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1935 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on January 1, 1935. James Simpson won a surprise victory in the mayoral campaign to become the first socialist candidate elected to the office.

By-elections to the 18th Canadian Parliament

By-elections to the 18th Canadian Parliament were held to fill vacancies in the House of Commons of Canada between the 1935 federal election and the 1940 federal election. The Liberal Party of Canada led a majority government for the 18th Canadia ...

1935 Hamilton, Ontario municipal election

The 1935 Hamilton municipal election was held on December 2, 1935 to select one Mayor, four Controllers, and sixteen members of the Hamilton, Ontario, City Council, two from each of the citys eight wards. Voters also cast ballots for trustees for ...

1936 Manitoba general election

The 1936 Manitoba general election was held July 27, 1936 to elect Members of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Manitoba, Canada. This is the second election in Manitoba after the formation of the liberal-Progressive Alliance in 1932. A ...

December 1936 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on December 7, 1936, after being moved up from the traditional New Years Day vote. William D. Robbins was easily elected mayor to his first full term in office.

January 1936 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on January 1, 1936. Sam McBride was elected mayor in a three-way race in which incumbent James Simpson finished third.

1937 Toronto municipal election

William D. Robbins had been appointed to the office of mayor a year and half previously. He was opposed by the much younger Controller Ralph Day. Day won by a significant margin, beating Robbins in all but two wards. Also running were fringe cand ...

1938 National Conservative leadership convention

A National Conservative leadership convention began on July 5, 1938, culminating in a leadership ballot on July 7. The Conservative Party of Canada chose Robert James Manion to succeed former Prime Minister R. B. Bennett as party leader.

1939 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on January 2, 1939. Incumbent Ralph Day was re-elected mayor over former lawyer Lewis Duncan.

1940 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on January 1, 1940. Incumbent Ralph Day was re-elected mayor. The election saw little change with all incumbent councillors and Board of Control members being reelected.

By-elections to the 19th Canadian Parliament

By-elections to the 19th Canadian Parliament were held to fill vacancies in the House of Commons of Canada between the 1940 federal election and the 1945 federal election. The Liberal Party of Canada led a majority government for the 19th Canadia ...

1941 Toronto municipal election

The mayoralty was open following the retirement of Ralph Day. Two members of the Board of Control sought the seat, Frederick J. Conboy and Douglas McNish with Conboy winning by a significant margin. Results Frederick J. Conboy - 55.677 Douglas Mc ...

1942 Progressive Conservative leadership convention

The 1942 Progressive Conservative Party leadership election was held to choose a leader to replace Arthur Meighen for the newly named Progressive Conservative Party of Canada.

1942 Toronto municipal election

For the second election in a row no one chose to run against incumbent Frederick J. Conboy and he was acclaimed as mayor. Results Frederick J. Conboy - acclaimed

1943 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on January 1, 1943. Incumbent Frederick J. Conboy was acclaimed as mayor. There was a very low voter turnout, but the election was a victory for the left as the Co-operative Commonwealth ...

1944 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on January 1, 1944. Incumbent Frederick J. Conboy defeated Controller Lewis Duncan. The election was a notable defeat for the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation as it lost all represent ...

1944 Hamilton, Ontario municipal election

The 1944 Hamilton municipal election was held on December 4, 1944 to select one Mayor, four Controllers, and sixteen members of the Hamilton, Ontario City Council. Voters also elected one member per-ward to the local Public School Board for a two ...

1945 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on January 1, 1945. Controller Robert Hood Saunders defeated incumbent Frederick J. Conboy to be elected mayor.

By-elections to the 20th Canadian Parliament

By-elections to the 20th Canadian Parliament were held to fill vacancies in the House of Commons of Canada between the 1945 federal election and the 1949 federal election. The Liberal Party of Canada led a working majority government for the 20th ...

1946 Toronto municipal election

One incumbent on the Board of Control lost, William J. Wadsworth. He was defeated by Alderman Bert McKellar. Communist Stewart Smith of the Labor-Progressive Party won the second position on the Board. Results Hiram E. McCallum incumbent - 42.126 ...

1946 Hamilton, Ontario municipal election

The 1946 Hamilton municipal election was held on December 9, 1946, to select one Mayor, four Controllers, and sixteen members of the Hamilton, Ontario City Council, as well as members of the local Board of Education. Held immediately following th ...

1947 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on January 1, 1947. With little serious opposition Robert Hood Saunders was re-elected as mayor. The election heavy defeat of the Communist labour-Progressive party faction in the city Co ...

1948 Progressive Conservative leadership convention

The 1948 Progressive Conservative leadership election was held to choose a leader for the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada. The convention was held at the Ottawa Coliseum in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Voting occurred on October 2, 1948. Pre ...

1948 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on January 1, 1948. Robert Hood Saunders was re-elected as mayor in an election that also saw no changes on the Board of Control or City Council.

1948 Liberal Party of Canada leadership election

The 1948 Liberal Party of Canada leadership election was called to replace retiring Liberal leader and sitting Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King. The convention was held exactly 29 years after the 1919 leadership convention that saw King ...

1949 Toronto municipal election

Mayor Robert Hood Saunders had resigned in 1948 and Controller McCallum was appointed to succeed him. McCallum faced only Trotskyist Ross Dowson in winning his first full term. Dowson won over 20% in his run, the best result the perennial candida ...

By-elections to the 21st Canadian Parliament

By-elections to the 21st Canadian Parliament were held to fill vacancies in the House of Commons of Canada between the 1949 federal election and the 1953 federal election. The Liberal Party of Canada led a majority government for the 21st Canadia ...

1951 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on December 3, 1951. Allan Lamport defeated incumbent Hiram E. McCallum in the mayoral election.

1952 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on December 1, 1952. Incumbent mayor Allan Lamport easily won against former alderman Nathan Phillips. There were two referendum question on the ballot. One called for the municipal condi ...

1953 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on December 7, 1953. Incumbent mayor Allan Lamport won an unexpectedly close race against school board trustee Arthur Young. This election was the first for councils in the municipality o ...

1954 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on December 6, 1954. Incumbent mayor Leslie Saunders was defeated by Nathan Phillips in a close contest.

By-elections to the 22nd Canadian Parliament

By-elections to the 22nd Canadian Parliament were held to fill vacancies in the House of Commons of Canada between the 1953 federal election and the 1957 federal election. The Liberal Party of Canada led a majority government for the 22nd Canadia ...

1955 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on December 5, 1955. Incumbent mayor Nathan Phillips, elected a year earlier, was easily reelected. Elections were held two referendums. One, which passed, to extend the municipal term of ...

1956 Ottawa municipal election

The city of Ottawa, Canada held municipal elections on December 3, 1956. Controller George Nelmes known as the mayor, the recent election in the history of the Ottawa Indians, where the mayoral candidate to run unopposed. Nelms was not the incumb ...

1956 Progressive Conservative leadership convention

The 1956 Progressive Conservative leadership election was held to choose a leader for the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada. The convention was held at the Ottawa Coliseum in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The convention began on December 13, 19 ...

1956 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on December 3, 1956. Incumbent mayor Nathan Phillips was easily reelected. Jean Newman became the first woman elected to the Board of Control, and topped the poll to become budget chief.

By-elections to the 23rd Canadian Parliament

By-elections to the 23rd Canadian Parliament were held to fill vacancies in the House of Commons of Canada between the 1957 federal election and the 1958 federal election. The Progressive Conservative Party of Canada led a minority government for ...

1958 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on December 1, 1958. Four year incumbent mayor Nathan Phillips won reelection against Controller Ford Brand, who was supported by the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation and Toronto Labo ...

By-elections to the 24th Canadian Parliament

By-elections to the 24th Canadian Parliament were held to fill vacancies in the House of Commons of Canada between the 1958 federal election and the 1962 federal election. The Progressive Conservative Party of Canada led a majority government for ...

1960 Ottawa municipal election

The city of Ottawa, Canada held municipal elections on December 5, 1960. Former mayor Charlotte Whitton returns to the mayoral chair, controller winner and football player Sam Berger.

1960 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on December 5, 1960. Six-year incumbent mayor Nathan Phillips was challenged by former mayor Allan Lamport and Controller Jean Newman. Phillips was returned to office. The city of Toronto ...

1961 New Democratic Party leadership election

The 1961 New Democratic Party founding convention was held in Ottawa from July 31 to August 4 to elect a leader of the New Democratic Party of Canada. This convention formally closed down the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation party, the New Pa ...

1962 Ottawa municipal election

The city of Ottawa, Canada held municipal elections on December 3, 1962. Charlotte Whitton was elected mayor, defeating former controller and football player Sam Berger in a re-match election of 1960.

1962 Toronto municipal election

Municipal elections were held in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on December 3, 1962. Incumbent mayor Nathan Phillips, then the longest-serving mayor in Toronto history, lost to Controller Donald Summerville by a significant margin. There were also two ...

By-election to the 25th Canadian Parliament

One by-election to the 25th Canadian Parliament was held to fill a vacancy in the House of Commons of Canada between the 1962 federal election and the 1963 federal election. The Progressive Conservative Party of Canada led a minority government f ...

1964 Ottawa municipal election

The city of Ottawa, Canada held municipal elections on December 7, 1964. Controller don Reid elected mayor, defeating incumbent mayor Charlotte Whitton, who placed third behind broadcaster Frank Ryan.

1964 Toronto municipal election

Philip Givens had become mayor in late 1963 after the unexpected death of Donald Dean Summerville. He had previously served many years on city council. He was opposed by Allan A. Lamport, a veteran politician who had served as mayor a decade earl ...

By-elections to the 26th Canadian Parliament

By-elections to the 26th Canadian Parliament were held to fill vacancies in the House of Commons of Canada between the 1963 federal election and the 1965 federal election. The Liberal Party of Canada led a minority government for the entirety of ...

1964 Ontario Liberal Party leadership election

The Ontario Liberal Party leadership election, 1964, held on September 17–19, 1964 elected Andy Thompson as the leader of the Ontario Liberal Party. Thompson replace John Wintermeyer who resigned after losing his seat in the 1963 provincial elect ...

1965 Sudbury municipal election

The 1965 Sudbury Municipal election was held on December 6, 1965. Max Silverman was elected Mayor of the City of Sudbury. Candidates elected to the Sudbury city Council was: