Carolyne Alexandra Morrison (February 18, 1905 in Ridgeville, Manitoba – August 24, 1997) was a politician in Manitoba, Canada. She was a Progressive Conservative member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba from 1960 to 1969.
Morrison was educated at Emerson, Manitoba, and did teacher training in Brandon. She was a teacher and homemaker prior to her entry into politics. In 1938, she married Hugh Morrison, who was a member of the Manitoba Assembly from 1936 to 1957. She ran for election in the same constituency following the death of Maurice Ridley.
She was first elected to the legislature in a by-election on December 9, 1960, winning easy election in the rural, southern riding of Pembina. In the 1962 election, she defeated Liberal Charles Cousins by 211 votes. She won a greater margin victory in the 1966 election, and did not run in 1969. Morrison was never appointed to cabinet.
She was one of only two women in the Manitoba legislature during the 1960s (the other being fellow Progressive Conservative Thelma Forbes), and only the fifth woman ever elected to the legislature.
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