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THE SEARCH FOR THE GREATEST MANITOBAN - THE TOP 50

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1. Chief Peguis

2. Louis Riel

3. Nellie McClung

4. Duff Roblin

5. Dr. Naranjan Dhalla

6. Harry Lehotsky

7. Terry Fox

8. Tommy Prince

9. Cindy Klassen

10. Ed Schreyer

11. Tom Lamb

12. Tommy Douglas

13. Stanley Knowles

14. Israel Asper

15. Sir William Stephenson

16. Frank L. Skinner

17. Dr. John Bowman

18. Anne Ross

19. The Guess Who

20. Fred Penner

21. Dr. Alan Ronald

22. James A. Richardson

23. Lloyd Axworthy

24. Elijah Harper

25. Phil Fontaine

26. Steve Juba

27. Dr. Bruce Chown

28. Guy Maddin

29. J.S. Woodsworth

30. Leo Mol

31. Margaret Laurence

32. Big Bear

33. Tom Jackson

34. Baldur Rosmund Stefansson

35. Dr. Frank H. Gunston

36. Louis Slotin

37. Kathleen Richardson

38. Gabrielle Roy

39. E. Cora Hind

40. Lord Selkirk

41. Etienne Gaboury (architect)

42. Carol Shields

43. Gail Asper

44. Arnold Spohr

45. Henry Friesen

46. Harold Buchwald

47. Randall Moffat

48. John Hirsch

49. Marshall McLuhan

50. John Wesley Dafoe

(Ranked by vote totals as of Friday, June 27, at 10 a.m.)

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition June 28, 2008 $sourceSection$sourcePage

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