Rod Sykes

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James Rodney Winter "Rod" Sykes (born May 19, 1929)[1] is a Canadian politician. He served as the 30th Mayor of Calgary from 1969 to 1977. He served as leader of the Alberta Social Credit Party from 1980 to 1982. Sykes quit as party leader in 1982, frustrated by Social Credit's internal and financial problems. He was born in Montreal, Quebec.

In 1984, he was nominated by Alan Clarke, Calgary East Federal Liberal Riding Association Vice President, to run for the Liberal Party for a seat in the House of Commons.[2]

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  2. Marshall, Andy (2016). Thin Power: How former Calgary Mayor Rod Sykes stamped his brand on the city . . . And scorched some sacred cows. FriesenPress. ASIN B01IQ54CUE.