Hamiota (electoral district)

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Hamiota is a former provincial electoral division in Manitoba, Canada. It was created by redistribution in 1903, and eliminated with the 1969 provincial election.

The constituency was located in the province's southwestern corner, and included the rural municipality of Hamiota. Both the town and the electoral division were named after Thomas Hamilton, an early explorer.

Provincial representatives[edit]

  Name Party Took Office Left Office
  David Jackson
Liberal 1903 1907
     William Ferguson
Conservative 1907 1914
  John Henry McConnell
Liberal 1914 1922
  Thomas Wolstenholme
Progressive 1922 1936
     Norman Turnbull
Social Credit 1936 1940
Social Credit (Coalition) 1940 1949
  Charles Shuttleworth
Liberal–Progressive 1949 1958
  Barry Strickland
Progressive Conservative 1958 1966
  Earl Dawson
Liberal 1966 1969