57 seats of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba
29 seats were needed for a majority
Map of Election Results
The 1962 Manitoba general election was held on December 16, 1962 to elect 57 members to the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba, Canada. It resulted in a majority victory for the incumbent Progressive Conservatives under the leadership of Premier Dufferin Roblin, securing a third term for the party.
Roblin's Tories won 36 seats versus 13 for the Liberals led by Gildas Molgat, 7 for the social democratic New Democrats led by Russell Paulley, and 1 seat for the Social Credit Party led by Jacob Froese.
The Communist Party ran two candidates, neither being successful.
|Party||Party leader||# of|
|Progressive Conservative||Dufferin Roblin||57||36||36||134,208||45.0%|
|New Democratic||Russell Paulley||40||10||7||47,304||15.8%|
|Social Credit||Jacob Froese||11||-||1||6,930||2.3%|
|Communist||William Cecil Ross||2||-||-||816||0.3%|
|Churchill|| Gordon Beard |
| Francis Jobin |
|Flin Flon|| Charles Witney |
|Rupertsland|| Joseph Jeannotte |
|The Pas|| John Carroll |
|Arthur|| J. Douglas Watt |
|J. Douglas Watt|
|Birtle-Russell|| Robert Smellie |
|Brandon|| Reginald Lissaman |
| Ed Schreyer |
| Leonard Barkman |
|Cypress|| Thelma Forbes |
|Dauphin|| Stewart McLean |
|Dufferin|| William Homer Hamilton |
|William Homer Hamilton|
| John Tanchak |
|Ethelbert Plains||James Crowe|
| Michael Hryhorczuk |
|A. Clifford Matthews|
|Fisher|| Emil Moeller |
| Peter Wagner |
|Gimli|| George Johnson |
| Nelson Shoemaker |
|Hamiota|| Barry Strickland |
|Lac du Bonnet|| Oscar Bjornson |
|Lakeside||John Frederick Bate|
| Douglas Campbell |
|La Verendrye||Rene Prefontaine|
| Albert Vielfaure |
|Minnedosa|| Walter Weir |
|Morris|| Harry Shewman |
| Wilbur Tinkler |
|Pembina|| Carolyne Morrison |
|Portage la Prairie|| John Christianson |
| Gordon Johnston |
| Jacob Froese |
|Roblin|| Keith Alexander |
|Rock Lake|| Abram Harrison |
|Rockwood-Iberville|| George Hutton |
|St. George||John Hjalmasson|
| Elman Guttormson |
|Ste. Rose||J.A. Fletcher|
| Gildas Molgat |
| Thomas P. Hillhouse |
|Thomas P. Hillhouse|
|Souris-Lansdowne|| Malcolm McKellar |
|Springfield|| Fred Klym |
| William Lucko |
|Swan River|| James Bilton |
|Albert H.C. Corbett|
|Turtle Mountain|| Peter J. McDonald |
| Edward Dow |
|Virden|| Donald McGregor |
|Assiniboia|| George Johnson |
| Stephen Patrick |
| Al Mackling |
| Mark Smerchanski |
| John Hawryluk |
|Andrew Bileski (Comm.)|
| John Kozoriz |
| Steve Peters |
|Fort Garry|| Sterling Lyon |
|Fort Rouge|| Gurney Evans |
| Morris Gray |
|Kildonan|| James Mills |
| A.J. Reid |
|John De Fehr (SC)|
| Lemuel Harris |
|Osborne|| Obie Baizley |
| Robert E. Moffat |
| Russell Paulley |
|River Heights|| Maitland Steinkopf |
|St. Boniface||Brunelle Leveille|
| Laurent Desjardins |
|St. James|| Douglas Stanes |
|St. Johns||M. Baryluk|
| Saul Cherniack |
|Saul Simkin (Comm.)|
F.P. Bashchak (Ind.-Lib.-Lab.)
Sam Bordman (Ind.)
|St. Matthews|| William Martin |
| Gordon Fines |
|St. Vital|| Fred Groves |
|Fred Brennan (Ind.)|
|Seven Oaks||Jack Chapman|
| Arthur E. Wright |
|Arthur E. Wright|
|Wellington|| Richard Seaborn |
| Lloyd Stinson |
|Winnipeg Centre|| James Cowan |
| Donovan Swailes |
|Wolseley|| Dufferin Roblin |
|Manitoba provincial by-election, September 30, 1964: River Heights |
Resignation of Maitland Steinkopf
|Progressive Conservative||Maitland Steinkopf||4,963||52.57||-3.57|
|Total valid votes||9,441||100|
|Progressive Conservative hold||Swing||−3.57|
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1959 Manitoba election
|List of Manitoba elections||Succeeded by|
1966 Manitoba election