Batoche (N.W.T. electoral district)
Batocheelectoral district of the North-West Territories
Batoche was a territorial electoral district in the Northwest Territories that existed from 1888 to 1905.wikipedia
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He beat opponent James Fisher 82 to 65 in a hotly contested vote to become the 1st member from the Batoche electoral district.
He was elected as the member for Batoche, Northwest Territories in the 1891 election for the Legislative Assembly of the Northwest Territories, actively supporting the Dominion government.
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Batoche was a territorial electoral district in the Northwest Territories that existed from 1888 to 1905.
See also Batoche (former electoral district) and Batoche (N.W.T. electoral district)
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18981898 election1898 general election
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18911891 election1891 North-West Territories general election
The electoral district was redistributed and split between the electoral districts of Batoche and Prince Albert.
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In 1888, Lieutenant Governor Joseph Royal presented Wilson with a petition against the controversial election of Hillyard Mitchell, member for Batoche, over opponent George L. Fisher.
Prior to the creation of the province, the riding existed as an electoral district of the North-West Territories.