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Arthur Moren Boutillier

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Preceded by  new district
Role  Canadian Politician
Political party  Progressive
Succeeded by  Michael Luchkovich
Profession  farmer
Resigned  1926
Name  Arthur Boutillier

Arthur Moren Boutillier
Full Name  Arthur Moren Boutilier
Born  October 16, 1869 Halifax, Nova Scotia (1869-10-16)
Died  February 24, 1955, Edmonton, Canada
Party  Progressive Party of Canada

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.

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