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Social Credit Candidates, 1953 Manitoba Provincial Election - Jemima F. Webster (Winnipeg South)
... Webster was a teacher, and a longtime advocate of social credit principles ... She had previously lived in Alberta, where the Social Credit Party had been in government since 1935 ... She received 566 votes (1.94%) on the first count, finishing ninth out of nine candidates ...
Manitoba Social Credit Party - World War II and Coalition
... The plan was approved by the other parties, and Social Credit joined the government in late 1940 ... Social Credit Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) Norman Turnbull was sworn in as a minister without portfolio on November 4, 1940, and served in this capacity until February 14, 1946 ... crossed the floor to sit as an Opposition Social Credit MLA and won the support of Alberta Socred Premier Ernest Manning as well as the Manitoba Social Credit League which officially expelled the four ...

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