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Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba

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The Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba is the presiding officer of the provincial legislature.

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List of Speakers of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba

  # Name Party Took Office Left Office
  1. Joseph Royal Conservative March 15, 1871 March 14, 1872
  2. Curtis Bird February 5, 1873 December 22, 1874
  3. Joseph Dubuc Conservative March 31, 1875 December 1878
  4. John Sifton Liberal February 1, 1879 December 1879
  5. Gilbert McMicken Liberal-Conservative January 21, 1880 December 1882
  6. Alexander Murray Liberal-Conservative April 17, 1883 December 1886
  7. David Glass April 14, 1887 June 1888
  8. William Winram Liberal August 28, 1888 February 25, 1891
  9. Samuel Jackson Liberal February 25, 1891 January 15, 1895
  10. Finlay Young Liberal February 14, 1895 December 1899
  11. William Hespeler Conservative March 29, 1900 December 1903
  12. James Johnson Conservative January 7, 1904 January 6, 1916
  13. James Baird Liberal January 6, 1916 January 24, 1922
  14. Philippe Adjutor Talbot Progressive January 18, 1923 1932
  Liberal-Progressive 1932 June 12, 1936
  15. Robert Hawkins Liberal-Progressive February 18, 1937 September 29, 1949
  16. Wallace Miller Independent Liberal-Progressive February 14, 1950 August 15, 1950
  17. Nicholas Bachynsky Liberal-Progressive November 7, 1950 April 30, 1958
  18. Abram Harrison Progressive Conservative October 23, 1958 February 27, 1963
  19. Thelma Forbes Progressive Conservative February 28, 1963 December 5, 1966
  20. James Bilton Progressive Conservative December 5, 1966 August 14, 1969
  21. Ben Hanuschak New Democrat August 14, 1969 August 20, 1970
  22. Peter Fox New Democrat August 7, 1971 November 24, 1977
  23. Harry Graham Progressive Conservative November 24, 1977 1981
  24. Jim Walding New Democrat February 25, 1982 February 11, 1986
  25. Myrna Phillips New Democrat May 8, 1986 March 9, 1988
  26. Denis Rocan Progressive Conservative July 21, 1988 May 22, 1995
  27. Louise Dacquay Progressive Conservative May 23, 1995 August 17, 1999
  28. George Hickes New Democrat November 18, 1999 October 20, 2011
  29. Daryl Reid New Democrat October 20, 2011 March 16, 2016
  30. Myrna Driedger Progressive Conservative May 18, 2016 present

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