Crescentwood


Crescentwood

Crescentwood is a former electoral division in the Canadian province of Manitoba. It was created in 1969, abolished in 1979, re-established in 1989, and abolished again in 1999.

The Crescentwood riding was located in Winnipeg's south-central region. After its abolition, most of the riding's territory was redistributed to Lord Roberts and Fort Garry.

List of provincial representatives

Name Party Took Office Left Office
Cy Gonick NDP 1969 1973
Harvey Patterson NDP 1973 1975
Warren Steen PC 1975 1981
Jim Carr Lib 1990 1992
Avis Gray Lib 1992 1995
Tim Sale NDP 1995 1999

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