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Steven Langdon


Steven Langdon

For the British Assyriologist, see Stephen Herbert Langdon.

Steven W. Langdon (born July 15, 1946) is a Canadian academic, politician, economist, and former parliamentarian.

Born in Stratford, Ontario, Langdon graduated from the University of Trinity College in the University of Toronto in 1969.[1] He was a candidate for the New Democratic Party on four occasions before being elected to the House of Commons from Essex in the 1984 election.

Langdon was re-elected in the 1988 election and stood as a left-wing candidate to succeed Ed Broadbent in the 1989 NDP leadership convention. He finished third.

He lost his seat in the 1993 election.


  1. ^ Trinity College list of distinguished alumni

External links

  • Parliament of Canada profile

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