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Charles Edward Hanna


Member of Parliament
for Hastings West
In office
November 1924 – September 1925
Preceded by Edward Guss Porter
Succeeded by riding dissolved

Born 17 May 1884(1884-05-17)
Belleville, Ontario
Died 10 October 1932 (aged 48)
Birth name Charles Edward Hanna
Political party Liberal
Profession merchant

Charles Edward Hanna (17 May 1884 – 10 October 1932) was a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was born in Belleville, Ontario and became a merchant.

Hanna was a municipal politician in Belleville, three years as an alderman and two years as mayor.

He was first elected to Parliament at the Hastings West riding in a by-election on 25 November 1924. After completing the remainder of the term of the 14th Canadian Parliament, Hanna sought re-election at Hastings South but was defeated by William Ernest Tummon of the Conservatives in the 1925 federal election. Hanna also made an unsuccessful campaign to unseat Tummon in the 1930 election.

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