Burrows - List of Provincial Representatives

List of Provincial Representatives

Name Party Took Office Left Office
John Hawryluk CCF 1958 1961
NDP 1961 1962
Mark Smerchanski Lib 1962 1966
Ben Hanuschak NDP 1966 1981
Independent 1981 1981
Prog 1981 1981
Conrad Santos NDP 1981 1988
William Chornopyski Lib 1988 1990
Doug Martindale NDP 1990 2011
Melanie Wight NDP 2011 present

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