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List of lieutenant governors of Manitoba

 

List of lieutenant governors of Manitoba

The following is a list of the Lieutenant Governors of Manitoba. Though the present day office of the lieutenant governor in Manitoba came into being only upon the province's entry into Canadian Confederation in 1870, the post is a continuation from the first governorship of the Northwest Territories in 1869.

Contents

  • Lieutenant Governors of Manitoba, 1870-present 1
  • See also 2
  • Notes 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Lieutenant Governors of Manitoba, 1870-present

# Image Name Governor from Governor until
Governors under Queen Victoria (1870 – 1901):
1. PC 1870 1872[n 1]
2. Alexander Morris PC 1872 1877
3. Joseph Édouard Cauchon PC 1877 1882
4. James Cox Aikins PC 1882 1888
5. John Christian Schultz 1888 1895
6. James Colebrooke Patterson PC 1895 1900
7. Sir KCMG 1900
Governors under Edward VII (1901 – 1910):
7. cont...
Governors under :(1910 – 1936)
7. cont... 1911
8. Sir Douglas Colin Cameron KCMG 1911 1916
9. Sir James Albert Manning Aikins 1916 1926
10. Theodore Arthur Burrows 1926 1929
11. James Duncan McGregor 1929 1934
12. William Johnston Tupper 1934
Governors under Edward VIII (1936):
12. cont...
Governors under :(1936 – 1952)
12. cont... 1940
13. Roland Fairbairn McWilliams 1940
Governors under Elizabeth II (1952 – present):
13. cont... 1953
14. John Stewart McDiarmid 1953 1960
15. Errick French Willis 1960 1965
16. Richard Spink Bowles 1965 1970
17. William John McKeag CM OM CD 1970 1976
18. Francis Lawrence Jobin 1976 1981
19.[† 1] Pearl Kathryne McGonigal CM OM 1981 1986
20. OC 1986 1993
21. Yvon Dumont OM 1993 1999
22. Peter Michael Liba CM OM 1999 2004
23. John Harvard PC OM 2004 2009
24. Philip S. Lee CM OM 2009 2015
25. Janice Clare Filmon CM OM 2015

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Notes

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