Winnipeg (electoral district)

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Winnipeg was a federal electoral district in Manitoba, Canada, that was represented in the House of Commons of Canada from 1882 to 1917.

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This riding was created in 1882 from parts of Selkirk riding.

It was abolished in 1914 when it was redistributed into Winnipeg Centre, Winnipeg North and Winnipeg South ridings.

It consisted of the city of Winnipeg and the municipality of Fort Rouge.

Election results

1882 Canadian federal election
PartyCandidateVotes
Conservative SCOTT, Thomas 491
UnknownCONKLIN, E.G.385
UnknownSMITH, W.O.73
1887 Canadian federal election
PartyCandidateVotes
Conservative SCARTH, W.B. 1,754
Liberal SUTHERLAND, Hugh1,746
1891 Canadian federal election
PartyCandidateVotes
Liberal–Conservative MACDONALD, H.J. 2,131
Liberal CAMPBELL, Isaac1,622

By-election: On Mr. Macdonald's resignation, 4 May 1893

By-election on 2 November 1893
PartyCandidateVotes
Liberal MARTIN, Joseph acclaimed
1896 Canadian federal election
PartyCandidateVotes
Liberal–Conservative MACDONALD, Hon. Hugh J. 2,961
Liberal MARTIN, Joseph 2,835

By-election: On election being declared void, 29 March 1897

By-election on 27 April 1897
PartyCandidateVotes
Liberal JAMESON, Richard Willis 2,326
Conservative TAYLOR, E.L.1,209

By-election: On Mr. Jameson's death, 3 February 1899

By-election on 25 January 1900
PartyCandidateVotes
Labour PUTTEE, A.W. 2,431
Liberal MARTIN, E.D.2,423
1900 Canadian federal election
PartyCandidateVotes
 Independent LabourPUTTEE, Arthur W.3,441
Independent MARTIN, Ed. Daniel2,258
1904 Canadian federal election
PartyCandidateVotes
Liberal BOLE, D.W. 4,308
Conservative EVANS, W.S.4,032
Labour PUTTEE, Arthur W.1,290
1908 Canadian federal election
PartyCandidateVotes
Conservative HAGGART, Alexander 8,747
Liberal CAMERON, Douglas C.6,729
Socialist HOUSTON, John Donald1,977
1911 Canadian federal election
PartyCandidateVotes
Conservative HAGGART, Alexander12,754
Liberal ASHDOWN, James Henry8,049
Socialist RIGG, Richard Arthur 2,325

By-election: On Mr. Haggart's resignation, 11 October 1911

By-election on 27 October 1911
PartyCandidateVotes
Conservative ROGERS, Hon. R. acclaimed

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