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October 16, 1869
Halifax, Nova Scotia (1869-10-16)
February 24, 1955, Edmonton, Canada
Progressive Party of Canada
Arthur Moren Boutillier Wikipedia
Arthur Moren Boutillier (October 16, 1869 – February 24, 1955) was a farmer and Canadian federal politician.
Boutillier was elected to the Canadian House of Commons under the Progressive banner. He defeated Liberal candidate Gorden Charles by a wide plurality. Boutillier did not run for re-election when Parliament dissolved in 1926.
Boutillier's son, Herbert R. Boutillier, was a Co-operative Commonwealth Federation candidate in the 1940 federal election. In 1955 he died in Edmonton, where he had moved after retiring in 1947.