Manitoba Court of Appeal

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Current Justices

(Full complement of 8)[1]

# Name Appointed Nominated By Position Prior to Appointment Other Details
1 Chief Justice Richard J. F. Chartier November 22, 2006
March 8, 2013
Harper Justice of the Manitoba Court of Appeal
Provincial Court (August 16, 1993)
Published criminal decisions
2 Justice Holly C. Beard September 9, 2009 Harper Queen's Bench (November 27, 1992) Published criminal decisions
3 Justice Diana Cameron [2] November 2, 2012 Harper Queen's Bench (February 4, 2011)
Crown counsel, constitutional (2004 to 2011)
Crown attorney (1989 to 2004)
Called to bar (1989)
Published criminal decisions
4 Justice William Burnett [3] March 8, 2013 Harper Queen's Bench (February 4, 2011)
Thompson Dorfman Sweatman
Called to bar (1978)
Published criminal decisions
5 Justice Christopher J. Mainella[1] July 1, 2013 Harper Queen's Bench (October 5, 2012 to 2013)
PPSC (1995 to 2012)
Published criminal decisions
6 Justice Jennifer Ann Pfuetzner [4] June 26, 2015 Harper Queen's Bench (October 10, 2014)
Taylor McCaffrey LLP (2009 to 2015)
Dickson MacGregor Appell LLP (2002 to 2009)
BMO Nesbitt Burns (2001 to 2002)
Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP (1993 to 2000)
Called to bar (~1994)
Published criminal decisions
7 Justice Janice leMaistre [5] June 26, 2015 Harper Provincial Court (November 23, 2006)
Crown attorney (1992 to 2006)
Called to bar (1992)
Published criminal decisions
8 Justice Karen I. Simonsen [6] August 31, 2018 J. Trudeau Manitoba Queen's Bench (2004 to 2018)
Thompson Dorfman Sweatman
Called to bar (1982)
Published criminal decisions

Supernumerary

Name Appointed Nominated By Position Prior to Appointment Other Details
Justice Marc Monnin February 3, 2011 (Judge)
Sept 1, 2016 (sup.) [7]
Harper Chief Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench of Manitoba (March 26, 2003) Published criminal decisions
Justice Michel A. Monnin (Supernumerary)[2] July 26, 1995 Chretien Court of Queen's Bench of Manitoba (March 23, 1984)
Teffaine, Monnin, Hogue, Teillet & Sharp (1972 to 1984)
Called to bar (1970)
Published criminal decisions
Justice Freda M. Steel (Supernumerary)[3] [8] February 28, 2000 Chretien Court of Queen's Bench of Manitoba (October 3, 1995)
Called to bar (1976)
Published criminal decisions
Justice Barbara M. Hamilton (Supernumerary)[4] July 27, 2002 Chretien Court of Queen's Bench of Manitoba (July 26, 1995)
Aikins, MacAulay & Thorvaldson (1987 to 2002)
Scarth, Simonsen, Dooley, Olsen & Wiens (1980 to 1987)
Martens, Kripiakevich, Dennehy, Parfeniuk & Ernst (1977 to 1980)
Called to bar (1977)
Published criminal decisions
Justice Alan D. MacInnes (Supernumerary) June 22, 2007 Harper Court of Queen's Bench of Manitoba (November 27, 1992) Published criminal decisions

Past Justices

From 1995

Name Date of Appointment Nominated By Prior position(s) Other Details
Glenn D. Joyal March 2, 2007 Harper Court of Queen's Bench of Manitoba on July 10, 2007 Published criminal decisions
Martin H. Feedman [9] July 17, 2002 Published criminal decisions

Before 1995

Name Date of Appointment Nominated By Additional Information
Hector Mansfield Howell July 23, 1906 He was initially appointed as "Chief Justice Appeal". His title was changed to Chief Justice of Manitoba on November 15, 1909; he served in that position until April 7, 1918
William Egerton Perdue July 23, 1906 Chief Justice of Manitoba from May 25, 1918 until December 30, 1929
Frank Hedley Phippen July 23, 1906
Albert Elswood Richards July 23, 1906
John Donald Cameron April 27, 1909
Alexander Haggart April 3, 1912
Charles Perry Fullerton July 20, 1917
Robert Maxwell Dennistoun July 2, 1918 Robert Borden
Thomas Llewellyn Metcalfe October 3, 1921 William Lyon Mackenzie King
James Emile Pierre Prendergast May 1, 1922 William Lyon Mackenzie King Chief Justice of Manitoba from December 30, 1929 until March 18, 1944
Walter Harley Trueman April 14, 1923 William Lyon Mackenzie King
Hugh Amos Robson December 31, 1929 William Lyon Mackenzie King
Stephen Elswood Richards March 11, 1932 R. B. Bennett
Hjalmar August Bergman March 18, 1944 William Lyon Mackenzie King
Ewan Alexander McPherson March 15, 1944 William Lyon Mackenzie King Chief Justice of Manitoba from March 18, 1944 until November 18, 1954
James Bowes Coyne December 10, 1946 William Lyon Mackenzie King
Andrew Knox Dysart September 11, 1947 William Lyon Mackenzie King
John Evans Adamson January 30, 1948 William Lyon Mackenzie King Chief Justice of Manitoba from January 1955 until March 1, 1961
Percival John Montague February 1, 1951 Louis St. Laurent
Joseph Thomas Beaubien August 27, 1952 Louis St. Laurent
Ivan Schultz January 13, 1955 Louis St. Laurent
George Eric Tritschler April 18, 1957 Louis St. Laurent
Calvert Charlton Miller October 21, 1959 John Diefenbaker Appointed Chief Justice of Manitoba on March 1, 1961
Samuel Freedman March 10, 1960 John Diefenbaker Chief Justice of Manitoba from March 22, 1971 until 1983
Robert DuVal Guy March 1, 1961 John Diefenbaker
Alfred Maurice Monnin January 3, 1962 John Diefenbaker Chief Justice of Manitoba from April 16, 1983 until 1990
Charles Rhodes Smith November 22, 1966 Lester B Pearson Chief Justice of Manitoba from June 13, 1967 until 1971
Robert George Brian Dickson June 13, 1967 Lester B Pearson Later elevated to the Supreme Court of Canada, eventually serving as Chief Justice of Canada
Gordon Clarke Hall May 14, 1971 P. Trudeau
Roy Joseph Matas August 15, 1973 P. Trudeau
Joseph Francis O'Sullivan July 24, 1975 P. Trudeau
Charles Richard Huband February 20, 1979 P. Trudeau
Alan Reed Philp May 5, 1983 P. Trudeau
Archibald Kerr Twaddle August 22, 1985 Mulroney
Sterling Rufus Lyon December 19, 1986 Mulroney
Bonnie M. Helper June 30, 1989 Mulroney
Guy Joseph Kroft February 1, 1993 Mulroney

Chief Justices of Manitoba

Court of King's Bench (to 1906)
Name Term Notes
Alexander Morris July 1872–Dec 1872
Edmund Burke Wood 1874–1882
Lewis Wallbridge 1882–1887
Sir Thomas Wardlaw Taylor 1887–1899 Knighted in 1897 Diamond Jubilee Honours
Albert Clements Killam 1899–1903 to Supreme Court of Canada, 1903
Joseph Dubuc 1903–1909 Court of Appeal from 1906
Court of Appeal (from 1906)
Name Term Notes
Hector Mansfield Howell Nov 1909–Apr 1918
William Egerton Perdue 1918–1929
James Emile Pierre Prendergast Dec 1929–Mar 1944
Ewan Alexander McPherson Mar 1944–Nov 1954
John Evans Adamson Jan 1955–Mar 1961
Calvert Charlton Miller Mar 1961–Feb 1967
Samuel Freedman 1966–1967 Acting Chief Justice during Miller's illness
Charles Rhodes Smith June 1967–Mar 1971
Samuel Freedman Mar 1971–Apr 1983
Alfred Maurice Monnin Apr 1983–Jan 1990
Richard Jamieson Scott July 1990–Mar 2013 Appointed by Mulroney
Richard J. F. Chartier 2013–present

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