Kinistino (Saskatchewan provincial electoral district)

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Kinistino was a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. Located in north-central Saskatchewan, it was centred on the town of Kinistino. This constituency was one of 25 created for the 1st Saskatchewan general election in 1905.

Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan

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Dissolved and combined with the Melfort riding in 1971, the district was reconstituted before the 18th Saskatchewan general election in 1975. It was dissolved again in 1995 into Saskatchewan Rivers, Melfort-Tisdale, Humboldt and a small part to Prince Albert Carlton.

Melfort (provincial electoral district)

Melfort is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Canada. The city of Melfort is the largest centre in the constituency.

1971 Saskatchewan general election

The Saskatchewan general election of 1971 was the seventeenth provincial election in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It was held on June 23, 1971, to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan.

1975 Saskatchewan general election

The Saskatchewan general election of 1975 was the eighteenth provincial election held in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It was held on June 11, 1975, to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan. Blakeney and the NDP were re-elected to a majority government.

It is now part of the constituencies of Batoche, Melfort, and Saskatchewan Rivers.

Batoche (electoral district)

See also Batoche and Batoche

Saskatchewan Rivers

Saskatchewan Rivers is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Canada. This constituency is located where the North Saskatchewan River and the South Saskatchewan River merge.

Members of the Legislative Assembly

1905 – 1971

#MLAServedParty
    1. Thomas Sanderson 1905 – 1908 Liberal
 2. George Balfour Johnston 1908 – 1912 Provincial Rights
    3. Edward Devline 1912 – 1916 Liberal
    4. Charles Avery Dunning Nov. 1916 – 1917 Liberal
    5. John Richard P. Taylor 1917 – 1925 Liberal
    6. Charles McIntosh 1925 – 1933 Liberal
    7.John Richard P. TaylorJune 1933 – 1944 Liberal
    8. William J. Boyle 1944 – 1948 CCF
    9. William Woods 1948 – 1952 Liberal
    10. Henry Begrand 1952 – 1959 CCF
 11. Arthur Thibault June 1959 – 1971 CCF-NDP

1975 – 1995

#MLAServedParty
 1. Arthur Thibault 1975 – 1978 New Democrat
 2. Don Cody 1978 – 1982 New Democrat
 3. Bernard Boutin 1982 – 1986 Progressive Conservative
 4. Joe Saxinger 1986 – 1991 Progressive Conservative
 5. Armand Roy 1991 – 1995 New Democrat

Election results

1905 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
Liberal Thomas Sanderson 66252.08%
  Provincial Rights Alfred Schmitz Shadd60947.92%
Total1,271100.00%
1908 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
  Provincial Rights George Balfour Johnston 1,00052.97%+5.05
Liberal Thomas Sanderson 88847.03%-5.05
Total1,888100.00%
1912 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
Liberal Edward Devline 91467.60%+20.57
  Conservative G.N. Giles43832.40%-20.57
Total1,352100.00%
November 13, 1916 By-Election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
Liberal Charles Avery Dunning Acclaimed100.00%
TotalAcclamation
1917 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
Liberal John Richard P. Taylor 2,20671.97%-
  Conservative William M. Sproule85928.03%-
Total3,065100.00%
1921 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
Liberal John Richard P. Taylor 1,90252.32%-19.59
     Independent John McCloy1,73347.68%
Total3,635100.00%
1925 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
Liberal Charles McIntosh 2,26361.58%+9.26
Progressive John McCloy1,41238.42%-9.26
Total3,675100.00%
1929 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
Liberal Charles McIntosh 3,19357.49%-4.09
     Independent Silas W. Baker2,36142.51%-
Total5,554100.00%
May 22, 1933 By-Election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
Liberal John Richard P. Taylor 4,18665.93%
Government Charles McIntosh 2,16334.07%
Total6,349100.00%
1934 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
Liberal John Richard P. Taylor 2,77248.79%-17.14
     Farmer-Labour Palmer Grambo1,83532.30%
  Conservative R.E. Forbes1,07418.91%-15.16
Total5,681100.00%
1938 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
Liberal John Richard P. Taylor 2,86642.32%-6.47
Social Credit William H. Setka1,86427.53%
  CCF William J. Boyle 1,48221.88%-10.42
  Conservative Andrew Fraser5608.27%-10.64
Total6,772100.00%
1944 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
  CCF William J. Boyle 3,05557.97%+36.09
Liberal Russell M. Paul1,54429.30%-13.02
  Prog. Conservative Andrew Fraser67112.73%+4.46
Total5,270100.00%
1948 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
Liberal William Woods 3,08650.78%+21.48
  CCF William J. Boyle 2,99149.22%-8.75
Total6,077100.00%
1952 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
  CCF Henry Begrand 4,18658.67%+9.45
Liberal William Woods 2,94941.33%-9.45
Total7,135100.00%
1956 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
  CCF Henry Begrand 3,14745.58%-13.09
Social Credit Robert B. Rowed1,97628.62%-
Liberal John Mantyka1,78225.80%-15.53
Total6,905100.00%
June 3, 1959 By-Election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
  CCF Arthur Thibault 2,99047.89%+2.31
Liberal Albert M. Connor1,65626.53%+0.73
  Prog. Conservative Harvey Gjesdal1,59725.58%-
Total6,243100.00%
1960 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
  CCF Arthur Thibault 2,73142.17%-5.72
Liberal Albert M. Connor2,17933.64%+7.11
  Prog. Conservative Harvey Gjesdal99415.34%-10.24
Social Credit Harry P. Njaa5738.85%-
Total6,477100.00%
1964 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
  CCF Arthur Thibault 3,33451.62%+9.45
Liberal Michael A. Hnidy3,12548.38%+14.74
Total6,459100.00%
1967 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
  NDP Arthur Thibault 3,26054.48%+2.86
Liberal Lyle Rea2,72445.52%-2.86
Total5,984100.00%
1975 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
  NDP Arthur Thibault 3,21544.21%-
Liberal Ed Olchowy2,40033.00%-
  Progressive Conservative Tom Smith1,65722.79%-
Total7,272100.00%
1978 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
  NDP Donald Cody 4,04254.55%+10.34
  Progressive Conservative Louis A. Domotor2,66135.92%+13.13
Liberal Robert G. Michayluk7069.53%-23.47
Total7,409100.00%
1982 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
  Progressive Conservative Bernard Boutin 4,26651.57%+15.65
  NDP Donald Cody 3,75945.44%-9.11
Liberal Ed Olchowy2472.99%-6.54
Total8,272100.00%
1986 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
  Progressive Conservative Joe Saxinger 3,90049.11%-2.46
  NDP Don Cody 3,74847.20%+1.76
Liberal Ray L. Manegre2933.69%+0.70
Total7,941100.00%
1991 Saskatchewan general election: Kinistino electoral district
PartyCandidateVotes%±
  NDP Armand Roy 4,29850.32%+3.12
  Progressive Conservative Joe Saxinger 2,91834.16%-14.95
Liberal Frank Orosz1,32615.52%+11.83
Total8,542100.00%

See also

Kinistino – Northwest Territories territorial electoral district (1870–1905).

Kinistino was a former territorial electoral district in Northwest Territories, Canada. The electoral district was mandated to return a single member to the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories from its creation in 1888 until it was abolished when Alberta and Saskatchewan were created in 1905. The district was created as part of the North-West Representation Act when it passed through the Parliament of Canada in 1888.

Electoral district (Canada) federal or provincial electoral district in Canada

An electoral district in Canada, also known as a "constituency" or a "riding", is a geographical constituency upon which Canada's representative democracy is based. It is officially known in Canadian French as a circonscription, but frequently called a comté (county).

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Coordinates: 52°55′N105°20′W / 52.917°N 105.333°W / 52.917; -105.333