40.29% P.C. 
YOUNG, Joseph A. comptroller  11,018 28.76% Lib 
BURTON, John economist  10,955 28.60% N.D.P. 
GIETZ, Thora housewife  721 1.88% S.C. 
BEECHING, William C. organizer  179 0.47% Comm. 

The electoral district was abolished in 1968.


See:REGINA EAST (Saskatchewan)(1968 - 1979)
REGINA--LAKE CENTRE (Saskatchewan)(1968 - 1979)


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