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Legislative Assembly of Manitoba
Type Unicameral
Houses Legislative Assembly
Speaker George Hickes, New Democratic Party
since November 8, 1999
Members 57
Meeting place
Legislative Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

The Legislative Assembly of Manitoba and the lieutenant governor form the Legislature of Manitoba, the legislative branch of government in the Canadian province of Manitoba. Fifty-seven members are elected to this assembly in provincial general elections, all in single-member constituencies with first-past-the-post voting. The Manitoba Legislative Building is located in central Winnipeg, at the meeting point of the Wolseley and Fort Rouge constituencies.

The current Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba is George Hickes of the New Democratic Party.

Current members

Member Party Riding
     Nancy Allan NDP St. Vital
     Rob Altemeyer NDP Wolseley
     Steve Ashton NDP Thompson
     Peter Bjornson NDP Gimli
     Sharon Blady NDP Kirkfield Park
     Bill Blaikie NDP Elmwood
     Rick Borotsik Progressive Conservative Brandon West
     Erna Braun NDP Rossmere
     Marilyn Brick NDP St. Norbert
     Stu Briese Progressive Conservative Ste. Rose
     Drew Caldwell NDP Brandon East
     David Chomiak NDP Kildonan
     Cliff Cullen Progressive Conservative Turtle Mountain
     Len Derkach Progressive Conservative Russell
     Gregory Dewar NDP Selkirk
     Myrna Driedger Progressive Conservative Charleswood
     Peter Dyck Progressive Conservative Pembina
     Ralph Eichler Progressive Conservative Lakeside
     David Faurschou Progressive Conservative Portage La Prairie
     Jon Gerrard Liberal River Heights
     Kelvin Goertzen Progressive Conservative Steinbach
     Cliff Graydon Progressive Conservative Emerson
     Gerald Hawranik Progressive Conservative Lac Du Bonnet
     George Hickes NDP Point Douglas
     Jennifer Howard NDP Fort Rouge
     Kerri Irvin-Ross NDP Fort Garry
     Gerard Jennissen NDP Flin Flon
     Bidhu Jha NDP Radisson
     Bonnie Korzeniowski NDP St. James
     Kevin Lamoureux Liberal Inkster
     Ron Lemieux NDP La Verendrye
     Gord Mackintosh NDP St. Johns
     Larry Maguire Progressive Conservative Arthur-Virden
     Flor Marcelino NDP Wellington
     Doug Martindale NDP Burrows
     Hugh McFadyen Progressive Conservative Fort Whyte
     Diane McGifford NDP Lord Roberts
     Christine Melnick NDP Riel
     Bonnie Mitchelson Progressive Conservative River East
     Tom Nevakshonoff NDP Interlake
     Theresa Oswald NDP Seine River
     Blaine Pedersen Progressive Conservative Carman
     Daryl Reid NDP Transcona
     Eric Robinson NDP Rupertsland
     Jim Rondeau NDP Assiniboia
     Leanne Rowat Progressive Conservative Minnedosa
     Mohinder Saran NDP The Maples
     Ron Schuler Progressive Conservative Springfield
     Erin Selby NDP Southdale
     Greg Selinger NDP St. Boniface
     Heather Stefanson Progressive Conservative Tuxedo
     Stan Struthers NDP Dauphin-Roblin
     Andrew Swan NDP Minto
     Mavis Taillieu Progressive Conservative Morris
     Frank Whitehead NDP The Pas
     Matt Wiebe NDP Concordia
     Rosann Wowchuk NDP Swan River
Accurate representation of the "U" shaped legislature

Seating Plan

Affiliation Members
     New Democratic Party 35
     Progressive Conservative 19
     Liberal Party 2
     Vacant 1
Total Seats 57
Government Majority 13

Changes since the 2007 election

  1. Jim Maloway, NDP MLA for Elmwood, resigned to run in the 2008 federal election on September 8, 2008.
  2. Oscar Lathlin, NDP MLA for The Pas, died on November 1, 2008.
  3. Bill Blaikie (NDP) was elected MLA for Elmwood in a by-election on March 24, 2009.
  4. Frank Whitehead (NDP) was elected MLA for The Pas in a by-election on March 24, 2009.
  5. Gary Doer, NDP MLA for Concordia and former Premier of Manitoba, resigned to become Canada's Ambassador to the United States on October 19, 2009.

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