Mike Landers

Mike Landers (born 27 April 1943 in Saint John, New Brunswick) was a Liberal party member of the House of Commons of Canada. He was a lawyer and addiction counsellor by career.

Mike Landers
Member of Parliament
for Saint John—Lancaster
In office
Preceded byThomas M. Bell
Succeeded byEric Ferguson
Member of Parliament
for Saint John
In office
Preceded byEric Ferguson
Succeeded byGerald Merrithew
Personal details
Born (1943-04-27) 27 April 1943 (age 77)
Saint John, New Brunswick
Political partyLiberal
ProfessionChemical dependency counsellor, lawyer

He won New Brunswick's Saint John—Lancaster electoral district in the 1974 federal election and served in the 30th Canadian Parliament. He lost the following election in 1979 to Eric Ferguson of the Progressive Conservative party, but regained the seat within months in the 1980 federal election.[citation needed]

Landers left politics after serving in the 30th and 32nd Canadian Parliaments and became a Commissioner with the Canadian Transport Commission from 1984 to 1987.[1]


  1. ^ Maser, Peter (4 August 1984). "Grit ridings in Atlantic provinces get special attention from Tories". Ottawa Citizen. p. 23. Retrieved 14 October 2010.

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