Dufferin (Manitoba provincial electoral district)

Dufferin is a former provincial electoral division in Manitoba, Canada. It was originally created in 1879 as two divisions, Dufferin North and Dufferin South. Dufferin was consolidated into a single constituency for the 1888 provincial election, but was eliminated with the 1892 election.

Dufferin returned to the electoral map for the 1903 election, and was eliminated through redistribution in 1969.

The constituency was represented for many years by Rodmond Roblin, who served as Premier of Manitoba from 1900 to 1915. Roblin's grandson, who also served as premier, was named "Dufferin".

Provincial representatives for Dufferin NorthEdit

  Name Party Took Office Left Office
     Andrew Laughlin
Opposition/Conservative 1879 1881
     David H. Wilson
Conservative 1881 1888
  Rodmond Roblin
Liberal 1888 1888

Provincial representatives for Dufferin SouthEdit

  Name Party Took Office Left Office
     William Winram
Liberal 1879 1888

Provincial representatives for DufferinEdit

  Name Party Took Office Left Office
  Rodmond Roblin
Liberal 1888 1889
    
Conservative 1889 1892
    
     Rodmond Roblin
Conservative 1903 1915
  Edward August
Liberal 1915 1922
  William Brown
Progressive 1922 1927
  John Munn
Progressive 1927 1932
 
Liberal–Progressive 1932 1941
     Earl Collins
Conservative (Coalition) 1941 1945
     Earl Collins
Independent (Coalition) 1945 1949
  Walter McDonald
Liberal–Progressive 1949 1959
  William Homer Hamilton
Progressive Conservative 1959 1969