The Canadian Press

1990-09-11 | Manitoba elxn

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Premier Gary Filmon and his Conservatives won a slim majority in the Manitoba election of September 11, 1990. The Tories took 30 seats, a gain of six. The NDP, led by Gary Doer, rose to official opposition status with 20 seats. Sharon Carstairs and the Liberals fell to seven from 21 seats. In his victory speech, Filmon turned the tables on a campaign slogan used by Carstairs.

Date: 1990-09-11
Placeline: WINNIPEG, Manitoba.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 19 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << I've heard throughout this campaign somebody say a Tory is a Tory is a tory well I majority it's a majority of the majority >>