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Canadian Cataloguing in Publication Data 

Forman, Debra, 1956- 

Legislators and legislatures of Ontario 

Contents: v. 1. 1792-1866. - v. 2. 1867-1929. ~ v. 3. 1930-1984. - v. 4. 1984-1991. 

ISBN 0-7743-9021-2 (set). - 0-7743-9022-0 (v. 1). - 0-7743-9023-9 (v. 2). - 0-7743- 
9024-7 (v. 3). - 0-7729-9328-9 (v. 4). 

1. Ontario. Legislative Assembly-History. 2. Ontario-Politics and government. 3. 
Legislators-Ontario-History. I. Ontario. Legislative Library. II. Title. 

JL273.F6 1984 328.713'09 84-093008-9 



Contents 



Foreword v 

Introduction vii 

Errata viii 

General Elections 1984-1991 1 

Presidentsof the Executive Council 1984-1991 2 

Alphabetical Index of Members 1792- 1991 3-27 

Executive CouncUs of Ontario 1 984- 1 99 1 29-5 1 

Death Notices Former Ontario MPPs 1984-1991 53-54 

32nd Legislature 55-87 

33rd Legislature 88-109 

34th Legislature 110-181 

35th Legislature 182-201 



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IV 



Foreword 



Approximately 5,200 men and women have served as Members of the House of Assembly of the 
Province of Upper Canada (1792-1841), as Members from Canada West in the Legislative 
Assembly of the united Province of Canada (1841-1867), and as Members of the legislative 
Assembly of the Province of Ontario (1867-1991). In the past, identification or verification of a 
particular Member, Legislature or Electoral District has proved to be a tedious and time-consuming 
task for those researching Ontario's political history because the information is scattered in a great 
many sources. 

It was to facilitate such research that Legislators and Legislatures of Ontario covering the years from 
1792 to 1984 was published in three volumes by the Ontario Legislative Library in 1984 as its 
contribution to the Bicentennial of Ontario celebrated that year. 

This volume covers the years from 1984 to 1991 and provides a cumulative index to all four 
volumes of Legislators and Legislatures of Ontario. It is one of several publications issued by the 
Legislative Library to mark the 200th anniversary of the first session of the first Parliament of 
Upper Canada which took place at Newaric (now Niagara-on-the-Lake) 17 September 1792. 

The first three volumes of this reference work were compiled and edited by Debra Fonman, then a 
reference librarian on the staff of the Legislative Library. The Library is fortunate to have been able 
to commission Ms Forman, now International Business and Trade Law Librarian at the Faculty of 
Law of the University of Toronto, to compile and edit Volume 4. The information she collected for 
this reference work is the result of much intensive and painstaking research. This wQik will fill a 
long-felt need in the reference collections of politicians, political scientists, historians, teachers, 
librarians and others who have occasion to research the legislative history of Ontario. 



Brian Land 
Executive Director 
Ontario Legislative Library 



VI 



Introduction 



Volume 4 of Legislators and Legislatures of Ontario is a continuation of Ontario's legislative history 
for the years 1984 through 1991. Volume 3 ended with Uie Third Session of the 32nd Legislature. 
The Fourth Session of the 32nd Legislature leads off this present volume and is joined by the 33rd, 
34th and First Session of tiie 35Ui Legislatures. 

Generally speaking, the format of the preceding three volumes has been carried over into Volume 4, 
with some additions and, it is hoped, some improvements. Firstly, the main body of text is once 
again divided into two lists, die Alphabetical List of Members and the Alphabetical List of 
Constituencies. Both lists provide the name, constituency, and party of each MPP. In 
Volume 4, in an attempt to avoid duplication, legislative data has been restiicted to die Members list 
and electoral district information has been included in die Constituency list; tiiat is, die Members list 
provides legislative data while the Constituency list includes changes in the Representation Act The 
only data that is replicated in bofli lists relates to Party leaders. Speakers, resignations and deaths. 

The Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 - 1984 has been extended to 1991 as was tiie Alphabetical 
Index of Electoral Districts. This was done to provide researchers with a complete listing of MPPs 
for all four volumes. All other lists cover the years 1984- 1991 . 

Preceding each Legislature is a page of brief facts focusing on tiiat Legislature's key events. 

A list of deaUi notices for former MPPs who died during the years 1984 through 199 1 has also 
been included. When deatii dates were unavailable, a reference to \he Journals of the Legislative 
Assembly of Ontario is provided. 

I would like to thank die staff of die Ontario Legislative Library for tiieir support and kind 
assistance in this project. I am also grateful to Maureen Henry, Mariene MacKinnon, Rick 
McLaughlin, Dasha Pohoral and Vicki Whitmell for tiieir generous technical support. Lastiy, I 
would like to thank my family for tiieir love and patience. They endured. 



Debra Forman 
Toronto 



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Errata Volumes 1-3 



Volumes 1-3 



Ontario's Political Parties 

La Labour (code omitted in Lists of Parties) 



Volume 1 

Alphabetical Index of Members - 1792 - 1984 

David Robert Peterson (not Robertson) 

Gordon Elsworth Smith 28th-3 1 st (not 2 1 st) 



Volume 3 

29th Legislature - Alphabetical List of Members 

Lome Howard Maeck PC (not NDP) 
Elie Walter Maitel NDP (not PC) 

30th - 32nd Legislatures 

David Robert Peterson (not Robertson) 



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General Elections 1984 - 1991 



General Election Legislature 



March 19, 1981 32nd 

May 2, 1985 33ni 

September 10, 1987 34th 

September 6, 1990 35th 



Session Dates of the Legislative Assembly 1984 - 1991 
Legislature Opening Prorogation Dissolution 



32nd April 21, 1981 December 14, 1984 March 25, 1985 

33nl June 4, 1985 June 29, 1987 July 31, 1987 

34th November 3, 1987 June 28, 1990 July 30, 1990 

35th November 19, 1990 



Speakers of the Legislative Assembly 1984 - 1991 
Speaker Legislature 



Hon. John Melville Turner 32nd 

Hon. Hugh Alden Edighoffer 33id 

Hon. Hugh Alden Edighoffer 34th 

Hon. David Warner * 35th 

* The first Ontario Speaker to be elected by the House. 



Lieutenant Governors of Ontario 1984 - 1991 
Lieutenant Governor Legislature Dates 



Hon. John Black Aird 31st-33rd September 15, 1980 - September 20, 1985 

Hon. Lincoln M. Alexander 33rd-35th September 20, 1985 - December 1 1, 1991 

Hon. Henry N. R. Jackman 35th- December 11, 1991- 



Presidents of the Executive Council 1984 - 1991 



President 



Legislature 



Year 



Hon. William Grenville Davis 
Hon. Frank Stuart Miller 
Hon. David Robert Peterson 
Hon. Robert Keith Rae 



28th-32nd 
32nd-33rd 
33rd-34th 
35th 



1971-1985 
1985 

1985-1990 
1990- 



Clerks of the Legislative Assembly 1984 -1991 



Clerk 



Year 



Roderick Gilmour Lewis 
Claude L. DesRosiers 



January 1, 1955 - October 8, 1986 
October 1, 1986 - 



Sergeants-at-Arms 1984 - 1991 



Sergeant-at-Arms 



Year 



Thomas S telling 



1976 



Legislative Librarians 1984 - 1991 



Legislative Librarian 



Year 



R. Brian Land 



1978 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 - 1991 



Members 


Legislature 


Members 


Legislature 


Abel, Don 


35th 


Avery, Frederick Harold 


19th 


Acres, Adam Holland 


16th-22nd 


Awrey, Nicholas 


4th-8th 


Adams, Gideon 


6UC 


Aylsworth, Bowen Ebenezer 


9th 


Adams, Peter 


34th 






Ahrens, Alfred Emanuel 


7th 






Aikens, James C. 


5CW-6CW 


Baby, Francis 


lUC; 8UC-10UC 


Aikman, Michael 


13UC 


Baby, Jean Baptiste 


5UC 


Akande, 2^ana L. 


35th 


Badgerow, George Washington 


4th-5th 


Allan, Absalom Shade 


6th-7th 


Baetz, Reuben Conrad 


31st-33id 


Allan, Charles 


6CW 


Bain, Robert 


30th 


Allan, James Noble 


24th-29th 


Baird, William Alexander 


17th-20th 


Allan, John 


14th 


Baker, Adam Jacob 


3rd-4th 


Allan, John Pearman 


22nd 


Baker, Morgan 


19th-20th 


Allcock, Henry 


3UC 


Baldwin, Robert 


lOUC; 1CW-3CW 


Allen, Harry Marshall 


22nd-26th 


Baldwin, William Warren 


8UC; lOUC 


Allen, Richard 


32nd-35th 


Bales, Dalton Arthur 


27th-29th 


Allen, Robert Aloysius 


19th 


Balfour, William Douglas 


4th-8th 


Allen, William John 


9th 


Ball, Herbert Henry 


17th 


Allen, William Torrance 


14th-15th 


Ballantyne, James Simpson 


19th-20th 


Alles, Arthur "Nelson" 


21st 


Ballantyne, Thomas 


3rd-7th 


Alway, Robert 


12UC-13UC 


Ballinger, WiUiam George 


34th 


Anderson, Charles N. 


12th-13th 


Barber, John Roaf 


9th-10th 


Anderson, Edward James 


19th-20th 


Barber, William 


lst-3rd 


Anderson, Garfield 


21st-22nd 


Barlow, William Walter 


32nd-33rd 


Anderson, James Alexander 


18th 


Barr, Henry 


7th-8th 


Anderson, John George 


13th 


Barr, John 


3rd-4th; 7th; 9th- 


Anderson, William 


1st 




10th 


Anderson, William Jr. 


7CW 


Baskerville, Patrick 


4th-5th 


Anderson, William A. 


lOth-llth 


Baxter, Jacob 


lst-8th 


Anderson, William Alfred 


17th 


Baxter, John E)onald 


23rd 


Andrewes, Philip W. 


32nd-33rd 


Baxter, Robert Andrew 


18th 


Angus, Iain Frances 


30th 


Beardsley, Bartholemew C, 


9UC; llUC 


Appleby, Nathaniel Stephen 


3rd-4th 


Beasley, Richard 


2UC-3UC; 5UC; 


Apps, Charles Joseph 






9UC 


Sylvanus "Syl" 


27th-29th 


Beatty, Walter 


8th-10th 


Ardagh, William Davis 


2nd 


Beatty, William 


1st 


Armstrong, Adolphus 


16th 


Beatty, William Rabb 


8th-9th 


Armstrong, James Rogers 


13UC 


Beck, Adam 


10th-14th; 16th 


Armstrong, Samuel 


6th 


Beckett, Hollis Edward 


24th-27th 


Armstrong, Samuel Henry 


13th-14th 


Beckett, Richard B. 


29th 


Amott, Richard Duke 


20th-21st 


Beech, William George 


24th 


Amott, Ted 


35th 


Beer, Charles John Mc Waters 


34th-35th 


Ashe, George Lyle 


31st-33rd 


Begin, Rom6o 


20th-22nd 


Asmussen, Nicholas 


15th; 19lh 


Beikie, John 


6UC 


Atkinson, James 


9UC 


B61anger, Aurflien 


16th-17th; 19th- 


Atkinson, Thomas Robert 


11th; 13th-14th 




22nd 


Aubin, Albert Zenophile 


18th 


Belanger, Joseph "Albert" 


28th-31st 


Aubin, Azaire Adulphe 


llth-12th 


Belanger, Maurice Lucien 


26th-27th 


Auld, James Alexander Charles 


24th-31st 


Belford, James Franklin Beatty 


16th 


Auld, John Allan 


8th-llth 


Belisle, Rheal 


25th-26th 


Ault, Samuel 


7CW-8CW 


Bell, Robert 


3CW; 5CW-8CW 


1UC.13UC = Upper Canada 


1CW-8CW = 


: Canada West 


lst-35th = Ontario 



Members 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 • 1991 (Continued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



Bell. Robert 
Bell, Thomas Hamilton 
Ben, George 
Benjamin, George 
Bennett, Qaude Frederick 
Bennett, George 
Bennett, John 
Bennewies, John 
Berczy, William 
Bemier, Leo Edward 
Berry, Richard Nixon 
Bethune, Donald 
Bethune, George Henry 
Bethune, James 
Bettes, James Whitney 
Bidwell, Barnabas 
Bidwell, Marshall Spring 
Bigelow, Nelson Gordon 
Biggar, Herbert 
Biggar, James Lyons 
Biggar, John Walter Scott 
Biggar, William Hodgins 
Biggs, Frank Campbell 
Birch, Margaret 
Birkett, Thomas Miles 
Bishop, Archibald 
Bisson, Gilles 
Black, Ken 
Black, William David 
Blacklock, Ambrose 
Blackwell, Leslie Egerton 
Blake, Edward 
Blake, William Hume 
Blakelock, Thomas Ashton 
Blanchard, James 
Blezard, Thomas 
Blundy, Paul Douglas 
Blyth, John 
Bockus, Charles 
Bolan, Michael George 
Bolton, Kenneth Charles 
Bonfield, James 
Bonis, David 
Booth, Joshua 
Bossey, Maurice Louis 
Bostwick, John 
Boswell, George Morss 
Boudria, Don 
Boultbee, Alfred 
Boulter, George Henry 
Boulton, D'Arcy 
Boulton, D'Arcy Edward 
Boulton, George Strange 
Boulton, Henry John 
Boulton, William Henry 



3rd-4th 

18th 

27th-28th 

5CW-7CW 

29th-33rd 

21st 

8th 

13th-14th 

lOUC-llUC 

27th-33rd 

16th; 18th 

lOUC 

19th-20th 

2nd-3rd 

4th 

8UC 

9UC-12UC 

7th 

5CW-6CW 

7CW-8CW 

6th 

7th-8th 

15th-16th 

29th-32nd 

17th 

2nd-7th 

35th 

34th 

13th-20th 

lOUC 

21st-23rd 

lst-2nd 

3CW 

18th-20th 

18th 

4th-9th 

31st 

5th-6th 

13UC 

31st 

28th 

3rd-4th 

18th 

lUC 

33rd-34th 

8UC 

ICW 

32nd 

2nd 

lst-4th 

4UC 

2nd-3rd 

9UC; 11UC-13UC 

llUC; 1CW;3CW 

2CW-4CW 



BounseU, Edwin James 'Ted" 

Bowerman, Thomas Gilmore 

Bowes, John George 

Bowman, Beniah 

Bowman, Charles Martin 

Bowman, Isaac Erb 

Bown, John Young 

Bowyer, Philip Henry 

Boyd, George Milward 

Boyd, James P. 

Boyd, Marion 

Boyer, Robert James 

Brackin, Robert Livingstone 

Bradbum, Thomas Evans 

Bradbum, William Herbert 

Bradley, James Joseph 

Bradley, John Courtland 

Bragg, William John 

Braithwaite, Leonard A. 

Brandon, WiUiam "Elmer" 

Brandt, Andrew S. 

Brant, John 

Breaugh, Michael James 

Breithaupt, James Roos 

Breithaupt, Louis Jacob 

Brereton, Charles Herbert 

Brewster, Willoughby Staples 

Bridgland, Samuel 

Broder, Andrew 

Bronson, Erskine Henry 

Brouse, George 

Brower, Charies Andrew 

Brown, George 

Brown, Howard Elis 

Brown, James C. 

Brown, John 

Brown, John 

Brown, John George 

Brown, John L. 

Brown, Keith Roy 

Brown, Michael Arthur 

Brown, Nicholas Wood 

Brownell, John 

Brownridge, Fergus Beck 

Bruce, William 

Brunelle, Rene Joseph Napol6on 

Bryden, Kenneth 

Bryden, Marion Helen 

Buchanan, Elmer 

Buchanan, Isaac 

Buckland, Caleb Henry 

BueU. William Jr. 

BueU, WiUiam Sr. 

Bukator, George 

Bullbrook, James Edward 



29th-31st 

19th 

5CW 

14th-16th 

9th-14th 

8CW 

7CW-8CW 

llth-12th 

9th 

1st 

35th 

25th-28th 

15th-16th 

llth-12th 

16th-17th 

31st-35th 

19th-20th 

15th-19th 

27th-29th 

24th-25th 

32nd-34th 

llUC 

30th-34th 

28th-32nd 

9th 

4th-5th 

12th-13th 

9th-10th 

3rd-5th 

6th-8th 

lOUC 

8th-14th 

4CW-8CW 

21st 

15th 

11UC-12UC 

9th-10th 

23rd 

28th 

26th-27th 

34th-35th 

3rd 

5UC 

19th-20th 

12UC 

25th-31st 

26th-27th 

30th-34th 

35th 

ICW; 6CW; 8CW 

15th 

10UC-12UC 

3UC 

26th-28th 

28th-30th 



1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 



1CW-8CW = Canada West 



lst-35tb = Ontario 



Members 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 - 1991 (Continued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



Burke, George T. 


9UC 


Carmichael, Dougall 


15th-16th 


Bumham, Asa A. 


4CW 


Carnegie, John Jr. 


1st; 5th 


Bumhatn, Zaccheus 


7UC; 9UC 


Carnegie, John Hilliard 


8th-12th 


Burr, Frederick Arthur 


28th-30th 


Carpenter, Edwin Qarendon 


7th-9th 


Burritt, Henry 


13UC 


Carpenter, Franklin Metcalfe 


4th 


Burritt, Read 


3CW 


Carr, Gary 


35th 


Burritt, Stephen 


5UC 


Carr, Harold Norman 


19th-20th 


Burt, Arthur Campbell 


18th 


Carr, Leeming 


16th-17th 


Burt, Daniel 


8th-10th 


Carr, Milton 


10th 


Burton, Francis Henry 


5CW-6CW 


Carrere, John P. Hugo 


23rd 


Burwell, Leonidas 


6CW-8CW 


Carrick, John James 


12th 


Bush, Oriando 


7th-8th 


Carroll, Peter 


3CW 


Butler, Keith EUdngton 


27th 


Carrothers, Douglas Alexander 


34th 






Carruthers, Alex Hugo 


26th-29th 


Calder, Archibald Clement 


17th-18th 


Carscallen, Henry 


9th-llth 


Calder, Campbell Carlyle 


23id 


Carscallen, Thomas George 


10th-14th 


Calder, Charles 


9th; llth-12th; 


Carter, Jenny 


35th 




14th 


Carter, Samuel 


14th 


Calder, John Alexander 


14th-15th 


Carton, Gordon Robert 


27th-29th 


Caldwell, Francis 


12UC-13UC 


Cartwright, John Solomon 


13UC; ICW 


CaldweU, William Clyde 


2nd; 4th-7th; 9th- 


Cartwright, Richard John 


8CW 




10th 


Carty, John Jr. 


15th-16th 


Callahan, Robert V. 


33rd-35th 


Cascaden, John 


4th-5th 


Callan, John Fullerton 


16th 


Case, Clifford 


18th 


Calvin, Delino Dexter 


lst-4th 


Casey, Samuel 


8UC 


Cameron, Colin Stewart 


13th-14th 


Casey, Willet 


5UC;7UC 


Cameron, Douglas Colin 


10th 


Cass, Frederick Mcintosh 


25th-28th 


Cameron, Duncan 


9UC 


Casselman, Arthur Allen 


21st 


Cameron, John 


7UC 


Casselman, William H. 


15th 


Cameron, John 


6CW 


Cassidy, Michael Morris 


29th-32nd 


Cameron, John HiUyard 


2CW-3CW; 5CW; 


Cathcart, Bryan Lewis 


22nd-26th 




7CW-8CW 


Caven, John 


8th 


Cameron, Malcolm 


13UC; 1CW-4CW; 


Cawthra, John 


lOUC 




6CW 


Cayley, William 


2CW-3CW; 5CW- 


Cameron, Malcolm Graeme 


lOth-llth 




6CW 


Cameron, Matthew Crooks 


7CW-8CW; 1st- 


Cecile, Louis Pierre 


23id-27th 




3id 


Challies, George Holmes 


18th-24th 


Cameron, Peter Gow 


15th 


Chalmers, George 


2CW 


Campbell, Alexander 


lUC 


Chamberlain, Theodore F. 


6th 


Campbell, Alexander Franklin 


7th 


Chambers, Rtzwilliam Henry 


8CW 


Campbell, Colin Alexander 


20th 


Chambers, William Qark 


13th-14th; 16th 


Campbell, Douglas Munro 


18th-20th 


Chambers, William Henry 


16th 


Campbell, Edward Clarke 


ICW 


Champagne, Napoleon 


13th 


Campbell, George 


7th 


Chaplin, Gordon 


22nd 


Campbell, John 


llUC 


Chappie, John Boyle 


26th 


Campbell, Margaret 


29th-31st 


Chappie, Thomas William 


8th 


Campbell, Robert Adam 


8th-9th 


Chaput, Jean (John) Marc 


24th-25th 


Campbell, Sterling 


34th 


Chariton, Brian Albert 


31st-35th 


C^lan, Elinor 


33rd-35th 


Chariton, William Andrew 


7th-10th 


Carew, John 


14th 


Charters, Samuel 


12th-13th 


Cargill, Wellington David 


14th 


Chartrand, Aurele 


22nd-24th 


Carlin, Robert Hugh 


21st-22nd 


Chesley, Solomon Youmans 


ICW 


Carling, Isaac 


1st 


Chesser, John 


12UC 


Carling, John 


6CW-8CW; 1st- 


Chiarelli, Bob 


34th-35th 




2nd 


Child, Arthur John 


24th-25th 


1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 


ICW-SCW = 


: Canada West 


lst-35th = Ontario 



Members 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 - 1991 (Continued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



Chisholm, Alexander 


12UC-13UC 


Connor, William "Herbert" 


21st 


Qiisholm, George K. 


5CW 


Conway, Sean Gerard 


30th-35th 


Chisholm, Kenneth 


2nd-7th 


Cook, Ephraim 


5CW 


Chisholm, William 


8UC; llUC; 13UC 


Cook, Herman Henry 


4th 


Cholette, Joseph "Elie" 


20th 


Cook, James William 


6CW 


Christie, David 


4CW-6CW 


Cook, John 


11UC-13UC; ICW 


Christie, Robert 


lst-2nd 


Cook, John Henry 


21st 


Christopherson, David 


35th 


Cook, Simon S. 


lst-2nd 


Church, Basil Rorison 


5CW-6CW 


Cooke, David (Liberal) 


33rd-34th 


Churiey, Marilyn 


35th 


Cooke, David (NDP) 


31st-35th 


Qancey, James 


5th-7th 


Cooke, George Atwell 


5th 


Clapp, Robert Edwin 


nth 


Cooke, John Robert 


13th-18th 


Clark, Hezekiah Allen 


16th-lgth 


Cooper, Henry Sloane 


15th 


aark,Hugh 


10th-12th 


Cooper, James Maxwell 


20th 


Clark, James B. 


15th 


Cooper, Mike 


35th 


Clark, James Howard 


19th-20th 


Cooper, Robert 


15th 


Qark, John 


8UC-9UC; llUC 


Coppen, Shirley 


35th 


Clark, Matthew 


8UC 


Copps, Sheila M. 


32nd 


Qarke. Charles 


2nd-7th 


Corby, Henry 


lst-2nd 


Clarke, Edward Frederick 


6th-7th 


Cordiano, Joseph 


33rd-35th 


Qarke, Henry Edward 


5th-7th 


Cornwall, John 


2UC 


Clarke, James Maitland 


7th 


Cornwall, Joshua 


7UC 


Qarke, John Rtzgerald 


2nd-3rd 


Cornwall, Nathan 


12UC-13UC 


Clarke, John Robert 


6CW 


Costello, Thomas Moore 


17th 


Clarke, Macneil 


lst-2nd 


Cote, Louis 


18th 


Qarke, Richard 


6th 


Cotter, James 


7UC 


Clarke, Samuel 


9th-16th 


Cousens, W. Donald 


32nd-35th 


Qarke, William 


5CW; 7CW 


Coutts, Alexander 


3rd 


Qeary, John C. 


34th-35th 


Cowan, David 


4UC 


Cleland, James 


7th-8th 


Cowan, James 


7CW-8CW 


Qemens, Isaac 


lst-2nd 


Cowling, Alfred Hozack 


24th-27th 


Clement, John Twining 


29th 


Cox, Charies Winnans 


19th-20th; 23rd 


Clench, Ralph 


3UC-4UC; 6UC- 


Cox, George Albertus 


3rd 




7UC 


Coyne, John 


lst-2nd 


Cochrane, Francis "Frank" 


llth-12th 


Cragg, Charies W. 


23rd 


Cockbum, Alexander Peter 


1st 


Craig, John Alexander 


18th-19th 


Cockbum, James 


7CW-8CW 


Craig, James 


lst-2nd 


Code, Abraham 


lst-3rd 


Craig, James J. 


llth-12th 


Cody, Henry John 


14th-15th 


Craig, John 


8th-9th 


Cole, Wilmot Howard 


3rd 


Craig, Thomas Dixon 


6th 


Coleman, Thomas 


9UC 


Craig, William 


lst-2nd 


Collings, William Henry 


24th-26th 


Craik, Robert 


6CW 


CoUins, Shiriey Jean 


34th 


Crane, Samuel 


lew 


CoUiver, Horace Stanley 


16th-18th 


Crawford, George 


4CW-5CW 


Colquhoun, Albert Alexander 


17th 


Crawford, John 


7CW 


Colquhoun, Andrew Alexander 


9th 


Crawford, Joseph Edmund 


19th 


Colquhoun, William 


lst-2nd 


Crawford, Thomas 


8th-16th 


Colter, Richard Samuel 


19th 


Creighton, David 


3rd-6th 


Conacher, Lionel Pretoria 


20th 


Creighton, Thomas Kelso 


22nd 


Conant, Gordon Daniel 


20th 


Cridland, Joseph 


15th 


Conger, Roger Bates 


2CW 


Crockett, Wilson Ainsworth 


15th 


Conger, Wilson Seymour 


5CW; 8CW 


CroU, David Arnold 


19th-20th 


Conmee, James 


5th-10th 


Crooks, Adam 


2nd-5th 


Connell, Thomas "Ray" 


24th-28th 


Crooks, James 


8UC; llUC 


Connor, Skeffington 


6CW-7CW 


Crooks, William 


llUC 


1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 


1CW-8CW : 


: Canada West 


lst-3Sth = Ontario 



Members 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 - 1991 (Continued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



Croome, Randolph George 


19th-20th 


Dent, Thomas Roy 


21st-24th 


Crosby, Hugh Powell 


lst-2nd 


Denyes, Henry Ketcheson 


15th 


Cross. Eric William Blake 


20th 


Derbishire, Stewart 


ICW 


Cruess, John Saunders 


6th 


Deroche, Hammel Madden 


2nd^th 


Crysler, John 


4UC; 6UC-7UC; 


DesRosiers, Arthur 


19th 




9UC 


Detlor, George Hill 


13UC 


Crysler, John Pliny 


3CW; 5CW 


Devitt, John Henry 


llth-14th 


Cumberland, Frederick William 


lst-2nd 


Dewan, Patrick Michael 


19th-20th 


Cumming, John 


9UC 


Dewart, Herbert Hartley 


14th-15th 


Cummings, James 


2CW 


Dickenson, John 


8th-10th 


Cunningham, Dianne E. 


34th-35th 


Dickson, James 


7CW-8CW 


Cunningham, Eric Gordon 


30th-32nd 


Dickson, Robert 


lOUC 


Cunningham, James Bertram 


15th 


Dickson, Thomas 


6UC 


Cureatz, Sammy Lawrence 


31st-34th 


Dickson, Walter Hamilton 


2CW-3CW 


Curling, Alvin Frederick 


33rd-35th 


Dickson, William Angus 


19th-21st 


Cunie, Archibald S. 


8th 


Dietsch, Michael Murray 


34th 


Cunie, James George 


2nd-3rd 


Dill, Jacob William 


5th 


Currie, John Allister 


15th-17th 


Di Santo, Odoardo 


30th-32nd 


Cunie, Morley 


lOth-llth 


Dixon, Thomas C. 


4CW 


Currie, Nathaniel 


1st 


Docker, William Manson 


21st-22nd 


Currier, Joseph M. 


8CW 


Doherty, Manning William 


15th 


Curry, James Walter 


15th 


Donovan, Albert Edward 


llth-14th 






Dorland, Philip 


lUC 






Dorland, Thomas 


4UC-5UC 


Dack, Walter MacMonis 


6th-7th 


Dorland, Willet Casey 


6CW 


Dadamo, George 


35th 


Doucett, George Henry 


20th-25th 


Daigeler, Hans W. 


34th-35th 


Douglas, John Henry 


9th 


Daley, Charles 


21st-26th 


Dowling, John Francis 


5th; 7th 


Dalton, Thomas 


lOUC 


Dowling, John Lawrence 


23rd 


Daly, Thomas Mayne 


5CW-7CW; 2nd 


Downer, Alfred Wallace 


20th-29th 


Dana, George Augustus 


8th 


Downey, Joseph Patrick 


10th-12th 


Dance, James Charles 


6th 


Downie, Robert Roy 


21st 


Dargavel, John Robertson 


llth-14th 


Doyle, James William 


12th 


Davidson, David 


10th 


Drainville, Dennis 


35th 


Davidson, Montgomery "Monty" 


30th-31st 


Draper, William Henry 


13UC; 1CW-2CW 


Davidson, Thomas Scott 


14th 


Drea, James Francis "Frank" 


29th-32nd 


Davis, Myroyn "Cooke" 


22nd-25th 


Drew, George Alexander 


20th-22nd 


Davis, Elihu James 


6th-10th 


Dniry, Charles Alfred 


4th-6th 


Davis, Herbert James 


18th 


Drury, Ernest Charles 


15th 


Davis, William C. 


33rd 


Dryden, John 


4th-10th 


Davis, William Grenville 


26th-32nd 


Ducharme, Severin 


14th 


Davison, Michael Norman 


31st-32nd 


Duckworth, William 


19th-22nd 


Dawson, James 


2nd 


Duff, James Stoddart 


9th-14th 


Dawson, Simon James 


3rd 


Duff, Thomas Neil 


21st 


Deacon, Donald Mackay 


28th-29th 


Duggan, George Jr. 


1CW-2CW 


Deacon, Thomas 


2nd-3rd 


Duignan, Noel 


35th 


Dean, Gordon Howlett 


32nd-33rd 


Dukszta, Jan 


29th-31st 


Deans, Ian 


28th-31st 


Dunbar, George Harrison 


20th-25th 


Delong, Jesse 


4CW-5CW 


Duncan, Archibald Stuart 


19th-20th 


Demers, Joseph Clement "Gaston" 


27th-28th 


Duncombe, Charles 


11UC-13UC 


De Monte, Dante Matthew 


28th 


Duncombe, David 


12UC-13UC 


Dempsey, James Shannon 


22nd-25th 


Dunlop, Arunah 


7th 


Dempsey, William Ryerson 


9th 


Dunlop, Edward Arunah 


lOth-llth; 13th- 


Denison, George 


5th 




14th; 17th-18th 


Dennison, William Donald 


21st; 23nl 


Dunlop, Edward Anmah 


27th-28th 


1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 


1CW-8CW = 


= Canada West 


lst-35th = Ontario 



Members 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 • 1991 (Continued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



Dunlop, Robert Graham 


12UC-13UC 


Fairbank, Charles Oliver 


20th 


Dunlop, William 


1CW-2CW 


Fairfield, Benjamin 


6UC 


Dunlop, William James 


24th-26th 


Fairfield, William 


2UC 


Dunn, John Henry 


ICW 


Fallis, Albert James 


16th 


Dunsfoid, James Wicks 


7CW-8CW 


Fallis, James Robinson 


13th-14th 


Durand, James 


6UC-7UC; 12UC; 


Fallis, William Armstrong 


8th-9th 




lew 


Fanning, John 


6UC 


Dye, Stanley Harding 


22nd 


Farewell, Abram 


2nd 


Dymond, Matthew Bulloch 


25th-29th 


Faman, Michael I ,iam 


34th-35th 


Dynes, Wiliam 


8th 


Farquhar, Stanley William 


27th-28th 






Farquhar, Thomas 


17th 






Farquier, Frederick George 


5th 


Eagelson, Robert "Alan" 


27th 


Farwell, Charies Franklin 


8th-9th 


Eakins, John F. 


30th-34th 


Faubert, Frank J. 


34th 


Eamgey, Joseph Pattulo 


17th 


Faulkner, James Albert 


19th 


Easton, Joseph Lees 


23rd 


Fawcett, Joan M. 


34th-35th 


Eaton, Robert Gordon 


29th-32nd 


FeU,John 


5th-7th 


Ebbs, John Charies 


13th 


Fell, Uoyd F.K. 


23rd 


Ecclestone, George Walter 


14th-18th 


Fellowes, George Byron Lyon 




Edgar, Joseph 


14th 


See also George Byron Lyon 


6CW 


Edighoffer, Hugh Alden 


28th-34th 


Fenton, William Henry 


15th-16th 


Edwards, James "Frederick" 


22nd-27th 


Ferguson, Alexander 


llth-14th 


Edwards, Raymond Clare 


26th 


Ferguson, George Howard 


llth-18th 


Edwards, William Henry 


16th-17th 


Ferguson, John 


3UC 


Eilber, Heruy 


19th-20th; 22nd 


Ferguson, Robert 


5th-9th 


Elgie, Goldwin Corlett 


19th-20th; 22nd 


Ferguson, Thomas Roberts 


6CW-8CW; 1st- 


Elgie, Robert Goldwin 


31st-33rd 




2nd 


Elliot, R. Walter 


34th 


Ferguson, Walter Renwick 


13th-14th 


Elliott, Alexander Leslie 


20th 


Ferguson, William 


8CW 


Elliott, Frederick Wellington 


18th 


Ferguson, William A. 


35th 


Elliott, George 


13UC 


Fergusson, Adam Johnston 


3CW-5CW 


Elliott, George Adam 


16th 


Ferraro, Rick Eugenio 


33rd-34th 


Elliott, John Campbell 


12th-14th 


Ferrie, Colin Campbell 


13UC 


Elliott, Mathew 


3UC-5UC 


Ferrie, Robert 


5CW 


Elliott, Robert Ellsworth 


22nd; 24th-25th 


Ferrier, Alexander David 


1st 


Elliott, William 


llUC 


Ferrier, William Herman 


28th-30th 


Elliott, William Herbert 


18th 


Ferris, James Marshall 


3rd-5th 


Ellis, Arthur 


18th-19th 


Ferris, John P. 


30th 


Ellis, Gordon Bennett 


23rd 


Field, Corelli Collard 


6th-8th 


Ellis, James Albert 


13th 


Field, John Collard 


4th 


Elston, Murray John 


32nd-35th 


Hnlayson, Hugh 


6CW; lst-3rd 


Epp, Herbert Arnold 


31st-34th 


Finlayson, William 


16th-18th; 20th 


Ermatinger, Charies Oaks 


5th 


Rsh, Susan A. 


32nd-33rd 


Ermatinger, Edward 


2CW 


Hsher, Harold 


16th 


Evans, David "Arthur" 


26th-30th 


Rsher, John Henry 


llth-12th 


Evans, Edgar James 


15th 


Fishleigh, Harold Ferguson 


24th-25th 


Evans, James 


1st 


Htzsimmons, William 


lst-2nd 


Evanturel, Francis Eugene Alfred 


6th-10th 


Flatt, John Ira 


8th 


Evanturel, Gustave 


13th-15th 


Reet, David Gordon 


34lh 


Eves, Ernie L. 


32nd-35th 


Reming, John 


3id 


Ewen, Donald \^i^am 


27th; 29th 


Resher, John 


3id 


Ewing, Benjamin 


9UC-10UC 


Retcher, Charles George 


17th; 20th 


Eyre, John 


1st 


Retcher, Derek 


35th 






Rett, William Robertson 


17th 


Fairbaim, Thomas McCulloch 


2nd 


Flint, Billa 


3CW; 5CW 


1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 


1CW-8CW = 


: Canada West 


lst-35th = Ontario 



Members 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 • 1991 (Continued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



Foley, Miciiael Hamilton 
Fontaine, Jacques No6 "Ren6" 
Foote, John Weir 
Ford, John Featherson 
Foster, T. Kenzie 
Fothergill, Chaiies 
Foulds, James Francis 
Fowler, Reginald Amherst 
Fox, Milton C. 
Fox, Samuel John 
Foy, James Joseph 
Fraleigh, Thomas Howard 
Frankford, Robert T.S. 
Fraser, Alexander 
Fraser, Alexander 
Fraser, Christopher Rnlay 
Fraser, Donald 
Fraser, Evan Eugene 
Fraser, Isaac 
Fraser, Thomas 
Fraser, William Henry 
Frazer, John 
Frazer, Richard Duncan 
Freeborn, John WiUard 

Freele, Lloyd William Morgan 
Freeman, Edward George 
Freeman, John Bailey 
Freeman, Samuel Black 
French, Frederick John 
French, Jeremiah 
Fripp, Alfred Ernest 
Frost, Arthur G. 
Frost, Leslie Miscampbell 
Fulford, George Taylor 
Fullerton, John Arthur 
Fulton, Edward A. 
Furlong, Allan 



Galbraith, Daniel 
Gallagher, Charles Vincent 
Gallagher, John S. 
Galna, John 
Gamble, John William 
Gamble, Moses 
Gamey, Robert Roswell 
Gamey, Thomas 
Garden, Arthur Campbell 
Gardhouse, William James 
Gardiner, Christopher "Chris." 
Ganow, James Thompson 
Garson, William C.W. 
Gates, Walter F. 
Gaunt, Murray Andrew 



5CW-8CW 
33id-34th 
23rd-25th 
15th 
23rd 

9UC-10UC 
29th-33rd 
14th-15th 
15th 

9th-12th 
9th-14th 
18th 
35th 

lOUC-llUC 
lst-2nd 
2nd-7th 
llUC 
llth-13th 
7UC 

2UC; 5UC 
14th 
5CW 
llUC 

15th-16th; 19th- 
20th 
18th 
27th 
4th-7th 
5CW 
4th-6th 
lUC 
12th 

24lh-25th 
20th-26th 
19th 

22nd-26th 
33rd-34th 
34th 



lst-2nd 

20th 

9th-12th 

llth-13th 

13UC; 4CW-5CW 

7UC 

10th-14th 

8th 

16th 

19th-20th 

17th 

7th-9th 

6th 

8UC 

26th-31st 



Gemmell, Welland Stewart 

George, John 

Germa, Melville Cariyle "Bud" 

German, William Manley 

Gibbons, Robert 

Gibbs, Thomas Nicholson 

Gibson, David 

Gibson, John Morison 

Gibson, Robert Wayne 

Gibson, Thomas 

Gifford,Charles 

Gigantes, Evelyn Adelaide 

Gilbertson, Bemt Nicole 

Gilchrist, John 

Giles, John Godkin 

Gillespie, George Alexander 

Gillies, John 

Gillies, Philip Andrew 

Gilmour, John Taylor 

Gisbom, Reginald Victor 

Givens, Philip Gerald 

Glass, John Judah 

Glendinning, James 

Godfrey, Charles Morris 

Godfrey, Forbes Elliott 

Godwin, Henry Thomas 

Goldie, Lincoln 

Gomme, George Ellis 

Good, Edward R. 

Gooderham, George Horace 

Goodfellow, William Arthur 

Gordon, Arthur St. Clair 

Gordon, George Thomas 

Gordon, James 

Gordon, James K. 

Gough, Thomas Barnes 

Gould, Isaac James 

Gould, Joseph 

Gould, Joseph M. 

Goulet, Alfred 

Govenlock, John M. 

Gow, Peter 

Gowan, Ogle Robert 

Graham, Alvin Edwin 
Graham, George Perry 
Graham, Ketchum 
Graham, Peter (Frontenac) 
Graham, Peter (Lambton East) 
Graham, Thomas 
Grahame, Thomas 
Grande, Anthony William 
Grandmaitre, Bernard Charles 
Grange, John Thomas 
Grant, Alexander James 



23rd-24th 
7th 

29th-31st 
8th-9th 
lst-2nd 
8CW 

12UC-13UC 
4th-10th 
26th-27th 
2nd-8th 
2nd 

30th-33rd; 35th 
28th-29th 
12UC; ICW 
2nd 
14th 
5th 

32nd-33rd 
6th-7th 
25th-29th 
29th-30th 
19th-20th 
7th 
30th 

llth-18th 
7th 

16th-18th 
25th-28th 
28th-30th 
12th-14th 
21st-26th 
19th-21st 
23rd-27th 
8UC-9UC 
32nd 
5UC 
5th-6th 
5CW-6CW 
26th-27th 
15th 
15th 
lst-3rd 
12UC-13UC; 
2CW;6CW 
18th 

9th-llth 
lst-2nd 
3rd 

3rd-6th 
25th 
1st 

30th-33rd 
32nd-35th 
2nd-3id 
3rd 



1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 



1CW-8CW = Canada West 



lst-35th = Ontario 



Members 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 - 1991 (Continued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



Grant, Robert Henry 
Grant, Sandy 
Graves, Edwin Cyrus 
Gray, Andrew Wellington 
Gray, John 

Gray, Robert Isaac Dey 
Greeley, Absalom 
Greenlaw, Frank Howard 
Gregory, Milton Edward 

Charles "Bud" 
Griesinger, William 
Grier, Ruth Anna 
Grieve, John 
Grigg, Albert 
Gross, John Franklin 
Grossman, Allan 
Grossman, Lawrence 

Sheldon "Larry" 
Grummett, William John 
Guest, Thomas B. 
Guibord, Onesime 
Guindon, Femand 
Guindon, Luc Bernard 
Gurd, Alfred Thomas 
Guthrie, Donald 
Guthrie, William 



Habel, Joseph Alphonse Anaclet 
Haeck, Christel 
Hagar, Albert 
Hagerman, Christopher 

Alexander 
Hagerman, Daniel 
Hagey, Henry Louis 
Haggerty, James 
Haggerty, Raymond Louis 
Haines, Archibald Judson 
Halcrow, George Grant 
Hall, Eric "Ross" 
Hall, Francis ^^fllliam 
Hall. George B. 
Hall, George Barker 
Hall, James 
Hall, Richard Reece 
Hall, Stanley Leroy 
Hall, Zachariah Adam 
Ham, George 
Ham, Joseph Henry 
Hambly, Charles Wesley 
Hamilton, George 
Hamilton, George Wellesley 
Hamilton, Maurice 
Hamilton, Robert 
Hamilton, William 



15th 

13th-14th 

16th-18th 

15th-16th 

Sth 

2UC-4UC 

1st 

15th 

30th-33rd 

22nd-25th 

33rd-35th 

14th 

12th-14th 

9th-10th 

25th-29th 

30th-33rd 

21st-24th 

2nd 

9th- 10th 

25th-29th 

33rd 

Sth 

6th-7th 

19th-20th 



19th-20th; 22nd 

35th 

4th-5th 

8UC; nUC-13UC 

8UC 

20th 

Sth 

28th-34th 

20th 

15th 

30th-31st 

14th 

7UC 

2CW 

3CW 

15th 

21st-26th 

14th 

sue 

14th 

16th; ISth 
SUC-IOUC 
2nd 
25th-29th 

sue 
sue 



Hamilton, William Ernest 


22nd-24th 


Hammell, William Henry 


5th-7th 


Hampton, Howard George 


34th-35th 


Hancock, Leslie 


21st 


Handleman, Sidney Bernard 


29th-31st 


Haney, Henry Ryan 


2nd-3rd 


Haney, WUfred Smith 


16th-17th 


Hanna, John WiUiam 


21st-26th 


Hanna, William John 


10th-14th 


HanniweU, Cail David 


22nd 


Hansen, Ron 


35th 


Harcourt, George Vernon 


16th-18th 


Harcourt, Michael 


6CW-7CW 


Harcourt, Richard 


3rd-llth 


Hardison, Benjamin 


2UC 


Hardy, Arthur Sturgis 


2nd-9th 


Hargraft, William 


3rd 


Harkin, William 


3rd-4th 


Hamick, Charles A. 


35th 


Harrington, Eric 


2nd 


Harrington, Margaret 


35th 


Harris, Michael Deane 


32nd-35th 


Harris, Robert John "Jack" 


26th-27th 


Harrison, Charles Robert 


ISth 


Harrison, Samuel Beasley 


1CW-2CW 


Hart, Christine 


33ni-34th 


Hart, James 


5th 


Hartman, Joseph 


4CW-6CW 


Hartt, James Irwin 


13th-14th 


Harty, William 


7th-9th 


Harvey, George Isaac 


21st-23rd 


Harvey, William Bruce 


23ni-24th 


Haskett, W. Irwin 


26th-28th 


Haslam, Karen 


35th 


Hatt, Richard 


7UC 


Haultain, Frederick William 


7CW-SCW 


Havrot, Edward Michael 


29th; 31st-32nd 


Hawley, George Douglas 


4th-5th 


Hay, David Davidson 


3rd-4th 


Hay, Francis Wellington 


14th-15th 


Haycock, Joseph Longford 


Sth 


Hayes, Patrick Michael 


33rd; 35th 


Hays, William Torrance 


1st 


Hearst, William Howard 


12th-14th 


Heenan, Peter 


15th-16th; 19th- 




20th 


Heighington, Wilfrid 


18th-19th 


Hellyer, Albert 


15th 


Henderson, D. James 


33rd-35th 


Henderson, Lome Charies 


27th-32nd 


Henderson, Rufiis E. 


lOUC 


Hendrie, John Stratheam 


10th-14th 


Hennessey, Michael 




Patrick "Mickey" 


31st-33rd 


Henry, George Stewart 


13th-20th 



1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 



ICW-SCW = Canada West 



lst-35th = Ontario 



10 



Members 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 • 1991 (ConUnued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



Heniy, Philip James 
Hepburn, James deCongalton 
Hepburn, Mitchell Frederick 
Herbert, Alexander "Robert" 
Hess, John George 
Hicks, Andrew 
Higginson, Thomas 
Hill, Hamnett Pinhey 
HUl, James Ferguson 
Hill, Solomon 
Hill, William James 
Hilliard, Daniel 
Hilliaid, Irwin Foster 
Hillmer, George 
Hincks, Francis 
Hipel, Norman Otto 
Hiscott, James 
Hislop, Archiblad 
Hobbs, Thomas Saunders 
Hodgens, Thomas D. 
Hodgins, Charles Constantine 
Hodgins, Thomas 
Hodgson, Louis M. 
Hodgson, Ronald "Glen" 
Hodgson, William 

Marshall Chamberlain 
Hoffman, Philip 
Hogan, John Sheridan 
Hogarth, Donald McDonald 

Holmes, John 
Holmes, Joseph WUliam 
Homuth, Karl Kenneth 
Honeywell, Albert Edwin 
Hook, Thomas 
Hooper, Augustus F. 
Hooper, Edmund John 
Hope, Randy 
Hopkins, Caleb 

Homor, Thomas 
Hosek, Chaviva Milada 
Hotham, Richard Phillips 
Houck, William Limburg 

Howard, Matthew Munsel 
Howard, Peter 
Howitt, John Ranson 
Howland, Oliver Aiken 
Howland, William Pearce 
Hoyle, William Henry 
Hudson, William Parker 
Huget, Bob 
Hunt, Stanley Joseph 
Hunter, Frederick Eraser 



ISth 

20th-22nd 

19th-21st 

24th-26th 

5th-6th 

15th 

8CW 

15th 

16th-19th 

4UC 

9th 

6th 

14th 

16th-17th 

ICW; 3CW-5CW 

18th-20th 

7th-8th 

9th- 11th 

8th 

9th 

11th 

2nd-3rd 

27th 

27th-29th 

28th-32nd 
26th 
6CW 
13th-15th; 17th- 

18th 
6CW 
9th- 10th 
15th-18th 
17th-18th 
14th 
7CW 
1st 
35th 
lOUC; 12UC; 

ICW; 3CW 
8UC-11UC 
34th 
13UC 
19th-20th; 23rd- 

24th 

11UC-12UC 
4UC-5UC; 7UC 
12th 
8th 

6CW-8CW 
9th- 14th 
5th-7th 
35th 

21st-25th 
19th-20th 



Hunter, James Hill 


3rd-4th; 7th 


Hunter, Roger Rollo 


13UC 


Hurdman, George Charies 


14th 


Hutchinson, Earl 


18th-19th 


Hyndman, Harry Hariand 


22nd 


Ingersol, Charies 


9UC; llUC 


Ingram, Andrew B. 


6th 


Innes, Gordon William 


25th-26th; 28th 


Innes, Hugh Paterson 


12th 


Ireland, William Henry 


15th-18th 


Irish, Mark Howard 


14th 


Irvine, E)onald Roy 


29th-30th 


Irvine, McCausland 


16th 


Isaacs, Colin 


31st 


Isley, Theodore Henry 


23rtl 


Jackson, Cameron D. 


33rd-35th 


Jackson, Donald Earl 


28th 


Jackson, George 


5CW; 7CW-8CW 


Jackson, George "Ernest" 


25th 


Jacques, William 


14th 


James, Michael 


10th 


Jameson, Robert S. 


12UC 


Jamieson, David 


9th- 14th; 16th 


Jamieson, James Edgar 


16th; 18th 


Jamison, Norm 


35th 


Janes, Charles Eusibius 


22nd-26th 


Jarvis, Charies William 


13th-14th 


Jarvis, George S. 


13UC 


Jarvis, William Botsford 


UUC 


JeUy, William 


4th 


Jessiman, James Hugh 


28th-29th 


Jessop, Elisha 


9th-14th 


Jessup, Edward 


llUC 


Jessup, Edward Jr. 


2UC 


Jessup, Hamilton Dibble 


2CW 


Johnson, John McLellan "Jack" 


30th-34th 


Johnson, John Wesley 


12th-14th 


Johnson, Paul 


35th 


Johnson, Thomas Hall 


3CW-4CW 


Johnston, Alexander 


5th 


Johnston, Allister 


23rd-28th 


Johnston, George Graham 


21st-26th 


Johnston, James 


1CW-2CW 


Johnston, John Benjamin 


15th 


Johnston, Richard Frank 


31st-34th 


Johnston, Robert Mercer 


28th-30th 


Johnston, Thomas Dalton 


16th 


Johnston, William "Erskine" 


25th-28th 


Johnston, William J. 


15th 


Johnstone, John Philemon 


22nd; 24th 


Jolley, Arthur C. 


24th-25th 



1UC.13UC = Upper Canada 



1CW-8CW = Canada West 



lst-35th = Ontario 



11 



Members 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 - 1991 (Continued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



Joliffe, Edward Bigelow 
Jones, Charles 
Jones, David 
Jones, David Ford 
Jones, Ephraim 
Jones, Francis 
Jones, Henry 
Jones, Jonas 
Jones, Solomon 
Jones, Terry David 
Jordan, W. Leo 
Joynt, John 
Joynt, Robert L. 
Jutten, Thomas William 



Kanter, Ronald M. 
Kean, John 
Keams, John 
Keefer, Francis Henry 
Kehoe, John Joseph 
Keith, William 
Kelley, RusseU Temple 
Kells, Moriey Cecil 
Kelly, James Francis "Frank" 
Kelly, Philip Timothy 
Kemp, Robert Henry 
Kennedy, Angus John 
Kennedy, Hugh W. 
Kennedy, Robert "Douglas" 
Kennedy, Thomas Laird 

Kenning, Alfred Franklin 
Kerns, William 
Kerr, David "McMaster" 
Kerr, George 
Kerr, George Albert 
Kerr, Joseph 
Kerr, William J. 
Kenio, Vincent George 
Ketchum, Jesse 
Keyes, Kenneth A. 
Kidd, George Nelson 
Kidd, Thomas Ashmore 
KUbom, John 
Killaly, Hamilton Hartley 
Kincaid, Robert 
King, James Harold 
Kirby, Harold James 
Kirkwood, James 
Klopp, Paul 
Kni^t, Donald S. 
Knight, Ronald Henry 
Knowles, Vernon Charles 
Knox, John "Ralph" 



21st; 23rd 

8UC-9UC 

9UC; 12UC 

8CW 

lUC 

7CW-8CW 

llUC 

7UC-9UC; 13UC 

2UC 

30th-32nd 

35th 

15th-16th 

9th-10th 

17th-18th 



34th 
3rd 
13UC 
16th 
21st 
16th 

22nd-23rd 
32nd 
19th-21st 
24th-25th 
16th-17th 
16th-18th 
11th 

28th-32nd 
15th-18th; 20th- 
25th 

17th-18th 
5th-8th 
24th-25th 
11th 

27th-32nd 
4th-5th 
8UC 

30th-34th 
lOUC-llUC 
33rd-34th 
8th-llth 
17th-20th 
lOUC 
ICW 
4th 

19th-20th 
19th-20th 
7th 
35th 
33rd 
28th 
22nd 
27th 



Kohler, Jacob 


llth-13th 


Kolyn, Albert 


32nd 


Kormos, Peter 


34th-35th 


Kozyra, Taras 


34th 


Kribs, William Abram 


9th-10th 


Kwinter, Monte 


33rd-35th 


T ^throsse, Joseph Louis 


11th 


Lackner, Henry George 


9th-13th 


Lafontaine, Louis Hypolite 


lew 


Laidlaw, James 


4th-5th 


Lamarche, Charles 


11th 


Lamport, Allan Austin 


20th 


Lancaster, Thomas Percival 


18th-19th 


Lane, John Gordon 


29th-33rd 


Lane, John 


3rd 


Lang, Malcolm 


14th-16th 


Langford, George Edward 


8th 


Langton, John 


4CW-5CW 


Lankin, Frances 


35th 


Lapierre, Edmund Antoine 


19th 


Larwill, Edwin 


5CW 


Latchford, Francis Robert 


9th-10th 


Lauder, Abram William 


lst-5th 


T rfiughren, Floyd 


29th-35th 


Laughton, Frederick Vanwyck 


18th 


Laurier, Robert 


20th-21st 


Lavergne, Gordon 


24th-26th 


Lawlor, Patrick Daniel 


28th-31st 


Lawrason, Lawrence 


2CW 


Lawrence, Albert 




Benjamin Rutter "Bert" 


27th-29th 


Lawrence, Allan Frederick 


25th-29th 


Lawrence, Samuel 


19th 


Leavens, Bertram Elijah 


21st; 23rd 


Leavine, Stanley Francis 


24th 


LeBourdais, Linda Lillian 


34th 


Leduc, Marie Charles Denis "Paul 


" 19th-20th 


Lee, John 


9th-10th 


Lees, William 


4th-6th 


Leeson, George Mansfield 


15th 


Lefferty, John Johnson 


9UC-10UC; 12UC 


Legault, Theodore 


17th; 19th 


Leger, Marcel 


23rd 


Leluk, Nicholas George 


29th-33rd 


Lennox, Thomas Herbert 


llth-15th 


Leone, Laureano 


34th 


Leslie, John A. 


22nd 


Lessard, Wayne 


35th 


Lethbridge, John Giles 


15th-17th 


Letherby, Lloyd A. 


24th-27th 


Lewis, Alexander Cameron 


15th-16th 


Lewis, Frederick William 


11th 


Lewis, John Bower 


11UC-13UC 



1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 



1CW-8CW = Canada West 



lst-35th = Ontario 



12 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 - 1991 (Continued) 



Members Legis 


ature 


Members Legislature 


Lewis, Levi 


5UC 


Macdonald, Rolland 


2CW 


Lewis, Stephen Henry 


27th-31st 


Macdonell, Angus (Glengary) 


3UC 


Lewis, Thomas Henry 


22nd 


Macdonell, Angus (York) 


3UC-4UC 


Lewis, W. Beverley 


25th-27th 


Macdonell, Donald 


12UC-13UC 


Leys, Francis Baxter 


9th 


MacDonell, Donald Aeneas 


12UC-13UC; 2CW 


Leys, John 


6th 


Macdonell, George 


2CW 


Lipsett, Ronald F. 


34th 


Macdonell, Hugh 


lUC 


Little, Archiblad M. 


10th 


Macdonell, John 


1UC-2UC 


Little, Edward Alfred 


8th-llth 


Macdonell, John 


6UC 


Livingston, James 


4th 


MacDougall, Hon. William 


3rd 


Lockhart, George Edward 


21st 


Macfarlane, Robert 


8CW 


Lockhart, William Thomas 


7th 


Macfie, Charkes Maitland 


19th-20th 


Lockwood, Joseph N. 


lOUC 


MacGillivray, Edmund Aberdeen 


20th-22nd 


Long, Thomas 


3rd-4th 


Machin, Harold Arthur Clement 


12th-14th 


Longley, George 


lOUC 


Mack,WiUiam 


4th; 6th-7th 


Loughrin, John 


7th-9th 


MacKay, Alexander Grant 


10th-13th 


Lount, Samuel 


12UC 


Mackay, Andrew 


12th 


Lount, William 


1st 


MacKay, John Pearson 


20th 


Loux, John W. 


6CW 


Mackay, William John 


18th 


Lowe, William James 


14th 


MacKenzie, A. Alexander 


22nd-27th 


Lucas, Isaac Benson 


9th-14th 


MacKenzie, Alexander 


7CW-8CW; 2nd 


Luckock, Margarette 




Mackenzie, Charles 


6th-7th 


"Rae" Morrison 


21st 


MacKenzie, Harold Arthur 


28th 


Lumsden, Alexander 


9th 


Mackenzie, Hope Fleming 


6CW; 8CW 


Lumsden, John MacVeigh 


5CW 


Mackenzie, Robert Wanen 


30th-35th 


Lupusella, Antonio "Tony" 


30th-34th 


Mackenzie, William Lyon 


10UC-12UC; 


Luton, Daniel 


1st 




3CW-6CW 


Lyon, George 


11UC;2CW 


MacKinnon, Ellen 


35th 


Lyon, George Byron 




MacLeod, Alexander Albert 


21st-23rd 


See also Fellowes, George 




MacLeod, John 


6CW 


Byron Lyon 


3CW-5CW 


Macmaster, Donald 


4th 


Lyon, Robert 


1st 


MacNab, Allan Napier 


11UC-13UC; 


Lyon, Robert Adam 


3rd-6th 




1CW-5CW 


Lyon, William Durie 


3rd 


MacNaughton, Charles Steel 


25th-29th 


Lyons, Clayton "Harry" 


24th-26th 


Macnish, Donald 


8th-9th 


Lyons, James 


9UC-11UC 


MacOldrum, Charles "Gordon" 


24th 


Lyons, James 


16th-18th 


Macomb, William 


lUC 






Ma^on, Jean Baptiste 


llUC 






MacPhail, Agnes Campbell 


21st; 23rd 






MacQuanie, Robert Waldron 


32nd 


MacArthur, Duncan 


13th 


MacVicar, Malcolm 


15th 


Macaulay, Leopold 


17th-20th 


Madill, Frank 


4th 


Macaulay, Robert William 


24th-27th 


Maeck, Lome Howard 


29th-31st 


Macbeth, George 


5CW-7CW 


Mageau, Zotique 


13th-16th 


MacBeth, John Palmer 


29th-31st 


Magill, Charles 


8CW 


MacBride, Morrison Mann 


15th-16th; 19th- 


Magladery, Thomas 


14th-15th 




20th 


Magwood, Thomas 


7th-8th 


MacDiarmid, Hnlay George 


9th-14th; 16th-17th 


Mahaffy, Arthur Arnold 


10th-13th 


Macdonald, E)onald Alexander 


6CW-7CW 


Mahoney, Steven W. 


34th-35th 


MacDonald, Donald Cameron 


25th-32nd 


Mahoney, Thomas Joseph 


16th-18th 


Macdonald, Herbert Stone 


2nd 


Makarchuk, Mitro "Mac" 


28th; 30th-31st 


Macdonald, John Alexander 


2CW-8CW 


Malcolm, Andrew 


9th 


Macdonald, John Sandfield 


1CW-8CW; 1st- 


Malcolm, Finlay 


lOUC 




2nd 


Malkowski, Gary 


35th 


MacDonald, Keith 


34th 


Maloney. James Anthony 


25th-26th 


1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 


1CW-8CW = 


: Canada West lst-35th = Ontario 



13 



Members 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 - 1991 (Continued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



MaUoch, Edward 12UC-13UC; 

3CW-4CW 

MaUory, Benajah 4UC-5UC 

Mammoliti, George 35th 

Manahan. Anthony 1 3UC; 1 CW 

Mancini, Remo J. 30th-35th 

Manley, Peter Thomas 24th-26th 

Mapledoram, Qare Edgar 24th-25th 

Marceau, Joseph "Henri" 15th; 19th 

Marchese, Rosario 35th 

Mark, James Raglan 16th 

Markle, Abraham 6UC 

Markle. Henry 5UC 

Marks, John 13UC 

Marland, Margaret 33rd-35th 

Marsh, Abraham 5UC 

MarshaU , Du ncan McLean 1 9th 

Marshall, Thomas A. 13th-15th 

Martel, EUe Walter 28th-33rd 

Martel, Shelley Dawn Marie 34th-35th 

Marter, George Frederick 6th-9th 

Martin, Charles Hammond 21st-23rd 
Martin, D'Arcy "Argue" ConseU 18th 

Martin. John Strickler 1 6th-l 8th 

Martin, Tony 35th 

Martin, Victor J. 22nd 

Martin, William George 17th-l 8th 

Martyn, John Burton 14th 

Mason, Robert Mercer 1 2th-l 4th 

Massie, James 3rd 

Master, Isaac 3rd-6th 

Matchett, Thomas 1st 

Mathews, John 9UC-10UC 

Mathewson, James 13UC 

Matheson, Arthur James 8th- 13th 

Matheson, Donald 5CW 

Mathieu, James Arthur 13th-l5th; 17th 

Mathyssen, Irene 35th 

Matrundola, Gino 34th 

Mattice, William D. 4CW-6CW 

May, George S . 1 1 th 

Mayberry, Thomas Richard 1 2th-l 3th 

McAllister, William Balmer 4th 

McAlpine, Donald 15th 

McAndrew, John Alfred 6th 

McArthur, Duncan 20th 

McArthur, Frederick John 18th 

McAithur, Robert Neil 15th 

McBride, Edward 9UC 

McBrien, Frederick George 1 6th- 1 8th; 20th 

McCaffrey, Bruce Robert 31st-33rd 

McCague, George R. 30th-34th 

McCall, Duncan 9UC-11UC 

McCall, Simpson lst-2nd 

McCallum, Lachlan 2nd 



McCallum, Malcolm Alexander 


16th-17th 


McCallum, Peter Duncan 


7th-8th 


McCann, Henry Wellesley 


5CW-7CW 


McCargar, Milo 


13UC 


McCart. William John 


10th; 12th 


McCausland, James Arthur 


16th 


McCleary, William 


7th 


McClellan, Ross A. 


30th-33rd 


McClelland, Carman John 


34th-35th 


McCoig, Archibald Blake 


11th 


McColl, Dugold 


7th 


McColl, Nicol 


Ist 


McColman, Neil 


5th 


McCormick, Robert John 


12th-13th 


McCormick, William 


6UC-8UC 


McConkey, Thomas David 


8CW 


McCowan, Alexander 


llth-13th 


McCraney, Daniel 


3rd-5th 


McCrae, Thomas 


3UC 


McCrae, William 


12UC-13UC 


McCrea, Charles 


13th-18th 


McCreary, Hiram 


15th 


McCuaig, James Simeon 


2nd 


McCue, John Arthur 


25th 


McDonald, Angus Peter 


6CW 


McDonald, Archibald 


llUC 


McDonald, Ekinald 


lOUC-llUC; ICW 


McE>onald, Donald Alexander 


8CW 


McDonald, Donald Robert 


9th; 12th 


McDonald, Ernest Nicholls 


15th 


McDonald, John 


8CW 


McDonald, John Lawrence 


21st; 23rd 


McDonald, John Stevenson 


8th 


McDonald, Roderick 


4CW-5CW 


McDonald, William 


13th-14th 


McDonell, Alexander 


3UC-6UC; 




8UC-9UC 


McDonell, Alexander 




G^orthumbeiland) 


12UC-13UC 


McDonell, Alexander (Prescott) 


12UC 


McDonell, Donald 


9UC 


McDonell, John 


7UC 


McDougal, Donald Joseph 


llth-12th 


McDougaU, John 


3rd 


McE)ougall, John Lorn 


6CW; 1st 


McDougall, William 


6CW-8CW 


McElroy, Robert Herbert 


llth-14th 


McEwen, J. Earl 


30th-32nd 


McEwing, James 


12th 


McEwing, Ross Atkinson 


20th-23rd 


McFadden, David James 


33rd 


McFarian, John 


13th-14th 


McFariand, Duncan 


3CW 


McGarry, Thomas William 


llth-14th 


McGhee, Robert 


5th 



1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 



1CW-8CW = Canada West 



lst-35tb = Ontario 



14 



Members 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 • 1991 (Continued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



McGUl. WiUiam 
McGillis, Angus 
McGiverin, William 
McGowan, John 
McGregor, John 
McGuigan, James Rtzgerald 
McGuinty, Dalton James 
McGuinty, Dalton J. P. 
Mcllveen, Charies Elmer 
Mcintosh, John 
Mclntyre, Alexander Fraser 
Mclntyre, Daniel 
Mclntyre, Duncan John 
Mclntyre, Robert 
McKay, Angus 
McKay, George Prevost 
McKay, John 
McKay, Thomas 
McKechnie, Gilbert 
McKee, Thomas 
McKee, WiUiam J. 
McKellar, Archibald 

McKenzie, E)onald 
McKenzie, Hugh 
McKeough, William "Darcy" 
McKeown, Charles Robert 
McKerlie, Daniel 
McKessock, Robert Carson 
McKim, Robert 
McKnight, Michael 
McLachlin, Daniel 
McLaren, Alexander 
McLaughlin, James Wellington 
McLaughlin, John 
McLaws, David 
McLean, Alexander 
McLean, Alexander Daniel 
McLean, AUan 
McLean, Allan Kenneth 
McLean, Alvin Coulter 
McLean, Archibald 
McLean, Murdo Young 
McLenaghan, Nathaniel 
McLeod, James William 
McLeod, John 
McLeod, Lyn 
McLeod, WUliam Duncan 
McMahon, James 
McManus, George 
McMartin, Alexander 
McMeekin, Richard M. 
McMicken, Gilbert 
McMicking, Gilbert 
McMillan, Edward B. 



1st 

17th 

8CW 

2nd-3id 

4UC-6UC 

31st-34th 

34th 

35th 

29th 

12UC-13UC 

3rd 

21st 

5th 

8CW 

6th-9th 

5th 

7th-8th 

12UC-13UC 

7th 

2UC-3UC 

8th-9th 

6CW-8CW; 

lst-3rd 
5th 
7th 

28th-31st 
llth-14th; 16th 
5CW 
30th-33id 
lst-2nd; 4th-5th 
16th 

4CW;7CW 
8th 

4th-6th 
9th 
3rd 

13UC; ICW; 3CW 
17th 

4UC-8UC 
32nd-35th 
18th 

8UC-13UC 
8th 
7th 
15th 
lst-3rd 
34th-35th 
10th 
3rd-7th 
2nd 

6UC-8UC; llUC 
20th 
6CW 

12UC-13UC 
23rd 



McMillan, John Angus 


11th 


McMillen, Andrew Robinson 


18th 


McMonies, James 


8CW 


McMurrich, Hon. John 


1st 


McMurtry, Roland "Roy" 


30th-32nd 


McNabb, James 


5UC;7UC 


McNamara, Joseph 


15th 


McNaught, William Kirlq>atrick 


llth-13th 


McNaughton, Daniel 


7th-8th 


McNaughton, Duncan Alexander 


17th-18th 


McNeU, John 


8th 


McNeU, Ronald Keith 


25th-33Ki 


McNeilledge, Colin 


llUC 


McNichol, David 


8th 


McNie, John Duncan "Jack" 


29th 


McPhee, John Duncan 


21st-24th 


McPherson, David Murdoch 


8th 


McPherson, William David 


12th-14th 


McQueen, James 


13th 


McQuesten, Thomas Baker 


19th-20th 


McQuibban, George Alexander 


17th-19th 


McRae, Duncan 


2nd-3rd 


McVicar, Milton Duncan 


19th-20th 


Meacham, Walter William 


6th-8th 


Mears, Thomas 


5UC-6UC 


Medd, William George 


17th-18th 


Meen, Arthur Kenneth 


28th-30th 


Meinzinger, Joseph Ignatino 


22nd 


Mercer, Cecil George 


20th 


Meredith, William Ralph 


2nd-8th 


Menick, Henry 


2nd-5th 


Merritt, William Hamilton 


11UC-13UC; 




1CW-6CW 


Metcalfe, James Henry 


4th-7th 


Mewhinney, Alexander Patterson 


15th-17th 


Michaud, Joseph 


10th 


Michener, Daniel "Roland" 


22nd 


Miclash, Frank Ranover 


34th-35th 


Middleton, James Taylor 


8th 


MiUard, Charies Hibbert 


21st; 23rd 


Millen, Gordon James 


22nd 


MiUer, Edward Blake 


17th 


Miller, Frank Stuart 


29th-33rd 


Miller, Gordon Irvin 


30th-34th 


Miller, John Classon 


3rd-4th 


Miller, John Stewart 


6th 


Miller, Robert Francis 


17th 


Miller, WUfred Lynn 


19th-21st 


Milligan, John Colbome 


13th; 16th 


Mills, Charles Henry 


13th- 14th 


Mms,Gord 


35th 


Mills, Henry 


15th 


Ming, Edward 


17th 


Miscampbell, Andrew 


7th-10th 


Mitchell, George Herbert 


21st 


nada West lst-35th = Ontario 



1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 



1CW.8CW = 



15 



Members 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 - 1991 (Continued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



Mitchell, John Henry 
Mitchell, Robert C. 
Moffatt, E)ouglas Peter 
Moffatt, Foster Graham 
Monaghan, Gerald Joseph 
Monk, George William 
Monro, George 
Monteith, Andrew 
Monteith, John C. 
Monteith, Joseph Dunsmore 
Monteith, Samuel "Nelson" 
Montgomery, Hugh 
Montgomery, Wesley 
Moore, Elias 
Moore, James Percy 
Moore, John Douglas 
Morel, Henri 

Morgan, Ira 
Morgan, William 
Morin, GUles E. 
Morin, James E. 
Morin, Jules 
Morin-Strom, Karl Avid 
Momingstar, Ellis Price 
Morris, Hon. Alexander 

Morris, James 
Morris, William 
Morrison, Angus 
Morrison, Marshall Bidwell 
Morrison, Joseph Curran 
Morrison, Thomas David 
Morrison. William 
Morrow, Donald Hugo 
Morrow, Mark 
Morton, James 
Moscrip, William Caven 
Mostyn, William 
Mount, Roswell 
Mowat, Oliver 

Mulholland, Robert 
Munro, Ehincan "Paul" 
Munro, Heruy 
Munro, Hugh 
Munro, James S. 
Munro, John W. 
Munro, Lily Oddi 
See also Oddie-Munro, Lily 
Munroe, Malcolm G. 
Murdoch, Bill 
Murdoch, Gilbert Hugh 
Murdoch, William 
Murdock, Sharon 



17th 

31st-33rd 

30th 

17th 

25th 

2nd-7th 

2CW 

lst-2nd 

10th 

16th-18th 

9th; 11th 

nth 

15th 

12UC-13UC 
17th-18th 
7th-8th 
12th-14th; 16th- 

18th 
4th 

4th-6th 
33rd-35th 
5th-6th 

25th-26th; 28th 
33Td-34th 
24th-29th 
7CW-8CW; 3rd- 

5th 

13UC; ICW 
8UC-12UC 
5CW-8CW 
9th- 11th 
3CW-5CW 
12UC-13UC 
17th-18th 
23rd-30th 
35th 
7CW 
9th 
3rd 
llUC 
6CW-8CW; 2nd- 

8th 
5th 

18th-19th 
5CW-8CW 
13th-14th 
lOth-llth 
9th-10th 

33rd-34th 

3rd 

35th 

15th 

21st-26th 

35th 



Mumey, Edmund 



Murphy, Denis 
Murphy, Edward Joseph 
Murphy, Thomas Alexander 
Murray, Thomas 
Murray, Thomas Patrick 
Murray, William Alexander 
Musgrove, Armstrong R 
Musgrove, George Johnston 
Mutrie, John 
Myers, Adam Henry 
Myers, Raymond Munro 



Nairn, Thomas Maclntyre 
Nault, Joseph "Daniel" 
Near, Daniel 
Neelon, Sylvester 
Neely, George Wesley 
Nelles, Robert 

Nesbitt, Arthur Russell 

Nesbitt, Samuel Greerson Murray 

Nesbitt, William Beattie 

Neumann, David Enul 

Newlands, John 

Newman, Bernard 

Newman, James Melvin 

Newman, William 

Nichol, Robert 

Nicholas, Cynthia Maria "Cindy" 

Nickle, William Folger 

Nickle, William McAdam 

NUes, William 

Nixon, Alfred Westland 

Nixon, George Adam 

Nixon, Harry Corwin 

Nixon, John Bradford "Brad" 

Nixon, Robert Retcher 

Nixon, William Glennie 

Noden, William George 

Norman, Robert Addison 

North, Peter 

Norton, Hiram 

Norton, Keith Calder 

Notman, William 

Nuttall, WilmerJohn 



Oakley, George Jr. 
O'Connor, Hamilton Parke 
O'Connor, John Jr. 
O'Connor, Larry 



13UC; ICW- 
2CW; 4CW- 
5CW 
10th 
18th 

17th-22nd 
1st; 4th-6th 
18th-21st 
22nd 
12th-14th 
14th 
8th-9th 
2CW-3CW 
24th-26th 



4th; 6th 
23rd-24th 
4th 

3rd-5th 
llth-13th 
3UC-4UC; 6UC- 
7UC 
16th-19th 
12th-14th 
lOth-llth 
34th 
20th 

26th-33rd 
22nd-23rd 
17th-19th 
6UC-8UC 
34th 

12th; 15th-16th 
24th-26th 
5CW 
llth-14th 
29th 

15th-26th 
34th 

26th-35th 
19th-20th 
24th-27th 
12th-13th 
35th 

11UC-13UC 
30th-32nd 
3CW; 6CW-8CW 
29th 



16th-18th 
4th-7th 
7CW 
35th 



1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 



1CW-8CW = Canada West 



lst-35th = Ontario 



16 



Members 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 - 1991 (Continued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



O'Connor, Terrance P. 'Terry" 
Oddie-Munro, Lily 
See also Munro, Lily Oddie 
O'Donoghue, Daniel John 
Offer, Steven 
Oke, Leslie Warner 
O'Keefe, George 
Olde, Neil Leveme 
Oliver, Adam 
Oliver, Farquhar Robert 
Oliver, Thomas 
O'Neil, Hugh Patrick 
O'NeiU, John 
O'Neill, Yvonne 
Ostrom, Gilbert Wellington 
O'Sullivan, John 
Overall, Cyril Arthur Goodwin 
Owen, Bruce 

Owens, Edward William James 
Owens, Steve 



Pacaud, Gaspaid 
Pardee, Frederick Forsyth 
Pardee, Timothy Blair 
Pardo, Thomas Letson 
Parent, Alexander A. 
Park, George "Eamon" 
Parke, Thomas 
Parker, Thomas Sutherland 
Paikhill, William James 
Parliament, Nelson 
Pamell, Frederick Rymond 
Parrott, Harry Craig 
Parry, George W. 
Partington, Peter 
Paterson, E)onald Alexander 
Paton, Robert 
Patrick, Thomas L. 
Patrick, William 
Patten, Richard Andrew 
Patterson, James Colebrooke 
Patterson, Peter 
Patterson, Robert John 
Patterson, Roland 
Pattie, David 
Pattinson, George 
Pattinson, Richard 
Pattullo, Andrew 
Paul, William James 
Pawling, Benjamin 
Paxton, Thomas 
Peacock, Hugh 
Pearce, Josiah Williams 
Pearson, Peter William 



33rd 

33rd-34th 

2nd-3rd 

33rd-35th 

15th-17th 

8th 

27th-28th 

lst-3rd 

17th-27th 

8CW 

30th-35th 

15th 

34th-35th 

6th 

3rd 

21st 

34th 

13th-14th; 16th 

35th 



6th 

9th 

lst-6th 

8th-10th 

22nd 

23rd 

12UC-13UC;1CW 

8CW 

3rd-4th 

14th-15th 

14th 

29th-31st 

22nd-26th 

33rd 

27th-29th 

7th-8th 

21st-25th 

4CW-7CW 

34th 

3rd 

2nd-4th 

16th 

19th-21st 

8UC 

llth-13th 

6UC 

8th-10th 

llth-12th 

lUC 

lst-4th 

28th 

10th-12th 

17th 



Peck, Edward Armour 
Peck, George Henry 
Peck, Samuel Stanley 
Pelissero, Harry 
Pense, Edward John Barker 
Perruzza, Anthony 
Perry, George 
Perry, Peter 
Peterson, David Robert 
Peterson, Paul 
Petrie, Archibald 
Pfettit, Nathaniel 
Pettypiece, Henry John 
Pharand, George Hector 
Phelps, Orson James 
Philip, Edward Thomas 
Phillips, Gerald Leonard 
Phillips, Mackinnon 
Pich6, Ren6 L. 
Pierce, Franklin "Jack" 
Pilkey, Allan C. 
Pilkey, Clifford George 
Pinard, Joseph Albert 
Pinhey, Hamnett 
Pitman, Walter George 
Pittock, Gordon William 
Playfair, Andrew William 
Playter, Eli 
Poirier, Jean 
Poisson, Paul 
Pollock, James 
Polsinelli, Claudio 
Poole, Dianne 
Pope, Alan William 
Porter, Dana Harris 
Porter, David 

Portman, Maurice Berkeley 
Potter, Richard Thomas 
Pouliot, Gilles 
Powell, Charles Berkeley 
Powell, Israel Wood 
Powell, John A. H. 
PoweU, Walker 
Powell, W^am Frederick 
Pratt, Arthur Clarence 
Preston, Josiah Johnston 
Preston, Richard Franklin 
Preston, Robert Henry 
Preston, Thomas Hiram 
Preston, William Alfred 
Price, Henry Isaac 
Price, Henry James 
Price, James Hervey 
Price, Lloyd H. 
Price, WiUiam Herbert 



13th 

27th 

4th 

34th 

9th-llth 

35th 

lst-2nd 

9UC-12UC; 3CW 

30th-34th 

8UC-10UC 

2CW 

lUC 

9th-10th 

12th 

5th-6th 

30th-35th 

34th-35th 

22nd-26th 

32nd 

33rd 

35th 

28th 

14th-17th 

llUC 

28th 

27th 

6CW 

9UC 

32nd-35th 

17th-18th 

32nd-34th 

33rd-34th 

34th-35th 

31st-34th 

21st-25th 

7th 

7CW 

28th-29th 

33rd-35th 

9th-10th 

1CW-2CW 

13UC 

6CW 

5CW-8CW 

llth-14th 

10th-14th 

8th; llth-14th 

3rd; 5th-7th 

9th-llth 

llth-12th 

18th 

25th-28th 

1CW-3CW 

25th 

14th-19th 



1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 



1CW-8CW = Canada West 



lst-3Sth = Ontario 



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Members 



AlphabeUcal Index of Members 1792 - 1991 (Continued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



Prince, Albert 
Prince, John 
Pringle, John Abbot 
Pritchard, Ada Mary 
Proudfoot, William 
ProuLx, Edmund 
Pryde, Thomas 
Puidy, Jesse Thomas 
Pyne, Robert Allan 



Quilty, Leonard Joseph 



Racine, Damase 

Racine, Horace S. 

Radenhurst, Thomas 

Rae, Robert Keith 

Ramsden, John Cannan 

Ramsay, David James 

Ramsay, Russell Harold 

Randal, Robert 

Randall, Stanley John 

Raney, William "Edgar" 

Rankin, Anthony McGuin 

Rankin, Arthur 

Rankin, David John 

Rathbun, Edward Walter 

Raven, Charles Edmund 

Ray, Michael Charles 

Rayside, James 

Rea, Charles Edward 

Read, George 

Reaume, Arthur John 

Reaume, Joseph Octave 

Reed, Daniel 

Reed, Julian Alexander Amott 

Regan, James Thomas Hammill 

Reid, James 

Reid, John Frederick 

Reid, Norman 

Reid, Thomas "Patrick" 

Reid, Timothy Escott 

Reid, William Henry 

ReiUy, Leonard McKenzie 

Rennie, Frank 

Renwick, James Alexander 

Renwick, Margaret Ellen 

Reuter, Allan Edward 

Reville, David R. 

Reycraft, Douglas Richard 

Reynolds, Hugh Alexander 

Reynolds, Walter Bain 

Rhodes, John Reginald 

Richards, Albert Norton 



2nd 

13UC: 1CW-4CW 

21st-24th 

27th-28th 

12th-14th 

16th-17th 

22nd-25th 

6CW 

9th- 14th 



26lh 



llth-15th 

27th 

lOUC 

32nd-35th 

15th 

33rd-35th 

31st-32nd 

8UC-11UC 

27th-28th 

15th-17th 

13th-16th 

5CW; 7CW-8CW 

25th 

11th 

18th 

34th 

4th-7th 

23rd 

lst-2nd 

24th-27th 

10th-13th 

llth-12th 

30th-32nd 

13th-14th 

7th-10th 

17th-18th 

12th 

28th-32nd 

28 th 

8th-9th 

26th-29th 

15th 

27th-32nd 

28th 

27th-29th 

33id-34th 

33rd-34th 

23rd 

20th-23rd 

29th-31st 

8CW 



Richards, Ste|^n 
Richards, William Buell 
Richardson, Amos Augustus 
Richardson, Charles 
Richardson, Charles Edward 
Richardson, John 
Richardson, Richard 
Richardson, Udney 
Richardson, William 
Rickard, WiUiam 
Riddell, John Keith "Jack" 
Riddell, Robert 
Ridout, George Percival 
Ridout, Thomas 
Riggs, William Charles 
Rizzo, Tony 

Robarts, John Parmenter 
Robb, John Morrow 
Roberts, Archibald "Kelso" 

Roberts, Augustus "Duncan" 
Roberts, Marietta L. D. 
Robertson, Alexander 
Robertson, Alexander Black 
Robertson, Charles Alexander 
Robertson, David 
Robertson, Donald 
Robertson, William 
Robertson, William George 
RobiUard, Alexander 
RobUlard, Honor6 
Robinson, Alan M. 
Robinson, Chaiies 
Robinson, Christopher 
Robinson, Edward 
Robinson, Frederick Oliver 
Robinson, John Beverley 
Robinson, John Beverley Jr. 
Robinson, Leonard "Grieve" 
Robinson, Peter 
Robinson, William 
Robinson, William Benjamin 

Roblin, David 
Roblin, John 
Roblin, John PhUip 

Robson, Lewis "Roscoe" 
Robson, Thomas E. 
Roe, Alexander Hall 
Roebuck, Arthur Wentworth 
Rogers, David McGregor 
Rollins, Clarke Tivy 
Rollo, Walter Ritchie 
Rolph, George 



lst-2nd 

3CW-4CW 

12th 

12UC-13UC 

18th 

8th-10th 

3rd 

13th-14th 

4th 

10th 

29th-34th 

2CW 

4CW 

6UC 

21st 

35th 

24th-28th 

14th; 17th-18th 

21st-22nd; 24th- 

27th 
19th 
34th 
4th 
8th 

17th-20th 
4th 
1st 

21st-22nd 
17th 
6th-8th 
5lh 
32nd 
4th 
2UC 
4th 

21st-23rd 
8UC-10UC 
6CW-7CW 
21st 

7UC-8UC 
2nd-3rd 
11UC-13UC; 

2CW-5CW 
5CW-6CW 
5UC 
11UC-12UC; 

1CW-2CW 
21st-25th 
9th 
5th 

19th-20th 
2UC-6UC; 8UC 
26th-31st 
15th 
lOUC 



1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 



1CW-8CW = Canada West 



lst-35th = Ontario 



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Members 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 • 1991 (Continued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



Rolph, John 

Rcx)t, John Henry Haines 
Rorke, Joseph 
Rose, Baltis 
Rose, Jesse Wright 
Rosevear, John 
Ross, Alexander McLagan 
Ross, Alexander Peter 
Ross, Arthur Edward 
Ross, David Munro 
Ross, Duncan Alexander 
Ross, Duncan Campbell 
Ross, George William 
Ross, James 
Ross, James Alway 
Ross, John Sylvester 
Ross, Walter 
Rotenberg, David 
Routledge, George Albert 
Rowe, Earl W. 
Rowe, Russell Daniel 
Rowe, William Earl 
RoweU, Newton Wesley 
Rowlandson, John 
Rowntree, Henry "Leslie" 
Roy, Albert J. 
Runciman, Robert William 
Ruprecht, Antony M. "Tony" 
Russell, Joseph 
Russell, Samuel 
Ruston, Richard Fletcher 
Ruttan, Henry 
Ryerson, George Sterling 
Ryerson, William 
Rykert, Arthur Frederick 
Rykert, George 
Rykert, John Charles 

Rymal, Jacob 
Rymal, Joseph 



St. Denis, Joseph 
St. John, Joseph Wesley 
Sale, Howard Julian 
Salmon, William 
Salsberg, Joseph Banich 
Samis, George Roy 
Samson, James Hunter 
Sandercock, William "Elmer" 
Sandeman, Gillian Ann 
Sanderson, James Alfred 
Sandy, Frederick George 
Sangster, James Alexander 



9UC-10UC; 13UC; 

4CW-5CW 
24th-29th 
6th-7th 
4th 
4CW 
3rd-4th 
3rd-6th 
5th 

13th-15th 
15th-18th 
15th 

llth-12th 
5th-llth 
5CW-6CW 
12th 

7CW-8CW 
8CW 
31st-32nd 
10th 
33rd 

27th-31st 
16th 

13th-14th 
19th 

25th-28th 
29th-32nd 
32nd-35th 
32nd-35th 
14th 
9th-10th 
28th-32nd 
8UC; 13UC 
7th-8th 
7CW 
14th 

12UC-13UC 
6CW-7CW; 1st- 

3rd 
12UC 
6CW-8CW 



18th 

8th; lOth-llth 

22nd 

13UC 

21st-24th 

29th-32nd 

10UC-12UC 

23rd-27th 

30th 

18th 

15th; 17th 

16th-19th 



Sargent, Edward Carson 

Savage, James M. 

Scratcherd, John 

Scholfield, Henry Chadwick 

Schwenger, William Frederick 

Scoble, John 

Scollick, William 

Scott, Harold Robinson 

Scott, Ian G. 

Scott, John 

Scott, Merton Elvin 

Scott, Reid 

Scott, Richard William 

Scott, Thomas 

Scott, William 

Scott, William Hepburn 

Scrivener, Margaret 

Secord, David 

Secord, George 

Seguin, Charles Avile 

Senn, John 

Sewell, George David 

Sexton, William 

Seymour, Benjamin 

Shade, Absalom 

Shanly, Walter 

Sharpe, Donald 

Sharpe, James 

Shaver, Alexander Laurence 

Shaver, Peter 

Shaw, James 

Shaw, John 

Shaw, William McNaim 

Shearer, Robert Austin 

Sheppard, HowanJ Nicholas 

Sherwood, George 

Sherwood, Henry 

Sherwood, Levius P. 

Sherwood, Samuel 

Shibley, Jacob 

Shields, George Sylvester 

Shillington, Robert Taylor 

Shore, Marvin Leonard 

Shore, William 

Short, Thomas 

Shulman, Morton 

Shymko, Yuri R. 

Silipo, Antonio V. G. 'Tony" 

Sills, Ephraim George 

Simonett, John Richard "Jack" 

Simpson, John 

Simpson, Leonard Jennett 



27th-33rd 

8th 

5CW-6CW 

13th; 17lh-18th 

19th-20th 

7CW-8CW 

9UC 

21st-25th 

33rd-35th 

3CW 

17th 

23id 

6CW-7CW; 1st- 

2nd 
lst-3rd 
6CW 
2nd-4th 
29th-32nd 
5UC;7UC 
1st 
18th 
8th 

15th-16th 
lst-3rd 
2CW-4CW 
llUC; 13UC 
8CW 
14th 
7th 

17th-18th 
8UC; 10UC-13UC 
4CW-5CW 
12th 
1st 
14th 

32nd-33rd 
1CW-3CW; 6CW- 

7CW 
13UC; 1CW-4CW 

6UC; 8UC 

3UC-4UC 

12UC 

17th-18th 

12th-13th 

30th 

8th 

6CW 

28th-29th 

32nd-33rd 

35th 

5th 

26th-28th 

6CW-8CW 

18th-20th 



1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 



ICW-gCW = Canada West 



lst-35th = Ontario 



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Members 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 - 1991 (Continued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



Sinclair, Donald 

Sinclair, John Wllliam 

Sinclair, Victor Albert 

Sinclair, William Edmund Newton 

Singer, Ephraim Frederick 

Singer, Vernon Milton 

Skinner, Frederick James 

Slack, Thomas Kerr 

Sloat, Ann 

Small, James Edward 

Smellie, Thomas Stewart Traille 

Smith, Alexander Mortimer 

Smith, Austin Burton 

Smith, Charies N^ier 

Smith, David William 

Smith, David William 

Smith, Elizabeth "Joan" 

Smith, Elmer Roy 

Smith, George Joseph 

Smith, Gordon Els worth 

Smith, Harmannus 

Smith, Hon. Sir Henry 

Smith, Henry Jr. 

Smith, Henry Dolphus 

Smith, Hugh 

Smith, James 

Smith, James Sinclair 

Smith, John 

Smith, John 

Smith, John David 

Smith, John David 

Smith, John Roxborough 

Smith, John Shuter 

Smith, Justus "Albert" 

Smith, Peter 

Smith, Richard Stanley 

Smith, Sidney 

Smith, Stuart Lyon 

Smith, Thomas 

Smith, Wilfred Davy 

Smye, Frederick Thomas 

Smyth, George 

Smyth, George Byron 

Smyth, William Ross 

Smythe, Edward H. 

Snetsinger, John Goodall 

Snider, Elias Weber Bingeman 

Snider, Fred S. 

Snow, James Wilfred 

Sola, John Domagoj 

Sopha, Elmer Walter 

Sorbara, Gregory 

South, Laurence George "Larry" 

Southwick, George 



lst-4th 
19th-20th 
14th 

13th; 15th-19th 
18th 

26th-30th 
17th-18th 
15th; 17th-18th 
32nd 

12UC-13UC; 
1CW-2CW 
llth-12th 
8CW 
18th 

lOth-llth 
1UC-3UC 
33id-34th 
33rd-34th 
21st 

17th-18th 
28th-31st 
12UC; 1CW-3CW 
1st 

1CW-6CW 
1st 

6th-7th 
3CW-5CW 
lst-2nd 
1st 

7th-llth 
lOUC 
3rd 

28th-30th 
7CW-8CW 
20th 
15th 

27th-30th 
5CW-6CW 
30th-32nd 
2UC 
19th 

17th-18th 
17th 
6th-7th 
10th-12th 
8th 

2nd-3rd 
4th-7th 
10th 

28th-32nd 
34th-35th 
26th-28th 
33id-35th 
33rd-34th 
5CW 



Sovereign, Philip 
Spence, Franklin Harford 
Spence, John Purvis "Jack" 
Spence, Robert 
Spencer, Hazelton 
Spensieri, Midiael A. 
Spooner, Joseph "Wilfrid" 
Sprague, John Allison 
Springer, Moses 
Stales, Samuel Sanford 
Staples, Wellesley Wilson 
Stedman, Egerton Reuben 
Steel, Harry 
Steele, Elmes 
Stephenson, Bette M 
Sterling, Norman William 
Stevenson, David Barker 
Stevenson, Hugh Allan 
Stevenson, John 
Stevenson, Kenneth "Ross" 
Stewart, Falkner Cornwall 
Stewart, Harry AUan 
Stewart, Neil 
Stewart, William 
Stewart, William Atcheson 
Stewart, WiUiam James 

Stinson, John 
Stinson, Thomas Henry 
Stirton, David 
Stock, Thomas 
Stock, Valentine 
Stockwell, Chris 
Stokes, John Edward "Jack" 
Stoner, Norah Jane 
Stong, Alfred Joseph 
Stover, Kenneth Spenser 
Strachan, Ian Thompson 
Strachan, James McGUl 
Strange, Charies Alfred 
Strange, John 
Strange, Maxwell W. 
Stratton, James Robert 
Street, Samuel 
Street, Thomas Qark 
Strickland, James Fordyce 
Striker, Gideon 
Stringer, Warren Milton 
Stuart, Alexander 
Studholme, AUan 
Sullivan, Barbara 
Sulman, George William 
Summerville, William Arthur 
Supple, Jc^ 
Sutheriand, E)onald 



5UC 

16th-18th; 20th 
25th-30th 
5CW 
lUC 
32nd 
25th-27th 
6th-7th 
lst-4th 
15th 
18th 

16th-18th 
21st 
ICW 
30th-33id 
31st-35th 
3CW-5CW 
15th 
1st 

32nd-33rd 
6th 

21st-23rd 
2CW 

1CW-2CW 
25th-29th 
20th-22nd; 24th- 
25th 

5UC-6UC 
7th 

6CW-8CW 
3rd 

10th; 12th 
35th 

28th-32nd 
34th 

30th-31st 
15th 

19th-20th 
ICW 
21st 
12UC 
1st 

6th- 10th 
2UC; 5UC 
4CW; 7CW-8CW 
18th 
2nd-4th 
15th 

16th-17th 
llth-14th 
34th-35th 
12th-14th 
20th 

5CW;lst 
lOth-llth 



1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 



1CW.8CW = Canada West 



lst-35th = Ontario 



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Members 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 - 1991 (Continued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



Sutheriand, Kimble 


35th 


Tooms, Thomas 


15th 


Sutheriand, Robert 


13th 


TorraiKe, James 


llth-14th 


Sutton, Richard E. 


25th-26th 


Treleaven, Richard L. 


32nd-33rd 


Swarbriclc, Anne 


35th 


Trewartha, Nelson William 


16th 


Swart, Melvin Leroy 


30th-34th 


Trotter, James Beecham 


26th-28th 


Swayze, Chaiies Fletcher 


15th 


Trottier, Adelaid Charles 


19th-20th 


Swayze, Isaac 


lUC; 3UC-4UC; 


Trow, James 


1st 




6UC-7UC 


Troy, Martin "Leo" 


26th-27th 


Sweeney, John Roland 


30th-34th 


Truax, Reuben Eldridge 


8th- 10th; 12th 


Sweet, Aaron 


16th 


Tucker, George 


8th 


Swinarton, Thomas 


1st 


Tucker, James 


8th-llth 






Tudhope, James Brockett 


10th-12th 






TumbuU, David 


35th 


Tait, Joseph 


7th 


Turner, John Melville 


29th; 31st-33rd 


Talbot. Marcus 


6CW 


Tweed, Sydney Charles 


18th 


Tanner, Garnet Edward 


19th 






Tatham, Charles Murray 


34th 






Taylor, Calvin Howard 


21st-23rd 


Vanalstine, Peter 


lUC 


Taylor, David James 


15th-19th 


Vandusen, Harold A. 


14th 


Taylor, George William 


31st-32nd 


Van Home, Ronald George 


31st-34th 


Taylor, James A. 


29th-33rd 


VanKoughnet, Philip 


7UC-9UC; llUC 


Taylor, Josias 


12UC 


Vaughan, Marshall 


16th-18th 


Taylor, Paul P. 


29th 


Velshi, Murad 


34th 


Taylor, Richard AUan Hugh 


27th 


Villeneuve, Noble A. 


32nd-35th 


Taylor, Robert "Hobbs" 


21st-22nd 


Villeneuve, Osie F. 


23rd-25th; 27th- 


Taylor, William Henry 


8th-10th 




32nd 


Tellier, Edward Phillip 


16th 


Vivian, Reginald Percival 


21st-22nd 


Temple, William Horace 


23rd 


Vrooman, Adam Edward 


13th 


Terry, Parshal 


lUC 


Vrooman, John Perry 


16th 


Terry, William 


lOUC 






Tett, Benjamin 


6CW-7CW; 1st 






Thorn, Alexander 


12UC 


Walker, Albert Thomas 


15th 


Thomas, Retcher Stewart 


22nd-25th 


Walker, Albert V. 


27th 


Thomas, Thomas David 


23rd-26th 


Walker, Gordon Wayne 


29th; 31st-32nd 


Thompson, Alfred Burke 


9th;llth-14th 


Walker, Hamilton 


9UC 


Thompson, Andrew Joseph Ernest 


26th-27th 


Walker, Harold William 


23rd 


Thompson, David 


1CW-3CW; 8CW 


Wallbridge, Lewis 


6CW-8CW 


Thompson, Hugh Christopher 


9UC-11UC 


Wallbridge, Thomas Campbell 


8CW 


Thompson, James 


12th-14th 


Wallis, Arthur Gladstone 


16th 


Thompson, Joseph Elijah 


15th-17th 


Wallis, John 


1st 


Thompson, Robert Adam 


lOth-llth 


Walsh, Aquila 


7CW-8CW 


Thompson, Thomas Alfred 


16th-17th 


Walsh, Francis Leigh 


8UC-9UC; 12UC 


Thompson, Timothy 


2UC-3UC; 6UC 


Walsh. Wallace W. 


21st 


Thompson, Wesley Gardiner 


21st-22nd 


Walters, Harry Lindley 


23rd 


Thompson, William 


9UC 


Ward, Andrew Thomas 


24th 


Thomson, Edward William 


13UC 


Ward, Brad 


35th 


Thorbum, David 


12UC-13UC; ICW 


Ward, Christopher Campbell 


33rd-34th 


Thombeny, Robert Desmond 


21st; 23rd 


Ward, Marjory 


35th 


Thorpe, Robert 


4UC 


Wardell, Thomas Atkins 


9th 


Thrasher, Ivan William 


27th 


Wardle, Thomas Alfred 


29th 


Tllson, David 


35th 


Wardrope, George Calvin 


24th-27th 


Timbrell, E)ennis Roy 


29th-33rd 


Wark-Martyn, Shelley 


35th 


Tlsdelle, Alphonse George 


15th 


Warner. David William 


30th-31st; 33rd; 


Tolmie, James Craig 


14th-15th 




35th 


Tooley, Richard 


2nd-4th: 6th-7th 


Warren. Frederick Wilson 


21st 


1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 


1CW-8CW = 


: Canada West 


lst-35th = Ontario 



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Members 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 - 1991 (Continued) 
Legislature Members Legislature 



Warren, John 


llUC 


Williams, James Miller 


lst-3rd 


Warren, Ralph Melville 


15th 


Williams, John Reesor 


30th-32nd 


Wanender, William Kenneth 


24th-26th 


Williams, John Tucker 


1CW-2CW 


Washburn, Ebenezer 


3UC-4UC 


Willoughby, William Armson 


6th-8th;10th-llth 


Waters, Albeit Victor 


17th-18th 


Wills, Thomas 


3rd 


Waters. Charles 


12UC 


WUlson, Crowel 


4CW; 8CW 


Waters, Dan 


35th 


Willson, James 


5UC; 8UC-10UC; 


Waters, John 


4th-7th 




12UC 


Watson, Andrew Naismith 


31st-32nd 


Willson, John 


5UC-6UC; 8UC- 


Watson, Edgar 


15th 




12UC 


Watterworth, John 


2nd-4th 


Willson, William Gore 


16th-18th 


Weager, Jacob 


3UC 


Wilmot, Henry 


5th-6th 


Weaver, Everett Lane 


24th 


Wilmot, Samuel Street 


8UC 


Webb, William WUson 


2nd 


Wilson, Adam 


6CW-7CW 


Webster, James 


2CW-3CW 


Wilson, Crowel 


5UC 


Webster, Jonah Moorehouse 


15th 


Wilson, Frank Worthington 


16th-18th 


Webster, William Gourlay 


21st-22nd 


Wilson, Fred 


35th 


Weekes, WiUiam 


4UC 


Wilson, Gary 


35th 


Weichel, William George 


16th-17th 


Wilson, Gordon Crooks 


12th 


Welch, Robert Stanley 


27th-32nd 


Wilson, James 


1st 


Wells, James Pearson 


8CW 


WDson, James "Frederick" 


22nd 


Wells, Rupert Mearse 


2nd-4th 


Wilson, Jim 


35th 


Wells, Thomas Leonard 


27th-32nd 


Wilson, John 


2CW-3CW; 5CW 


Welsh, George "Arthur" 


22nd-24th 


Wilson, John Cameron 


17th-18th 


Welsh, Harold Edward 


19th-20th 


Wilson, John Henry 


2nd-3id 


Werden, Asa 


llUC 


Wilson, Mavis 


34th 


Wessenger, Paul 


35th 


Wilson, Sidney James 


18th 


Westbrook, John Wesley 


13th 


Wilson, William 


llUC 


Wetenhall, John 


3CW 


Winkler, Eric Alfred 


28th-29th 


Whicher, Ross Mackenzie 


25th-27th 


Winninger, David 


35th 


White, Andrew Thomas 


9th 


Wintermeyer, John Joseph 


25th-26th 


White, Drummond 


35th 


Wiseman, Douglas Jack 


29th-34th 


White, James George 


23id 


Wiseman, Jim 


35th 


White, John 


lUC 


Wishart, Arthur Allison 


27th-28th 


White, John 


4CW; 6CW-8CW 


Wismer, Leslie Emery 


21st: 23id 


White, John Howard 


26th-29th 


Witmer, Elizabeth 


35th 


White, Reuben 


8UC-9UC;11UC 


Wong, Robert Charles 


34th 


White, Solomon 


3rd-5th; 7th 


Wood, Alpheus Field 


5th-7th 


Whitesides, Thomas Richard 


12th-13th 


Wood, Edmund Burke 


8CW; lst-2nd 


Whitney, James Hiny 


6th-14th 


Wood,Len 


35th 


Whitney, Norris Eldon Howe 


24th-28th 


Wood, Samuel Casey 


2nd-4th 


Wickens, Charles 


13UC 


Wood, William Bruce 


6th-8th 


Widdifield, John Wesley 


14th-17th 


Woodniff, Richard 


13UC 


Widdifield, Joseph Henry 


3rd-6th 


Woodniff, WilUam 


lOUC 


Wigle, Ebon Rinaldo 


16th 


Woods, Joseph 


1CW-2CW 


Wigle, Lambert Peter 


14th; 19th 


Woolverton, Dennis 


12UC 


Wigle, Lewis 


3rd-4th 


Worton, Harry A. 


25th-32nd 


Wigle, Solomon 


1st 


Wren, Albert 


24th-26th 


Wildman, Charles Jackson "Bud" 


30th-35th 


Wright, Amos 


4CW-8CW 


Wilkinson, John Alexander 


9UC-10UC; 12UC 


Wright, Charles Ernest 


16th-17th 


Wilkinson, Richard Norton 


2UC 


Wright, George 


4CW 


Wilkinson, Walter Butler 


4UC 


Wright, Samuel Thomas 


17th-18th 


Willcocks, Joseph 


4UC-6UC 


Wrye, William Munro 


32nd-34th 


Williams, Arthur Henry 


21st 


Wylie, Thomas 


6th-7th 


Williams, Arthur Trefusis Heneage 


! lst-2nd 






1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 


1CW-8CW = 


: Canada West 


lst-3Sth = Ontario 



22 



Alphabetical Index of Members 1792 - 1991 (Continued) 



Members Le 


gislature 


Members 


Legislature 


Yager, Henry W. 


12UC 


Young, James 


6UC 


Yakabuski, Paul Joseph 


27th-33id 


Young, James 


4th-5th 


Yaremko, John 


24th-29th 






Yielding, Agar 


5CW 










2Semba, Edward J. 


30th-31st 


Young, Fred Matthews 


27th-31st 


Tiemha. Elaine 


35th 



1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 



1CW-8CW = Canada West 



lst-35th = Ontario 



23 



Alphabetical List of Electoral Districts 1792-1991 



Electoral District 


Legislature 


Electoral District 


Legislature 


Addington 


lst-24th 


Dufferin-Peel 


34th-35th 


Algoma 


lst-5th; lOth-1 8th; 28th- 


Dufferin-Simcoe 


19th-33Td 




35th 


Dundas 


1UC-13UC; ICW- 


Algotna East 


5th-9th 




8CW;lst-18th 


Algoma-Manitoulin 


19th-35th 


E)urham 


8UC-13UC; ICW- 


Algoma West 


5th-9th 




4CW; 17th-29th 


Armourdale 


27th-33rd 


Durham Centre 


34th-35th 


Beadles 


17th-27th 


Durham East 


6CW-8CW; lst-16th; 


Beaches- Woodbine 


28th-35th 




30th-35th 


Bellwoods 


17th-33rd 


Durham North 


30th 


Bothwell 


lst-2nd 


Durham West 


5CW-8CW; lst-16th; 


Bracondale 


17th-27th 




30th-35th 


Brampton 


30th-33rd 


Durham- York 


30th-35th 


Brampton North 


34th-35th 


Durham, York East 




Brampton South 


34th-35th 


& Simcoe 


3UC-4UC 


Brant 


19th-29th 


E)urham, York 




Brant County 


17th-18th 


& Lincoln. 1st R. 


1UC-2UC 


Brant East 


5CW-8CW 


Eglinton 


17th-35th 


Brant-Haldimand 


34th-35th 


Elgin 


19th-35th 


Brant North 


1st- 16th 


Elgin East 


5CW-8CW; 1st- 18th 


Brant-Oxfoid-Norfolk 


30th-33rd 


Elgin West 


5CW-8CW; 1st- 18th 


Brant South 


lst-16th 


Erie 


30th-33id 


Brant West 


5CW-8CW 


Essex 


3UC-13UC; ICW- 


Brantford 


17th-35th 




8CW; lst-2nd 


Brock 


30th-33Td 


Essex-Kent 


28th-29th; 34th-35th 


Brockton 


17th-18th 


Essex North 


3rd-27th; 30th-33rd 


Brockville 


11UC-13UC; ICW- 


Essex South 


3rd-35th 




8CW; lst-18th 


Etobicoke 


27th-33rd 


Bruce 


19th-27th; 34th-35th 


Etobicoke-Humber 


34th-35th 


Bruce Centre 


6th-13th 


Etobicoke-Lakeshore 


34th-35th 


Bruce North 


lst-18th 


Etobicoke-Rexdale 


34th-35th 


Bruce South 


lst-18th 


Etobicoke West 


34th-35th 


Bruce West 


14th-16th 


Forest Hill 


27th 


Burlington South 


30th-35th 


Fort William 


12th-35th 


Bytown(Town) 


1CW-5CW 


Fort William 




Cambridge 


30th-35th 


& Lake of the Woods 


lOth-llth 


Cardwell 


Ist-llth 


Fort York 


34th-35th 


Carleton 


8UC-13UC; ICW- 


Frontenac 


3UC-13UC; ICW- 




8CW; lst-35th 




8CW; lst-16th 


Carleton East 


28th-35th 


Frontenac- Addington 


25th-35th 


Carleton Grenville 


30th-33rd 


Frontenac-Lennox 


17th-18th 


Chatham-Kent 


28th-35th 


Glengarry 


5UC-13UC; ICW- 


Cochrane 


14th-16th 




8CW; lst-29th 


Cochrane North 


17th-35th 


Glengary & Prescott 


3UC-4UC 


Cochrane South 


17th-35th 


Glengaiy, IstR. 


1UC-2UC 


Cornwall 


12UC-13UC; ICW- 


Glengary, 2nd R. 


1UC-2UC 




8CW;lst-5th;30th- 


Greenwood 


17th-18th 




35th 


Grenville 


1UC-13UC; ICW- 


Cornwall & Stormont 


6th 




4CW; 6th-18th 


Don Mills 


27th-35th 


Grenville-Dundas 


19th-29th 


Dovercourt 


17th-35th 


Grenville South 


5CW-8CW; lst-5th 


Downsview 


27th-35th 


Grey 


5CW-8CW; 30th-35th 


Dufferin 


3rd-18th 


Grey-Bruce 


28th-33rd 



1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 



1CW-8CW = Canada West 



lst-35tb = Ontario 



24 



Alphabetical List of Electoral Districts 1792-1991 (Continued) 



Electoral District 



Legislature 



Electoral District 



Legislature 



Grey Centre 
Grey East 
Grey North 
Grey South 
Guelph 
Haldimand 

Haldimand-Norfolk 
Halton 

Halton-Burlington 
Halton Centre 
Halton East 
Halton North 
Halton West 
Hamilton 

Hamilton (Town) 
Hamilton Centre 
Hamilton East 
Hamilton Mountain 
Hamilton- Wentworth 
Hamilton West 
Hastings 

Hastings East 
Hastings North 
Hastings-Peterborough 
Hastings South 
Hastings West 
Hastings & 

Ameliasburgh (Twp.) 
Hastings & Northumberland 
High Park 
High Park-Swansea 
Humber 
Huron 



Huron-Bruce 
Huron & Bruce 
Huron Centre 
Huron East 
Huron- Middlesex 
Huron North 
Huron South 
Huron West 
Kenora 
Kent 



Kent East 
Kent-Elgin 
Kent West 
Kingston 



6th-16th 

3rd-5th 

lst-27th 

lst-29th 

34th-35th 

11UC-13UC; ICW- 

8CW; lst-18th 
19th-33rd 
7UC-13UC; 3CW- 

8CW; lst-27th 
30th-33rd 
34th-35th 

1CW-2CW; 28th-29th 
34th-35th 

1CW-2CW; 28th-29th 
12UC-13UC; 2CW- 

8CW; lst-7th 
ICW 
17th-35th 
8th-35th 
28th-35th 
19th-27th 

8th-18th; 28th-35th 
8UC-13UC; ICW- 

5CW; 28th-29th 
lst-27th 

5CW-8CW; lst-18th 
30th-35th 
5CW-8CW 
lst-27th 

5UC-7UC 
1UC-4UC 
17th-29th 
30th-35th 
27th-33rd 
12UC-13UC; ICW- 

4CW; 19th-29th; 

34th-35th 
19th-33rd 
5CW-8CW 
12th-16th 
3rd-llth 
30th-33rd 
lst-2nd; 12th-18th 
lst-18th 
3rd-llth 
12th-35th 
1UC-13UC; ICW- 

8CW; lst-2nd: 

28th-29th 
3rd-27th 
30th-33rd 
3rd-27th 
2CW-8CW; lst-27th 



Kingston (Town) 
Kingston & the Islands 
Kitchener 
Kitchener- Wilmot 
Lake Nipigon 
Lakeshore 
Lambton 

Lambton East 
Lambton West 
Lanark 

Lanark North 
Lanark-Renfrew 
Lanark South 
Lawrence 
Leeds 

Leeds & Frontenac 
Leeds-GrenvUle 
Leeds North 

& Grenville North 
Leeds South 
Lennox 

Lennox & Addington 
Lenox, Hastings 

& Northumberland 
Lincoln 
Lincoln, IstR. 
Lincoln, 1st R. & Haldimand 
Lincoln, 1st & 2nd R. 
Lincoln, 2nd R. 

Lincoln, 2nd & 3rd R. 
Lincoln. 2nd, 3rd & 4th R. 
Lincoln, 3rd R. 

Lincoln, 4th R. 
Lincob, 4th R. & Norfolk 
Lincoln North 
Lincoln South 
London 

London (Town) 
London Centre 
London North 
London South 
Manitoulin 
Markham 
Middlesex 

Middlesex East 
Middlesex North 
Middlesex South 
Middlesex West 



8UC-13UC; ICW 

28lh-35th 

28th-35th 

30th-35th 

30th-35th 

27th-33rd 

5CW-8CW; lst-2nd; 

28th-35th 
3rd-27th 
3rd-27th 
9UC-13UC; ICW- 

4CW; 19th-33rd 
5CW-8CW; lst-18th 
34th-35th 

5CW-8CW; 1st- 18th 
34th-35th 
3UC-13UC; ICW- 

4CW; 6th-33rd 
1UC-2UC 
34th-35th 

5CW-8CW; lst-5th 
5CW-8CW; lst-5th 
lst-16th 
3UC-13UC: 1CW-8CW 

1UC-2UC 

3CW-8CW; lst-35th 

6UC-9UC; 11UC-13UC 

5UC 

lOUC 

1UC-2UC; 5UC-8UC; 

12UC-13UC 
9UC; llUC 
3UC-4UC 
1UC-2UC; 5UC-8UC; 

10UC;12UC-13UC 
5UC-13UC 
1UC-2UC 
1CW-2CW 
1CW-2CW 
6CW-8CW; lst-16th; 

19th-24th 
13UC: 1CW-5CW 
30th-35th 

17th-18th; 25th-35th 
17th-18th; 25th-35th 
10th-18th 
34th-35th 
8UC-13UC; ICW- 

4CW; 30th-35th 
5CW-8CW; lst-16th 
lst-29th 
19th-29th 
5CW-8CW; lst-18th 



1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 



1CW-8CW = Canada West 



lst-35th = Ontario 



25 



Alphabetical List of Electoral Districts 1792-1991 (Continued) 



Electoral District 



Legislature 



Electoral District 



Legislature 



Mississauga East 

Mississauga North 

Mississauga South 

Mississauga West 

Monck 

Muskoka 

Muskoka-Geoigian Bay 

Muskoka-Ontario 

Muskoka & Pany Sound 

Nepean 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls 
Niagara South 
Nickel Belt 
Nipissing 
Nipissing East 
Nipissing West 
Norfolk 



Norfolk North 
Norfolk South 
Northumberland 

Northumberland & Duiham 

Northumberland East 

Northumbeiland North 

Northumberland South 

Northumberland West 

Oakville 

Oakville South 

Oakwood 

Ontario 

Ontario North 

Ontario South 

Ontario & Addington 

Oriole 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Ottawa Centre 

Ottawa East 

Ottawa North 

Ottawa-Rideau 

Ottawa South 

Ottawa West 

Oxford 

Oxford, Middlesex & Norfolk 

Oxford & Middlesex 

Oxford North 

Oxford South 

Parkdale 

Parry Sound 



30th-35th 

30th-35th 

30th-35th 

34th-35th 

lst-13th 

6th-18th; 25th-33rd 

34th-35th 

19th-24th 

3rd-5th 

34th-35th 

9UC-13UC; ICW- 

8CW; lst-2nd 
14th-35th 
34th-35th 
25th-35th 
7th-9th;12th-35th 
lOth-llth 
lOth-llth 
5UC-13UC; ICW- 

8CW; 17th-18th; 

34th-35th 
1st- 16th 
1st- 16th 
8UC-13UC; 3CW- 

4CW; 17th-35th 
5UC-7UC 

5CW-8CW; lst-16th 
1CW-2CW 
1CW-2CW 
5CW-8CW; lst-16th 
30th-33rd 
34th-35th 
30th-35th 
19th-29th 

5CW-8CW; lst-18th 
5CW-8CW; lst-18th; 

28th-29th 
1UC-2UC 
30th-35th 
25th-35th 

6CW-8CW; Ist-llth 
28th-35th 
12th-35th 
17th-18th 
34th-35th 
17th-35th 

12th-16th; 25th-35th 
8UC-13UC; ICW- 

4CW; 19th-35th 
3UC-4UC 
5UC-7UC 

5CW-8CW; lst-18th 
5CW-8CW: lst-18th 
14th-35th 
6th-35th 



Peel 

Peel North 

Peel South 

Perth 

Perth North 

Perth South 

Peterborough 

Peterborough City 

Peterborough County 

Peterborough East 

Peterborough West 

Port Arthur 

Port Arthur & Rainy River 

Prescott 



Prescott & Russell 
Prince Edward 



Prince Edward (except 
Ameliasburgh, Twp.) 

Prince Edward 
& Adolphus (Twp.) 

Prince Edward-Lennox 
- South Hastings 

Quinte 

Rainy River 

Renfirew 

Renfrew North 

Renfrew South 

Riverdale 

Russell 

S-D-G & East Grenville 

St. Andrew 

St. Andrew-St. Patrick 

St. Catharines 

St. Catharines-Brock 

St. David 

St. George 

St. George-St David 

St. Patrick 

Sandwich-Riverside 

Sainia 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Scarborough-Agincourt 

Scarborough Centre 

Scarborough East 

Scarborough-Ellesmere 

Scarborough North 

Scarborough West 

Sherboume 

Simcoe 



5CW-8CW; lst-27th 

28th-29th 

28th-29th 

5CW-8CW; 19th-35th 

lst-18th 

lst-18th 

3CW-8CW; 19th-35th 

17th-18th 

17th-18th 

lst-16th 

lst-16th 

12th-35th 

lOth-llth 

5UC-7UC; 12UC- 

13UC; 1CW-8CW; 

lst-27th 
8UC-llUC;28th-35th 
3UC-4UC; 8UC-13UC; 

1CW-8CW; 1st- 

18th 

5UC-7UC 

1UC-2UC 

19th-34th 
28th-35th 
12th-35th 
5CW-8CW 
lst-35th 
lst-33rd 
14th-35th 

12UC-13UC; ICW- 
8CW; lst-27th 
35th 

17th-27th 
28th-35th 

14th-18th; 28th-35th 
34th-35th 
17th-33rd 
17th-33rd 
34th-35th 
17th - 27th 
28th-29th 
28th-35th 
10th-35th 
34th-35th 
27th-35th 
27th-35th 
30th-35th 
27th-35th 
27th-35th 
17th 

10UC-13UC; 
1CW-4CW 



1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 



1CW.8CW = Canada West 



lst-35th = Ontario 



26 



Alphabetical List of Electoral Districts 1792-1991 (Continued) 



Electoral District 



Legislature 



Electoral District 



Legislature 



Simcoe Centre 
Simcoe East 
Simcoe North 
Simcoe South 
12th-16th 
Simcoe Southwest 
Simcoe West 
Stonnont 



Stormont & Russell 
Stonnont, Ehindas 

& Glengarry 
Sturgeon Falls 
Sudbury 
Sudbury East 
Suffolk & Essex 
Temiskaming 
Thunder Bay 
Umiskaming 
Toronto 
Toronto (City) 

Toronto East 



Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 



East - Seat "A" 
East - Seat "B" 
North 

North - Seat "A" 
North - Seat "B" 
Northeast - Seat "A" 
Northeast - Seat "B" 
Northwest - Seat "A" 
Northwest - Seat "B" 
South 

South - Seat "A" 
South - Seat "B" 
Southeast - Seat "A" 
Southeast - Seat "B" 
Southwest - Seat "A" 
Southwest - Seat "B" 
West 



Toronto West - Seat "A" 
Toronto West - Seat "B" 
Victoria 
Victoria East 
Victoria-Haliburton 
Victoria North 
Victoria South 
Victoria West 
Waterloo 
Waterioo North 
Waterioo South 
WeUand 



6th-35th 
3rd-35th 

5CW-8CW; lst-2nd 
5CW-8CW; lst-5th; 

17th-18th 

3rd-16th; 34th-35th 
1UC-2UC; 8UC-13UC; 

1CW-8CW; 1st- 

5th; 7th-29th 
3UC-7UC 

30th-35th 

12th-18th 

12th-35th 

28th-35th 

1UC-2UC 

12th-16th 

28th-29th 

17th-35th 

6th-7th 

12UC-13UC; ICW- 

6CW 
7CW-8CW; lst-5th; 

8th- 11th 
12th-13th 
12th-13th 
8th-llth 
12th-13th 
12th-13th 
14th-16th 
14th-16th 
14th-16th 
14th-16th 
8th-llth 
12th-13th 
12th-13th 
14th-16th 
14th-16th 
14th-16th 
14th-16th 
7CW-8CW; lst-5th; 

8th-llth 
12th-13th 
12th-13th 

5CW-8CW; 19th-27th 
6th-13th 
28th-35th 
lst-5th; 14th-18th 
lst-5th; 14th-18th 
6th- 13th 
3CW-4CW 
5CW-8CW; lst-35th 
6CW-8CW; lst-29th 
3CW-8CW; lst-30th 



Welland South 
Welland-Thorold 
Wellington 
Wellington Centre 
Wellington-Du fferin 
Wellington-Du fferin-Peel 
Wellington East 
Wellington North 

Wellington Northeast 
Wellington South 
Wellington West 
Wentworth 

Wentworth East 
Wentworth North 

Wentworth South 

Willowdale 

Wilson Heights 

Windsor 

Windsor East 

Windsor-Riverside 

Windsor-Sandwich 

Windsor- Walkerville 

Windsor West 

Woodbine 

York 

York (Town) 

York, 1st R. 

York, 2nd R. 

York, 3rd R. 

York, 4th R. 

York Centre 
York East 

York East & Simcoe 
York-Forest HiU 
York-Humber 
York Mills 
York North 
York-Scarborough 
York & Simcoe 
York South 
York West 

York West, Lincoln 
IstR. &Haldimand 

York West, Saltfleet, 
Ancaster&C. 6UC 

Yorkview 



28th-29th 

30th-35th 

34th-35th 

1st- 5th 

25th-29th 

30th-33rd 

6th-16th 

5CW-8CW; lst-2nd; 

19th-24th 
17th-18th 

5CW-8CW; lst-33rd 
3rd-16th 
7UC-13UC; ICW- 

4CW; 19th-33rd 
25th-27th; 34th-35th 
5CW-8CW; lst-18th; 

28th-35th 
5CW-8CW; 1st- 18th 
34th-35th 
30th-35th 
14th-16th 
17th-18th 
30th-35th 

19th-27th; 30th-35th 
19th-35th 

17th-18th; 28th-29th 
17th-27th 
lOUC-llUC 
8UC-11UC 
12UC-13UC; ICW- 

2CW 
12UC-13UC; ICW- 

2CW 
12UC-13UC; ICW- 

2CW 
12UC-13UC; ICW- 

2CW 
25th-26th; 28th-35th 
3UC-4UC; 7UC; 3CW- 

8CW; lst-35th 
5UC-6UC 
28th-29th 
25th-26th 
27th-35th 

3CW-8CW; lst-35th 
25th-26th 
8UC-9UC 

3CW-4CW; 17th-35th 
5UC-6UC; 3CW-8CW; 

lst-33rd 

3UC-4UC 



27th-35th 



1UC-13UC = Upper Canada 



1CW-8CW = Canada West 



lst-35th = Ontario 



27 



28 



Executive Councils of Ontario 1984-1991 


The Ministry of the Honourable William Grenville Davis: 

December 23, 1983-February 8, 1985* 

Progressive Conservative 


\ Portfolio 


Name Constituency 


Dates in Portfolio 


Premier and 
President of the 
Council 


Hon. William Grenville Brampton 
Davis 


Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 


Deputy Premier 


Hon. Robert Stanley Brock 
Welch 


Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 


Minister of 
Intergovernmental 
Affairs and 
Government House 
Leader 


Hon. Thomas Leonard Scarborough North 
Wells 


Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 


Provincial Secretary 
for Justice 


Hon. Gordon Wayne London South 
Walker 


Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 


Provincial Secretary 
for Resources 
Development 


Hon. Norman William Carleton-Grenville 
Sterling 


Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8. 
1985. 


Provincial Secretary 
for Social 
Development 


Hon. Gordon Howlett Wentworth 
Dean 


Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 


* Please refer to volume 1 for Davis Ministry March 1, 1971-December 23, 1983. 


1 


29 





The Ministry of the Honourable William Grenville Davis (Continued) 



Treasurer of Ontario Hon. Lawrence Sheldon St. Andrew-St. Patrick Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
and Minister of "Larry" Grossman 1985. 

Economics 



Chairman of the Hon. George R. 

Management Board McCague 

of Cabinet 



Dufferin-Simcoe 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



Chairman of 
Cabinet 



Hon. George R. 
McCague 



Dufferin-Simcoe 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



Minister of 
Agriculture and 
Food 



Hon. Dennis Roy 
Timbrell 



Don Mills 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8. 
1985. 



Attorney General Hon. Roland "Roy" Eglinton 

McMurtry 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



Minister of 
Citizenship and 
Culture 



Hon. Susan A. Fish St. George 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



Minister of 
Colleges and 
Universities 



Hon. Bette M. 
Stephenson 



York Mills 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



Minister of 
Community and 
Social Services 



Hon. James Francis 
"Frank" Drea 



Scarborough Centre 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



Minister of 
Consumer and 
Commercial 
Relations 



Hon. Robert Goldwin 
Elgie 



York East 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



Minister of 

Correctional 

Services 



Hon. Nicholas George York West 
Leluk 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



Minister of 
Education 



Hon. Bette M. 
Stephenson 



York Mills 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



30 



The Ministry of the Honourable William Grenville Davis (Continued) 



Minister of Energy Hon. Philip W. 

Andrewes 



Lincoln 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



Minister of the 
Environment 



Hon. Andrew S. Brandt Samia 



Dec. 23. 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



Minister of 
Government 
Services 



Hon. Gordon Lyle Ashe Durham West 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



Minister of Health Hon. Keith Calder 

Norton 



Kingston & the Islands Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 

1985. 



Minister of Industry Hon. Frank Stuart 
and Trade Miller 



Muskoka 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



Minister of Labour Hon. Russell Harold Sault Ste. Marie 

Ramsay 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



Minister of Hon. Claude Frederick Ottawa South 

Municipal Affairs Bennett 

and Housing 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



Minister of Natural Hon. Alan William 
Resources Pope 



Cochrane South 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



Minister of Hon. Leo Edward Bemier Kenoa 

Northern Affairs 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



Minister of 
Revenue 



Hon. Milton Edward 
Charles "Bud" 
Gregory 



Mississauga East 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8. 
1985. 



Solicitor General 



Hon. George William 
Taylor 



Simcoe Centre 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 
1985. 



Minister of 
Tourism and 
Recreation 



Hon. Reuben Conrad 
Baetz 



Ottawa West 



Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8. 
1985. 



31 



The Ministry of the Honourable William Grenville Davis (Continued) 



Minister of Hon. James Wilfrid Oakviile Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 

Transportation and Snow 1985. 

Communications 



Minister Without Hon. Robert Gordon Middlesex Dec. 23, 1983-Feb. 8, 

Porfolio and Chief Eaton 1985. 

Government Whip 



32 



The Ministry of the Honourable Frank Stuart Miller: 

February 8, 1985-June 26, 1985 

Progressive Conservative 



Portfolio 

Premier and 
President of the 
Council 



Name 

Hon. Frank Stuart 
MiUer 



Constituency 

Muskoka 



Dates in Portfolio 

Feb. 8. 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Minister of 

Intergovernmental 

Affairs 



Hon. Frank Stuart 
MiUer 

Hon. Reuben Conrad 
Baetz 



Muskoka 



Ottawa West 



Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 
1985. 

May 17. 1985-June 26. 
1985. 



Deputy Premier 



Hon. Robert Stanley 
Wefch 

Hon. Bette M. 
Stephenson 



Brock 



York Mills 



Feb. 8. 1985-Apr. 8, 
1985. 

Apr. 8, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Provincial Secretary Hon. Reuben Conrad Ottawa West 
for Justice Baetz 

Hon. Alan William Cochrane South 

Pope 



Feb. 8, 1985-May 17. 
1985. 

May 17, 1985-June 26. 
1985. 



Provincial Secretary Hon. Ernie L. Eves Parry Sound 

for Resources 

Development 

Hon. Dennis Roy Don Mills 

Timbrell 



Feb. 8, 1985-May 17. 
1985. 

May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Feb. 8, 1985-May 17. 
1985. 



Provincial Secretary Hon. Gordon Howlett Wentworth 

for Social E>ean 

Development 

Hon. Lawrence Sheldon St. Andrew-St. Patrick May 17. 1985-June 26. 
"Larry" Grossman 1985. 



Treasurer of Ontario Hon. Lawrence Sheldon St. Andrew-St. Patrick Feb. 8. 1985-May 17. 
and Minister of "Larry" Grossman 1985. 

Economics 

Hon. Bette M. York Mills May 17. 1985-June 26. 

Stephenson 1985. 



33 



The Ministry of the Honourable Frank Stuart Miller (Continued) 



Chairman of the Hon. Bette M. York Mills 

Management Board Stephenson 

of Cabinet 

Hon. George Lyle Ashe Durham West 



Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 
1985. 

May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Chairman of 
Cabinet 



Hon. Claude Frederick Ottawa South 
Bennett 



Feb. 8, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Minister of 
Agriculture and 
Food 



Hon. Philip W. 
Aixlrewes 

Hon. Kenneth "Ross' 
Stevenson 



Lincoln 



Durham- York 



Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 
1985. 

May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Attorney General 



Hon. Robert Stanley 
Welch 



Brock 



Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 
1985. 



Hon. Alan William 
Pope 



Cochrane South 



May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Minister of 
Citizenship and 
Culture 



Hon. Susan A. Fish St. George 



Hon. Nicholas George York West 
Leluk 



Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 
1985. 

May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Minister of 
Colleges and 
Universities 



Hon. Keith Calder Kingston & the Islands Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 

Norton 1985. 



Hon. Lawrence Sheldon St. Andrew-St. Patrick May 17, 1985-June 26, 
"Larry" Grossman 1985. 



Minister of 
Community and 
Social Services 



Hon. Robert Gold win 
Elgie 



York East 



Hon. Ernie L. Eves Parry Sound 



Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 
1985. 

May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Minister of 
Consumer and 
Commercial 
Relations 



Hon. Gordon Wayne 
WaDca 

Hon. Robert William 
Rune im an 



London South 



Leeds 



Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 
1985. 

May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



34 



The Ministry of the Honourable 


Frank Stuart 


Miller 


(Continued) 


Minister of 
Correctional 


Hon. Nicholas George 
Leluk 


York West 




Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 
1985. 


Services 


Hon. W. Donald 
Cousens 


York Centre 




May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 


Minister of 
Education 


Hon. Keith Calder 
Norton 


Kingston & the Islands 


Feb. 8. 1985-May 17, 
1985. 


' 


Hon. Lawrence Sheldon 
"Larry" Grossman 


St. Andrew-St. Patrick 


May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 


Minister of Energy 


Hon. George Lyle Ashe 


Durham West 




Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 
1985. 




Hon. Michael Deane 
Harris 


Nipissing 




May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 


Minister of the 
Environment 


Hon. Morley Cecil Kells 


HumbCT 




Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 
1985. 




Hon. Susan A. Fish 


St. George 




May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 


Minister of 
Government 


Hon. Robert William 
Runciman 


Leeds 




Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 
1985. 


Services 












Hon. James K. Gordon 


Sudbury 




May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 


Minister of Health 


Hon. Alan William 


Cochrane South 




Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 



Pope 

Hon. Philip W. 
Andrewes 



Lincoln 



1985. 

May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Minister of Industry Hon. Andrew S. Brandt Samia 
and Trade 



Feb. 8, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Minister of Labour Hon. Russell Harold Sault Ste. Marie 

Ramsay 

Hon. Robert Goldwin York East 
Elgie 



Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 
1985. 

May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



35 



The Ministry of tbe Honourable Frank Stuart Miller (Continued) 



Minister of Hon. Dennis Roy 

Municipal Affairs Timl»'ell 

and Housing 



Don Mills 



Feb. 8, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Minister of Natural Hon. Michael Deane Nipissing 

Resources Harris 



Feb. 8, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Minister of 
Northern Affairs 



Hon. Leo Edward Bemier Kenora 



Feb. 8, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Minister of 
Revenue 



Hon. Milton Edward 
Charles "Bud" 
Gregory 

Hon. Gordon Howlett 
Dean 



Mississauga East 



Wentworth 



Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 
1985. 



May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Minister of Skills Hon. Ernie L. Eves Parry Sound 

Development 

Hon. Philip Andrew Brantford 

Gillies 



Mar. 22, 1985-May 17, 
1985. 

May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Solicitor General 



Hon. John Reesor 
Williams 

Hon. Milton Edward 
Charles "Bud" 
Gregory 



Oriole 



Mississauga East 



Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 
1985. 

May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Minister of 
Tourism and 
Recreation 



Hon. Claude Frederick Ottawa South 
Bennett 



Feb. 8, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



Minister of 
Transportation and 
Communications 



Hon. George R. 
McCague 



Dufferin-Simcoe 



Feb. 8, 1985-June 26, 

1985. 



Minister 
Responsible for 
French Language 
Services 



Hon. Alan William 
Pope 



Cochrane South 



May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. 



36 



The Ministry of the HonourabU 


i Frank Stuart Miller 


(Continued) 


Minister 


Hon. Dennis Roy 


Don Mills 


Feb. 8. 1985-June 26, 


Responsible for 


Timbrell 




1985. 


Women's Issues 








Minister Without 


Hon. Alan M. Robinson 


Scarborough-EUesmere 


Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 


Portfolio 






1985. 


Minister Without 


Hon. Robert C. Mitchell 


Carieton 


May 17, 1985-June 26, 


Portfolio 






1985. 


Minister Without 


Hon. Allan Kenneth 


Simcoe East 


May 17, 1985-June 26, 


Portfolio (attached 


McLean 




1985. 


to Municipal 








Affairs and 








Housing) 








Minister Without 


Hon. Ren6 L. Pich6 


Cochrane North 


Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 


Portfolio for 






1985. 


Northern 








Transportation 








(attached to 








Northern Affairs) 








Minister Without 


Hon. Sammy Lawrence 


Durham East 


May 17, 1985-June 26, 


Portfolio (attached 


Cureatz 




1985. 


to the Premier's 








Office) 








Minister Without 


Hon. Robert C. Mitchell 


Carieton 


Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 


Portfolio for 






1985. 


Science and 








Technology 








(attached to 








Industry and Trade) 




;' 




Minister Without 


Hon. Allan Kenneth 


Simcoe East 


Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 


Portfolio for 


McLean 




1985. 


Southern Resources 








(attached to Natural 


Hon. Noble A. 


Stormont, Dundas & 


May 17, 1985-June 26, 


Resources) 


Villeneuve 


Glengarry 


1985. 


; 






• 














37 





The Ministry of the Honourable Frank Stuart Miller (Continued) 



Minister Without 
Portfolio for Urban 
Affairs (attached to 
Municipal Affairs 
and Housing) 



Hon. David Rotenberg Wilson Heights 



Feb. 8. 1985-May 17, 
1985. 



Minister Without 
Portfolio for Urban 
Transit (attached to 
Transportation and 
Communications) 



Hon. James Wilfrid 
Snow 



Oakville 



Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 
1985. 



Minister Without 
Portfolio for Youth 
(attached to 
Treasury) 



Hon. Philip Andrew 
Gillies 



Brantfoid 



Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 
1985. 



38 



The Ministry of the Honourable David Robert Peterson: 

June 26, 1985-October 1, 1990 

Liberal 


Portfolio 


Name 


Constituency 


Dates in Portfolio 


Premier and 
President of the 
Council 


Hon. David Robert 
Peterson 


London Centre 


June 26, 1985-Oct. 1, 
1990. 


Minister of 

Intergovernmental 

Affairs 


Hon. David Robert 
Peterson 


London Centre 


June 26, 1985-Oct. 1. 
1990. 


Deputy Premier 


Hon. Robert Fletcher 
Nixon 


Brant-Haldimand 


Sept. 29, 1987-Oct. 1, 
1990. 


Treasurer of Ontario 
and Minister of 
Economics 


Hon. Robert Fletcher 
Nixon 


Brant-Oxford-Norfolk 
Brant-Haldimand 


June 26, 1985-Oct. 1, 
1990. 


Chairman of the 
Management Board 
of Cabinet 


Hon. Elinor Caplan 

Hon. Robert Fletcher 
Nixon (Acting) 


Oriole 
Brant-Oxford-Norfolk 


June 26, 1985-June 16, 
1986. 

July 2, 1986-Sept. 29, 
1987. 




Hon. Murray John 
Elston 


Bruce 


Sept. 29, 1987-Oct. 1, 
1990. 


Minister of 
Agriculture and 
Food 


Hon. John Keith "Jack" 
RiddeU 

Hon. David James 
Ramsay 


Huron-Middlesex 
Huron 

Timiskaming 


June 26, 1985-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Aug. 2, 1989-Oct 1, 
1990. 


Attorney General 


Hon. Ian G. Scott 


St. David 

St. George-St David 


June 26, 1985-Oct. 1, 
1990. 


Minister of 
Citizenship 


Hon. Gerald Leonard 
Phillips 


Scarborough-Agincourt 


Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 


•:' 


Hon. Robert Charles 
Wong 


Fort York 
39 


Aug. 2, 1989-OcL 1, 
1990. 



The Ministry of the Honourable David Robert Peterson (Continued) 



Minister of 
Citizenship and 
Culture 



Hon. Lily Oddie Munro Hamilton Centre 



June 26, 1985-Sept. 29, 
1987. 

See Minister of 
Citizenship and 

Minister of Culture and 
Communications 



Minister of 
Colleges and 
Universities 



Hon. Gregory Sorbara Yoric North 



Hon. Lyn McLeod 



Hon. Sean Gerard 
Conway 



Fort William 
Renfrew North 



June 26, 1985-Sept. 29, 
1987. 

Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Aug. 2, 1989-Oct 1, 
1990. 



Minister of 
Community and 
Social Services 



Hon. John Roland 
Sweeney 

Hon. Charles John 
Mc Waters Beer 



Kitchener-Wilmot 



Yoric North 



June 26, 1985-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Aug. 2, 1989-OcL 1, 
1990. 



Minister of 
Consumer and 
Commercial 
Relations 



Hon. Monte Kwinter Wilson Heights 



Hon. William Munro 
Wrye 



Windsor-Sandwich 



Hon. Gregory Sorbara York Centre 



June 26, 1985-SepL 29, 
1987. 

Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Aug. 2. 1989-OcL 1, 
1990. 



Minister of 

Correctional 

Services 



Hon. Kenneth A. Keyes Kingston & the Islands June 26, 1985-Sept. 29, 

1987. 



Hon. David James 
Ramsay 



Timiskaming 



Hon. Richard Andrew Ottawa Centre 
Patten 



Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Aug. 2, 1989-Oct. 1, 
1990. 



40 



The Ministry of the Honourable David Robert Peterson (Continued) 



Minister of Culture Hon. Lily Oddie Munro Hamilton Centre 

and 

Communications 

Hon. Christine Hart York East 



Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2. 
1989. 

Aug. 2, 1989-May 30, 
1990. 



Hon. Hugh Patrick Quinte 

O'NeU 



June 5, 1990-Oct. 1, 
1990. 



Minister of 
Education 



Hon. Sean Gerard 
Conway 



Renfrew North 



June 26. 1985-Sept 29, 
1987. 



Hon. Christopher 
CampbeU Ward 



Wentworth North 



Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 



Hon. Sean Gerard 
Conway 



Renfrew North 



Aug. 2, 1989-Oct. 1, 
1990. 



Minister of Energy Hon. Vincent George Niagara Falls 

Kerrio 



June 26, 1985-Sept. 29, 
1987. 



Hon. Robert Charles 
Wong 



Fort York 



Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 



Hon. Lyn McLeod 



Fort William 



Aug. 2, 1989-Oct. 1, 
1990. 



Minister of the 
Environment 



Hon. James Joseph St. Catharines 

Bradley 



June 26, 1985-Oct. 1, 
1990. 



Minister of 

Financial 

Institutions 



Hon. Monte Kwinter Wilson Heights 



Hon. Robert Fletcher 
Nixon 



Brant-Haldimand 



Apr. 1, 1986-Sept. 29, 
1987. 

Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 
16, 1988. 



Hon. Murray John 
Elston 



Bmce 



Aug. 16, 1988-Oct. 1. 
1990. 



41 



The Ministry of the Honourable David Robert Peterson (Continued) 



Minister of 
Government 
Services 



Hon. Elinor C^lan Oriole 



Hon. Sean Gerard 
Conway (Acting) 

Hon. Richard Andrew 
PaUen 

Hon. Christopher 
CampbeU Ward 



Renfrew North 



Ottawa Centre 



Wentworth North 



June 26, 1985-June 16, 
1986. 

July 2, 1986-Sept. 29, 
1987. 

Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Aug. 2, 1989-OcL 1, 
1990. 



Minister of Health Hon. Murray John 

Elston 



Huron-Bruce 



Minister of 
Housing 



Hon. Elinor Caplan Oriole 



Hon. Alvin Frederick 
Curling 

Hon. Chaviva Milada 
Hosek 

Hon. John Roland 
Sweeney 



Scarborough North 

Oakwood 

Kitchener-Wilmot 



June 26, 1985-Sept. 29, 
1987. 

Sept. 29, 1987-Oct. 1, 
1990. 

June 26, 1985-Sept. 29, 
1987. 

Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Aug. 2, 1989-OcL 1, 
1990. 



Minister of Hon. Hugh Patrick Quinte 

Industry, Trade and O'Neil 

Technology 

Hon. Monte Kwinter Wilson Heights 



June 26, 1985-SepL 29, 
1987. 

Sept. 29, 1987-Oct. 1, 
1990. 



Minister of Labour Hon. William Munro Windsor-Sandwich 

Wiye 

Hon. Gregory Swbara York Centre 



Hon. Gerald Leonard 
Phillips 



Scarborough- 
Agincourt 



June 26, 1985-Sept 29, 
1987. 

Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Aug. 2, 1989-OcL 1, 
1990. 



Minister of Mines Hon. Sean Gerard Renfrew North 

Conway 

Hon. Hugh Patrick Quinte 

O'NeU 



Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Aug. 2, 1989-OcL 1, 
1990. 



42 



The Ministry of the Honourable David Robert Peterson (Continued) 



Minister of 
Municipal AfTairs 


Hon. Bernard Charles 
Grandmaitre 


Ottawa East 


June 26, 1985-SepL 29 
1987. 




Hon. John F. Eakins 


Victoria- 
Haliburton 


Sept. 29. 1987-Aug. 2. 
1989. 




Hon. John Roland 
Sweeney 


Kitchener-Wilmot 


Aug. 2, 1989-OcL 1, 
1990. 


Minister of Natural 
Resources 


Hon. Vincent George 
Kenio 


Niagara Falls 


June 26, 1985-Aug. 2, 
1989. 




Hon. Lyn McLeod 


Fort William 


Aug. 2, 1989-OcL 1, 
1990. 


Minister of 
Northern Affairs 
and Mines 


Hon. Jacques No6 
"Ren6" Fontaine 


Cochrane North 


June 26, 1985-Nov. 27, 
1985. 

See also Minister of 
Northern 
Development and 
Mines 


Minister of 

Northern 

Development 


Hon. Jacques No6 
"Ren6" Fontaine 

Hon. David James 
Ramsay (Acting) 


Cochrane North 
Timiskaming 


Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 8, 
1990. 

Aug. 20, 1990-Oct. 1, 
1990. 


Minister of 
Northern 
Development and 
Mines 


Hon. Jacques No6 
"Ren6" Fontaine 

Hon. David Robert 
Peterson (Acting) 


Cochrane North 
London Centre 


Nov. 27, 1985-June 26, 
1986. 

July 2, 1986-Sept. 29, 
1987. 

See also Minister of 
Northern 
Development and 
Minister of Mines 


Minister of 
Revenue 


Hon. Robert Fletcher 
Nixon 


Brant-Oxfcnd-Nortblk 


June 26, 1985-Sept 29, 
1987. 




Hon, Bernard Charies 
Grandmaitre 


Ottawa East 


Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 




Hon. Remo J. Mancini 


Essex South 


Aug. 2, 1989-OcL 1, 
1990. 



43 



The Ministry of the Honourable David Robert Peterson (Continued) 



Minister of Skills Hon. Gregory Sorbara 
Development 

Hon. Alvin Frederick 
Curling 

Hon. Sean Gerard 
Conway 



York North 
Scarborough North 
Renfrew North 



June 26, 1985-SepL 29. 
1987. 

Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Aug. 2. 1989-Oct. 1, 
1990. 



Solicitor General 



Hon. Kenneth A. Keyes Kingston & the 
Islands 



Hon. Ian G. Scott 
(Acting) 



St. David 



Hon. Kenneth A. Keyes Kingston & the 
Islands 

Hon. Elizabeth "Joan" London South 
Smith 

Hon. Ian G. Scott St. George- 

(Acting) St. David 

Hon. Steven O&ex Mississauga North 



June 26, 1985-Dec. 3, 
1986. 

Dec. 3, 1986-Jan. 5, 
1987. 

Jan. 5, 1987-Sept. 29, 
1987 

Sept. 29, 1987-June 6, 
1989. 

June 6, 1989-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Aug. 2, 1989-Oct. 1, 
1990. 



Minister of 
Tourism and 
Recreation 



Hon. John F. Eakins Victoria-Haliburton 



Hon. Hugh Patrick Quinte 

O'NeU 



Hon. Ken Black 



Muskoka-Georgian 
Bay 



June 26, 1985-Sept. 29, 
1987 

Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Aug. 2, 1989-Oct. 1, 
1990. 



Minister of 
Transportation 



Hon. Edward A. Fulton ScarbcM-ough East 

Hon. William Monro Windsw-Sandwich 
Wiye 



Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Aug. 2, 1989-OcL 1, 
1990. 



44 



The Ministry of the Honourable David Robert Peterson (Continued) 



Minister of Hon. Edward A. Fulton Scarborough East 

Transportation and 

Communications 



June 26, 1985-SepL 29, 
1987. 

Renamed Minister of 
Transportation and 
Minister of Culture 
end 
Communications. 



Minister 

Responsible for the 
Anti-Drug Strategy 



Hon. Ken Black 



Muskoka- 
GeOTgian Bay 



Aug. 2, 1989-Oct. 1, 
1990. 



Minister 
Responsible for 
Francophone Affairs 



Hon. Bernard Charles 
Grandmaitre 

Hon. Charles John 
Mc Waters Beer 



Ottawa East 
Yo± North 



June 26, 1985-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Aug. 2, 1989-OcL 1. 
1990. 



Minister 
Responsible for 
Multiculturalism 



Hon. Robert Charles 
Wong 



Fort York 



Aug. 2, 1989-Oct. 1, 
1990. 



Minister 
Responsible for 
Native Affairs 



Hon. Ian G. Scott 



St. David 
SLGeorge-StDavid 



June 26, 1985-Oct. 1. 
1990. 



Hon. Gerald Leonard 
Phillips 



Minister 

Responsible for 

Race Relations and 

the Ontario Human Hon. Robert Charles 

Rights Commission Wong 



Scarborough- 
Agincourt 

Fort York 



Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Aug. 2, 1989-Oct. 1, 
1990. 



Minister 
Responsible for 
Women's Issues 



Hon. Ian G. Scott 
Hon. Gregory Sorbara 
Hon. Mavis Wilson 



St. David 
York Centre 
Dufferin-Peel 



June 26, 1985-Sept. 29, 
1987. 

Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Aug. 2, 1989-Oct. 1, 
1990. 



Minister Without 
Portfolio 
(Citizenship and 
Culture) 



Hon. Antony M. "Tony" Paikdale 
Ruprecht 



June 26, 1985-Sept 29, 
1987. 



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The Ministry of the Honourable David Robert Peterson (Continued) 



Minister Without 
Portfolio 
Responsible for 
Disabled Persons 



Hon. Remo J. Mancini Essex South 



Hon. Shirley Jean 
Collins 



Wentwoith East 



Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Aug. 2, 1989-OcL 1, 
1990. 



Minister Without 
Portfolio 
Responsible for 
Senior Citizens 



Hon. Ronald George 
Van Home 

Hon. Mavis Wilson 



London North 



Dufferin-Peel 



June 26, 1985-Sept. 29, 
1987. 

Sept. 29, 1987, Aug. 2, 
1989. 



Hon. Gilles E. Morin Carleton East 



Aug. 2, 1989-Oct 1. 
1990. 



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The Ministry of the Honourable Robert Keith Rae: 

October 1, 1990- 

New Democratic Party 



Portfolio 

Premier and 
President of the 
Council 



Name Constituency 

Hon. Robert Keith Rae York South 



Dates in Portfolio 

Oct. 1, 1990-. 



Minister of Hon, Robert Keith Rae York South 

Intergovernmental 

Affairs 



Oct. 1, 1990-. 



Deputy Premier 



Hon. Floyd Laughren Nickel Belt 



Treasurer of Ontario Hon. Floyd Laughren Nickel Belt 

and Minister of 

Economics 



Oct. 1, 1990-. 
Oct. 1, 1990-. 



Chairman of the Hon. Frances Lankin 

Management Board 
of Cabinet 

Hon. Antonio V. G. 
"Tony" Silipo 



Beaches- Woodbine 



Dovercourt 



Oct. 1, 1990-July 31, 
1991. 

July 31, 1991-. 



Minister of Hon. Elmer Buchanan Hastings-Peterborough Oct. 1, 1990-. 

Agriculture and 

Food 



Attorney General Hon. Howard George Rainy River 

Hampton 



Oct. 1, 1990- 



Minister of 
Citizenship 



Hon. Elaine Ziemba High Park-Swansea Oct. 1, 1990- 



Minister of 
Colleges and 
Universities and 
Minister 
Responsible for 
Skills Development 



Hon. Richard Allen 



Hamilton West 



Oct. 1, 1990- 



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The Ministry of the Honourable Robert Keith Rae (Continued) 



Minister of 
Community and 
Social Services 



Hon. ZananaL. Akande St. Andrew-St. Patrick Oct. 1, 1990-Oct. 10, 

1991. 



Hon. Marion Boyd London Centre 



Oct. 15, 1991- 



Minister of 
Consumer and 
Commercial 
Relations 



Hon. Peter Kormos Welland-Thorold 



Hon. Marilyn Churley Riverdale 



Oct. 1, 1990-Mar. 11, 
1991. 

Mar. 18, 1991-. 



Minister of 
Correctional 
Services and 
Solicitor General 



Hon. Michael Liam 
Faman 



Cambridge 



Hon. Allan C. Pilkey Oshawa 



Oct. 1, 1990-July 31, 
1991. 

July 31, 1991-. 



Minister of Culture Hon. Rosario Marchese Fort York 

and 

Communications 

Hon. Karen Haslam Perth 



Oct. 1, 1990-July 31, 
1991. 

July 31, 1991-. 



Minister of 
Education 



Hon. Marion Boyd London Centre 



Oct. 1, 1990-Oct. 15, 
1991. 



Hon. Antonio V. P. Dovercourt 

"Tony" Silipo 



Oct. 15, 1991- 



Minister of Energy Hon. Jenny Carter Peterborough 



Oct. 1, 1990-July 31, 
1991. 



Hon. William A. 
Ferguson 



Kitchener 



July 31, 1991-. 



Minister of the 
Environment 



Hon. Ruth Anna Grier Etobicoke-Lakeshorc Oct. 1, 1990- 



Minister of 

Financial 

Institutions 



Hon. Peter Kormos Welland-Thorold 



Oct. 1, 1990-Mar. 11, 
1991. 



Hon. Brian Albert Hamilton Mountain Mar. 18, 1991-. 

Charlton 



Minister of 
Government 
Services 



Hon. Frances Lankin Beaches-Woodbine Oct. 1, 1990-Apr. 22, 

1991. 

Hon. Fred Wilson Frontenac-Addington Apr. 22, 1991-. 



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The M 


nistry of the Honourable Robert Keith Rae 


(Continued) 


Minister of Health 


Hon. Evelyn Adelaide 
Gigantes 


Ottawa Centre 


Oct. 1, 1990-Apr. 18, 
199L 




Hon. Frances Lankin 


Beaches-Woodbine 


Apr. 22, 199 1-. 


Minister of 
Housing 


Hon. David Cooke 


Windsor-Riverside 


Oct. 1, 1990-July31, 
1991. 




Hon. Evelyn Adelaide 
Gigantes 


Ottawa Centre 


July 31, 1991. 


Minister of 
Industry, Trade and 
Technology 


Hon. AUan C. Pilkey 

Hon. Edward Thomas 
Philip 


Oshawa 
Etobicoke-Rexdale 


Oct. 1, 1990-July 31, 
1991. 

July 31, 1991-. 


Minister of Labour 


Hon. Robert Warren 
Mackenzie 


Hamilton East 


Oct. 1. 1990-. 


Minister of Mines 


Hon. Gilles Pouliot 


Lake Nipigon 


Oct. 1, 1990-July 31, 
1991. 

See Minister of Northern 
Development and Mines 


Minister of 
Municipal Affairs 


Hon. David Cooke 


Windsor-Riverside 


Oct. 1, 1990-. 


Minister of Natural 
Resources 


Hon. Charles Jackson 
"Bud"Wildman 


Algoma 


Oct. 1, 1990-. 


Minister of 

Northern 

Development 


Hon. Shelley Dawn 
Marie Martel 


Sudbury East 


Oct. 1, 1990-July 31, 
1991. 

See Minister of Northern 
Development and Mines 


Minister of 
Northern 
Development and 
Mines 


Hon. Shelley Dawn 
Marie Martel 


Sudbury East 


July 31, 1991-. 

( Absorbed Minister of 

Mines July 31. 1991) 


Minister of 
Revenue 


Hon. Shelley Wark- 
Martyn 


Port Arthur 
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Oct. 1, 1990-. 



The Ministry of the Honourable Robert Keith Rae (Continued) 



Minister of 
Tourism and 
Recreation 



Hon. Peter North 



Elgin 



Oct. 1, 1990-. 



Minister of 
Transportation 



Hon. Edward Thomas 
Philip 

Hon. Gilles Pouliot 



Minister Hon. Michael Liam 

Responsible for the Faman 
Anti-Drug Strategy 

Hon. Frances Lankin 



Minister 
Responsible for 
Auto Insurance 



Hon. Brian Albert 
Charlton 



Etobicoke-Rexdale 
Lake Nipigon 
Cambridge 
Beaches- Woodbine 
Hamilton Mountain 



Oct. 1, 1990- July 31, 
1991. 

July 31, 1991-. 



Oct. 1, 1990- July 31, 
1991. 

July 31, 1991-. 
Mar. 18, 199 1-. 



Minister 
Responsible for 
Francophone Affairs 



Hon. Gilles Pouliot 



Lake Nipigon 



Oct. 1, 1990- 



Minister Hon. Ruth Anna Grier 

Responsible for the 
Greater Toronto 
Area (GTA) 



Etobicoke-Lakeshore 



Oct. 1, 1990-. 



Minister 
Responsible for 
Long Term Care 
Initiatives (a 
Program within the 
Ministry of 
Community and 
Social Services) 



Hon. Frances Lankin 



Beaches- Woodbine 



Oct. 15, 1991-. 



Minister 
Responsible for 
Native Affairs 



Hon. Charles Jackson Algoma 
"Bud" Wildman 



Oct. 1, 1990- 



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The Ministry of the Honourable Robert Keith Rae (Continued) 



Minister 

Responsible for the 
Ontario Human 
Rights 

Commission, the 
Disabled, Seniors 
and Race Relations 



Hon. Elaine Ziemba High Park-Swansea Oct. 1, 1990-. 



Minister 
Responsible for 
Women's Issues 



Hon. Anne Swarbrick 



Hon. Marion Boyd 



Minister Without Hon. Shirley Coppen 
Portfolio 



Scarborough West 
London Centre 
Niagara South 



Oct. 1, 1990-Sept. 11, 
1991. 

Sept. 11, 199 1-. 



Oct. 1, 1990-. 



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52 





Death 


Notices 




Former Ontario 


MPPs 1984 - 


1991 


MPP 


Constituency 




Legislature 


Date of Death or 
Journal [j.] 
Reference 


Bukator, George 


Niagara Falls 




26th-28th 


May 5, 1987 [j.] 


CroU, David Arnold 


Windsor- Walkerville 




19th-20th 


January 11,1991 


■- Dewan, Patrick Michael 


Oxford 




19th-20th 


October 17, 1988 [j.] 


Evans, David "Arthur" 


Simcoe Centre 




26th-30th 


December 18, 1989 [j.] 


Foote, John Weir 


Durham 




23rd.25th 


May 4, 1988 [j.] 


Fulford, George Taylor 


Leeds 




19th 


December 16, 1987 [j.] 


Grossman, Allan 


St. Andrew 

St. Andrew-St. Patrick 


25th-29th 


September 1, 1991 


Handleman, Sidney Bernard 


Carleton 




29th-31st 


June 27, 1988 [j.] 


Henessey, Michael Patrick 
"Mickey" 


Fort William 




31st-33rd 


March 5, 1991 


Hodgson, William Marshall 
Chamberlain 


York North 




28th-32nd 


October 7, 1988 [j.] 


Jessiman, James Hugh 


Fort William 




28th-29th 


June 8, 1989 [j.] 


Lockhart, George Edward 


Rainy River 




21st 


May 6, 1991 


MacBeth, John Palmer 


York West 
Humber 




29th-31st 


March 20, 1991 


MacNaughton, Charles Steel 


Huron 




25th-29th 


November 18, 1987 [j.] 


Michener, Daniel "Roland" 


St. David 




22nd 


August 6, 1991 


Morin, Jules 


Ottawa East 




25th-26th; 28th 


October 18, 1988 [j.] 


Murdoch, William 


Essex South 




21st-26th 


April 30, 1984 [j.] 


Newman, William G. 


Ontario South 
Durham North/Durham- 
York 


28th-31st 


October 17, 1988 [j.] 


Oliver, Farquhar Robert 


Grey South 


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17th-27th 


January 23, 1989 [j.] 



Death Notices - Former Ontario MPPs 1984-1991 (Continued) 



Randall, Stanley John 
Root, John Henry Haines 

Rowe, Hon. William Earl 
Smith, Elmer Roy 
Stewart, William Atcheson 
Taylor, Richard Allan Hugh 
Temple, William Horace 
Trotter, James Beecham 
Vivian, Reginald Percival 
Walker, Harold William 



Don Mills 


27th-28th 


December 18. 1989 [j, 


Wellington North 
Wellington-Dufferin 


24th-29th 


November 17, 1991 


Simcoe South 


16th 


March 20, 1984 [j.] 


Parry Sound 


21st 


September 18, 1989 


Middlesex North 


25th-29th 


December 8, 1990 


Timiskaming 


27th 


April 9. 1991 [j.] 


High Park 


23rd 


April 11, 1988 [j.] 


Paikdale 


26th-28th 


June 6, 1989 [jJ 


Durham 


21st-22nd 


February 6, 1986 [j.] 


Welland 


23rd 


July 10, 1989 [j.] 



54 



Legislative Highlights 

32nd Legislature 

April 21, 1981-December 14, 1984 



January 25, 1982: Ontario Liberal Party Leader Stuart Smith 
MPP, Hamilton West, resigned. 

February 21, 1982: David Peterson MPP, London Centre, elected 
Ontario Liberal Leader (Other candidates: Jim Breithaupt, Sheila 
Copps, John Sweeney and Richard Thomas [non-MPP]) 

February 7, 1982: Bob Rae elected Ontario New Democratic Party 
Leader (Other candidates: Jim Foulds and Richard Johnston) 

July 31, 1982: Donald C. MacDonald MPP, York South, resigned to 
open seat for Bob Rae. Bob Rae elected November 4, 1982. 

May 22, 1984: Liberal J. Earl McEwen MPP, Frontenac-Addington, 
crossed the floor to the Progressive Conservatives. 

October 9, 1984: Premier William Davis announced his retirement, to 
be effective following the January 1985 PC Leadership Convention. 

January 26, 1985: Frank Miller elected Leader of the Ontario 
Progressive Conservative Party and became Premier on 
February 8, 1985. (Other candidates: Larry Grossman, Roy 
McMurtry and Dennis Timbrell) 



55 



56 



LEGISLATURES OF ONTARIO 
32nd Legislature 

General Election March 19, 1981 
Sessions of the Thirty-second Legislature of Ontario: April 21, 1981- December 14, 1984 

First: April 21, 1981 - June 3, 1981 and 

October 13. 1981 - December 18, 1981. 
Second: March 9, 1982 - July 7, 1982 and 

September 21, 1982 - December 21, 1982 and 

January 17, 1983 - February 23, 1983. 
Third: April 18, 1983 - June 21, 1983 and 

October 11, 1983 - December 16, 1983. 
Fourth: March 20, 1984 - June 27, 1984 and 

August 29, 1984 and 

October 9, 1984 - December 14, 1984. 



Members 



Alphabetical List of Members 
Party Constituency Sworn In Comments 



Allen, Richard 



NDP Hamilton West 



Andrewes, Hon. Philip 
W. 



PC Lincoln 



June 28, 1982* Writ of Election - May 10, 1982. 
Return of Writ - June 25, 1982. 
On June 28, 1982, the House was 
informed of the election of 
Richard Allen, MPP, Hamilton 
West, in room of Stuart Lyon 
Smith, resigned. 

Apr. 21 , 1981 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Energy, 
Apr. 30, 1982-July 6, 1983. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Energy, July 6, 1983- 
Feb. 8, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Agriculture and Food, 
Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



♦ By-eiection 



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Alphabetical List of Members • 32nd Legislature (Continued) 



Ashe, Hon. George Lyle PC Durham West 



Baetz, Hon. Reuben 
Conrad 



PC Ottawa West 



Apr, 21, 1981 Minister of Revenue, 

Apr. 10, 1981-July 6, 1983. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Government Services, 

July 6, 1983 (Shuffle)- 

Feb. 8, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Energy, Feb. 8, 
1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Apr. 21,1981 Minister of Culture and 

Recreation, Apr. 10, 1981- 
Feb. 13, 1982. (Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Tourism and 
Recreation (Portfolio 
reconstruction), Feb. 13, 1982 
(Shuffle)- Feb. 8, 1985. (Davis 
Cabinet) 

Provincial Secretary for Justice, 
Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



Barlow, William Walter PC Cambridge 



Apr. 21, 1981 ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Labour, 
Feb. 25, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



Bennett, Hon. Claude 
FredoTck 



PC Ottawa South 



Apr. 21, 1981 Minister of Housing, Apr. 10, 
1981-July 3, 1981. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Municipal Affairs and 
Housing (Portfolio 
reconstruction), July 3, 1981- 
Feb. 8, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Tourism and 
Recreation and 
Chairman of Cabinet, 
Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



* By-election 



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Alphabetical 


List of Members 


- 32nd 


Legislature (Continued) 


Bemier, Hon. Leo PC 
Edwarf 


Kenora 


Apr. 21, 


1981 


Minister of Northern Affairs, 
Apr. 10, 1981-Feb. 8, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Northern Affairs, 
Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 


Birch, Hon. Margaret PC 


Scarborough East 


Apr. 21, 


1981 


Provincial Secretary for Social 
Development, Apr. 10, 1981- 
July 6, 1983. 


- 








Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Premier, Sept. 12, 1983- 
Feb. 25, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 


3 

i 








Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Premier, Feb. 25, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 


Boudria, Don L 

• 


Prescott & Russell 


Apr. 21, 


1981 


Resigned, effective noon, 
Aug. 6, 1984, to run for federal 
office. A warrant for by-election 
was issued. 


Bradley, James Joseph L 


St. Catharines 


Apr. 21, 


1981 




i Brandt, Hon. Andrew S. PC 


Samia 


Apr. 21, 


1981 


Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Labour, 
Apr. 30, 1982-July 6, 1983. 
(Davis Cabinet) 


i 








Minister of the Environment, 
July 6, 1983-Feb. 8, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Industry and Trade, 
Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(MUler Cabinet) 


i 

t Breaugh, Michael James NDP 


Oshawa 


Apr. 21, 


1981 




* By-election 


59 




• 





Alphabetical List of Members - 32nd Legislature (Continued) 



Breithaupt, James Roos 



Kitchener 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Bryden, Marion Helen NDP Beaches- Woodbine Apr. 21, 1981 

Cassidy, Michael Morris NDP Ottawa Centre Apr. 21, 1981 



Charlton, Brian Albert 
Conway, Sean Gerard 
Cooke, David 
Copps, Sheila M. 



Cunningham, Eric 
Gordon 



Cureatz, Sammy 
Lawrence 



NDP Hamilton Mountain Apr. 21, 1981 

L Renfrew North Apr. 21, 1981 

NDP Windsor-Riverside Apr. 21, 1981 

L Hamilton Centre Apr. 21, 1981 



Cousens, W. Donald PC York Centre 



Apr. 21, 1981 



L Wentworth North Apr. 21, 1981 



PC Durtiam East 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Candidate for Ontario Liberal 
Party Leadership, February 1982. 

Resigned, effective midnight, 
Oct. 31, 1984, to become 
Chairman of the Ontario Law 
Reform Commission on Nov. 1, 
1984. A warrant for by-election 
was issued. 



Resigned, effective midnight, 
Aug. 3, 1984, to run for federal 
office. A warrant for by-election 
was issued. 



Candidate for Ontario Liberal 
Party Leadership, February 1982. 

Resigned, effective 10 a.m. 
Aug. 6, 1984, to run for federal 
office. A warrant for by-election 
was issued. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Citizenship and 
Culture, Feb. 25, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 

Resigned, effective Thurs. Aug. 
2, 1984, to run for federal office. 
A warrant for by-election was 
issued. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Solicitor General, 
Sept. 12, 1983-Feb. 25, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Solicitor General, Feb. 25, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (MUler Cabinet) 



* By-election 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 32nd Legislature (Continued) 



Davis, Hon. William 
Grcnville 



PC Brampton 



Apr. 21. 1981 



Davison, Michael 
Nomian 



NDP Hamilton Centre 



Did Not Take 
Seat* 



Premier and President of the 
Council, Apr. 10, 1981- 
Feb. 8, 1985. 

On Oct 9, 1984 announced his 
retirement, to be effective 
following the Jan. 26, 1985 
Leadership Convention. 

Writ of Election - Oct 29, 1984. 
Election - Dec. 13, 1984. As the 
4th session of the Legislature was 
prorogued on Dec. 14, 1984, and 
the Legislature dissolved on 
Mar. 25, 1985, the member did 
not take his seat. 



Dean, Hon. Gordon 
Hewlett 



PC Wentworth 



Di Santo, Odoardo 



NDP Downsview 



Apr. 21, 1981 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Education and 
MinistCT of Colleges and 
Universities, Apr. 30, 1982- 
July 6, 1983. (Davis Cabinet) 

Minister Without Portfolio, 
July 6, 1983-Dec. 23, 1983. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Provincial Secretary for Social 
Development, Dec. 23, 1983 
(Shuffle)-Feb. 8, 1985. (Davis 
Cabinet) 

Provincial Secretary for Social 
Development, Feb. 8, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 

Apr. 21, 1981 



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Alphabetical List of Members • 32nd Legislature (Continued) 



Drea, Hon. James 
Francis "Frank" 



PC Scarborough Centre Apr. 21, 1981 



Minister of Community and 
Social Services, Apr. 10, 1981- 
Feb. 8, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Relieved of responsibilities of 
portfolio, Sept. 29, 1983- 
Nov. 21, 1983, due to ilhiess. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Premier, Frank Miller, in charge 
of International Youth Year, 
February 8, 1985. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Premier, Feb. 25, 1985- 

May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 



Eakins, John F. 

Eaton, Hon. Robert 
Gordon 



Edighoffer, Hugh Alden 

Elgie, Hon. Robert 
GoWwin 



Elston, Murray John 
Epp, Herbert Arnold 



L 
PC 



Victoria-Haliburton Apr. 21,1981 
Middlesex Apr. 21, 1981 



L 
PC 



Perth 
York East 



Huron-Bruce 
Waterloo North 



Apr. 21, 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 



Apr. 21, 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 



Minister Without Portfolio, 
Feb. 13, 1982-July 6, 1983. 

Minister Without Portfolio and 
Chief Government Whip, 
July 6, 1983-Feb. 8, 1985. 



Minister of Labour, Apr. 10, 
1981 -Feb. 13, 1982. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Consumer and 
Commercial Relations, Feb. 13, 
1982 (Shuffle)-Feb. 8, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Community and 
Social Services. Feb. 8, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (MUler Cabinet) 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 32nd Legislature (Continued) 



Eves, Hon. Emie L. PC Parry Sound 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Fish, Hon. Susan A. PC St. George 



Apr. 21,1981 



Foulds, James Francis NDP Port Arthur 



Gigantes, Evelyn 
Adelaide 



NDP Ottawa Centre 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Did Not Take 
Seat* 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Education and the 
Minister of Colleges and 
Universities, SepL 12, 1983- 
Feb. 25, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Provincial Secretary for 
Resources Development, 
Feb. 8, 1985-Mar. 22, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Minister of Skills Development, 

Mar. 22, 1985 (Shuffle)- 

May 17, 1985. (MUler Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
MinistCT of Citizenship and 
Culture, Apr. 30, 1982- 
July 6, 1983. (Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Citizenship and 

Culture, July 6, 1983- 

Feb. 8, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Citizenship and 

Culture, Feb. 8, 1985- 

May 17, 1985. (MUler Cabinet) 

Candidate for Ontario New 
Democratic Party Leadership, 
February 1982. 

Writ of Election - Oct 29, 1984. 
Election - Dec. 13, 1984. As the 
4th session of the Legislature was 
prOTogued on Dec. 14, 1984, and 
the Legislature dissolved on 
Mar. 25, 1985, the member did 
not take her seat. 



* By-election 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 32nd Legislature (Continued) 



Gillies, Hon. Philip 
Andrew 



PC Brantford 



Gordon, James K. 



PC Sudbury 



Apr. 21, 1981 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Provincial Secretary for Social 
Development, Apr. 30, 1982- 
Sept. 12, 1983. (Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister for Labour, Sept. 12, 
1983-Feb. 8, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister Without Portfolio for 
Youth (attached to Treasury), 
Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Responsibilities for the woric of 
the Ontario Youth Commission, 
Ontario Youth Secretariat and the 
programs that make up Ontario 
Youth Responsibilities (as part of 
the new Ministry for Skills 
Development), Mar. 22, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 

Apr. 21, 1981 ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Health, Apr. 30, 
1982-Sept. 12, 1983. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Community and 
Social Services, Sept. 12, 1983- 
Feb. 25, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Education and 
Minister of Colleges and 
Universities, Feb. 25, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 



Grande, Anthony 
William 

Grandmaitre, Bernard 
Charles 



NDP Oakwood 



Ottawa East 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Did Not Take 
Seat* 



Writ of Election - Oct 29, 1984. 
Election - Dec. 13, 1984. As the 
4th session of the Legislature was 
prorogued on Dec. 14, 1984, and 
the Legislature dissolved on 
Mar. 25, 1985, the member did 
not take his seat. 



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Alphabetical List of Members • 32Dd Legislature (Continued) 



Gregory, Hon, Milton 
Edward Charles 
"Bud" 



PC Mississauga East Apr. 21, 1981 



Grossman, Hon. 

Lawrence Sheldon 
"Larry" 



PC St. Andrew-St. 
Patrick 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Haggerty, Raymond 
Louis 

Harris, Hon. Michael 
Deane 



L Erie 
PC Nipissing 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Minister Without Portfolio and 
Chief Government Whip, 
Apr. 10, 1981-July6, 1983. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Revenue, 

July 6, 1983 (Shuffle)- 

Feb. 8, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Revenue, Feb. 8, 
1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Minister of Industry and Tourism, 
Apr. 10, 1981-Feb. 13, 1982. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Health, 
Feb. 13, 1982 (Shuffle)- 
July 6, 1983. (Davis Cabinet) 

Candidate for Ontario Progressive 
Conservative Party Leadership, 
January 1985. 

Treasurer of Ontario and Minister 
of Economics, July 6, 1983 
(Shuffle)-Feb. 8, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Treasurer of Ontario and Minister 
of Economics, Feb. 8, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 

Chair of Metro Caucus, 
Feb. 19, 1985. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of the Environment, 
Sept. 12, 1983-Feb. 8, 1985. 
(Davis Ministry) 

Minister of Natural Resources, 
Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



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Alphabetical List of Members • 32nd Legislature (Continued) 



Havrot, Edward Michael PC Timiskaming Apr. 21, 1981 



Henderson, Hon. Lome 
Charles 



PC Lambton 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Transportation and 
Communications, Feb. 25, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 

Minister of Agriculture and Food, 
Apr. 10, 1981-Feb. 13, 1982. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Provincial Secretary for 
Resources Development, 
Feb. 13, 1982-July 6, 1983. 
(Davis Cabinet) 



Hennessy, Michael 
Patrick "Mickey" 



PC FortWUliam Apr. 21, 1981 



Hodgson, William 
Marshall 
Chamberlain 



PC York North 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Northern Affairs, 
Apr. 30, 1982-Feb. 25, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Northern Affairs, 
Feb. 25, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Government Services, 
Apr. 30, 1982-Feb. 25, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Government Services, 
Feb. 25, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



Johnson, John McLellan 
"Jack" 



PC Wellington- Apr. 21, 1981 

Dufferin-Peel 



Johnston, Richard Frank NDP Scarborough West Apr. 21, 1981 



Jones, Terry David 



PC Mississauga North Apr. 2 1 , 1 98 1 



dlandidate for Ontario New 
Democratic Party Leadership, 
February 1982. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Treasurer of Ontario and Minister 
of Economics, Apr. 30, 1982- 
Sept. 12, 1983. (Davis Cabinet) 

ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Municipal Affairs & 
Housing, Feb. 25, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 



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Kells, Hon. Morley 
Cecil 



PC Humber 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Kennedy, Robert 
"Douglas" 



PC Mississauga South Apr. 21, 1981 



Kerr, George Albert 
Kerrio, Vincent George 
Kolyn, Albert 



PC Burlington South 
L Niagara Fails 
PC Lakeshore 



Apr. 21, 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 



Lane, John Gordon 



PC Algoma-Manitoulin Apr. 21, 1981 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Transportation and 
Communications, Sept. 12, 
1983-Feb. 25, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of the Environment, 
Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Intergovernmental 
Affairs, Apr. 30, 1982- 
Feb. 25, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Intergovernmental 
Affairs, Feb. 25, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (MUler Cabinet) 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Consumer and 
Commercial Relations, Feb. 25, 
1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Industry and Trade, 
Apr. 30, 1982-SepL 12, 1983. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Tourism and 
Recreation, SepL 12, 1983- 
Feb. 25, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of the Environment, 
Feb. 25, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



Laughren, Floyd 



NDP Nickel Belt 



Apr. 21, 1981 



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Leluk, Hon. Nicholas PC York West 

George 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Lupusella, Antonio 
'Tony" 

MacDonald, Donald 
Cameron 



Mackenzie, Robert 
Warren 



Mancini, Remo J. 
Martel, Elie Walter 



hfDP Dovercourt 



NDP York South 



NDP Hamilton East 



MacQuarrie, Robert PC Carleton East 

Waldron 



Apr. 21. 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 

Apr. 21, 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 



L Essex South 
NfDP Sudbury East 



Apr. 21, 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 



Minister of Correctional Services, 
Apr. 10, 1981-Feb. 8, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Correctional Services, 
Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



Resigned, July 31, 1982, to open 
a seat for Robert Keith Rae, 
Ontario New Democratic Party 
LeadCT. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Solicitor General, Apr. 30, 1982- 
Sept. 12, 1983. (Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Attorney General, Sept. 12, 
1983-Feb. 25, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Attorney General, Feb. 25, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 



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McCaffrey, Hon. Bruce 
Robert 



PC Armourdale 



Apr. 21. 1981 



McCague, Hon. George 
R. 



PC Dufferin-Simcoe Apr. 21, 1981 



McClellan, Ross A. 
McEwen, J, Earl 



McGuigan, James 
Fitzgerald 

McKessock, Robert 
Carson 

McLean, Hon. Allan 
Kenneth 



NDP Bellwoods 

L Frontenac- 

Addington 

L Kent-Elgin 
L Grey 
PC Simcoe East 



Apr. 21, 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 

Apr. 21, 1981 

Apr. 21, 1981 

Apr. 21, 1981 



Minister Without Portfolio, 
Apr. 10, 1981-Feb. 13, 1982. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Citizenship and 
Culture (new ministry), 
Feb. 13, 1982 (Shuffle)- 
July 6, 1983. (Davis Cabinet) 

Provincial Secretary for Social 
Development, July 6, 1983 
(Shuffle)-Dec. 23, 1983. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Community and 
Social Services (Acting), 
Sept. 29, 1983 - Nov. 21, 1983. 
(Retains other portfolio) 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Chairman of the Management 
Board of Cabinet, Apr. 10, 1981- 
Feb. 8, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Chairman of Cabinet, Apr. 10, 
1981-Feb. 8, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Transportation and 
Communications, Feb. 8, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 



Crossed the floor to Progressive 
Conservatives, May 22, 1984. 



Minister Without Portfolio for 
Southern Resources (attached to 
Natural Resources), Feb. 8, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 



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McMurtry, Hon. Roland 
"Roy" 



PC Eglinton 



McNeil, Ronald Keith 



PC Elgin 



Miller, Hon. Frank 
Stuart 



PC Muskoka 



Apr. 21, 1981 Attorney General, Apr. 10, 1981- 
Feb. 8, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Solicitor General, Apr. 10, 1981- 
Feb. 13, 1982. (Davis Cabinet) 

Candidate for Ontario Progressive 
Conservative Party Leadership, 
January 1985. 

Apr. 21, 1981 ParUamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Agriculture and Food, 
Apr. 30, 1982-Feb. 25, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Agriculture and Food, 
Feb. 25, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Apr. 21, 1981 Treasurer of Ontario and Minister 
of Economics, Apr. 10, 1981- 
July 6, 1983. (Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Industry and Trade 
Development, July 6, 1983 
(Shuffle)-Feb. 8, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Elected Leader of the Ontario 
Progressive Conservative Party, 
Jan. 26, 1985. 

Premier and President of the 
Council and Minister of 
Intergovernmental Affairs, 
Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



Miller, Gordon Irvin 



Haldimand-Norfolk Apr. 21, 1981 



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Mitchell, Hon. Robert 
C. 



PC Carieton 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Newman, Bernard 
Nixon, Robert Fletcher 



Norton, Hon. Keith 
Calder 



O'Neil, Hugh Patrick 
Peterson, David Robert 



L Windsor-WalkervUlc Apr. 21, 1981 



L Brant-Oxford- 
Norfolk 



Quinte 
London Centre 



Apr. 21, 1981 



PC Kingston & the Apr. 21, 1981 

Islands 



Philip, Edward Thomas NDP Etobicoke 



Apr. 21, 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 

Apr. 21, 1981 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Consumer and 
Commercial Relations, 
Apr. 30, 1982-Sept. 12,1983. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Health, 
Sept. 12, 1983-Feb. 25, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister Without Portfolio for 
Science and Technology (attached 
to Industry and Trade), 
Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



Minister of the Environment, 
Apr. 10, 1981-July 6, 1983. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Health, July 6, 1983 
(Shuffle)-Feb. 8, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Relieved of responsibilities of 
portfolio, Oct. 11, 1983- 
Dec. 5, 1983, due to illness. 

Minister of Education and 
Minister of Colleges and 
Universities, Feb. 8, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 



Elected Ontario Liberal Leader, 
Feb. 21, 1982. 

Leader of the Official Opposition. 



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Pich6, Hon. Ren6 L. 



PC Cochrane North 



Poirier, Jean 



Prescott & Russell 



Apr. 21, 1981 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Revenue, Sept. 12, 
1983-Feb. 25, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister Without Portfolio for 
Northern Transportation (attached 
to Northern Affairs), 
Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Did Not Take Writ of Election - Oct. 29, 1984. 
Seat* Election - Dec. 13, 1984. As the 

4th session of the Legislature was 
prorogued on Dec. 14, 1984, and 
the Legislature dissolved on 
Mar. 25, 1985, the member did 
not take his seat. 



Pollock, James 



Pope, Hon. Alan 
William 



PC Hastings- 
Peterborough 



Apr. 21, 1981 



PC Cochrane South Apr. 21,1981 



Minister of Natural Resources, 
Apr. 10, 1981-Feb. 8, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Health, Feb. 8, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 



Rae, Robert Keith 



NDP York South 



Nov. 15, 1982* Elected Ontario New Democratic 
Party Leader, Feb. 7, 1982. 

Writ of Election - Sept. 27, 
1982. Return of Writ - Nov. 12, 
1982. On Nov. 15, 1982, the 
House was informed of the 
election of Robert Keith Rae, in 
room of Donald Cameron 
MacDonald, resigned 

Leader of the Third Party. 



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Ramsay, Hon. Russell 
Harold 



PC Sault Ste. Marie Apr. 21, 1981 



Reed, Julian Alexander 

Amott 
Reid, Thomas "Patrick" 



L Halton-Burlington 
LL Rainy River 



Apr. 21, 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 



Renwick, James 
Alexandra" 



NDP Riverdale 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Riddell, John Keith 
"Jack" 

Robinson, Hon. Alan 
M. 



L Huron-Middlesex 



PC Scarborough- 
Ellesmere 



Apr. 21, 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 



Rotenberg, Hon. David PC Wilson Heights Apr. 21, 1981 



Provincial Secretary for 
Resources Development, 
Apr. 10, 1981-Feb. 13, 1982. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Labour, 
Feb. 13, 1982 (Shuffle)- 
Feb. 8, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Labour, 

Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 

(Miller Cabinet) 



Resigned, effective Oct 31, 
1984, to be Executive Director of 
the Ontario Mining Association 
on Nov. 1, 1984. A warrant for 
by-election was issued. 

Died, Nov. 28, 1984. Tributes 
were expressed by Mr. Welch, 
Mr. Peterson, Mr. Rae and Mr. 
Davis. The House was adjourned, 
Nov. 29, 1984, until 10 a.m. 
Nov. 30, 1984. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Citizenship and 
Culture, Sept. 12, 1983- 
Feb. 25, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Minister Without Portfolio and 
Chief Government Whip, 
Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and 
Housing, Apr. 30, 1982- 
Feb. 25, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Minister Without Portfolio for 
Uiban Affairs (attached to 
Municipal Affairs and Housing), 
Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



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Roy, Albert J. 



Runciman, Hon. Robert 
William 



Ruprecht, Antony M. 
'Tony" 

Ruston, Richard Fletcher 

Samis, George Roy 

Sargent, Edward Carson 

Scrivener, Margaret 

Sheppard, Howard 
Nicholas 

Shymko, Yuri R. 



Sloat, Ann 



Smith, Stuart Lyon 



L Ottawa East 

PC Leeds 

L Paricdale 

L Essex North 

NDP Cornwall 

L Grey-Bruce 

PC St. David 

PC Northumberland 



Apr. 21, 1981 

Apr. 21, 1981 

Apr. 21, 1981 

Apr. 21, 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 



PC High Park-Swansea Apr. 21, 1981 



PC Wentworth North 



Did Not Take 
Seat* 



Hamilton West 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Resigned, effective Fri. Aug. 3, 
1984, to run for federal office. A 
warrant for by-election was 
issued. 

Minister of Government Services, 
Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Tourism and 
Recreation, Feb. 25, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Provincial Secretary for Social 
Development, SepL 12, 1983- 
Feb. 25, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Community and 
Social Services, Feb. 25, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 

Writ of Election - Oct 29, 1984. 
Election - Dec. 13, 1984. As the 
4th session of the Legislature was 
prorogued on Dec. 14, 1984, and 
the 32nd Legislature dissolved on 
Mar. 25, 1985, the member did 
not take her seat. 

Leader of the Ontario Liberal 
Party and Official Leader of the 
Opposition. 

Resigned, Jan. 25, 1982, on 
becoming Chairman of the 
Science Council of Canada. A 
new election was called. 



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Snow, Hon. James 
Wilfied 



PC OakviUe 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Spensieri, Michael A. 

Stephenson, Hon. Bette 
M. 



L Yorkview 
PC York Mills 



Apr. 21, 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 



Sterling, Hon. Norman 
William 



PC Carleton-GrenviUe Apr. 21, 1981 



Minister of Transportation and 
Communications (Portfolio 
reconstruction) Apr. 10, 1981- 
Feb. 8, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Minister Without Portfolio for 
Urban Transit (attached to 
Transpcxtation and 
Communications), Feb. 8, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 



Minister of Colleges and 
Universities, Apr. 10, 1981- 
Feb. 8, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Education, 
Apr. 10, 1981-Feb. 8, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Chairman of the Management 
Board of Cabinet, Feb. 8, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 

Deputy Premier, Apr. 8, 1985- 
May 17. 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 

Minister Without Portfolio, 
Apr. 10, 1981-Feb. 13, 1982. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Provincial Secretary for Justice, 
Feb. 13, 1982-July 6, 1983. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Provincial Secretary for 
Resources Development, 
July 6, 1983-Feb. 8, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 



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Stevenson, Kenneth 
"Ross" 



PC Durham-Y(Hk 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Stokes, John Edward 
"Jack" 

Swart, Melvin Leroy 

Sweeney, John Roland 



Taylor, Hon. George 
William 

Taylor, James A. 



NDP Lake Nipigon 



NDP Welland-Thorold 
L Kitchener-Wilmot 



PC Simcoe Centre 



PC 



Prince Edward- 
Lennox 



Apr. 21, 1981 

Apr. 21, 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 

Apr. 21. 1981 

Apr. 21, 1981 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of the Environment, 
Apr. 30, 1982-Sept. 12, 1983. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Treasurer of Ontario and Minister 
of Economics, Sept 12, 1983- 
Feb. 25, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Treasurer of Ontario and Minister 
of Economics, Feb. 25, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 



Candidate for Ontario Liberal 
Party Leadership, February 1982. 

Solicitor General, Feb. 13, 1982- 
Feb. 8, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Industry and Trade, 
Sept. 12, 1983-Feb. 25, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Industry and Trade, 
Feb. 25, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



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Timbrel], Hon, Dennis 
Roy 



PC Don Mills 



Apr. 21, 1981 Minister of Health, 

Apr. 10, 1981-Feb. 13, 1982. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Candidate for Ontario Progressive 
Conservative Party Leadership, 
January 1985. 

Minister of Agriculture and Food, 
Feb. 13, 1982 (Shuffle)- 
Feb. 8, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Municipal Affairs and 
Housing and Minister 
Responsible for Women's Issues, 
Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



Treleaven, Richard L. 

Turner, Hon. John 
Melville 



PC Oxford 

PC Peterborough 



Apr. 21, 1981 
Apr. 21, 1981 



On Apr. 21, 1981, the Premier, 
Mr. Davis, proposed John 
Melville Turner, MPP, 
Peterborough, as Speaker. 
Seconded and resolved. 
Apr. 21, 1981 - Date took chair. 



Van Home, Ronald 
GcOTge 

Villeneuve, Noble A. 



London North 



PC Stormont, Dundas 
& Glengarry 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Jan. 5, 1984* 



Writ of Election - Oct 31, 1983. 
Return of Writ - Dec. 23, 1983. 
On Mar. 20, 1984, the House 
was informed of the election of 
Noble Villeneuve, MPP, 
Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry, 
in room of Osie F. Villeneuve, 
deceased. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Health, 
Feb. 25, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



Villeneuve, Osie F. 



PC Stormont, Dundas 
& Glengarry 



Apr. 21, 1981 Died, Sept. 25, 1983. A new 
election was called. 



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Walker, Hon. Gordon 
Wayne 



PC London South 



Watson, Andrew 
Naismith 



PC Chatham-Kent 



Apr. 21, 1981 Provincial Secretary for Justice, 
Apr. 10, 1981-Feb, 13, 1982; 
July 6, 1983-Feb. 8, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Consumer and 
Commercial Relations, 
Apr. 10, 1981-Feb. 13, 1982. 
(Retains other portfolio) (Davis 
Cabinet) 

Ministry of Industry and Trade 
Development (Portfolio 
reconstruction), Feb. 13, 1982- 
July 6, 1983. (Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Consumer and 
Commercial Relations, 
Feb. 8, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Apr. 21, 1981 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Community and 
Social Services, Apr. 30, 1982- 
Sept. 12, 1983. (Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Energy, 
Sept. 12, 1983-Feb. 25, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Energy, 
Feb. 25, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



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Welch, Hon. Robert 
Stanley 



PC Brock 



Apr. 21, 1981 



Wells, Hon. Thomas 
Leonard 



PC Scarborough North Apr. 21,1981 



Deputy Premier, Apr. 10, 1981- 
Feb. 8, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Energy, Apr. 10, 
1981-July6, 1983. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister Responsible for 
Women's Issues (Directorate 
estabUshed May 17, 1983), 
May 17, 1983-Feb. 8, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Deputy Premier and 

Attorney General, Feb. 8, 1985- 

Apr. 8, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 

Attorney General, Feb. 8, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 

Government House Leader, 
Feb. 20, 1985. (MUler Cabinet) 

Minister of Intergovernmental 

Affairs, Apr. 10, 1981- 

Feb. 8, 1985. (Davis Cabinet) 

Government House Leader, Dec. 
23, 1983-Feb. 8, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Minister of Health (Acting), 
Oct. 11, 1983 -Dec. 5, 1983. 
(Davis Cabinet) 



Wildman, Charles 
Jackson "Bud" 



NDP Algoma 



Apr. 21, 1981 



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Williams, Hon. John 
Reesor 



PC Oriole 



Apr. 21, 1981 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Revenue, 
Apr. 30, 1982-SepL 12, 1983. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Consumer and 
Commercial Relations, 
Sept. 12, 1983-Feb. 25, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

Solicitor General, Feb. 8, 1985- 
May 17, 1985. (Miller Cabinet) 



Wiseman, Hon. E)ouglas 
Jack 


PC 


Lanark 


Apr. 21, 


1981 


Worton, Harry A. 


L 


Wellington South 


Apr. 21, 


1981 


Wrye, William Munro 


L 


Windsor-Sandwich 


Apr. 21, 


1981 


Yakabuski, Paul Joseph 


PC 


Renfrew South 


Apr. 21, 


1981 



Minister of Government Services, 
Apr. 10, 1981-July 6, 1983. 
(Davis Cabinet) 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Natural Resources, 
Apr. 30, 1982-Feb. 25, 1985. 
(Davis Cabinet) 

ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Natural Resources, 
Feb. 25, 1985-May 17, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



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Constituency 


Member 


Party Comments 


Algoma 


Charles Jackson "Bud" 
Wildman 


NDP 


Algoma-Manitoulin 


John Gordon Lane 


PC 


Armourdale 


Hon. Bruce Robert 
McCaffrey 


PC 


Beaches- Woodbine 


Marion Helen Bryden 


NDP 


Bellwoods 


Ross A. McClellan 


NDP 


Brampton 


Hon. William Grenville 
Davis 


PC Ontario Premier. 

Announced retirement, Oct. 9, 1984. 


Brant-Oxford-Norfolk 


Robert Fletcher Nixon 


L 


Brantford 


Hon. Philip Andrew 
Gillies 


PC 


Brock 


Hon. Robert Stanley 
Welch 


PC 


Burlington South 


George Albert Ken- 


PC 


Cambridge 


William Walter Barlow 


PC 


Carleton 


Hon. Robert C. Mitchell 


PC 


Carleton East 


Robert Waldron 
MacQuarrie 


PC 


Carleton-Grenville 


Hon. Norman William 
Sterling 


PC 


Chatham-Kent 


Andrew Naismith 
Watson 


PC 


Cochrane North 


Hon. Ren6 L. Pich6 


PC 


Cochrane South 


Hon. Alan William 
Pope 


PC 


Cornwall 


George Roy Samis 


NDP 


Don Mills 


Hon. Dennis Roy 
Timbrell 


PC 



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Dovercourt 


Antonio "Tony" 
Lupusella 


NDP 


Downsview 


Odoardo Di Santo 


NDP 


Dufferin-Simcoe 


Hon. George R. 
McCague 


PC 


Durham East 


Sammy Lawrence 
Cureatz 


PC 


Durham West 


Hon. George Lyle Ashe 


PC 


Durham- Yoric 


Kenneth "Ross" 
Stevenson 


PC 


Eglinton 


Hon. Roland "Roy" 
McMurtry 


PC 


Elgin 


Ronald Keith McNeil 


PC 


Erie 


Raymond Louis 
Haggerty 


L 


Essex North 


Richard Retcher Ruston 


L 


Essex South 


Remo J. Mancini 


L 


Etobicoke 


Edward Thomas Philip 


NDP 


Fort William 


Michael Patrick 

"Mickey" Hennessy 


PC 


Frontenac-Addington 


J. Earl McEwen 


L 


Frontenac-Addington 


J. Earl McEwen 


PC 


Grey 


Robert Carson 
McKessock 


L 


Grey-Bruce 


Edward Carson Sargent 


L 


Haldimand-Norfolk 


Gordon Irvin Miller 


L 


Halton-Burlington 


Julian Alexander Amott 
Reed 


L 


Hamilton Centre 


Sheila M. Copps 


L 


Hamilton Centre 


Michael Norman 
Davison 


NDP 



Crossed floor to Progressive Conservatives, 
May 22, 1984. 



Resigned, Aug. 6, 1984. 

NDP Elected, Dec. 13, 1984. Did not take seat, 
as the 32nd Legislature was prorogued on 
Dec. 14, 1984. 



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Hamilton East 


Robert Warren 
Mackenzie 


NDP 




Hamilton Mountain 


Brian Albert Charlton 


NDP 




Hamilton West 


Stuart Lyon Smith 


L 


Ontario Liberal Party Leader. 
Resigned, Jan. 25, 1982. 


Hamilton West 


Richard Allen 


NDP 


Elected, June 17, 1982. Sworn in on 
June 28, 1982. 


Hastings-Peterborough 


James Pollock 


PC 




High Park-Swansea 


Yuri R. Shymko 


PC 




Humber 


Hon. Morley Cecil Kells 


PC 




Huron-Bruce 


Murray John Elston 


L 




Huron-Middlesex 


John Keith "Jack" 
RiddeU 


L 




Kenora 


Leo Edward Bemier 


PC 




Kent-Elgin 


James Fitzgerald 
McGuigan 


L 




Kingston & the Islands 


Hon. Keith Calder 
Norton 


PC 




Kitchener 


James Roos Breithaupt 


L 


Resigned, Oct. 31, 1984. 


Kitchener-Wilmot 


John Roland Sweeney 


L 




Lake Nipigon 


John Edward "Jack" 
Stokes 


NDP 




I^keshore 


Albert Kolyn 


PC 




Lambton 


Hon. Lome Charles 
Henderson 


PC 




Lanark 


Hon. Douglas Jack 
Wiseman 


PC 




Leeds 


Hon. Robert William 
Runciman 


PC 




Lincoln 


Hon. Philip W. 
Andrewes 


PC 





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London Centre 


David Robert Peterson 


L 


London North 


Ronald George Van 
Home 


L 


London South 


Hon. Gordon Wayne 
Walker 


PC 


Middlesex 


Hon. Robert Gordon 
Eaton 


PC 


Mississauga East 


Hon. Milton Edward 
Charles "Bud" 
Gregory 


PC 


Mississauga North 


Terry David Jones 


PC 


Mississauga South 


Robert "Douglas" 
Kennedy 


PC 


Muskoka 


Hon. Frank Stuart 
MiUer 


PC 


Niagara Falls 


Vincent George Kerrio 


L 


Nickel Belt 


Floyd Laughren 


NDP 


Nipissing 


Hon. Michael Deane 
Harris 


PC 


Northumberland 


Howard Nicholas 
Sheppard 


PC 


OakviUe 


James Wilfred Snow 


PC 


Oakwood 


Anthony William 
Grande 


NDP 


Oriole 


Hon. John Reesor 
Williams 


PC 


Oshawa 


Michael James Breaugh 


NDP 


Ottawa Centre 


Michael Morris Cassidy 


NDP 


Ottawa Centre 


Evelyn Adelaide 
Gigantes 


NDP 


Ottawa East 


Albert J. Roy 


L 



Elected Ontario Liberal Leader, 

Feb. 21, 1982. 

Official Leader of the Opposition. 



Elected Leader of the Ontario Progressive 
Conservative Party, Jan. 26, 1985. 
Premier of Ontario, Feb. 8, 1985. 



Resigned, Aug. 3, 1984. 

Elected, Dec. 13, 1984. Did not take seat, 
as the 32nd Legislature was prorogued on 
Dec. 14, 1984. 

Resigned, Aug. 3, 1984. 



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Alphabetical List of Constituencies - 32nd Legislature (Continued) 



Ottawa East 


Bernard Charles 
Grandmaitre 


L 


Ottawa South 


Hon. Claude Frederick 
Bennett 


PC 


Ottawa West 


Hon. Reuben Conrad 
Baetz 


PC 


Oxford 


Richard L. Treleaven 


PC 


Paikdale 


Antony M. *Tony" 
Ruprecht 


L 


Parry Sound 


Hon. Ernie L. Eves 


PC 


Perth 


Hugh Alden Edighoffer 


L 


Peterborough 


Hon. John Melville 
Turner 


PC 


Port Arthur 


James Francis Foulds 


NDP 


Prescott & Russell 


Don Boudria 


L 


Prescott & Russell 


Jean Poirier 


L 


Prince Edward-Lennox 


James A. Taylor 


PC 


Quinte 


Hugh Patrick O'Neil 


L 


Rainy River 


Thomas "Patrick" Reid 


LL 


Renfrew North 


Sean Gerard Conway 


L 


Renfrew South 


Paul Joseph Yakabuski 


PC 


Riverdale 


James Alexander 
Renwick 


NDP 


St. Andrew-St, Patrick 


Hon. Lawrence Sheldon 
"Larry" Grossman 


PC 



Elected, Dec. 13, 1984. Did not take seat, 
as the 32nd Legislature was prorogued on 
Dec. 14. 1984. 



Speaker. 



Resigned, Aug. 6, 1984. 

Elected, Dec. 13, 1984. Did not take seat, 
as the 32nd Legislature was {M^orogued on 
Dec. 14, 1984. 



Resigned, Oct 31, 1984. 



Died, Nov. 28, 1984. 



St. Catharines 
St. David 
St. George 
Samia 



James Joseph Bradley L 

Margaret Scrivener PC 

Hon. Susan A. Fish PC 

Hon. Andrew S. Brandt PC 



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Alphabetical List of Constituencies - 32nd Legislature (Continued) 



Sauk Ste. Marie 


Hon, Russell Harold 
Ramsay 


PC 


Scarfoorough Centre 


Hon, James Francis 
"Frank" Drea 


PC 


ScarbcM-ough East 


Hon. Margaret Birch 


PC 


Scaiborough-EUesmere 


Hon, Alan M. Robinson 


PC 


Scarborough North 


Hon, Thomas Leonard 
Wells 


PC 


Scarborough West 


Richard Frank Johnston 


NDP 


Simcoe Centre 


Hon. George William 
Taylor 


PC 


Simcoe East 


Hon. Allan Kenneth 
Mdjesm 


PC 


Stormont, Dundas & 
Glengarry 


Osie Villeneuve 


PC 


Stormont, Dundas & 
Glengarry 


Noble A. Villeneuve 


PC 


Sudbury 


James K. Gordon 


PC 


Sudbury East 


Elie Walter Martel 


NDP 


Timiskaming 


Edward Michael Havrot 


PC 


Victoria-Haliburton 


John F. Eakins 


L 


Waterloo North 


Herbert Arnold Epp 


L 


Welland-'nKMold 


Melvin Leroy Swart 


NDP 


Wellington-Dufferin- 
Pecl 


John McLellan "Jack" 
Johnson 


PC 


Wellington South 


Harry A. Worton 


L 


Wentwath 


Hon. Gordon Howlett 
Dean 


PC 


Wentworth North 


Eric Gordon 
Cunningham 


L 


Wentworth North 


Ann Sloat 


PC 


Wilson Heights 


Hon. David Rotenberg 


PC 



Died, Sept. 25, 1983. 



Elected, Dec. 15, 1983. Sworn in on 
Jan. 5, 1984. 



Resigned, Aug. 2, 1984. 



Elected, Dec. 13, 1984, Did not take seat, 
as the 32nd Legislature was iM-orogued on 
Dec. 14. 1984. 



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Alphabetical List of Constituencies • 32nd Legislature (Continued) 



Windsor-Riverside 


David Cooke 


NDP 


Windsor-Sandwich 


William Monro Wrye 


L 


Windsor-Walkerville 


Bernard Newnian 


L 


York Centre 


W. Donald Cousens 


PC 


York East 


Hon. Robert Goldwin 
Elgie 


PC 


York Mills 


Hon. Bette M. 
Stephenson 


PC 


York North 


William Marshall 
Chamberlain 
Hodgson 


PC 


York South 


Donald Cameron 
MacDonald 


NDP 


York South 


Robert Keith Rae 


NDP 



York West 
Yorkview 



NDP Resigned, July 31, 1982. 



NDP Elected Ontario New Democratic Party 
Leader. Feb. 7, 1982. 

Elected, Nov. 4, 1982. Sworn in on 
Nov. 15, 1982. 



Hon. Nicholas George PC 
Leluk 

Michael A. Spensieri L 



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Legislative Highlights 

33rd Legislature 

June 4, 1985 - June 29, 1987 



• May 2, 1985: Progressive Conservative Party retained 52 seats in the 
General Election and Frank Miller, Premier formed a minority 
government. 

• May 28, 1985: Ontario Liberal Party Leader David Peterson, MPP, 
London Centre, and Ontario New Democratic Party Leader Bob Rae, 
MPP, York South, signed An Agenda for Reform: Proposals for 
Minority Parliament, which provided the necessary political support 
for the Liberal Party to form a government. 

• June 26, 1985: David Peterson became the first Liberal Premier of 
Ontario in forty-two years. 

• July 2, 1985: Frank Miller, MPP, Muskoka, Leader of the Progressive 
Conservative Party, became leader of the Official Opposition. 

• November 16, 1985: Larry Grossman, MPP, St.Andrew-St.Patrick, 
was elected Leader of the Progressive Conservative Party. (Other 
candidates: Alan Pope and Dennis Timbrell) 

• November 22, 1985: Frank Miller resigned as Progressive 
Conservative Leader. 

• October 6, 1986: New Democrat David Ramsay, MPP, Timiskaming, 
crossed the floor to join the Liberals. 

• December 17, 1986: New Democrat Tony Lupusella, MPP, 
Dovercourt, crossed the floor to join the Liberals. 



LEGISLATURES OF ONTARIO 
33rd Legislature 

General Election May 2, 1985 
Sessions of the Thirty-third Legislature of Ontario: June 4, 1985 - June 29, 1987 

First: June 4, 1985 - June 18, 1985 and 

July 2, 1985 - July 12, 1985 and 

October 15, 1985 - December 20, 1985 and 

January 6, 1986 - February 12, 1986. 
Second: April 22, 1986 - July 10, 1986 and 

October 14, 1986 - December 18, 1986 and 

January 12, 1987 - February 12, 1987. 
-niiixi: April 28, 1987 - June 29, 1987. 



Members 



Alphabetical List of Members 
Party Constituency Sworn In Comments 



Allen, Richard 



NDP Hamilton West 



Andrewes, Hon. Philip PC Lincoln 
W. 



Ashe, Hon. George Lyle PC Durham West 



Baetz, Hon. Reuben 
Conrad 



PC Ottawa West 



Barlow, William Walter PC Cambridge 

Bennett, Hon. Claude PC Ottawa South 

Frederick 



Bemier, Hon. Leo 
Edward 



Bossy, Maurice Louis 



Bradley, Hon. James 
Joseph 



PC Kenora 



L Chatham-Kent 



L St. Catharines 



June 4, 1985 
June 4, 1985 

June 4, 1985 

June 4, 1985 

June 4, 1985 
June 4, 1985 



June 4, 1985 



June 4, 1985 



June 4, 1985 



Minister of Health, 

May 17, 1985-June 26, 1985. 

(Miller Cabinet) 

Chairman of Management 
Board of Cabinet, May 17, 
1985-June 26, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Minister of Intergovernmental 
Affairs, May 17, 1985- 
June 26, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



Minister of Tourism and 
Recreation and 
Chairman of Cabinet, 
May 17, 1985-June 26. 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Minister of Northern Affairs, 
May 17, 1985-June 26, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

ParUamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Housing, 

Jan. 9, 1987-Sept. 30, 1987. 

Minister of the Environment, 
June 26, 1985-SepL 29. 
1987. 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



Brandt, Hon. Andrew S. PC Samia 



June 4, 1985 



Breaugh, Michael James 
Bryden, Marion Helen 
Callahan, Robert V. 
Caplan, Hon. Elinor 



NDP Oshawa June 4, 1985 

NDP Beaches-Woodbine June 4, 1985 

L Brampton June 4, 1985 

L Oriole June 4, 1985 



Charlton, Brian Albert 

Conway, Hon. Sean 
Gaaid 



NDP Hamilton Mountain June 4, 1985 
L Renfrew North June 4, 1985 



Cooke, David R. 
Cooke, David 



L Kitchener June 4, 1985 

NDP Windsor-Riverside June 4, 1985 



Minister of Industry and 
Trade, May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. (Miller Cabinet) 



Chairman of the Management 
Board of Cabinet and 
Minister of Government 
Services, June 26, 1985- 
June 16, 1986. 

Resigned, June 16, 1986 from 
both portfolios, following 
conflict of interest allegations. 

On June 16, 1986, the alleged 
conflict of interest concerning 
the Hon. Elinor Caplan was 
referred to the Standing 
Committee on Public 
Accounts. The Committee 
issued a consensus report on 
Sept. 18, 1986 citing Caplan 
for poor judgment. Adoption 
of Report, Oct. 15, 1986. 

The Committee's opposition 
members voted on Oct. 3, 
1986 to amend their report to 
cite a conflict of interest but 
no use of influence. 



Minister of Education, 
June 26, 1985-Sept. 29, 
1987. 

Minister of Government 
Services (Acting), July 2, 
1986-Sept. 29, 1987. 
(Retains other portfolio) 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



Cordiano, Joseph 



L Downsview 



Cousens, Hon. W. 
E)onald 



Cureatz, Hon. Sammy 
Lawrence 



PC York Centre 



PC Durham East 



June 4, 1985 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Colleges and 
Universities, June 26, 1985- 
Jan. 9, 1987. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Community and 
Social Services, Jan. 9, 1987- 
SepL 30, 1987. 

June 4, 1985 Minister of Correctional 
Services, May 17, 1985- 
June 26, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

June 4, 1985 Minister Without Portfolio 
(attached to the Premier's 
Office), May 17, 1985- 
June 26, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



Curling, Alvin Frederick L Scarborough North June 4, 1985 



Davis, William C. 

Dean, Hon. Gordon 
Howlett 



Eakins, Hon. John F. 



Elgie, Hon. Robert 
Gold win 



PC Scarborough Centre June 4, 1985 
PC Wentworth June 4. 1985 

L Victoria-Haliburton June 4, 1985 



Edighoffer, Hon. Hugh L Perth 

Alden 



PC York East 



Minister of Housing (Rent 
Review), June 26, 1985- 
SepL 29, 1987. 



Minister of Revenue, 

May 17, 1985-June 26, 1985. 

(Miller Cabinet) 

Minister of Tourism and 
Recreation, June 26, 1985- 
SepL 29, 1987. 



June 4, 1985 On June 4, 1985, the Premier, 
Mr. Miller, pressed Hugh 
Alden Edighoffer, MPP, 
Perth, as Speaker. Seconded 
and resolved. June 4, 1985 - 
Date took chair. 

June 4, 1985 Minister of Labour, 

May 17, 1985-June 26, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Resigned, Sept. 26, 1985, 
having been appointed 
Chairman of the Worker's 
Compensation Board. 
A new election was called. 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



Elston, Hon. Murray 
John 



Huron-Bruce 



June 4, 1985 



Minister of Health, 
June 26, 1985-SepL 29, 
1987. 



Epp, Herbert Arnold 



Waterloo North 



Eves, Hon. Ernie L. 



Ferraro, Rick Eugenio 



Fish, Hon. Susan A. 



Fontaine, Hon. Jacques 
Nod "Ren6" 



PC Parry Sound 



June 4, 1985 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Treasurer of Ontario and 
Minister of Economics and 
the Minister of Revenue, June 
26, 1985-Sept. 30, 1987. 

June 4, 1985 Minister of Community and 
Social Services, May 17, 
1985-June 26, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



L Wellington South June 4, 1985 



PC St. George 



Cochrane North 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Industry, Trade 
and Technology, June 26, 
1985-Sept. 30, 1987. 



June 4, 1985 Minister of Environment, 

May 17, 1985-June 26, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

June 4, 1985 Minister of Northern Affairs 
and Mines, June 26, 1985- 
Nov. 27, 1985. 

Minister of Northern 
Develc^ment and Mines, 
Nov. 27, 1985-June 26, 1986. 

Resigned, June 26, 1986, as 
both Minister and Member, 
due to allegations of conflict 
of interest. 

On July 2, 1986, the matter 
of Ren6 Fontaine's 
compliance with the conflict 
of interest guidelines were 
referred to the Standing 
Committee on the Legislative 
Assembly. The Committee 
found th^ Fontaine had 
txeached the PrenuCT's 
Conflict of Interest guidelines. 
Report adq)ted, Oct. 14, 
1986. 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



Fontaine, Jacques No6 L Cochrane North 

"Ren6" 



Oct. 14, 1986* 



Foulds, James Francis NDP Port Arthur 
Fulton, Hon. Edward A. L Scarborough East 



Gigantes, Evelyn 
Adelaide 

Gillies, Hon. Philip 
Andrew 



NfDP Ottawa Centre 



PC Brantford 



Gordon, Hon. James K, PC Sudbury 



Grande, Anthony 
William 

Grandmaitre, Hon. 
BCTnard Charles 



Gregory, Hon, Milton 
Edward Charles 
"Bud" 

Grier, Ruth Anna 



NDP Oakwood 



Ottawa East 



June 4, 1985 
June 4, 1985 

June 4, 1985 
June 4. 1985 

June 4, 1985 

June 4, 1985 
June 4, 1985 



PC Mississauga East June 4, 1985 



Writ of Election - June 26, 
1986. Return of Writ - Aug. 
27, 1986. On Oct. 14, 1986, 
the House was informed of the 
election of Ren6 Fontaine, 
MPP, Cochrane North, who 
had previously resigned his 
seat. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Tourism and 
Recreation, Jan. 9, 1987- 
Sept 30, 1987. 



Minister of Transportation and 
Communications, June 26, 
1985-Sept. 29, 1987. 



Minister of Skills 
Development, May 17, 1985- 
June 26,1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Minister of Government 
Services, May 17, 1985- 
June 26, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



Minister of Municipal Affairs 
and Minister Responsible for 
Francophone Affairs, 
June 26, 1985-SepL 29, 
1987. 

Solicitor General, May 17, 
1985-June 26, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



NDP Lakeshore 



June 4, 1985 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



Grossman, Hon. 

Lawrence Sheldon 
"Larty" 



PC St. Andrew-St. June 4, 1985 Minister of Education and 

Patrick Colleges and Universities, 

Secretary for Social 
Development and Government 
House Leader, May 17, 1985- 
June 26, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Elected Leader of the Ontario 
Progressive Conservative 
Party, Nov. 16, 1985. 

Recognized as Leader of Her 
Majesty's Loyal Opposition, 
Nov. 25, 1985. 



Guindon, Luc Bernard 

Haggerty, Raymond 
Louis 



PC Cornwall 
L Erie 



June 4, 1985 
June 4, 1985 



Harris, Hon. Michael 
Deane 



Hart, Christine 



PC Nipissing 



York East 



June 4, 1985 



Apr. 28, 1986* 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Government 
Services, June 26, 1985- 
Jan. 9, 1987. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Chairman of the Management 
Board of Cabinet, 
Sept. 20, 1985-Jan. 9. 1987. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Municipal Affairs, 
Jan. 9, 1987-Sept. 30, 1987. 

Minister of Natural Resources 
and Minister of Energy, 
May 17, 1985-June 26, 1985. 

Writ of Election - Mar. 6, 
1986. 

On Apr. 28, 1986, the House 
was informed of the election 
of Christine Hart, MPP, York 
East, in room of Robert G. 
Elgie, resigned to be 
Chairman of the Worker's 
Compensation Board. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Health, Jan. 9, 
1987-Sept. 30, 1987. 



Hayes, Patrick Michael NDP Essex North 



June 4, 1985 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



Henderson, D. James 



HumbCT 



June 4, 1985 



Hennessy, Michael 
Patrick "Mickey" 



PC Fort William 



Keyes, Hon. Kenneth A. 



Knight, Donald S. 



Kingston & the 
Islands 



June 4, 1985 



Jackson, Cameron D. PC Burlington South June 4, 1985 

Johnson, John McLellan PC Wellington- June 4, 1985 
"Jack" Dufferin-Pcel 

Johnston, Richard Frank NDP Scarborough West June 4, 1985 

Kerrio, Hon. Vincent L Niagara Falls June 4, 1985 

George 



June 4, 1985 



Halton-Burlington June 4, 1985 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Community and 
Social Services, June 26, 
1985-Jan. 9, 1987. 

ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Colleges and 
Universities, Jan. 9, 1987- 
Sept. 30, 1987. 



Minister of Natural Resources 
and Minister of Energy, 
June 26, 1985-Sept. 29, 
1987. 

Minister of Correctional 
Services, June 26, 1985- 
Sept. 29, 1987. 

Solicitor General, June 26, 
1985-Dec. 3, 1986. Resigned 
as Solicitor General Dec. 3, 
1986 amid controversy 
relating to illegal 
consumption of alcohol. 
(Retains other portfolio) 

Solicitor General, reappointed 
Jan. 9, 1987-Sept. 29, 1987. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Chairman of the Management 
Board of Cabinet, Jan. 9, 
1987-Sept. 30, 1987. 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



Kwinter, Hon. Monte L Wilson Heights June 4, 1985 



Lane, John Gordon 

Laughren, Floyd 

Leluk, Hon. Nicholas 
George 



Lupusella, Antonio 
'Tony" 



Mackenzie, Robert 
Wairen 

Mancini, Remo J. 



PC Algoma-Manitoulin June 4, 1985 
ISfDP Nickel Belt June 4, 1985 

PC York West June 4, 1985 



NDP Dovercourt 



June 4, 1985 



NDP Hamilton East 



Essex South 



June 4, 1985 
June 4, 1985 



Marland, Margaret PC Mississauga South June 4, 1985 

Martel, Elie Walter NDP Sudbury East June 4, 1985 

McCaffrey, Bruce Robert PC Armourdale June 4, 1985 

McCague, Hon. George PC Dufferin-Simcoe June 4, 1985 
R. 



Minister of Consumer and 
Commercial Relations, 
June 26, 1985-Sept. 29, 
1987. 

Minister of Financial 
Institutions, Apr. 1, 1986- 
SepL 29, 1987. 



Minister of Citizenship and 
Culture, May 17, 1985- 
June 26, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Crossed the floor to the 
Ontario Liberals, Dec. 17, 
1986. Accepted into the 
Liberal caucus 
Jan. 13, 1987. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Premier and responsible for 
Parliamentary Reform, 
June 26, 1985-Sept. 20, 
1985. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Premier and Minister of 
Intergovernmental Affairs, 
Sept. 20, 1985-Jan. 9, 1987. 



Minister of Transportation and 
Communications, May 17, 
1985-June 26, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



McClellan, Ross A. 



NDP Bellwoods 



June 4, 1985 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



McFadden, David James PC Eglinton 



McGuigan, James 
Fitzgerald 



McKessock, Robert 
Carson 



McLean, Hon. Allan 
Kenneth 



McNeil, Ronald Keith 

Miller, Hon. Frank 
Stuart 



Kent-Elgin 



L Grey 



PC Simcoe East 



PC Elgin 
PC Muskoka 



June 4, 1985 
June 4, 1985 



June 4, 1985 



June 4, 1985 

June 4, 1985 
June 4, 1985 



Miller, Gordon Irvin L Haldimand-Norfolk June 4, 1985 



Mitchell, Hon. Robert PC Carleton 
C. 



June 4, 1985 



Morin, Gilles E. L Carleton East June 4, 1985 

Morin-Strom, Karl Avid NDP Sault Ste. Marie June 4, 1985 

* By-election 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Natural Resources 
and Energy, June 26, 1985- 
Jan. 9, 1987. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Natural 
Resources, Jan. 9, 1987-Sept. 
30, 1987. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Solicitor General and Minister 
of Correctional Services, 
June 26, 1985-Sept. 30. 
1987. 

Minister Without Portfolio 
(attached to Municipal Affairs 
and Housing), May 17, 1985- 
June 26, 1985. 



Premier and President of the 
CouncU, May 17, 1985- 
June 26, 1985. 

Recognized as Leader of Her 
Majesty's Loyal Opposition, 
July 2, 1985. 

Resigned as Leado" of her 
Loyal Opposition, Nov. 22, 
1985. Tributes in Legislature 
Nov. 18, 1985. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Agriculture and 
Food, June 26, 1985-Sept 
30, 1987. 

Minister Without Portfolio 
and Chief Government Whip, 
May 17, 1985-June 26, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



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Alphabetical List of Members • 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



Munro, Hon. Lily Oddie L Hamilton Centre June 4, 1985 



Newman, Bernard 

Nixon, Hon. Robert 
Fletcher 



L Windsor-Walkerville June 4, 1985 

L Brant-Oxford- June 4, 1985 

Norfolk 



Minister of Citizenship and 
Culture, June 26, 1985- 
SepL 29, 1987. 



Treasurer of Ontario and 
Minister of Economics and 
Minister of Revenue, 
June 26, 1985-Sept. 29, 
1987. 



O'Connor, Terrance P. PC Oakville 

'Teny" 



Offer, Steven 



June 4, 1985 



L Mississauga North June 4, 1985 



Chairman of the Management 
Board of Cabinet (Acting), 
July 2, 1986-Sept. 29, 1987. 

Government House Lead^, 
June 26, 1985. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Consumer and 
Commercial Relations, 
June 26, 1985-SepL 30, 
1987. 



O'Neil, Hon. Hugh 
Patrick 



Partington, Peter 



Quinte 



PC BrxDck 



June 4, 1985 



June 4, 1985 



Minister of Industry, Trade 
and Technology, June 26, 
1985-Sept. 29, 1987. 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



Peterson, Hon. David 
Robert 



London Centre 



June 4, 1985 



Philip, Edward Thomas NDP Etobicoke June 4, 1985 

Pierce, Franklin "Jack" PC Rainy River June 4, 1985 

Poirier, Jean L Prescott & Russell June 4, 1985 



Pollock, James 



Polsinelli, Claudio 



PC Hastings- 
Peterborough 

L Yorkview 



June 4, 1985 



June 4, 1985 



Recognized as Leader of Her 
Majesty's Loyal Opposition, 
June 4, 1985. 

Signed with Robert Rae, 
Leader of the Ontario New 
Democratic Party, An Agenda 
forR^orm: Proposals for 
Minority Parliament, May 28, 
1985, which ended forty-two 
years of Progressive 
Conservative government in 
Ontario. 

Premier of Ontario and 
Minister of Intergovernmental 
Affairs, June 26, 1985-Sept. 
29, 1987. 

Minister of Northern 
Development and Mines 
(Acting), July 2, 1986- 
Sept 29, 1987. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of the Environment, 
June 26, 1985-Jan. 9, 1987. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Energy, Jan. 9, 
1987-Sept. 30, 1987. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Labour, 
June 26, 1985-Sept 30, 
1987. 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



Pope, Hon. Alan 
William 



PC Cochrane South 



June 4, 1985 



Pouliot, Gilles 
Rae, Robert Keith 



NDP Lake Nipigon 
NDP York South 



Ramsay, David James NDP Timiskaming 



Ramsay, David James 



Reville, David R. 

Reycraft, Douglas 
Richard 



Riddell, Hon. John 
Keith "Jack" 



Rowe, Earl W. 



L Timiskaming 

NDP Riverdale 
L Middlesex 



June 4, 1985 
June 4, 1985 



June 4, 1985 



Crossed Floor 
Oct. 6, 1986 



June 4, 1985 
June 4, 1985 



L Huron-Middlesex June 4, 1985 



Attorney General, 
Secretary for Justice, 
Minister Responsible for 
French Language Services, 
May 17, 1985-June 26, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Candidate for Ontario 
Progressive Conservative 
Party Leadership, November 
1985. 



Ontario New Democratic 
Party Leader. 

Leader of the Third Party. 

Signed with David Peterson, 
Leader of the Ontario Liberal 
Party, An Agenda for Reform: 
Proposals for Minority 
Parliament, May 28, 1985, 
which ended forty-two years of 
Progressive Conservative 
government in Ontario. 

Crossed the flow to the 
Ontario Liberals on Oct. 6, 
1986 and was accepted into 
caucus that day. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Northern 
Development and Mines, 
Jan. 9, 1987-Sept. 30, 1987. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Education, 
June 26, 1985-SepL 30, 
1987. 

Minister of Agriculture and 
Food, June 26, 1985-Sept 
29, 1987. 



PC Simcoe Centre 



June 4, 1985 



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Scott, Hon. Ian G. 



SheH)ard, Howard PC 
Nicholas 

Shymko, Yuri R. PC 

Smith, David William L 

Smith, Elizabeth "Joan" L 



Alphabetical List of Members - 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



Sorbara, Hon. Gregoiy L Yoric North 



June 4, 1985 



South, Laurence Gewge L Frontenac- 
"Lany" Addington 



Stephenson, Hon. Bette PC York Mills 
M. 



June 4, 1985 



June 4, 1985 



Sterling, Norman 
William 

Stevenson, Hon. 
Kenneth "Ross' 



PC Carleton-GrenviUe June 4, 1985 
PC Durham-Yoric June 4, 1985 



Swart, Melvin Leroy NDP Welland-Thorold June 4, 1985 

Sweeney, Hon. John L Kitchener-Wilmot June 4, 1985 

Roland 



Taylor, James A. 



PC Prince Edward- June 4, 1985 

Lennox 



Timbrell, Hon. Dennis PC Don Mills 
Roy 



Treleaven, Richard L. PC Oxford 

Turner, John Melville PC Peterborough 



June 4, 1985 



June 4, 1985 
June 4, 1985 



Minister of Colleges and 

Universities and 

Minister of Skills 

Development, 

June 26, 1985-SepL 29. 

1987. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of the Environment, 
Jan. 9, 1987-Sept. 30, 1987. 

Deputy Premier and 
Treasurer, May 17, 1985- 
June 26, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 



Minister of Agriculture and 
Food, May 17, 1985-June 26, 
1985. (Miller Cabinet) 



Minister of Community and 
Social Ser\'ices, June 26, 
1985-Sept. 29, 1987. 



Minister of Municipal Affairs 
and Housing, Secretary for 
Resources Development and 
Minister Responsible for 
Women's Issues, May 17, 
1985-June 26, 1985. 
(Miller Cabinet) 

Candidate for Ontario 
Progressive Conservative 
Party Leadership, November 
1985. 



* By-election 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



Van Home, Hon. Ronald L London North 
George 



June 4, 1985 



Villeneuve, Hon. Noble PC Stormont, Dundas June 4, 1985 
A. & Glengarry 



Ward, Christopher 
Campbell 



L Wentworth North June 4, 1985 



Minister Without Portfolio 
Responsible for Senior 
Citizens' Affairs, June 26, 
1985-Sept. 29, 1987. 

Minister Without Portfolio 
(attached to Natural 
Resources). May 17, 1985- 
June 26. 1985. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Health, 

June 26, 1985-Jan. 9, 1987. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Attorney General, Minister 
Responsible for Women's 
Issues and Minister 
Responsible for Native 
Affairs, Jan. 9, 1987-Sept. 
30, 1987. 



Warner, David William NDP Scait)orough- June 4, 1985 

Ellesmere 



Wildman, Charles 
Jackson "Bud" 



NDP Algoma 



June 4, 1985 



Wiseman, Douglas Jack PC Lanaik June 4, 1985 

Wrye, Hon. William L Windsor-Sandwich June 4, 1985 

Munro 



Minister of Labour, 
June 26, 1985-SepL 29, 
1987. 



Yakabuski. Paul Joseph PC Renfrew South June 4, 1985 Died, July 31. 1987. 



• By-election 



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Alphabetical List of Constituencies - 33rd Legislature 



Constituency 



Member 



Party Comments 



Algoma 


Charles Jackson "Bud" 
Wildman 


NDP 




Algoma-Manitoulin 


John Gordon Lane 


PC 




Armouiilale 


Bruce Robert McCaffrey 


PC 




Beaches-Woodbine 


Marion Helen Bryden 


NDP 




Bellwoods 


Ross A. McClellan 


NDP 




Brampton 


Robert V. Callahan 


L 




Brant-Oxford-Norfolk 


Hon. Robert Fletcher 
Nixon 


L 




Brantford 


Hon. Philip Andrew 
Gillies 


PC 




Brock 


Peter Partington 


PC 




Burlington South 


Cameron D. Jackson 


PC 




Cambridge 


William Walter Barlow 


PC 




Carleton 


Hon. Robert C. Mitchell 


PC 




Carleton East 


Gilles E. Morin 


L 




Carleton-Grenville 


Norman William 
Sterling 


PC 




Chatham-Kent 


Maurice Louis Bossy 


L 




Cochrane North 


Hon. Jacques No6 
"Ren6" Fontaine 


L 


Resigned, June 26, 1986, as both Minister 
and Member. 


Cochrane North 


Jacques No6 "Rend" 
Fontaine 


L 


Elected, Aug. 14, 1986. Sworn in on 
Oct 14, 1986. 


Cochrane South 


Hon. Alan William 
Pope 


PC 




Cornwall 


Luc Bernard Guindon 


PC 




Don Mills 


Hon. Dennis Roy 
Timbrell 


PC 




Dovercourt 


Antonio 'Tony" 
Lupusella 


NDP 


Crossed floor to Liberals, Dec. 17, 1986. 



1 



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Alphabetical List of Constituencies - 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



Dovercourt 


Antonio "Tony" 
Lupusella 


L 


Downsview 


Joseph Cordiano 


L 


Dufferin-Simcoe 


Hon. George R. 
McCague 


PC 


Durham East 


Hon. Sammy Lawrence 
Cureatz 


PC 


Durham West 


Hon. George Lyle Ashe 


PC 


Durham- York 


Hon. Kenneth "Ross" 
Stevenson 


PC 


Eglinton 


David James McFadden 


PC 


Elgin 


Ronald Keith McNeil 


PC 


Erie 


Raymond Louis 
Haggerty 


L 


Essex North 


Patrick Michael Hayes 


NDP 


Essex South 


Remo J. Mancini 


L 


Etobicoke 


Edward Thomas Philip 


NDP 


Fort William 


Michael Patrick 

"Mickey" Hennessy 


PC 


Frontenac-Addington 


I-aurence George "Larry" 
South 


L 


Grey 


Robert Carson 
McKessock 


L 


Grcy-Bnice 


Edward Carson Sargent 


L 


Haldimand-Norfolk 


Gordon Irvin Miller 


L 


Halton-Burlington 


Donald S. Knight 


L 


Hamilton Centre 


Hon. Lily Oddie Munro 


L 


Hamilton East 


Robert Warren 
Mackenzie 


NDP 


Hamilton Mountain 


Brian Albert Charlton 


NDP 


Hamilton West 


Richard Allen 


NDP 


Hastings-Peterborough 


James Pollock 


PC 


High Park-Swansea 


Yuri R. Shymko 


PC 



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Alphabetical List of Constituencies - 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



Humber 


D. James Henderson 


L 


Huron-Bruce 


Hon. Murray John 
Elston 


L 


Huron-Middlesex 


Hon. John Keith "Jack" 
RiddeU 


L 


Kenora 


Hon. Leo Edward Bemier 


PC 


Kent-Elgin 


James Fitzgerald 
McGuigan 


L 


Kingston & the Islands 


Hon. Kenneth A. Keyes 


L 


Kitchener 


David R. Cooke 


L 


Kitchener-Wilmot 


Hon. John Roland 
Sweeney 


L 


Lake Nipigon 


Gilles Pouliot 


NDP 


Lakeshore 


Ruth Anna Grier 


NDP 


Lambton 


David William Smith 


L 


Lanark 


Douglas Jack Wiseman 


PC 


Tmls 


Hon. Robert William 
Runciman 


PC 


Lincoln 


Hon. Philip W. 
Andrewes 


PC 


London Centre 


Hon. David Robert 
Peterson 


L 


London North 


Hon. Ronald George 
Van Home 


L 


London South 


Elizabeth "Joan" Smith 


L 


Middlesex 


Douglas Richard 
Reycraft 


L 


Mississauga East 


Hon. Milton Edward 
Charles "Bud" 
Gregory 


PC 


Mississauga North 


Steven Offer 


L 


Mississauga South 


Margaret Marland 


PC 



Premier of Ontario, June 26, 1985. 



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Alphabetical List of Constituencies - 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



Muskoka 



Hon. Frank Stuart PC Premier of Ontario, May 17, 1985. 

Miller Leader of Her Majesty's Loyal (^position, 

July 2, 1985. 

Resigned as Leader of her Loyal 
Opposition, Nov. 22, 1985. 



Niagara Falls 


Hon. Vincent George 
Keirio 


L 


Nickel Belt 


Floyd Laughren 


NDP 


Nipissing 


Hon. Michael Deane 
Harris 


PC 


Northumberland 


Howard Nicholas 
Sheppard 


PC 


Oakville 


Terrance P. 'Terry" 
O'Connor 


PC 


Oakwood 


Anthony William 
Grande 


NDP 


Oriole 


Hon. Elinor Caplan 


L 


Oshawa 


Michael James Breaugh 


NDP 


Ottawa Centre 


Evelyn Adelaide 
Gigantes 


NDP 


Ottawa East 


Hon. Bernard Charles 
Grandmaitre 


L 


Ottawa South 


Hon. Claude Frederick 
Bennett 


PC 


Ottawa West 


Hon. Reuben Conrad 
Baetz 


PC 


Oxford 


Richard L. Treleaven 


PC 


Paricdale 


Hon. Antony M. "Tony" 
Ruprecht 


L 


Parry Sound 


Hon. Ernie L. Eves 


PC 


Perth 


Hon. Hugh Alden 
Edighoffer 


L 


Peterborough 


John Melville Turner 


PC 


Port Arthur 


James Francis Foulds 


NDP 


Prescott & Russell 


Jean Poirier 


L 


Prince Edward-Lennox 


James A. Taylor 


PC 



Speaker. 



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Alphabetical List of Constituencies - 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



Quinte 

Rainy River 
Renfrew North 

Renfrew South 

Riverdale 

St. Andrew-St. Patrick 



Hon. Hugh Patrick L 
O'NeU 

Franklin "Jack" Pierce PC 

Hon. Sean Gerard L 
Conway 

Paul Joseph Yakabuski PC 

David R. Reville ^fDP 

Hon. Lawrence Sheldon PC 
"Larry" Grossman 



St. Catharines 


Hon. James Joseph 
Bradley 


L 


St. David 


Hon. Ian G. Scott 


L 


St. George 


Hon. Susan A. Fish 


PC 


Samia 


Hon. Andrew S. Brandt 


PC 


Sault Ste. Marie 


Karl Avid Morin-Strom 


NDP 


Scarborough Centre 


William C. Davis 




Scarborough East 


Hon. Edward A. Fulton 


L 


Scarborough-Ellesmere 


David William Warner 


NDP 


Scarborough North 


Hon. Alvin Frederick 
Curling 


L 


Scarborough West 


Richard Frank Johnston 


NDP 


Simcoe Centre 


Earl W. Rowe 


PC 


Simcoe East. 


Hon. Allan Kenneth 
McLean 


PC 


Stormont, Dundas & 
Glengarry 


Hon. Noble A. 
Villeneuve 


PC 


Sudbury 


Hon, James K. Gordon 


PC 


Sudbury East 


Elie Walter Martel 


NDP 


Timiskaming 


David James Ramsay 


NDP 


Timiskaming 


David James Ramsay 


L 


Victoria-Haliburton 


Hon. John F. Eakins 


L 



Died, July 31, 1987. 



Elected Leader of the Ontario Progressive 
Conservative Party, Nov. 16, 1985. 
Recognized as Leader of Her Majesty's 
Loyal Opposition, Nov, 25, 1985, 



Crossed floor to Liberals, Oct 6, 1986, 



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Alphabetical List of Constituencies • 33rd Legislature (Continued) 



Waterloo North 


Hert)ert Arnold Epp 


L 




Welland-Thorold 


Melvin Leroy Swart 


NDP 




Wellington-Dufferin- 
Peel 


John McLellan "Jack" 
Johnson 


PC 




Wellington South 


Rick Eugenio Ferraro 


L 




Wentworth 


Hon. Gordon Howlett 
Dean 


PC 




Wentworth North 


Christopher Campbell 
Ward 


L 




Wilson Heights 


Hon. Monte Kwinter 


L 




Windsor-Riverside 


David Cooke 


NDP 




Windsor-Sandwich 


Hon. William Munro 
Wiye 


L 




Windsor-Walkerville 


Bernard Newman 


L 




York Centre 


Hon. W. Donald 
Cousens 


PC 




York East 


Hon. Robert Goldwin 
Elgie 


PC 


Resigned, Sept. 26, 1985. 


Yoric East 


Christine Hart 


L 


Elected, Apr. 17, 1986. Sworn in on 
Apr. 28, 1986. 


York Mills 


Hon. Bette M. 
Stephenson 


PC 




Yoric North 


Hon. GregOTy Sorbara 


L 




York South 


Robert Keith Rae 


NDP 


Ontario New Democratic Party Leade 
I^^der of the Third Party. 


York West 


Hon. Nicholas George 
Leiuk 


PC 




Yoricview 


Claudio Polsinelli 


L 





109 



Legislative Highlights 

34th Legislature 

November 3, 1987 - June 28, 1990 



\ 



September 10, 1987: Larry Grossman, MPP, St.Andrew-St.Patrick, 
Ontario Progressive Conservative Party Leader, lost his seat and 
retired from politics the night of the General Election. 

October 16, 1987: Andy Brandt, MPP, Sarnia, was elected Interim 
Leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party. 
(Other Candidate: Alan Pope). 

The Representation Act, 1986 Statutes of Ontario Chapter 30 created 
new seats (125 to 130) and redefined the boundaries and names of 
several constituencies. 

May 12, 1990: Mike Harris, MPP, Nipissing, was elected Leader of 
the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party. (Other Candidate: Dianne 
Cunningham). 



110 



LEGISLATURES OF ONTARIO 
34th Legislature 

General Election September 10, 1987 
Sessions of the Thirty-fourth Legislature of Ontario: November 3, 1987 - June 28, 1990 

First: November 3, 1987 - January 7, 1988 and 

February 8, 1988 - February 11, 1988 and 

April 5, 1988 - June 29, 1988 and 

October 17, 1988 - March 2, 1989. 
Second: April 25, 1989 - July 26, 1989 and 

October 10, 1989 - December 20, 1989 and 

March 19, 1990 - June 28, 1990. 



Members 



Alphabetical List of Members 
Party Constituency Sworn In Comments 



Adams, Peter 



Allen, Richard 

Ballinger, William 
George 



NDP 
L 



Peterborough 

Hamilton West 
Durham- York 



Beer, Hon. Charles John 
McWaters 



York North 



Black, Hon. Ken 



Muskoka-Georgian 
Bay 



I 



Nov. 3, 1987 

Nov. 3, 1987 
Nov. 3, 1987 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of the Environment, 
Sept. 20, 1989-Oct. 1, 1990. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Natural Resources, 
Oct. 7, 1988-Sept. 20, 1989. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Municipal Affairs, 
Sept. 20, 1989-Oct. 1, 1990. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Education, 
Oct. 7, 1988-Aug. 2, 1989. 

Minister of Community and 
Social Services and Minister 
Responsible for Francophone 
Affairs, Aug. 2, 1989- 
Oct. 1. 1990. 

Minister of Tourism and 
Recreation with Responsibility 
for the Province's Anti-Drug 
Abuse Strategy, Aug. 2. 1989- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 



Ill 



Alphabetical List of Members - 34th Legislature (Continued) 



Bossy, Maurice Louis 



L Chatham-Kent Nov. 3, 1987 



Bradley, Hon. James 
Joseph 

Brandt, Andrew S. 



Breaugh, Michael James 
Brown, Michael Arthur 

Bryden, Marion Helen 
Callahan, Robert V. 
Campbell, Sterling 

Caplan, Hon. Elinor 



Carrothers, Douglas 
Alexander 



L St. Catharines Nov. 3, 1987 



PC Samia 



Nov. 3, 1987 



NDP Oshawa Nov. 3, 1987 

L Algoma-Manitoulin Nov. 3, 1987 

NDP Beaches-Woodbine Nov. 3, 1987 

L Brampton South Nov. 3, 1987 

L Sudbury Nov. 3, 1987 



Oriole 



Oakville South 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Housing, 

Sept. 30, 1987-Oct. 7, 1988. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister Responsible for 
Disabled Persons, 
Sept. 20, 1989-Oct. 1, 1990. 

Minister of the Environment, 
Sept. 29, 1987-Oct. 1, 1990. 

Elected Interim Leader of the 
Ontario Progressive Conservative 
Party, Oct. 16, 1987, following 
the resignation of Larry 
Grossman. (Having accepted this 
position, Mr. Brandt would not 
seek the permanent leadership.) 

Leader of the Third Party. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Mines, Oct. 7, 1988- 
Sept. 20. 1989. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Mines, 

Sept. 30, 1987-Oct. 7, 1988. 

Minister of Health, 

Sept. 29, 1987-Oct. 1, 1990. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Industry, Trade and 
Technology, Sept. 20, 1989- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 



Charlton, Brian Albert 
Chiarelli, Bob 

* By-election 



NDP Hamilton Mountain Nov. 3, 1987 



Ottawa West 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Chairman of the Management 
Board of Cabinet, Sept. 30, 1987- 
Oct. 7, 1988. 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 34th Legislature (Continued) 



Cleary, John C. 



Collins, Hon. Shirley 
Jean 



Conway, Hon. Sean 
Gerard 



Cooke, David R. 

Cooke, David 
Cordiano, Joseph 



Cornwall 



Wentworth East 



Renfrew North 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Nov. 3, 1987 



L Kitchener 

NDP Windsor-Riverside 
L Lawrence 



Nov. 3, 1987 

Nov. 3, 1987 
Nov. 3, 1987 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Agriculture and Food, 
Sept. 20, 1989-Oct. 1, 1990. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Labour, 

Sept. 30, 1987-Oct. 7, 1988. 

Minister Without Portfolio 
Responsible for Disabled 
Persons, Aug. 2, 1989- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 

Minister of Mines, 

Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 1989. 

Minister of Education, 
Minister of Colleges and 
Universities and Minister of 
Skills Development, 
Aug. 2, 1989 (Shuffle)- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 

Government House Leader, 
Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 1989. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Citizenship, 
Sept. 20, 1989-Oct. 1, 1990. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Intergovernmental 
Affairs, Sept. 30, 1987- 
Oct. 7, 1988. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Tourism and 
Recreation, Oct 7, 1988- 
SepL 20, 1989. 



Cousens, W. Donald 



PC Markham 



Nov. 3, 1987 



* By-election 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 34th Legislature (Continued) 



Cunningham, Dianne E. PC London North 



Cureatz, Sammy 
Lawrence 

Curling, Hon. Alvin 
Frederick 



Daigeler, Hans W. 



Dietsch, Michael Murray L 



Eakins, Hon. John F. 



Edighoffer, Hon. Hugh L 

Alden 



Elliot, R. Walter 



Apr. 12, 1988* Writ of Election - Feb. 22, 1988. 
On Apr. 12, 1988, the House was 
informed of the election of 
Dianne E. Cunningham, MPP, 
London Nwth, in room of Ronald 
Van Home, resigned. 

Candidate for Leado" of the 
Progressive Conservative Party, 
May 1990. 



PC Durham East 



Nov. 3. 1987 



Scarborough North Nov. 3, 1987 



Nepean 



St. Catharines- 
Brock 



Minister of Skills Development 
(Special Responsibility for 
Literacy), Sept. 29, 1987- 
Aug. 2, 1989. 

ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Intergovernmental 
Affairs, Sept. 20, 1989- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 



Nov. 3, 1987 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Revenue, 
Sept. 20, 1989-Oct. 1, 1990. 

Nov. 3, 1987 ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Labour, 
Sept. 20, 1989-Oct. 1, 1990. 



Victoria-Haliburton Nov. 3, 1987 
Perth Nov. 3, 1987 



Halton North 



Minister of Municipal Affairs, 
Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 1989. 

On Nov. 3, 1987, the Premier, 
Mr. Peterson, proposed Hugh 
Alden Edighoffer, MPP, Perth, as 
Speaker. Seconded and resolved. 
Nov. 3, 1987 - Date took chair. 



Nov. 3, 1987 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Housing, 
Sept. 20, 1989-Oct. 1, 1990. 



* By-election 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 34tb Legislature (Continued) 



Elston, Hon. Murray 
John 



L Bruce 



Nov. 3. 1987 



Epp, Herbert Arnold 
Eves, Ernie L. 
Faman, Michael Liam 
Faubert, Frank J. 

Fawcett, Joan M. 

Ferraro, Rick Eugenio 



Fleet, David Gordon 



Fontaine, Hon. Jacques 
No6 "Ren6" 



L Waterloo North 

PC Parry Sound 

NDP Cambridge 

L Scarborough- 
Ellesmere 



L Guelph 



Nov. 3, 1987 
Nov. 3. 1987 
Nov. 3, 1987 
Nov. 3, 1987 



L Northumberland Nov. 3, 1987 



Nov. 3, 1987 



L High Park-Swansea Nov. 3, 1987 



L Cochrane North Nov. 3, 1987 



Chairman of the Management 
Board of Cabinet, Sept. 29, 1987- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 

Minister of Financial 
Institutions, Aug. 16, 1988- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 
(Retains other p(xtfolio) 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Revenue, 

Oct. 7, 1988-Sept. 20, 1989. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Skills Development, 
Sept. 20, 1989-Oct. 1, 1990. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Industry, Trade and 
Technology, Sept. 30, 1987- 
Oct. 7, 1988. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Financial 
Institutions, Oct. 7, 1988- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister Responsible for 
Women's Issues, Sept. 20, 1989- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 

Minister of Northern 
Development, Aug. 2, 1989- 
Aug. 8, 1990. 

Resigned his portfolio, Aug. 8, 
1990, having decided not to seek 
re-election in the General Election 
on Sept. 6, 1990. 



* By-election 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 34th Legislature (Continued) 



Fulton, Hon. Edward A. 



Scarborough East Nov. 3, 1987 



Furlong, Allan 

Grandmaitre, Hon. 
Bernard Charles 



Grier, Ruth Anna 



Haggerty, Raymond 
Louis 



Hampton, Howard 
George 



Durham Centre 
Ottawa East 



NfDP Etobicoke- 
Lakeshcwe 

L Niagara South 



NDP Rainy River 
Harris, Michael Deane PC Nipissing 



Nov. 3, 1987 
Nov. 3, 1987 



Nov. 3. 1987 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Minister of Transportation 
(Restructured ministry), 
Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 1989. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Tourism and 
Recreation, SepL 20, 1989- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 



Minister of Revenue and 
Minister Responsible for 
Francophone Affairs, 
Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 1989. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Health, 

Sept. 20, 1989-Oct. 1. 1990. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Consumer and 
Commercial Relations, 
Sept. 30, 1987-Oct. 1, 1990. 



Elected Leader of the Ontario 
Progressive Conservative Party, 
May 12, 1990. 

Leader of the Third Party. 



* By-election 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 34tli Legislature (Continued) 



Hart, Hon. Christine 



York East 



Henderson, D. James 



Hosek, Hon. Chaviva 
Milada 



Etobicoke-Humber Nov. 3, 1987 



Oakwood 



Nov. 3, 1987 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of the Environment, 
Sept. 30. 1987-Oct. 7, 1988. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Treasurer of Ontario and Minister 
of Economics, Oct. 7, 1988- 
Aug. 2, 1989. 

Minister of Culture and 
Communications, Aug. 2, 1989- 
May 30, 1990. 

Resigned her portfolio. 
May 30, 1990, foUowing 
allegations of impropriety made 
in the context of her nomination 
as Liberal candidate in York East 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Colleges and 
Universities, SepL 30, 1987- 
Oct. 7, 1988. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister Responsible for 
Provincial Anti-Drug Strategy, 
Sept. 20, 1989-Oct. 1, 1990. 

Nov. 3, 1987 Minister of Housing, 

Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 1989. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Chairman of the Management 
Board of Cabinet, Sept. 20, 1989- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 



Jackson, Cameron D. 



Johnson, John McLellan PC Wellington 
"Jack" 



PC Burlington South Nov. 3, 1987 
Nov. 3, 1987 



Johnston, Richard Frank NDP Scarborough West Nov. 3, 1987 



Kanter, Ronald M. 



L St. Andrew-St. 
Patrick 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Resigned, Aug. 24, 1990. 
Personal statement. Debates, 
June 4, 1990. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Solicitor General, 

Sept. 30. 1987-Sept. 20. 1989. 



* By-election 



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Alphabetical List of Members • 34th Legislature (Continued) 



Kerrio, Hon. Vincent 
GcOTge 

Keyes, Kenneth A. 



Kormos, Peter 



Kozyra, Taras 



Kwinter, Hon. Monte 



Laughren, Floyd 

LeBourdais, Linda 
Lillian 



Niagara Falls 



L Kingston & the 
Islands 



NDP Welland-Thorold 



Port Arthur 



L Wilson Heights 

^fDP Nickel Belt 
L Etobicoke West 



Nov. 3, 1987 Minister of Natural Resources, 
Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 1989. 

Nov. 3, 1987 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Health, 
Sept. 30, 1987-Sept. 20, 1989. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Education, 
Sept. 20, 1989-Oct. 1, 1990. 

Nov. 15, 1988* Writ of Election - Sept. 23, 
1988. On Nov. 15, 1988, the 
House was informed of the 
election of Peter Kormos, MPP, 
Welland-ThOTold, in room of 
Melvin Leroy Swart, resigned. 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Nov. 3, 1987 
Nov. 3, 1987 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Northern 
Development, SepL 30, 1987- 
Oct. 7, 1988. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Northern 
Development, SepL 20, 1989- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 

Minister of Industry, Trade and 
Technology, Sept. 29, 1987- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Intergovernmental 
Affairs, Oct. 7, 1988- 
SepL 20, 1989. 



Leone, Laureano 



Lipsett, Ronald F. 



Downsview Nov. 3, 1987 Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Culture and 
Communications, Oct. 7, 1988- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 

Grey Nov. 3, 1987 Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Energy, 
Sept. 20, 1989-Oct. 1, 1990. 



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Lupusella, Antonio 
'Tony" 



NDP Dovercourt 



MacDonald, Keith 



Prince Edward- 
Lennox 



Nov. 3, 1987 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Transportation, 
Sept. 30, 1987-Oct. 7, 1988. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Government Services, 
Oct. 7, 1988-Oct. 1, 1990. 

Nov. 3, 1987 Constituency name changed to 
Prince Edward-Lennox-South 
Hastings. Representation 
Amendment Act, 1990. Statutes 
of Ontario, 1990 c. 1 



Mackenzie, Robert 
Wamen 

Mahoney, Steven W. 



Mancini, Hon. Remo J. 



NDP Hamilton East 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Marland, Margaret 

Martel, Shelley Dawn 
Marie 

Matnindola, Gino 

McCague, George R. 

McClelland, Carman 
John 



Mississauga West Nov. 3, 1987 



Essex South 



PC Mississauga South 

NDP Sudbury East 

L Willowdale 

PC Simcoe West 

L Brampton North 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Nov. 3, 1987 
Nov. 3, 1987 

Nov. 3, 1987 
Nov. 3, 1987 
Nov. 3, 1987 



Parhamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Industry, Trade and 
Technology, Oct. 7, 1988- 
Sept. 20, 1989. 

Minister Without Portfolio 
Responsible for Disabled 
Persons, Sept. 29, 1987- 
Aug. 2, 1989. 

Minister of Revenue, 
Aug. 2, 1989 (Shuffle)- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of the Environment, 
Oct. 7, 1988-Sept. 20. 1989. 



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McGuigan, James 
Fitzgerald 



McGuinty, Dalton 
James 



Essex -Kent Nov. 3, 1987 Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Natural Resources, 
Sept. 30, 1987-Oct. 7, 1988. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Transportation, 
Oct. 7, 1988-Sept. 20, 1989. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Agriculture and Food, 
Sept. 20, 1989-Oct. 1, 1990. 

Ottawa South Nov. 3, 1987 Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Skills Development, 
Oct. 7, 1988-Sept. 20, 1989. 

Died, Mar. 16, 1990. 
House adjourned. Mar. 19, 1990 
until 2 p.m. Mar. 20, 1990. 
Tributes by Mr. Nixon, Mr. 
Reville and Mr. Sterling, Mar. 
20, 1990. A warrant for a by- 
election was issued. 



McLean, Allan Kenneth PC Simcoe East Nov. 3, 1987 

McLeod, Hon. Lyn L Fort William Nov. 3, 1987 



Minister of Colleges and 
Universities, Sept 29, 1987- 
Aug. 2, 1989. 

Minister of Energy and 
Minister of Natural Resources, 
Aug. 2, 1989 (Shuffle)- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 



Miclash, Frank RanovCT 



Miller, Gordon Irvin 



Kenora 



Norfolk 



Nov. 3, 1987 ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Northern 
Development, Oct 7, 1988- 
Sept 20, 1989. 

Nov. 3, 1987 Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Agriculture and Food, 
Sept. 30, 1987-Sept 20, 1989. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Transportation , 
Sept 20, 1989-Oct 1, 1990. 



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Morin, Hon. Gilles E. L Carleton East Nov. 3, 1987 



Morin-Strom, Karl Avid NDP Sault Ste. Marie Nov. 3, 1987 
Munro, Hon. Lily Oddie L Hamilton Centre Nov. 3, 1987 



Neumann, David Emil L Brantford 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Nicholas, Cynthia Maria L Scarborough Centre Nov. 3, 1987 
"Cindy" 



Nixon, John Bradford 
"Brad" 



York Mills 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Nixon, Hon. Robert 
Fletcher 



Biant-Haldimand Nov. 3, 1987 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Community and 
Social Services, Sept. 30, 1987- 
Oct. 7, 1988. 

ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Colleges and 
Universities, Oct 7, 1988- 
Aug. 2, 1989. 

Minister Without Portfolio 
Responsible for Senior Citizens' 
Affairs, Aug. 2, 1989- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 



Minister of Culture and 
Communications (Restructured 
ministry) SepL 29, 1987- 
Aug. 2, 1989. See also 
Oddie-Munro, Hon. Lily. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Municipal Affairs, 
Sept. 30, 1987-Oct. 7, 1988. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Solicitor General, SepL 20, 
1989-Oct. 1, 1990. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Financial 
Institutions, Sept. 30, 1987- 
Oct. 7, 1988. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Housing, 

Oct. 7, 1988-SepL 20,1989. 

Dq)uty Premier and Treasurer and 
Minister of Economics and 
Minister of Financial 
Institutions, Sept. 29, 1987- 
Aug. 16, 1988. 

Deputy Premier and Treasurer of 
Ontario and Minister of 
Economics, Aug. 16, 1988 
(Shuffle)-OcL 1, 1990. 



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Oddie-Munro, Hon. Lily L Hamilton Centre Nov. 3, 1987 



Offer, Hon. Steven 



O'Neil, Hon. Hugh 
Patrick 



O'Neill, Yvonne 



Owen, Bruce 

Patten, Hon. Richard 
Andrew 



Pelissero, Harry 



Peterson, Hon. David 
Robert 



L Mississauga North Nov. 3, 1987 



L Quinte 



Nov. 3, 1987 



L Ottawa-Rideau Nov. 3, 1987 

L Simcoe Centre Nov. 3, 1987 

L Ottawa Centre Nov. 3, 1987 



L Lincoki 



Nov. 3, 1987 



L London Centre Nov. 3, 1987 



Minister of Culture and 
Communications (Restructured 
ministry) Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 
1989. 

Name changed from Munro to 
Oddie-Munro. See also 
Munro, Hon. Lily Oddie. 

ParUamentary Assistant to the 

Attorney General, 

Sept. 30, 1987-Aug. 2, 1989. 

Solicitor General, Aug. 2, 1989- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 

Minister of Tourism and 
Recreation, Sept. 29, 1987- 
Aug. 2, 1989. 

Minister of Mines, Aug. 2, 1989 
(Shufne)-Oct. 1, 1990. 

Minister of Culture and 
Communications, June 5, 1990- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 
(Retains other portfolio) 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Education, 
Sept. 30, 1987-Oct. 7, 1988. 



Minister of Government Services, 
Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 1989. 

Minister of Correctional Services, 
Aug. 2, 1989 (Shuffle)- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 

ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Tourism and 
Recreation, SepL 30, 1987- 
Oct. 7, 1988. 

Premier and President of the 
Executive Council and 
Minister of Intergovernmental 
Affairs, Sept. 29, 1987- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 



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Philip, Edward Thomas NDP Etobicoke-Rexdale Nov. 3, 1987 



Phillips, Hon. Gerald 
Leonard 



Poirier, Jean 
Pollock, James 

Polsinelli, Claudio 



Poole, Dianne 

Pope, Alan William 

Pouliot, Gilles 
Rae, Robert Keith 



L Scarborough- 
Agincourt 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Prescott & Russell Nov. 3, 1987 
Nov. 3, 1987 



PC Hastings- 
Peterborough 

L Yorkview 



L Eglinton 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Nov. 3, 1987 



PC Cochrane South Nov. 3, 1987 

NDP Lake Nipigon Nov. 3, 1987 

NDP York South Nov. 3, 1987 



Minister of Citizenship and 
Minister Responsible for Race 
Relations and the Ontario Human 
Rights Commission, 
Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 1989. 

Minister of Labour, Aug. 2, 1989 
(Shuffle)-OcL 1, 1990. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Treasurer and Minister of 
Economics, Sept. 30, 1987- 
Oct. 7, 1988. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Municipal Affairs, 
Oct. 7, 1988-Sept. 20. 1989. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Attorney General, 

Sept. 20, 1989-Oct. 1, 1990. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister Responsible for Senior 
Citizens' Affairs, Sept. 20, 1989- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 

Candidate for Interim Leader of 
the Progressive Conservative 
Party, October 1987. 



Ontario New Democratic Party 
Leader. 

Leader of the Official Opposition. 



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Ramsay, Hon. David 
James 



Timiskaming 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Ray, Michael Charles 

Reville, David R. 

Reycraft, Douglas 
Richard 



Riddell, Hon. John 
Keith "Jack" 



L Windsor-WalkervUle Nov. 3, 1987 
NDP Riverdale Nov. 3, 1987 



Middlesex 



Huron 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Minister of Correctional Services, 
Sept. 29, 1987 -Aug. 2, 1989. 

Minister of Agriculture and Food, 
Aug. 2, 1989 (Shuffle)- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 

Minister of Northern 
Development (Acting), 
Aug. 20, 1990-Oct. 1, 1990. 
(Retains other portfolio) 



Chief Government Whip, 
Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 1989. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Treasurer of Ontario and Minister 
of Economics, Sept. 20, 1989- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 

Minister of Agriculture and Food, 
Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 1989. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Natural Resources, 
Sept. 20, 1989-Oct. 1, 1990. 



Roberts, Marietta L. D. 



Elgin 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Runciman, Robert 
William 

Ruprecht, Antony M. 
"Tony" 



PC Leeds-Grenville 



Paikdale 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Citizenship, 
Sept. 30, 1987-Oct. 7, 1988. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Community and 
Social Services, Oct. 7, 1988- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 



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Scott, Hon. Ian G. 



L St. George-SL 
David 



Smith, David William 



Smith, Hon. Elizabeth 
"Joan" 



Sola, John Domagoj 
Sorbara, Hon. Gregory 



South, Laurence George 
"Lany" 



L Lambton 



L London South 



L Mississauga East 
L York Centre 



Frontenac- 
Addington 



Nov. 3, 1987 Attorney General and 

Minister Responsible for Native 
Affairs, Sept. 29, 1987- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 

Solicitor General (Acting), 
June 6, 1989-Aug. 2, 1989. 

Nov. 3, 1987 Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Correctional Services, 
Oct. 7, 1988-Oct. 1, 1990. 

Nov. 3, 1987 Solicitor General, 

Sept. 29, 1987-June 6, 1989. 
Resigned June 3, 1989 amid 
allegations of interference with 
police actions. 

Chief Government Whip, 
Sept. 20, 1989-June 28, 1990. 

Nov. 3, 1987 Deputy Whip, Sept. 20, 1989. 

Nov. 3, 1987 Minister of Labour and 
Minister Responsible for 
Women's Issues, Sept. 29, 1987- 
Aug. 2, 1989. 

Minister of Consumer and 
Commercial Relations, 
Aug. 2. 1989 (Shuffle)- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 

Nov. 3, 1987 Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Energy, Oct. 7, 1988- 
SepL 20, 1989. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Mines, 

Sept. 20, 1989-Oct. 1, 1990. 



Sterling, Norman 
William 

Stoner, Norah Jane 



PC Carleton 



Durham West 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Parliamentary Assistant to 
Minister of Colleges and 
Universities, SepL 20, 1989- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 



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Sullivan, Barbara 



Swart, Melvin Leroy 



Sweeney, Hon. John 
Roland 



L Halton Centre Nov. 3, 1987 



ISfDP WeUand-Thorold Nov. 3, 1987 



L Kitchener-WUmot Nov. 3, 1987 



Tatham, Charles Murray L Oxford Nov. 3, 1987 

Van Home, Ronald L London North Nov. 3, 1987 

George 



Velshi, Murad 



L Don Mills 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Villeneuve, Noble A. PC Stormont, Dundas Nov. 3, 1987 

& Glengarry 
Ward, Hon. Christopher L Wentworth North Nov. 3, 1987 
Campbell 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Labour and Minister 
Responsible for Women's Issues, 
Oct. 7, 1988-Sept. 20, 1989. 

Resigned, June 30, 1988. 
Personal statement. Debates, 
May 2, 1988. A new election was 
called. 

Minister of Community and 
Social Services, Sept. 29, 1987- 
Aug. 2, 1989. 

Minister of Housing and 
Minister of Municipal Affairs, 
Aug. 2, 1989 (Shuffle)- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Revenue, 

Sept. 30, 1987-Dec. 31, 1987. 

Resigned, Dec. 31, 1987. 
Personal statement. Debates, 
Dec. 8, 1987. A new election was 
called. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Citizenship, 
Oct. 7, 1988-Sept. 20, 1989. 



Minister of Education, 
Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 1989. 

Minister of Government Services, 
Aug. 2, 1989 (Shuffle)- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 

Government House Leader, 
Aug. 2, 1989-Aug. 2, 1990. 



Wildman, Charles 
Jackson "Bud" 



NDP Algoma 



Nov. 3, 1987 



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Wilson, Hon. Mavis 



Dufferin-Peel 



Nov. 3, 1987 



Wiseman, Douglas Jack PC 

Wong, Hon. Robert L 

Charles 



Lanark-Renfirew 
Fort York 



Nov. 3, 1987 
Nov. 3, 1987 



Wrye, Hon. William 
Munro 



Windsor-Sandwich Nov. 3, 1987 



Minister Without Portfolio 
Responsible for Senior Citizens' 
Affairs, Sept. 29, 1987- 
Aug. 2, 1989. 

Minister Without Portfolio 
Responsible for Women's Issues, 
Aug. 2, 1989 (Shuffle)- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 



Minister of Energy, 

Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 1989. 

Minister of Citizenship and 
Minister Responsible for Race 
Relations and the Ontario Human 
Rights Commission and 
Minister Responsible for 
Multiculturalism, Aug. 2, 1989 
(Shuffle)-Oct. 1, 1990. 

Minister of Consumer and 

Commercial Affairs, 

Sept. 29, 1987-Aug. 2, 1989. 

Minister of Transportation, 
Aug. 2, 1989 (Shuffle)- 
Oct. 1, 1990. 



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Constituency Member Party Comments 

Algoma Charles Jackson "Bud" NDP THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ALGOMA-consists of 

Wildman that part of the Territorial District of Algoma, but 

excluding the geographic townships of Ebbs and 
Templeton, lying northerly of a line described as 
follows: Commencing at the southeast comer of the 
geographic Township of Redden; thence westwly along 
the south boundary of the geogr^hic townships of 
Redden, Prescott, Plourde, Piche, Viel and Sagard to 
the northeast comer of the geogr^hic Township of 
Nicholas; thence southeriy along the east boundary of 
the geographic Township of Nicholas to the ncwthwest 
comer of the Town of Elliot Lake; thence southerly 
along the west limit of the Town of Elliot Lake to the 
northwest comer of the Township of The North Shwe; 
thence southerly along the west boundary of that 
township to the southerly boundary of the Territorial 
District of Algoma; thence westerly along that 
boundary to the easterly limit of the City of Sault Ste. 
Marie; thence northerly along the easterly boundary of 
the City of Sault Ste. Marie to the northeast comer 
thereof; thence westerly along the north boundary of 
that city to the northwest comer thereof; thence 
southerly along the east boundary of the Township of 
Prince to the southeast comer thereof; thence westeriy 
along the south boundary of the Township of Prince to 
the International Boundary between Canada and the 
United States of America. 



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Algotna-Manitoulin 



Michael Arthur Brown 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ALGOMA- 
MANTTOULIN-consists of the TerritMial 
District of Manitoulin and that part of the 
territorial districts of Algoma and Sudbury 
lying within the following limits: 
Commencing at the intersection of the 
southerly boundary of the Territorial 
District of Sudbury with the east boundary 
of the geographic township of Curtin; 
thence northerly along the east boundary of 
the geographic townships of Curtin and 
Foster to the northeast comer of the last 
mentioned township; thence westerly along 
the north boundary of the geographic 
townships of Foster and Merritt to the 
northeast comer of the Town of Espanola; 
thence westerly along the ncMlh boundary of 
the said town to the northwest comer 
thereof; thence westeriy along the north 
boundary of the geographic Township of 
Merritt to the southeast comer of the 
geographic Township of Shakespeare; 
thence westerly along the south boundary of 
the geographic townships of Shakespeare 
and Gough to the southeast comer of the 
geographic Township of Tennyson; thence 
northerly along the east boundary of the 
geographic townships of Tennyson, Boon, 
Mandamin and Strain to the northeast 
comer of the last mentioned township; 
thence westerly along the north boundary of 
the geographic townships of Strain, 
Teasdale, Poncet, Hughson, Hembmff and 
Raimbault to the northwest comer of the 
last mentioned township; thence southerly 
along the west boundary of the said 
township to the northwest comer of the 
Town of Elliot Lake; thence southerly 
along the west limit of the said town to the 
northwest comer of the Township of The 
North Shore; thence southerly along the 
west boundary of the said township to the 
southeriy boundary of the Territorial 
District of Algoma; thence easterly along 
the southerly boundary of the territorial 
districts of Algoma and Sudbury to the 
point of commencement. 



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Beaches- Woodbine 



Marion Helen Bryden 



NfDP THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF BEACHES- 
WOODBINE-consists of that part of the 
City of Toronto lying within the following 
limits: Commencing at the intersection of 
Queen Street East with Greenwood Avenue; 
thence northerly along Greenwood Avenue 
to the Canadian National railway line; 
thence northeasterly along the said railway 
line to Coxwell Avenue; thence northerly 
along Coxwell Avenue to the northerly 
limit of the City of Toronto; thence 
easterly along the said limit to the easterly 
limit of the said city; thence southerly 
along the said limit to the southeasterly 
comer of the City of Toronto; thence 
westerly along the southerly limit of the 
said city to the southerly prolongation of 
Leslie Street; thence northerly along the 
said prolongation to and along Leslie Street 
to Queen Street East; thence easterly along 
Queen Street East to the point of 
commencement. 



Brampton North 



Carman John 
McClelland 



Brampton South 



Robert V. Callahan 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF BRAMPTON 
NORTH-consists of that part of the City of 
Brampton lying northerly of a line described 
as follows: Commencing at the intersection 
of the easterly Umit of the City of 
Brampton with the King's Highway No. 7; 
thence westerly along the said Highway to 
Queen Street East; thence westerly along 
Queen Street East to Kennedy Road; thence 
northerly along Kennedy Road to Vodden 
Street; thence westerly along Vodden Street 
to Main Street; thence northerly along 
Main Street and the King's Highway No. 
10 to the King's Highway No. 7; thence 
westeriy along said Highway to the 
westerly limit of the City of Brampton. 

TOE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF BRAMPTON 
SOUTH-consists of that part of the City of 
Brampton lying southerly of a line 
described as follows: Commencing at the 
intersection of easterly limit of the City of 
Brampton with the King's Highway No. 7; 
thence westerly along the said Highway to 
Queen Street East; thence westerly along 
Queen Street East to Kennedy Road; thence 
northeriy along Kennedy Road to Vodden 
Street; thence westerly along Vodden Street 
to Main Street; thence northerly along 
Main Street and the King's Highway No. 
10 to the King's Highway No. 7; thence 
westerly along said Highway to the 
westerly limit of the City of Brampton. 



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Brantford 



David Emil Neumann 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 
BRANTFORD-consists of the City of 
Brantfoid 



Brant-Haldimand 



Hon. Robert Fletcher 
Nixon 



Bruce 



Burlington South 



Hon. Murray John 
Elston 

Cameron D. Jackson 



Cambridge 



Michael Liam Faman 



Carleton 



Norman William 
Sterling 



L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF BRANT- 
HALDIMAND-consists of the County of 
Brant but excluding the City of Brantford; 
the towns of Dunnville and Haldimand, 
Indian reserves No. 40 and No. 40A, and 
the Township of North Dumfries but 
excluding that part lying within the 
geographic Township of Beverly. 

L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF BRUCE- 
consists of the County of Bruce. 

PC THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 

BURLINGTON SOUTH-consists of that part 
of the City of Burlington lying southerly 
and westeriy of a line described as follows: 
Commencing at the intersection of the 
southwesterly limit of the City of 
Burlington with the King's Highway No. 
403; thence northeasterly along said 
Highway to the Queen Elizabeth Way; 
thence northeasteriy along the Queen 
Elizabeth Way to the northeasterly limit of 
the City of Burlington; thence southeasterly 
along the said limit to New Street; thence 
southwesterly along New Street to Appleby 
Line; thence southeasterly along Appleby 
Line to Appleby Place; thence southeasterly 
along Appleby Place and its southeasterly 
prolongation to the shore of Lake Ontario; 
thence northeasterly along the said shore to 
the northeasterly limit of the City of 
Burlington. 

NDP THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 

CAMBRIDGE-consists of the City of 
Cambridge and of that part of the Township 
of North Dumfries lying within the 
geographic Township of Beverly. 

PC THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF CARLETON- 
consists of the City of Kanata and the 
townships of Goulboum, Osgoode, Rideau 
and West Carleton. 



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Carleton East 



Hon. Gilles E. Morin 



Chatham-Kent 



Maurice Louis Bossy 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF CARLETON 
EAST-consists of the Village of RockcUffe 
Park and of that part of the cities of 
Gloucester and Ottawa lying within the 
following limits: Commencing at the 
intersection of the easterly limit of the City 
of Ottawa with the Queensway; thence 
easterly along the Queensway to Blair 
Road; thence northerly along Blair Road to 
Montreal Road; thence westerly along 
Montreal Road to the easterly limit of the 
City of Vanier; thence northerly along the 
said limit to Beechwood Avenue; thence 
southwesterly along Beechwood Avenue to 
the limit between the City of Ottawa and 
the Village of Rockcliffe Parte; thence 
northerly and westerly along the said limit 
to the most northwesterly comer of the 
Village of Rockcliffe Park; thence 
northeasterly along the nwthwesterly limit 
of the Village of Rockcliffe Park to 
Princess Avenue; thence nwthwesterly 
along Princess Avenue to Rockcliffe 
Driveway; thence north 45° 00' west to the 
Inteiprovincial Boundary between Ontario 
and Quebec; thence easteriy along the said 
Interprovincial Boundary to the 
northeasterly comer of the City of 
Gloucester, thence southerly, westerly and 
northerly along the easterly, southerly and 
westerly limits of the City of Gloucester to 
the nOTthwesterly comer of the said city; 
thence easterly along the northerly limit of 
the City of Gloucester to the westerly limit 
of the Ottawa Intemational Airport; thence 
southerly along the said limit to Leitrim 
Drive; thence easterly along Leitrim Drive 
to Albion Road; thence northerly along 
Albion Road to Leitrim Road; thence 
easterly along Leitrim Road to the King's 
Highway No. 31; thence northerly along 
said Highway to Conroy Road; thence 
northerly along Conroy Road to the 
southerly limit of the City of Ottawa; 
thence easterly and nOTtherly along the 
southerly and easterly limits of the City of 
Ottawa to the point of commencement. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF CHATHAM- 
KENT-consists of the City of Chatham, the 
towns of Bothwell, Dresden and 
Wallaceburg and the townships of Camden, 
Chatham, Dover and Zone. 



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Cochrane North 



Hon. Jacques Nod 
"Ren6" Fontaine 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF COCHRANE 
NORTH-consists of the geographic 
townships of Ebbs and Templeton; that part 
of the Territorial District of Cochrane lying 
northerly and westerly of a line described as 
follows: Commencing at the intersection of 
the Interprovincial Boundary between 
Ontario and Quebec with the water's edge 
along the southerly shore of Lake Abitibi; 
thence northwesterly along that water's edge 
to the south boundary of the geographic 
Township of Galna; thence westeriy along 
the south boundary of the geographic 
townships of Galna and Moody to the north 
limit of the Town of Iroquois Falls; thence 
westerly along the said limit to the 
northeast comer of the geographic 
Township of Teefy; thence westerly along 
the north boundary of the said township to 
the northwest comer thereof; thence 
westerly along the north limit of the Town 
of Iroquois Falls to the northwest comer 
thereof; thence southerly along the west 
limit of the said town to the north limit of 
the City of Timmins; thence westerly along 
the north limit of the said city to the 
northwest comer thereof; thence westeriy 
along the north boundary of the geographic 
Township of Byers to the northwest comer 
thereof; thence southerly along the west 
boundary of the geographic townships of 
Byers, Cote and Massey to the south 
boundary of the geographic Township of 
Enid; and that part of the Territorial District 
of Kenora lying easterly of a line described 
as follows: Commencing at the northerly 
extremity of the boundary between the 
territorial districts of Cochrane and Thunder 
Bay; thence northerly along a meridian line 
to the 212 Mile Post planted thereon by A. 
Tarvydas, O.L.S., in 1958; thence north 
astronomically to the shore of Hudson Bay. 



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Cochrane South 



Alan William Pope 



PC THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF COCHRANE 

SOUTH-consists of that part of the 
TerritOTial District of Cochrane lying 
southerly and easterly of a line described as 
follows: Commencing at the intersection of 
the Inter]M"Ovincial Boundary between 
Ontario and Quebec with the water's edge 
along the southerly shwe of Lake Abitibi; 
thence northwesterly along that water's edge 
to the south boundary of the geographic 
Township of Galna; thence westerly along 
the south boundary of the geographic 
townships of Galna and Moody to the north 
limit of the Town of Iroquois Falls; thence 
westerly along the said limit to the 
northeast comer of the geographic 
Township of Teefy; thence westerly along 
the north boundary of the said township to 
the northwest comer thereof; thence 
westerly along the north limit of the Town 
of Iroquois Falls to the northwest comer 
thereof; thence southerly along the west 
limit of the said town to the north limit of 
the City of Timmins; thence westerly along 
the north limit of the said city to the 
northwest comer thereof; thence westerly 
along the north boundary of the geographic 
Township of Byers to the northwest comer 
thereof; thence southerly along the west 
boundary of the geographic townships of 
Byers, Cote and Massey to the south 
boundary of the geographic Township of 
Enid. 



Cwnwall 



John C. Cleary 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OT CORNW ALL- 
consists of the City of Comwall, the 
townships of Charlottenburgh and 
Comwall, and Indian Reserve No. 59. 



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Don Mills 



Murad Velshi 



Dovercourt 



Antonio "Tony" 
Lupusella 



L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF DON MILLS- 

consists of that part of the City of North 
York and of the Borough of East York 
lying within the following limits: 
Commencing at the intersection of 
Lawrence Avenue East with the easterly 
limit of the City of North York; thence 
southerly along the easterly limit of the 
City of North York and the Borough of 
East York to the southerly limit of the said 
bwough; thence westerly along the said 
southerly limit to Chisholm Avenue; 
thence northerly along Chisholm Avenue 
and its northerly prolongation to Taylor 
Creek; thence northwesterly along Taylor 
Creek to the Don River, thence westerly 
along the Don River to Don Mills Road; 
thence northerly along Don Mills Road to 
the southerly limit of the City of North 
York; thence northwesterly, westerly and 
northerly along the said limit to the easterly 
extremity of the course thereon oriented in 
an easterly and westerly direction and 
situated immediately north of Glen Echo 
Road; thence easterly on the easterly 
prolongation of the said course to the Don 
River West Branch; thence southeasterly 
along the Don River West Branch to the 
westerly prolongation of Lawrence Avenue 
East; thence easterly along the said 
prolongation to and along Lawrence Avenue 
East to the point of commencement. 

NDP THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 

DOVERCOURT-consists of that part of the 
City of Toronto lying within the following 
limits: Commencing at the intersection of 
the southerly limit of the City of Yoiic 
with Bathurst Street; thence southerly along 
Bathurst Street to Bloor Street West; thence 
westerly along Bloor Street West to the 
Canadian National railway line situated 
immediately west of Helens Avenue; thence 
northerly along the said railway line to St. 
Clair Avenue West; thence westerly along 
St. Clair Avenue West to the Canadian 
National railway line situated immediately 
northeast of Weston Road; thence 
northwesteily along the said railway line to 
the northerly limit of the City of Toronto; 
thence easterly along the said limit to the 
point of commencement 



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Downsview 



Laureano Leone 



Dufferin-Peel 



Hon. Mavis Wilson 



NDP THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT Cff' 

DOWNS vmw-consists of that part of the 
City of North Ywlc lying within the 
following limits: Commencing at the 
intersection of Black Creek with the 
northerly limit of the City of North York; 
thence easterly along the said limit to 
Dufferin Street; thence southeriy along 
Dufferin Street to Allen Road; thence 
southerly along Allen Road to the 
Macdonald-Cartier Freeway; thence westerly 
along the Macdonald-Cartier Freeway to 
Jane Street; thence northerly along Jane 
Street to Finch Avenue West; thence 
easterly along Finch Avenue West to Black 
Creek; thence nwlherly along Black Creek 
to the point of commencement. 

L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF DUFFERIN- 
PEEL-consists of the County of Dufferin 
and the Town of Caledon. 



Durham Centre 



Allan Furlong 



Durham East 



Sammy Lawrence 
Cureatz 



Durham West 



Durham- York 



Norah Jane Stoner 



William George 
Ballinger 



L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF DURHAM 
CENTRE-consists of that part of the Town 
of Whitby lying southerly of Taunton Road 
and that part of the City of Oshawa lying 
within the following limits: Commencing 
at the intersection of the westerly limit of 
the City of Oshawa with King Street West; 
thence easterly along King Street West to 
Ritson Road North; thence northerly along 
Ritson Road North to Taunton Road; 
thence westerly along Taunton Road to the 
westerly limit of the City of Oshawa; 
thence southerly along the said limit to the 
point of commencement 

PC THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF DURHAM 
EAST-consists of that part of the City of 
Oshawa lying northerly of Taunton Road, 
that part of the Town of Whitby lying 
northerly of Taunton Road, the Town of 
Newcastle, the townships of Manvers and 
Scugog and Indian Reserve No. 34. 

L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF DURHAM 
WEST-consists of the towns of Ajax and 
Pickering. 

L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF DURHAM- 
YORK -consists of the towns of East 
Gwillimbury and Whitchurch-Stouffville, 
the townships of Brock, Georgina and 
Uxbridge, and Indian Reserve 
No. 33. 



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Eglinton 



Dianne Poole 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF EGLDMTON- 
consists of that part of the City of Toronto 
lying within the following limits: 
Commencing at the intersection of 
Eglinton Avenue West with Latimer 
Avenue; thence northerly along Latimer 
Avenue to Roselawn Avenue; thence 
easterly along Roselawn Avenue to 
CasUewood Road; thence northerly along 
Castlewood Road to Briar Hill Avenue; 
thence westerly along Briar Hill Avenue to 
the southerly prolongation of the course in 
the northerly limit of the City of Toronto 
oriented in a northerly and southerly 
direction and situated immediately west of 
Proudfoot Avenue; thence northerly along 
the said prolongation to the northerly limit 
of the City of Toronto; thence northerly, 
easterly and southerly along the said limit 
to the westerly limit of the Borough of East 
York; thence southerly along the said limit 
to the southerly limit of Mount Pleasant 
Cemetery; thence westerly along the said 
limit to Yonge Street; thence northerly 
along Yonge Street to the abandoned 
Canadian National railway line situated 
immediately south of Merton Street; thence 
northwesterly along the said railway line to 
the southerly prolongation of Duncannon 
Drive; thence northerly along the said 
prolongation to and along Duncannon Drive 
to Eglinton Avenue West; thence westerly 
along Eglinton Avenue West to the point 
of commencement 



Elgin 
Essex-Kent 



Marietta L.D. Robots 



James Fitzgerald 
McGuigan 



Essex South 



Hon. Remo J. Mancini 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ELGIN- 
consists of the County of Elgin. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ESSEX- 
KENT-consists consists of the towns of 
Belle River, Blenheim, Ridgetown and 
Tilbury, the villages of Erie Beach, Erieau, 
Highgate, Thamesville and Wheatley, and 
the townships of Harwich, Howard, 
Maidstone, Orford, Raleigh, Rochester, 
Romney, Sandwich South, Tilbury East, 
Tilbury North and Tilbury West. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ESSEX 
SOUTH-consists of the towns of 
Amherstburg, Essex, Hanx)w, Kingsville 
and Leamington, and the townships of 
Anderdon, Colchester North, Colchester 
South, Gosfield North, Gosfield South, 
Maiden, Mersea and Pelee. 



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Etobicoke-Humber 



D. James Henderson 



Etobicoke-Lakeshore 



Ruth Anna Grier 



NDP 



Etobicoke-Rexdale 



Etobicoke West 



Edward Thomas Philip NDP 



Linda Lillian LeBourdais 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ETOBICX)KE- 
HUMBER -consists of that part of the City 
of Etobicoke lying within the following 
limits: Commencing at the intersection of 
Bloor Street West with Kipling Avenue; 
thence northerly along Kipling Avenue to 
The Westway; thence westerly along The 
Westway to Martin Grove Road; thence 
northerly along Martin Grove Road to the 
Macdonald-Cartier Freeway; thence 
northeasterly along the Macdonald-Cartier 
Freeway to the easterly limit of the City of 
Etobicoke; thence southeasterly along the 
said limit to Bloor Street West; thence 
westerly along Bloor Street West to the 
point of commencement 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ETOBICOKE- 
LAKESHORE-consists of that part of the 
City of Etobicoke lying southerly of a line 
described as follows: Commencing at the 
intersection of the westerly limit of the 
City of Etobicoke with the Canadian 
Pacific railway line; thence northeasterly 
along the said railway line to Kipling 
Avenue; thence northerly along Kipling 
Avenue to BIoot Street West; thence 
easterly along Bloor Street West to the 
easterly limit of the City of Etobicoke. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ETOBICOKE- 
REXDALE-consists of that part of the City 
of Etobicoke lying northerly of the 
Macdonald-Cartier Freeway. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ETOBICOKE 
WEST-consists of that part of the City of 
Etobicc^e lying within the following 
limits: Commencing at the intersection of 
the Canadian Pacific railway line with the 
westerly limit of the City of Etobicoke; 
thence northerly along the said limit to the 
Macdonald-Cartier Freeway; thence 
northeasterty along the Macdonald-Cartier 
Freeway to Martin Grove Road; thence 
southerly along Martin Grove Road to The 
Westway; thence easterly along The 
Westway to Kipling Avenue; thence 
southerly along Kipling Avenue to the 
Canadian Pacific railway line; thence 
southwesterly along the said railway line to 
the point of commencement. 



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Fort William 



Hon. Lyn McLeod 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF FORT 
WILLIAM-consists of that part of the 
Territorial District of Thunder Bay lying 
within the following limits: Commencing 
at the intersection of the International 
Boundary between Canada and the United 
States of America with a line drawn on a 
course of south astronomic from the 
southwest comer of the geographic 
Township of Devon; thence north 
astronomically along the said line to the 
southwest comer of the said township; 
thence ncxtheriy along the west boundary of 
the geographic townships of Devon, 
Fraleigh, Lybster and Marks to the 
northwest comer of the last mentioned 
township; thence easterly along the north 
boundary of the geographic Township of 
Marks to the northwest comer of the 
Township of O'Connw; thence easterly 
along the north boundary of the said 
township to the northeast comer thereof; 
thence southerly along the east boundary of 
the east boundary of the Township of 
O'Connor to the northwest comer of the 
Township of Paipoonge; thence easterly 
along the north boundary of the said 
township to the northeast comer thereof; 
thence easterly along the north boundary of 
the former Township of Neebing and of the 
former City of Fort William, both as 
existing prior to January 1, 1970, to the 
Lakehead Expressway; thence northeriy 
along the Lakehead Ex[M^ssway to the 
Harbour Access Route; thence easterly 
along the Harbour Access Route to Golf 
Links Road; thence southerly along Golf 
Links Road to the north limit of the former 
City of Fort William, as existing prior to 
January 1, 1970; thence easteriy along the 
said limit and its easterly prolongation to 
the line of longitude 89° 00'; thence south 
astronomically along the said line of 
longitude to the International Boundary 
between Canada and the United States of 
America; thence southwesteriy and westeriy 
along the said International Boundary to the 
point of commencement 



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Fort York 



Hon. Robert Charles 
Wong 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF PORT YORK- 
consists of that part of the City of Toronto 
lying within the following limits: 
Commencing at the intersection of 
Ossington Avenue with Bloor Street West; 
thence easterly along Bloor Street West to 
Bathurst Street; thence southerly along 
Bathurst Street to College Street; thence 
easterly along College Street to Carlton 
Street; thence easterly along Carlton Street 
to Sherboume Street; thence southerly 
along Sherboume Street and its southerly 
prolongation to the water's edge of Inner 
Harbour, thence easterly along the said 
water's edge to the northerly prolongation 
of the centre line of Eastern Channel of 
Ineer Harbour, thence southerly along the 
said prolongation to and along the said 
centre line to the southerly extremity 
thereof; thence southerly along the 
prolongation of the said centre line to the 
southerly limit of the City of Toronto; 
thence westerly and northwesterly along the 
southerly and southwesterly limits of the 
said city to the southerly prolongation of 
Strachan Avenue; thence northerly along 
the said prolongation to and along Strachan 
Avenue to the Gardiner Expressway; thence 
westerly along the Gardiner Expressway to 
the southerly prolongation of Atlantic 
Avenue; thence nwtherly along the said 
prolongation to and along Atlantic Avenue 
to King Street West; thence easterly along 
King Street West to the southerly 
prolongation of Dovercourt Road; thence 
northerly along the said prolongation to and 
along Dovercourt Road to College Street; 
thence easterly along College Street to 
Ossington Avenue; thence northerly along 
Ossington Avenue to the point of 
commencement 



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R-ontenac-Addington 



Laurence George "Larry' 
South 



Grey 


Ronald F. Lipsett 


Guelph 


Rick Eugenio Ferraro 


Halton Centre 


Barbara Sullivan 



L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 

FRONTENAC-ADDINGTON-consists of that 
part of the County of Frontenac lying 
northerly of a line described as follows: 
Commencing at the intersection of the 
easterly limit of the Township of 
Pittsburgh with the Macdonald-Cartier 
Freeway; thence southwesterly along the 
Macdonald-Cartier Freeway to the northerly 
limit of the City of Kingston; thence 
westerly and southerly along the northerly 
and westerly limits of the City of Kingston 
to the shore of Lake Ontario; thence 
westerly along the said shore to the 
westerly boundary of the Township of 
Kingston; and that part of the County of 
Lennox and Addington lying northerly of a 
line described as follows: Commencing at 
the southeasterly comer of the Township of 
Camden East; thence westeriy along the 
southerly boundary of the Township of 
Camden East to the southeasterly comer of 
the Village of Newburgh; thence westerly 
along the southerly limit of the said village 
to the southerly boundary of the Township 
of Camden East; thence westerly along the 
southerly Umit of the said township to the 
southwesterly comer thereof; thence 
northerly along the westerly boundary of 
the said township to the northeasterly 
comer of the Township of Richmond. 

L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF GRE Y- 
consists of the County of Grey. 

L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF GUELPH- 
consists of the City of Guelph. 

L THE ELECnmAL DISTRICT OF HALTON 

CENTRE-consists of that part of the City of 
Burlington lying northerly and westerly of a 
line described as follows: Commencing at 
the intersection of the southwesterly limit 
of the City of Burlington with the King's 
Highway No. 403; thence northeasterly 
along said Highway to the Queen Elizabeth 
Way; thence northeasterly along the Queen 
Elizabeth Way to the northeasterly limit of 
the City of Burlington; and that part of the 
Town of Milton lying southerly of Deny 
Road; and that part of the Town of Oakville 
lying northerly of the Queen Elizabeth 
Way. 



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Halton North 



Hamilton Centre 



R. Walter Elliot 



Hon. Lily Oddie Munro 



Hamilton East 



Robert Warren 
Mackenzie 



NDP 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF HALTON 
NORTH-consists of the Town of Halton 
Hills and that part of the Town of Milton 
lying northerly of Derry Road. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF HAMILTON 
CENTRE-consists of that part of the City of 
Hamilton lying within the following 
limits: Commencing at the intersection of 
Queen Street with King Street; thence 
westerly along King Street to Chedoke 
Expressway; thence northerly along 
Chedoke Expressway to the Desjardins 
Canal; thence westerly along said canal to 
the westerly limit of the City of Hamilton; 
thence northerly and easterly along the 
westerly and northerly limits of the said 
city to the northerly prolongation of 
Sherman Avenue; thence southerly along 
the said prolongation to and along Sherman 
Avenue to Cannon Street; thence easterly 
along Cannon Street to Gage Avenue; 
thence southerly along Gage Avenue and its 
southerly prolongation to the brow of 
Hamilton Mountain; thence westerly along 
the said brow to the southerly prolongation 
of Queen Street; thence northerly along the 
said prolongation to and along Queen Street 
to the point of commencement. 

Name changed to Oddie-Munro, 1988-1989. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF HAMILTON 
EAST-consists of that part of the City of 
Hamilton lying within the following 
limits: Commencing at the intersection of 
the easterly limit of the City of Hamilton 
with Queenston Road; thence westerly 
along Queenston Road to Redhill Creek; 
thence southerly along Redhill Creek to the 
brow of the Hamilton Mountain; thence 
westerly along the said brow to the 
southerly prolongation of Gage Avenue; 
thence northerly along the said prolongation 
to and along Gage Avenue to Cannon 
Street; thence westerly along Cannon Street 
to Sherman Avenue; thence northerly along 
Sherman Avenue and its northerly 
prolongation to the northerly limit of the 
City of Hamilton; thence easterly along the 
northerly limit of the said city to the 
northeasterly comer thereof; thence 
southerly along the easterly limit of the 
said city to the point of commencement. 



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Hamilton Mountain 



Brian Albert Charlton 



NDP THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF HAMILTON 
MOUNT AIN-consists of that part of the City 
of Hamilton lying within the following 
limits: Commencing at the intersection of 
the southerly limit of the City of Hamilton 
with Upper James Street; thence northerly 
along Upper James Street to Fennell 
Avenue; thence easterly along Fennell 
Avenue to Upper Wellington Street; thence 
northerly along Upper Wellington Street 
and its northerly prolongation as aligned 
between Inverness Avenue and Concession 
Avenue to the brow of Hamilton Mountain; 
thence easterly along the said brow to the 
easterly hmit of the City of Hamilton; 
thence southerly and westerly along the 
easterly and southerly limits of the said city 
to the point of commencement. 



Hamilton West 



Richard Allen 



NDP THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF HAMILTON 
WEST-consists of that part of the City of 
Hamilton lying within the following 
limits: Commencing at the intersection of 
Upper James Street with the southerly limit 
of the City of Hamilton; thence westerly 
and northerly along the southerly and 
westerly limits of the said city to the 
Desjardins Canal; thence easterly along the 
said canal to the Chedoke Expressway; 
thence southerly along the Chedoke 
Expressway to King Street; thence easterly 
along King Street to Queen Su-eet; thence 
southerly along Queen Street and its 
southerly prolongation to the brow of 
Hamilton Mountain; thence easterly along 
the said brow to the northerly prolongation 
of Upper Wellington Street as aligned 
between Inverness Avenue and Concession 
Avenue; thence southerly along the said 
prolongation to and along Upper 
Wellington Street to Fennell Avenue; 
thence westerly along Fennell Avenue to 
Upper James Street; thence southerly along 
Upper James Street to the point of 
commencement. 



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Hastings-Peterborough James Pollock 



PC THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF HASTINGS- 
PETERBOROUGH-consists of that part of the 
County of Hastings lying northerly of a 
line described as follows: Commencing at 
the southwesterly comer of the Township 
of Rawdon; thence easterly along the 
southerly boundary of the said township to 
the westerly limit of the Village of 
Stirling; thence southerly, easterly and 
northerly along the westerly, southerly and 
easterly limits of the said village to the 
southerly boundary of the Township of 
Rawdon; thence easterly along the said 
boundary to the southwesterly comer of the 
Township of Huntingdon; thence easterly 
along the southerly boundary of the said 
township to the southwesterly comer of the 
Township of Hungerford; thence easterly 
along the southerly boundary of the said 
township to the southeasterly comer 
thereof; and the villages of Havelock, 
Lakefield and Norwood, and the townships 
of Asphodel, Belmont and Methuen, 
Burleigh and Anstruther, Chandos, Douro, 
Dummer, Galway and Cavendish, Harvey, 
and Otonabee. 



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High Park-Swansea 



David Gordon Fleet 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF HIGH PARK- 
SWANSEA-consists of that part of the City 
of Toronto lying westerly of a hne 
described as follows: Commencing at the 
intersection of the northerly limit of the 
City of Toronto with the Canadian National 
railway hne situated immediately northeast 
of Weston Road; thence southeasterly along 
the said railway line to St. Clair Avenue 
West; thence easterly along St. Clair 
Avenue West to the Canadian National 
railway line situated immediately west of 
Caledonia Park Road; thence southerly 
along the said railway line to Bloor Street 
West; thence westerly along Bloor Street 
West to Dundas Street West; thence 
southerly along Dundas Street West to 
Roncesvalles Avenue; thence southerly 
along Roncesvalles Avenue and its 
southerly prolongation to the southwesterly 
limit of the City of Toronto. 



Huron 



Hon. John Keith "Jack' 
RiddeU 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF HURON- 
consists of the County of Huron. 



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Kenora 



Frank Ranover Miclash 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF KENORA- 
consists of that part of the Territorial 
District of Kenora lying northerly and 
westerly of a line described as follows: 
Commencing at the intersection of the 
International Boundary between Canada and 
the United States of America with a line 
drawn west astronomic from the westerly 
extremity of the 4th Base Line at the 
westerly shore of Aulneau Peninsula; 
thence east astronomically along the said 
line to the westerly extremity of the said 
4th Base Line; thence easterly along the 
said base line to the 6th Meridian Line 
surveyed by A. Niven, O.L.S., in 1894; 
thence northerly along the 6th Meridian 
Line to the southwest comer of the 
geographic Township of Wainwright; 
thence easterly along the south boundary of 
the said township to the northwest comer of 
the Town of Dryden; thence southerly and 
easterly along the westerly and southerly 
limits of the said town to the west limit of 
the Township of Barclay; thence northerly, 
easterly and southerly along the west, north 
and east limits of the said township to the 
south boundary of the geographic Township 
of Brownridge; thence easterly along the 
south boundary of the geographic 
townships of Brownridge, Laval and 
McAree to the southeast comer of the last 
mentioned township; thence easterly along 
the base hne run by Phillips and Benner, 
O.L.S., in 1932, to the southwest comer of 
Block 9; thence easterly along the south 
boundary of the said block to the southeast 
comer thereof; thence easterly along the 
base line mn by Phillips and Benner, 
O.L.S., in 1932, to the boundary between 
the territorial districts of Kenora and 
Thunder Bay; thence northerly along the 
said boundary to the northwesterly comer of 
the Territorial District of Thunder Bay; 
thence continuing northerly along a 
meridian line to the 215 + 78.207 Mile 
Post planted thereon by A. Tarvydas, 
O.L.S., in 1957; thence north 
astronomically to the Interprovincial 
Boundary between Ontario and Manitoba. 



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Kingston and the Islands Kenneth A. Keyes 



THE EL£CrORAL DISTRICT OF lONGSTON 
AND THE ISLANfDS-consists of the City of 
Kingston, the townships of Amherst Island, 
Howe Island, and Wolfe Island, and that part 
of the Township of Pittsburgh lying 
southerly of the Macdonald-Cartier 
Freeway. 



Kitchener 



David R. Cooke 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF KTTCHENER- 
consists of that part of the City of 
Kitchener lying northerly and westerly of 
the Conestoga Parkway. 



Kitchener-Wilmot 



Hon. John Roland 
Sweeney 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF KITCHENER- 
WILMOT-consists of the Township of 
Wilmot and that part of the City of 
Kitchener lying southerly and easterly of 
the Conestoga Parkway. 



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LakeNipigon Gilles Pouliot NfDP THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF LAKE NIPIGON-consists of the 

community of English River in the Territorial District of Kenora and 
that part of the territorial districts of Kenora and Thunder Bay lying 
within the following limits: Commencing at the 215 + 78.207 Mile 
Post planted on a meridian line in the Territorial District of Kenora 
surveyed by A. Tarvydas, O.L.S., in 1957; thence southerly along 
that meridian line to the northerly extremity of the west boundary of 
the Territorial District of Thunder Bay; thence southerly along the 
said boundary to the International Boundary between Canada and the 
United States of America; thence easterly along the said International 
Boundary to the intersection with a line drawn south astronomic from 
the southeast comer of the geographic Township of Hartington; 
thence north astronomically along that line to the southeast comer of 
the geographic Township of Hartington; thence northerly along the 
east boundary of the geographic townships of Hartington, Lismore, 
Strange, Aldina, Sackville, Laurie and Blackwell to the northeast 
corner of the last mentioned township; thence easterly along the south 
boundary of the geographic Township of Soper and of Block 1 to the 
southeast comer of Block 1; thence northerly along the east boundary 
of Block 1 to the northwest comer of the geographic Township of 
Fowler; thence easterly along the north boundary of the geographic 
townships of Fowler and Jacques to the northeast comer of the last 
mentioned township; thence southerly along the east boundary of the 
said township to the north boundary of the geographic Township of 
Gorham; thence easterly along the north boundary of the said 
township to the northeast comer thereof; 

thence southerly along the east boundary of the geographic Township 
of Gorham to the northwest comer of the Township of Shuniah; 
thence easterly and northerly along the north and west boundaries of 
the Township of Shuniah to the southwest comer of the Township of 
Dorion; thence easterly along the south boundary of the said 
township to the southeast comer thereof; thence east astronomically 
^ to the centre line of Black Bay of Lake Superior; thence southeriy 

along that centre line to the southerly extremity thereof; thence south 
astronomically to the International Boundary between Canada and the 
United States of America; thence northeasterly and southeasterly 
along the said International Boundary to the southeast comer of the 
Territorial District of Thunder Bay; thence northerly, westerly and 
northerly along the east boundary of the Territorial District of 
Thunder Bay to the northeast comer thereof; thence northerly along a 
meridian line to the 212 Mile Post planted thereon by A. Tarvydas, 
O.L.S., in 1958; thence north astronomically to the shore of Hudson 
Bay; thence northwesterly along the said shore to the Interprovincial 
Boundary between Ontario and Manitoba; thence southwesterly along 
the said Interprovincial Boundary to the intersection with a Une drawn 
north astronomic from the point of commencement; thence south 
astronomically along the said line to the point of commencement. 



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Lambton 



David William Smith 



Lanaric-Renfipew 



Douglas Jack Wiseman PC 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF LAMBTON- 
consists of that part of the County of 
Lambton lying southerly and easterly of a 
line described as follows: Commencing at 
the southwesterly comer of Indian Reserve 
No. 45; thence easterly along the southerly 
boundary of Indian Reserve No. 45 to the 
southeasterly comer thereof; thence 
northerly along the easterly limit of Indian 
Reserve No. 45 to the easterly limit of the 
City of Samia; thence northerly along the 
said limit to Confederation Street; thence 
easterly along Confederation Street to 
Modeland Road; thence northerly along 
Modeland Road and its northerly 
prolongation to the northerly boundary of 
the Township of Samia. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF LAN ARK- 
RENFREW-consists of the County of 
Lanaric, the towns of Amprior and Renfrew, 
the Village of Braeside and the townships of 
Admaston, Bagot and Blithfield, Horton and 
McNab. 



Lawrence 



Joseph Cordiano 



Leeds-Grenville 



Robert William 
Runciman 



PC 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF LAWRENCE- 
consists of that part of the City of North 
York lying southerly of a line described as 
follows: Commencing at the intersection of 
the westerly limit of the City of North 
York with the Macdonald-Cartier Freeway; 
thence easterly along the Macdonald-Cartier 
Freeway to Allen Road; thence southerly 
along Allan Road to the westerly 
prolongation of Baycrest Avenue; thence 
easterly along the said prolongation to and 
along Baycrest Avenue to Bathurst Street; 
thence southerly along Bathurst Street to 
Old Orchard Grove; thence easterly along 
Old Orchard Grove to the southerly limit of 
the City of North York. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF LEEDS- 
GRENVILLE-consists of the County of 
Leeds, the Town of Prescott, the Village of 
Merrickville and the townships of Augusta 
and Wolford. 



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Lincoln 



Harry Pelissero 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF LINCOLN- 
consists of the towns of Grimsby, Lincoln 
and Pelham, the Township of West 
Lincoln, and that part of the City of St. 
Catharines lying westerly of a line described 
as follows: Commencing at the intersection 
of the southerly limit of the City of St. 
Catharines with Twelve Mile Creek; thence 
northerly along Twelve Mile Creek to the 
Queen Elizabeth Way; thence westerly 
along the Queen Elizabeth Way to 
Martindale Road; thence northerly along 
Martindale Road to Lakeshore Road West; 
thence westerly along Lakeshore Road West 
to Courtleigh Road; thence northerly along 
Courtleigh Road and its northerly 
prolongation to the northerly limit of the 
City of St. Catharines. 



London Centre 



Hon. David Robert 
Peterson 



L Premier and President of the Executive 
Council. 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF LONDON 
CENTRE-consists of that part of the City of 
London lying within the following limits: 
Commencing at the intersection of Oxford 
Street with Highbury Avenue; thence 
northerly along Highbury Avenue to Huron 
Street; thence easterly along Huron Street 
to Clarke Side Road; thence southerly along 
Clarke Side Road and its southerly 
prolongation to the limit between the City 
of London and the Township of 
Westminster; thence westerly and southerly 
along the said limit to Commissioners 
Road; thence westerly along 
Commissioners Road to the Canadian 
National railway line; thence northwesterly 
along the said railway line to the easterly 
prolongation of Base Line Road; thence 
westerly to and along Base Line Road to 
Whamcliffe Road South; thence northerly 
along Whamcliffe Road South to the 
Thames River; thence easterly along the 
said river to the North Thames River; 
thence northerly along the North Thames 
River to Oxford Street; thence easterly 
along Oxford Street to the point of 
commencement. 



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London North 



Ronald George Van 
Home 



London North 
London South 



Dianne E. Cunningham PC 



Hon. Elizabeth "Joan" 
Smith 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF LONDON 
NORTH-consists of that part of the City of 
London lying within the following limits: 
Commencing at the intersection of Oxford 
Street with Highbury Avenue; thence 
northerly along Highbury Avenue to the 
northerly limit of the City of London; 
thence westerly and southerly along the 
northerly and westerly limits of the said 
city to the Thames River, thence easterly 
along the Thames River to the North 
Thames River; thence northerly along the 
North Thames River to Oxford Street; 
thence easterly along Oxford Street to the 
point of commencement. 

Resigned, Dec. 31, 1987. 

Elected, Mar. 31, 1988. Sworn in on Apr. 
12, 1988. 



L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF LONDON 
SOUTH-consists of that part of the City of 
London lying within the following limits: 
Commencing at the intersection of the 
westerly Hmit of the City of London with 
the Thames River; thence easterly along the 
Thames River to Whamcliffe Road South; 
thence southerly along Whamcliffe Road 
South to Base Line Road; thence easterly 
along Base Line Road and its easterly 
prolongation to the Canadian National 
railway hne; thence southeasterly along the 
Canadian National railway line to 
Commissioners Road; thence easterly along 
Commissioners Road to the easterly limit 
of the City of London; thence southerly, 
westerly and northerly along the easterly, 
southerly and westerly Umits of the City of 
London to the point of commencement. 



Markham 



W. Donald Cousens 



PC THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF MARKHAM- 
consists of the Town of Markham. 



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Middlesex 



Douglas Richard 
Reycraft 



Mississauga East John Domagoj Sola 



Mississauga North Hon. Steven Offer 



Mississauga South Margaret Marland 



L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF MIDDLESEX- 
consists of the County of Middlesex and 
Indian Reserves No. 41 and No. 42 but 
excluding that part of the City of London 
lying westerly of a line described as 
follows: Commencing at the intersection of 
the Thames River with the southerly 
prolongation of Clarice Side Road; thence 
northerly to and along Clarke Side Road to 
Huron Street; thence westerly along Huron 
Street to Highbury Avenue; thence 
northeriy along Highbury Avenue to the 
northerly limit of the City of London. 

L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 

MISSISSAUGA EAST-consists of that part of 
the City of Mississauga lying within the 
following limits: Commencing at the 
intersection of Eglinton Avenue East with 
the easterly limit of the City of 
Mississauga; thence southerly along the 
easterly limit of the said city to Dundas 
Street East; thence southwesterly along 
Dundas Street East to Cawthra Road; thence 
southeasterly along Cawthra Road to the 
Queen Elizabeth Way; thence southwesterly 
along the Queen Elizabeth Way to 
Hurontario Street; thence northwesterly 
along Hurontario Street to Central Parkway 
East; thence easterly and northerly along 
Central Parkway East to Bumhamthorpe 
Road East; thence northeasterly along 
Bumhamthorpe Road East to Cawthra 
Road; thence northwesterly along Cawthra 
Road to Eglinton Avenue East; thence 
northeasterly along Eglinton Avenue East 
to the point of commencement. 

L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 

MISSISSAUGA NORTH-consists of that part 
of the City of Mississauga lying northerly 
of Eglinton Avenue. 

PC THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 

MISSISSAUGA SOUTH-consists of that part 
of the City of Mississauga lying southerly 
of a line described as follows: Commencing 
at the intersection of the southwesterly 
limit of the City of Mississauga with the 
Queen Elizabeth Way; thence northeasterly 
along the Queen Elizabeth Way to Cawthra 
Road; thence northwesterly along Cawthra 
Road to Dundas Street East; thence 
northeasterly along Dundas Street East to 
the easterly limit of the City of 
Mississauga. 



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Mississauga West Steven W. Mahoney 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 
MISSISSAUGA WEST-consists of that part of 
the City of Mississauga lying within the 
following limits: Commencing at the 
intersection of the westerly limit of the 
City of Mississauga with Eglinton Avenue 
West; thence northeasterly along Eglinton 
Avenue West and Eglinton Avenue East to 
Cawthra Road; thence southeasterly along 
Cawthra Road to Bumhamthorpe Road 
East; thence southwesterly along 
Bumhamthorpe Road East to Central 
Parkway East; thence southerly and 
westerly along Central Parkway East to 
Huron tario Street; thence southeasterly 
along Hurontario Street to the Queen 
Elizabeth Way; thence southwesterly along 
the Queen Elizabeth Way to the westerly 
limit of the City of Mississauga; thence 
northwesterly, southwesterly and 
northwesterly along the westerly limit of 
the said city to the point of 
commencement. 



Muskoka-Georgian Bay Hon. Ken Black 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF MUSKOKA- 
GEORGIAN BAY-consists of The District 
Municipality of Muskoka, the Town of 
Midland, the villages of Port McNicoll and 
Victoria Harbour and the townships of 
Matchedash and Tay. 



Nepean 



Hans W. Daigeler 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NEPE AN- 
consists of that part of the City of Nepean 
lying southerly and westerly of a line 
described as follows: Commencing at the 
intersection of the Rideau River with Black 
Rapids Creek; thence westerly along Black 
Rapids Creek to Woodroffe Avenue; thence 
northerly along Woodroffe Avenue to the 
Canadian National-Canadian Pacific railway 
line; thence easterly along the said railway 
line to Merivale Road; thence northerly 
along Merivale Road to Clyde Avenue; 
thence northerly along Clyde Avenue to the 
northerly limit of the City of Nepean. 



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Niagara Falls 



Hon. Vincent George 
Kerrio 



Niagara South 



Raymond Louis 
Haggerty 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NIAGARA 
FALLS-consists of that part of the City of 
Niagara Falls lying northerly of a line 
described as follows: Commencing at the 
intersection of the westerly limit of the 
City of Niagara Falls with McLeod Road; 
thence easterly along McLeod Road to 
Stanley Avenue; thence southerly along 
Stanley Avenue and its southerly 
prolongation to the Welland River; thence 
easterly along the Welland River to a line 
drawn northwesterly and perpendicularly to 
Main Street from the intersection of Main 
Street with Sodom Road; thence 
southeasterly along the said line to the 
intersection of Main Street with Sodom 
Road; thence southerly along Sodom Road 
to Weinbrenner Road; thence easterly along 
Weinbrenner Road to Willoughby Drive; 
thence easterly along Edgeworth Road and 
its easterly prolongation to the water's edge 
along the shore of the Niagara River, thence 
south 45° 00' east to the International 
Boundary between Canada and the United 
States of America. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NIAGARA 
SOUTH-consists of the City of Port 
Colbome, the Town of Fort Erie, the 
Township of Wainfleet, and that part of the 
City of Niagara Falls lying southerly of a 
line described as follows: Commencing at 
the intersection of the westerly limit of the 
City of Niagara Falls with McLeod Road; 
thence easterly along McLeod Road to 
Stanley Avenue; thence southerly along 
Stanley Avenue and its southerly 
prolongation to the Welland River; thence 
easterly along the Welland River to a line 
drawn northwesterly and perpendicularly to 
Main Street from the intersection of Main 
Street with Sodom Road; thence 
southeasterly along the said line to the 
intersection of Main Street with Sodom 
Road; thence southerly along Sodom Road 
to Weinbrenner Road; thence easterly along 
Weinbrenner Road to Willoughby Drive; 
thence easterly along Edgeworth Road and 
its easterly prolongation to the water's edge 
along the shore of the Niagara River, thence 
south 45° 00' east to the International 
Boundary between Canada and the United 
States of America. 



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Nickel Belt Floyd Laughren NDP THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NICKEL 

BELT-consists of that part of the Territorial 
District of Sudbury lying northerly and 
westerly of a line described as follows: 
Commencing at the southeast comer of the 
geographic Township of Janes; thence 
westerly along the south boundary of the 
geographic townships of Janes, Davis and 
Scadding to the easterly limit of the Town 
of Nickel Centre; thence northerly and 
westerly along the limits of the Town of 
Nickel Centre to the easterly limit of the 
Town of Capreol; thence northerly, 
westerly, northerly, westerly and southerly 
along the limits of the Town of Capreol to 
the northerly limit of the Town of Valley 
East; thence westerly, southerly, easterly 
and southerly along the limits of the Town 
of Valley East to the northwest comer of 
the City of Sudbury; thence southerly along 
the westerly limit of the City of Sudbury to 
the southwest comer thereof; thence easterly 
along the southerly limit of the City of 
Sudbury to the east boundary of the 
geographic Township of Eden; thence 
southerly along the east boundary of the 
geographic townships of Eden, Bevin and 
Sale to the southerly boundary of the 
Territorial District of Sudbury; thence 
westerly along the said boundary to the 
southwest comer of the geographic 
Township of Roosevelt; thence northerly 
along the west boundary of the geographic 
townships of Roosevelt and Tmman to the 
southeast comer of the Township of Nairn; 
thence westerly along the south boundary of 
the townships of Nairn and Baldwin to the 
southwest comer of the last mentioned 
township; thence westerly along the south 
boundary of the geographic townships of 
Shakespeare and Gough to the westerly 
boundary of the Territorial District of 
Sudbury. 



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Nipissing 



Michael Deane Harris 



P C THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NIPISSING- 
consists of that part of the Territorial 
District of Nipissing lying within the 
following limits: Commencing at the 
northwest comer of the geographic 
township of Hugel; thence easterly along 
the north boundary of the geographic 
townships of Hugel and Badgerow to the 
northwest comer of the Township of Field; 
thence easterly along the north boundary of 
the Township of Field to the northeast 
comer thereof; thence easterly along the 
north boundary of the geographic townships 
of Grant, Charlton, Blyth, Merrick, 
Mulock, French, Butler and Antoine to the 
northeast comer of the last mentioned 
township; thence easterly along the 
prolongation of the north boundary of the 
geographic Township of Antoine to the 
Interprovincial Boundary between Ontario 
and Quebec; thence southerly along the said 
Interprovincial Boundary to the northeast 
comer of the Township of Mattawan; 
thence westerly along the north boundary of 
the said township to the northwest comer 
thereof; thence southerly along the west 
boundary of the Township of Mattawan to 
the southwesterly comer thereof; thence 
westerly along the northerly boundary of 
the townships of Calvin, Bonfield and East 
Ferris to the northwesterly comer of the last 
mentioned township; thence southerly 
along the westerly boundary of the 
Township of East Ferris to the 
northeasterly comer of the Township of 
North Himsworth; thence westerly and 
northerly along the southerly and westerly 
boundaries of the Territorial District of 
Nipissing to the point of commencement 



Leader of the Ontario Progressive 
Conservative Party. 



Norfolk 



Gordon Irvin Miller 



Leader of the Third Party. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF NORPOLK- 
consists of the City of Nanticoke, the 
towns of Simcoe and Tillsonburg and the 
townships of Delhi and Norfolk. 



Northumberland 



Joan M. Fawcett 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 
NORTHUMBERLAND-consists of the 
County of Northumberland. 



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Oakville South 



Douglas Alexander 
Carrothers 



Oakwood 



Hon. Chaviva Milada 
Hosek 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF OAKVILLE 
SOUTH-consists of that part of the Town of 
Oakville lying southerly of the Queen 
Elizabeth Way and that part of the City of 
Burlington lying within the following 
limits: Commencing at the intersection of 
the northeasterly limit of the City of 
Burlington with New Street; thence 
southwesterly along New Street to Appleby 
Line; thence southeasterly along Appleby 
Line to Appleby Place; thence southeasterly 
along Appleby Place and its southeasterly 
prolongation to the shore of Lake Ontario; 
thence northeasterly along the said shore to 
the northeasterly Umit of the City of 
Burlington; thence northwesterly along the 
said limit to the point of commencement. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF O AKWOOD- 
consists of that part of the cities of York 
and Toronto lying within the following 
limits: Commencing at the intersection of 
Eglinton Avenue West with Bathurst 
Street; thence southerly along Bathurst 
Street to the southerly limit of the City of 
York situated immediately north of St. 
Clair Avenue West; thence westerly along 
the said limit to the Canadian National 
railway line situated immediately east of 
Blackthorn Avenue; thence northerly along 
the said railway line to Eglinton Avenue 
West; thence westerly along Eglinton 
Avenue West to Keele Street; thence 
northerly along Keele Street to the 
northerly limit of the City of York; thence 
easterly along the said limit to Allen Road; 
thence southerly along Allen Road to 
Eglinton Avenue West; thence easterly 
along Eglinton Avenue West to the point 
of commencement. 



Oriole 



Hon. Elinor Caplan 



THE ELECTDRAL DISTRICT OF ORIOLE- 
consists of that part of the City of North 
York lying northerly of the Macdonald- 
Cartier Freeway and easterly of Leslie 
Street. 



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Oshawa 



Michael James Breaugh NDP 



Ottawa Centre 



Hon. Richard Andrew 
Patten 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF OSHAWA- 
consists of that part of the City of Oshawa 
lying southerly and easterly of a line 
described as follows: Commencing at the 
intersection of the westerly limit of the 
City of Oshawa with King Street West; 
thence easterly along King Street West to 
Ritson Road North; thence northerly along 
Ritson Road North to Taunton Road; 
thence easterly along Taunton Road to the 
easterly limit of the City of Oshawa. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF OTTAWA 
CENTRE-consists of that part of the City of 
Ottawa lying within the following hmits: 
Commencing at the intersection of the 
Interprovincial Boundary between Ontario 
and Quebec with Island Park Drive; thence 
southerly along Island Park Drive to 
Merivale Road; thence southerly along 
Merivale Road to the southerly limit of the 
City of Ottawa; thence easterly along the 
said limit and its easterly prolongation to 
Fisher Avenue; thence northerly along 
Fisher Avenue to Base Line Road; thence 
easterly along Base Line Road to Heron 
Road; thence easterly along Heron Road to 
the Rideau Canal; thence northeasterly and 
northerly along the said canal to the 
northerly extremity thereof; thence north 
45° 00' west to the Interprovincial 
Boundary between Ontario and Quebec; 
thence westerly along the said 
Interprovincial Boundary to the point of 
commencement. 



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Ottawa East 



Hon. Bernard Charles 
Grandmaitre 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF OTTAWA 
EAST-consists of the City of Vanier, and 
that part of the cities of Gloucester and 
Ottawa lying within the following hmits: 
Commencing at the intersection of the 
Interprovincial Boundary between Ontario 
and Quebec and a line drawn on a course of 
north 45° 00' west from the northerly 
extremity of Rideau Canal; thence south 
45° 00' east along the said Une to the 
northerly extremity of the Rideau Canal; 
thence southerly along the said canal to the 
Queensway; thence easterly along the 
Queens way to Blair Road; thence northerly 
along Blair Road to Montreal Road; thence 
westerly along Montreal Road to the 
easterly limit of the City of Vanier; thence 
northerly along the said limit to Beechwood 
Avenue; thence southwesterly along 
Beechwood Avenue to the limit between the 
City of Ottawa and the Village of 
Rockchffe Park; thence northerly and 
westerly along the said limit to the most 
northwesterly comer of the Village of 
Rockcliffe Park; thence northeasterly along 
the northwesterly limit of the Village of 
Rockchffe Park to Princess Avenue; thence 
northwesterly along Princess Avenue to 
Rockcliffe Driveway; thence north 45° 00' 
west to the Interprovincial Boundary 
between Ontario and Quebec; thence 
southwesterly along the said Interprovincial 
Boundary to the point of commencement 



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Ottawa-Rideau 



Yvonne O'Neill 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF OTTAWA 
RIDEAU-consists of that part of the cities of 
Gloucester, Nepean and Ottawa lying 
within the following limits: Commencing 
at the intersection of Clyde Avenue with 
the northerly limit of the City of Nepean; 
thence easterly along the said limit and its 
easterly prolongation to Fisher Avenue; 
thence northerly along Fisher Avenue to 
Base Line Road; thence easterly along Base 
Line Road to the Rideau Canal; thence 
southerly along the Rideau Canal to the 
Rideau River, thence southerly along the 
Rideau River to the westerly prolongation 
of Walkley Road; thence easterly along the 
said prolongation to and along Walkley 
Road to its easterly extremity; thence 
easterly along the easterly prolongation of 
Walkley Road to the easterly limit of the 
City of Ottawa; thence southerly and 
westerly along the easterly and southerly 
limits of the City of Ottawa to Conroy 
Road; thence southerly along Conroy Road 
to the King's Highway No. 31; thence 
southerly along said Highway to Leitrim 
Road; thence westerly along LeiUim Road 
to Albiob Road; thence southerly along 
Albion Road to Leitrim Drive; thence 
westerly along Leitrim Drive to the 
westerly limit of the part of the Ottawa 
International Airport lying northerly of 
Leitrim Drive; thence northerly along the 
said westerly limit to the northerly limit of 
the City of Gloucester; thence westerly 
along the said limit to the Rideau River; 
thence southerly along the Rideau River to 
Black Rapids Creek; thence westerly along 
Black Rapids Creek to Woodroffe Avenue; 
thence northerly along Woodroffe Avenue 
to the Canadian National-Canadian Pacific 
railway line; thence easterly along the said 
railway line to Merivale Road; thence 
northerly along Merivale Road to Clyde 
Avenue; thence northerly along Clyde 
Avenue to the point of commencement 



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Ottawa South 



Dalton James McGuinty L 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF OTTAWA 
SOUTH-consists of that part of the City of 
Ottawa lying within the following Umits: 
Commencing at the intersection of the 
easterly limit of the City of Ottawa with 
the easterly prolongation of Walkiey Road; 
thence westerly along the said prolongation 
to and along Walkiey Road and its westerly 
prolongation to the Rideau River; thence 
northerly along the Rideau River to the 
Rideau Canal; thence northerly and easterly 
along the Rideau Canal to the Queensway; 
thence easterly along the Queensway to the 
easterly limit of the City of Ottawa; thence 
southerly along the said limit to the point 
of commencement 



Ottawa West 



Bob Chiarelli 



L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF OTTAWA 
WEST-consists of that part of the City of 
Ottawa lying westerly of a line described as 
follows: Commencing at the intersection of 
the southerly limit of the City of Ottawa 
with Merivale Road; thence northerly along 
Merivale Road to Island Paiic Drive; thence 
northerly along Island Park Drive to the 
Interprovincial Boundary between Ontario 
and Quebec. 



Oxford 



Charles Murray Tatham 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF OXFORD- 
consists of the County of Oxford but 
excluding the Town of Tillsonburg. 



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Parkdale 



Antony M. 'Tony' 
Ruprecht 



Parry Sound 



Ernie L. Eves 



L. 



Perth 



Hon. Hugh Alden L. 
Edighoffer 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF PARKDALE- 
consists of that part of the City of Toronto 
lying within the following limits: 
Commencing at the intersection of the 
southwesterly limit of the City of Toronto 
with the southerly prolongation of 
Roncesvalles Avenue; thence northerly 
along the said prolongation to and along 
Roncesvalles Avenue to Dundas Street 
West; thence northerly along Dundas Street 
West to Bloor Street West; thence easterly 
along Bloor Street West to Ossinglon 
Avenue; thence southerly along Ossington 
Avenue to College Street; thence westerly 
along College Street to Dovercourt Road; 
thence southerly along Dovercourt Road and 
its southerly prolongation to King Street 
West; thence westerly along King Street 
West to Atlantic Avenue; thence southerly 
along Atlantic Avenue and its southerly 
prolongation to the Gardiner Expressway; 
thence easterly along the Gardiner 
Expressway to Strachan Avenue; thence 
southerly aJong Strachan Avenue and its 
southerly prolongation to the southwesterly 
limit of the City of Toronto; thence 
northwesterly along the said limit to the 
point of commencement. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF PARRY 
SOUND-consists of the Territorial District 
of Parry Sound and that part of the 
Territorial District of Nipissing, but 
excluding the Township of Airy and the 
geographic townships of Dickens, Lyell, 
Murchison and Sabine, lying southerly of a 
line described as follows: Commencing at 
the northeasterly comer of the Township of 
North Himsworth; thence northerly along 
the westerly boundary of the Township of 
East Ferris to the northwesterly comer 
thereof; thence easterly along the northerly 
boundary of the townships of East Ferris, 
Bonfield and Calvin to the southwesterly 
comer of the Township of Mattawan; 
thence northerly and easterly along the west 
and north boundaries of the Township of 
Mattawan to the northeasterly comer 
thereof. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF PERTH- 
consists of the County of Perth. 

Speaker. 



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Peterborough 



Peter Adams 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 
PETERBOROUGH-consists of the City of 
Peterborough, the Village of Millbrook, the 
townships of Cavan, Ennismore, North 
Monaghan, South Monaghan and Smith, 
and Indian Reserve No. 35. 



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Port Arthur TarasKozyra L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF PORT ARTHUR-consists of that part of 

the Territorial District of Thunder Bay lying within the following 
limits: Commencing at the southwest comer of the geographic 
Township of Adrian; thence northerly along the west boundary of the 
geographic townships of Adrian and Home to the southerly boundary 
of the Dawson Road Lots; thence westerly, northerly and easterly 
along the southerly, westerly and northerly boundaries of the Dawson 
Road Lots to the west boundary of the geographic Township of 
Goldie; thence northerly along the west boundary of the geographic 
Township of Goldie to the northwest comer thereof; thence easterly 
along the north boundary of the geographic townships of Goldie and 
Forbes to the southeast comer of Block 1; thence northerly along the 
east boundary of the said block to the northwest comer of the 
geographic Township of Fowler; thence easterly along the north 
boundary of the geographic townships of Fowler and Jacques to the 
northeast comer of the last mentioned township; thence southerly 
along the east boundary of the geographic Township of Jacques to the 
north boundary of the geographic Township of Gorham; thence 
easterly along the north boundary of the said township to the 
northeast comer thereof; thence southerly along the east boundary of 
the geographic Township of Gorham to the northwest comer of the 
Township of Shuniah; thence easterly and northerly along the north 
and west boundaries of the Township of Shuniah to the southwest 
comer of the Township of Dorion; thence easterly along the south 
boundary of the said township to the southeast comer thereof; thence 
east astronomically to the centre line of Black Bay of Lake Superior; 
thence southerly along the said centre line to the southerly extremity 
thereof; thence south astronomically to the Intemational Boundary 
between Canada and the United States of America; thence 
southwesterly along the said Intemational Boundary to the line of 
longitude 89° 00'; thence north astronomically along the said line of 
longitude to the easterly prolongation of the south limit of the former 
City of Port Arthur, as existing prior to January 1, 1970; thence 
westerly along the said prolongation to and along the south limit of 
the said former City of Port Arthur to Golf Links Road; thence 
northerly along Golf Links Road to the Harbour Access Route; thence 
westerly along the Harbour Access Route to the Lakehead 
Expressway; thence southerly along the Lakehead Expressway to the 
south limit of the former City of Port Arthur as existing prior to 
January 1, 1970; thence westerly along the said limit and the south 
boundary of the former Township of Mclntyre as existing prior to 
January 1, 1970, to the northeast comer of the Township of 
Paipoonge; thence westerly along the north boundary of the said 
township to the northwest comer thereof; thence northerly along the 
east boundary of the Township of O'Connor to the northeast comer 
thereof; thence westerly along the north boundary of the Township 
O'Connor to the southeast comer of the geographic Township of 
Adrian; thence westerly along the south boundary of the said 
township to the point of commencement. 



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Prescott & Russell Jean Poirier 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF PRESOOTT 
AND RUSSELL-consists of the counties of 
Prescott and Russell and the Township of 
Cumberland. 



Prince Edward-Lennox Keith MacDonald 



L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF PRINCE 
EDWARD-LENNOX-consists of the County 
of Prince Edward, the towns of Deseronto 
and Napanee, the Village of Bath, the 
townships of Adolphustown, Emestown, 
North Fredericksburgh, Richmond, South 
Fredericksburgh, Thurlow and Tyendinaga, 
and Indian Reserve No. 38. 



Prince Edward-Lennox- Keith MacDonald 
South Hastings 



Quinte 



Hon. Hugh Patrick 
O'NeU 



Renamed Prince Edward-Lennox -South 
Hastings 

The Schedule to the Representation Act, 
1986 

is amended by renaming "THE 
ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF PRINCE 
EDWARD-LENNOX" as "THE 
ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF PRINCE 
EDWARD-LENNOX-SOUTH 
HASTINGS." Representation Amendment 
Act, 1990. Statutes of Ontario 1990. c. 1. 
(Assented to April 19, 1990). 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF QUINTE- 
consists of the cities of Belleville and 
Trenton, the Village of Frankford, and the 
Township of Sidney. 



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Rainy River 



Howard George 
Hampton 



Renfrew North 



Hon. Sean Gerard 
Conway 



NDP THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF RAINY 

RIVER -consists of the Territorial District of 
Rainy River and that part of the Territorial 
District of Kenora, excluding the 
community of EngUsh River, lying south 
of a line described as follows: Commencing 
at the intersection of the International 
Boundary between Canada and the United 
States of America with a line drawn west 
astronomic from the westerly extremity of 
the 4th Base Line at the westerly shore of 
Aubieau Peninsula; thence east 
astronomically along the said line to the 
westerly extremity of the said 4th Base 
Line; thence easterly along the said base 
line to the 6th Meridian Line surveyed by 
A. Niven, O.L.S. in 1894; thence northerly 
along the 6th Meridian Line to the 
northwest comer of the geographic 
Township of Van Home; thence easterly 
along the north boundary of the said 
township to the northwest comer of the 
Town of Dryden; thence southerly and 
easterly along the westerly and southerly 
limits of the said town to the west limit of 
the Township of Barclay; thence northerly, 
easterly and southerly along the west, north 
and east boundaries of the said township to 
the north boundary of the geographic 
Township of Zealand; thence easterly along 
the north boundary of the geographic 
townships of 2^ealand, Hartman and MacFie 
to the northeast comer of the last mentioned 
township; thence easterly along the base 
line mn by Phillips and Benner, O.L.S. , in 
1932, to the southwest comer of Block 9; 
thence easterly along the south boundary of 
the said block to the southeast comer 
thereof; thence easterly along the base line 
mn by Phillips and Benner, O.L.S., in 
1932, to the boundary between the 
territorial districts of Kenora and Thunder 
Bay. 

L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF RENFREW 
NORTH-consists of the Township of Airy, 
the geographic townships of Dickens, 
Lyell, Murchison and Sabine, and the 
County of Renfrew but excluding the towns 
of Amprior and Renfrew, the Village of 
Braeside and the townships of Admaston, 
Bagot and Blithfield, Horton and McNab. 



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Riverdale David R. ReviUe NDP THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF RIVERDALE- 

consists of that part of the City of Toronto 
lying within the following limits: 
Commencing at the intersection of the Don 
River with the northerly limit of the City 
of Toronto; thence easterly along the said 
limit to Coxwell Avenue; thence southerly 
along Coxwell Avenue to the Canadian 
National railway line; thence southwesterly 
along the said railway line to Greenwood 
Avenue; thence southerly along Greenwood 
Avenue to Queen Street East; thence 
westerly along Queen Street East to Leslie 
Street; thence southerly along Leslie Street 
and its southerly prolongation to the 
southerly limit of the City of Toronto; 
thence westerly along the said limit to the 
southerly prolongation of the centre line of 
Eastern Channel of Inner Harbour; thence 
northerly along the said prolongation to and 
along the said centre line to the northerly 
extremity thereof; thence northerly along 
the prolongation of the said centre line to 
the water's edge of Inner Harbour; thence 
easterly along the said water's edge to the 
northerly side of the Keating Channel; 
thence easterly along the said northerly side 
to the Don River; thence northerly along 
the Don River to the point of 
commencement. 



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St. Andrew-St. Patrick Ronald M. Kanter 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ST. 
ANDREW-ST. PATRICK-consists of that part 
of the cities of Toronto and York lying 
within the following limits: Commencing 
at the intersection of Yonge Street with 
College Street; thence westerly along 
College Street to Bathurst Street; thence 
northerly along Bathurst Street to Eglinton 
Avenue West; thence westerly along 
Eglinton Avenue West to Allen Road; 
thence northerly along Allen Road to the 
northerly limit of the City of Toronto; 
thence easterly along the said limit to the 
southerly extremity of the course thereon 
oriented in a northerly and southerly 
direction and situated immediately west of 
Proudfoot Avenue; thence southerly along 
the prolongation of the said course in the 
northerly limit of the City of Toronto to 
Briar Hill Avenue; thence easterly along 
Briar Hill Avenue to Castlewood Road; 
thence southerly along Castlewood Road to 
Roselawn Avenue; thence westerly along 
Roselawn Avenue to Latimer Avenue; 
thence southerly along Latimer Avenue to 
Eglinton Avenue West; thence easterly 
along Eglinton Avenue West to Duncannon 
Drive; thence southerly along Duncannon 
Drive and its southerly prolongation to the 
abandoned Canadian National railway line 
situated immediately southwesterly of 
Chaplin Crescent; thence southeasterly 
along the said railway line to Yonge Street; 
thence southerly along Yonge Street to the 
easterly prolongation of Lonsdale Road; 
thence westerly along the said prolongation 
to and along Lonsdale Road to Avenue 
Road; thence southerly along Avenue Road 
to St. Clair Avenue West; thence easterly 
along SL Clair Avenue West to Yonge 
Street; thence southerly along Yonge Street 
to the point of commencement. 



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St. Catharines 



Hon. James Joseph 
Bradley 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ST. 
CATHARINES-consists of that part of the 
City of St. Catharines lying northeriy and 
easterly of a line described as follows: 
Commencing at the intersection of the 
easteriy hmit of the City of St. Catharines 
with the Queen Elizabeth Way; thence 
northwesteriy along the Queen Elizabeth 
Way to Martindale Road; thence northerly 
along Martindale Road to Lakeshore Road 
West; thence westerly along Lakeshore 
Road West to Courtleigh Road; thence 
northerly along Courtleigh Road and its 
northerly prolongation to the northerly 
limit of the City of St. Catharines. 



St. Catharines-Brock Michael Murray Dietsch 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ST. 
CATHARINES-BROCK-consists of the Town 
of Niagara-on-the-Lake and that part of the 
City of St Catharines lying southerly and 
easterly of a line described as follows: 
Commencing at the intersection of the 
easterly limit of the City of St. Catharines 
with the Queen Elizabeth Way; thence 
northwesterly along the Queen Elizabeth 
Way to Twelve Mile Creek; thence 
southerly along Twelve Mile Creek to the 
southerly limit of the City of St. 
Catharines. 



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St. George-SL David Hon. Ian G. Scott 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF ST. GEORGE- 
ST. DAVID-consists of that part of the City 
of Toronto lying within the following 
limits: Commencing at the intersection of 
Carlton Street with Yonge Street; thence 
northerly along Yonge Street to St. Clair 
Avenue West; thence westerly along St. 
Clair Avenue West to Avenue Road; thence 
northerly along Avenue Road to Lonsdale 
Road; thence easterly along Lonsdale Road 
and its easterly prolongation to Yonge 
Street; thence southerly along Yonge Street 
to the southerly limit of Mount Pleasant 
Cemetery; thence easterly along the said 
limit to Uie westerly limit of the Borough 
of East York; thence southerly and easterly 
along the westerly and southerly limits of 
the said borough to the Don River; thence 
southerly along the Don River to the 
northerly side of the Keating Channel; 
thence westerly along the said northerly side 
to the water's edge of Inner Harbour; thence 
westerly along the said water's edge to the 
southerly prolongation of Sherboume 
Street; thence northerly along the said 
prolongation to and along 
Sherboume Street to Carlton Street; thence 
westerly along Carlton Street to the point 
of commencement 



Samia 



Andrew S. Brandt PC THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SARNflA- 

consists of the City of Samia, the Village 
of Point Edward, tfiat part of the Township 
of Samia lying westerly of Modeland Road 
and northerly of Confederation Street, and 
Indian Reserve No. 45. 



Interim Leader of the Ontario Progressive 
Conservative Party. 



Sault Ste. Marie 



Karl Avid Morin-Strom NDP 



Leader of the Third Party. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTTUCT OF SAULT STE. 
MARIE-consists of the City of Sault Ste. 
Marie. 



Scarborough- Agincourt 



Hon. Gerald Leonard 
Phillips 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 
SCARBOROUGH- AGINCOURT-consists of 
that part of the City of Scarborough lying 
northerly of the Macdonald-Cartier Freeway 
and westerly of the Canadian National 
railway line situated immediately east of 
Kennedy Road. 



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Scarborough Centre 



Cynthia Maria "Cindy" 
Nicholas 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 
SCARBOROUGH CENTRE-consists of that 
part of the City of Scarborough lying 
within the following limits: Commencing 
at the intersection of Lawrence Avenue East 
and Maiicham Road; thence southerly along 
Markham Road and its southerly 
prolongation to the southerly limit of the 
City of Scarborough; thence westerly along 
the said limit to the southerly prolongation 
of Wynnview Court; thence northerly along 
the said prolongation to and along 
Wynnview Court to the northerly extremity 
thereof; thence northerly in a straight line 
to the southerly extremity of Kennedy 
Road; thence northerly along Kennedy Road 
to Eglinton Avenue East; thence easterly 
along Eglinton Avenue East to the 
Canadian National railway line situated 
immediately west of Midland Avenue; 
thence northerly along the said railway line 
to Lawrence Avenue East; thence easterly 
along Lawrence Avenue East to the point of 
commencement 



Scarborough East 



Hon. Edward A. Fulton 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OP 
SCARBOROUGH EAST-consists of that part 
of the City of Scarborough lying within the 
following limits: Commencing at the 
intersection of Markham Road with 
Lawrence Avenue East; thence easterly 
along Lawrence Avenue East to West 
Highland Creek; thence northerly along 
West Highland Creek to Highland Creek; 
thence northwesterly along Highland Creek 
to an unnamed creek immediately west of 
the westerly extremity of Silversand Place; 
thence northerly along the said unnamed 
creek to the Macdonald-Cartier Freeway; 
thence easterly along the Macdonald-Cartier 
Freeway to the easterly limit of the City of 
Scarborough; thence southerly along the 
said limit to the southeasterly comer of the 
said city; thence westerly along the 
southerly limit of the said city to the 
southerly prolongation of Markham Road; 
thence northerly along the said prolongation 
to and along Markham Road to the point of 
commencement. 



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Scarborough-EUesmere Frank J. Faubert 



Scarborough North Hon. Alvin Frederick 

Curling 



L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OT 

SCARBOROUGH-ELLESMERE-consists of 
that part of the City of Scarborough lying 
within the following limits: Commencing 
at the intersection of the Macdonald-Cartier 
Freeway with Victoria Park Avenue; thence 
southerly along Victoria Park Avenue to 
Lawrence Avenue East; thence easterly 
along Lawrence Avenue East to West 
Highland Creek; thence northerly along 
West Highland Creek to Highland Creek; 
thence northerly along Highland Creek to 
an unnamed creek immediately west of the 
westerly extremity of Silversand Place; 
thence northerly along the said unnamed 
creek to the Macdonald-Cartier Freeway; 
thence westerly along the Macdonald-Cartier 
Freeway to the point of commencement. 

L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 

SCARBOROUGH NORTH-consists of that 
part of the City of Scarborough lying 
northerly and easterly of a line described as 
follows: Commencing at the intersection of 
the easterly limit of the City of 
Scarborough with the Macdonald-Cartier 
Freeway; thence westerly along the 
Macdonald-Cartier Freeway to the Canadian 
National railway line situated immediately 
east of Kennedy Road; thence northerly 
along the said railway line to the northerly 
limit of the City of Scarborough. 



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Scarborough West 



Richard Frank Johnston NDP 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 
SCARBOROUGH WEST-consists of that part 
of the City of Scarborough lying within the 
following limits: Commencing at the 
intersection of the westerly limit of the 
City of Scarborough with Lawrence Avenue 
East; thence easterly along Lawrence 
Avenue East to the Canadian National 
railway Une; thence southerly along the said 
railway line to Eglinton Avenue East; 
thence westerly along Eglinton Avenue 
East to Kennedy Road; thence southerly 
along Kennedy Road to the southerly 
extremity thereof; thence southerly in a 
straight line to the northerly extremity of 
Wynnview Court; thence southerly along 
Wynnview Court and its southerly 
prolongation to the southerly limit of the 
City of Scarborough; thence westerly along 
the said limit to the southwesterly comer of 
the said city; thence northerly along the 
westerly limit of the said city to the point 
of commencement. 



Resigned, Aug. 24, 1990. 



Simcoe Centre 



Simcoe East 



Bruce Owen 



Allan Kenneth McLean 



L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SIMCOE 
CENTRE-consists of the City of Barrie, the 
Town of Bradford, and the townships of 
Innisfil, Vespra and West Gwillimbury. 

PC THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SIMCOE 
EAST-consists of the City of Orillia, the 
Town of Penetanguishene, the villages of 
Coldwater and Elmvale, the townships of 
Flos, Mara, Medonte, Orillia, Oro, Rama 
and Tiny, and Indian reserves No. 30 and 
No. 32. 



Simcoe West 



George R. McCague 



P C THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SIMCOE 
WEST-consists of the towns of Alliston, 
CoUingwood, Stayner, and Wasaga Beach, 
the villages of Beeton, Cookstown, 
Creemore and Tottenham, and the 
townships of Adjala, Essa, Nottawasaga, 
Sunnidale, Tecumseth and Tosorontio. 



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Stormont, Dundas & Noble VUleneuve PC THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF STORMONT, 

Glengarry DUNDAS ANfD GLENGARRY-consists of the 

towns of Alexandria and Kemptville, the 
villages of Cardinal and Chesterville, 
Finch, Iroquois, Lancaster, Maxville, 
Morrisburg and Winchester, and the 
townships of Edwardsburgh, Finch, 
Kenyon, Lancaster, Lochiel, Matilda, 
Mountain, Osnabruck, Oxford-on-Rideau, 
Roxborough, South Gower, Williamsburgh 
and Winchester. 

Sudbury SterUng Campbell L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SUDBURY- 

consists of that part of the City of Sudbury 
lying within wards 1,4,5,6,7 and 8 and that 
part of wards 2 and 3 lying southerly of 
Lasalle Boulevard. 



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Sudbury East Shelley Dawn Marie NDP THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF SUDBURY 

Martel EAST-consists of that part of the Territorial 

District of Sudbury lying within the 
following limits: Commencing at the 
southeast comer of the geographic 
Township of Janes; thence westerly along 
the south boundary of the geographic 
townships of Janes, Davis and Scadding to 
the easterly limit of the Town of Nickel 
Centre; thence northerly and westerly along 
the limits of the Town of Nickel Centre to 
the easterly limit of the Town of Capreol; 
thence northerly, westerly, northerly and 
southerly along the limits of the Town of 
Capreol to the northerly limit of the Town 
of Valley East; thence westerly, southerly, 
easterly and southerly along the limits of 
the Town of Valley East to the northwest 
comer of the City of Sudbury; thence 
easterly along the northerly limit of the 
City of Sudbury to the northeast comer of 
Ward 4; thence southerly along the easterly 
limit of Ward 4 to Lasalle Boulevard; 
thence easterly along Lasalle Boulevard to 
the easterly limit of the City of Sudbury; 
thence southerly along the said limit to the 
northeast comer of Ward 9; thence westerly 
along the north limit of Ward 9 to the 
westerly Umit of the City of Sudbury; 
thence southerly along the westerly limit of 
the City of Sudbury to the southwest comer 
thereof; thence easterly along the southerly 
limit of the City of Sudbury to the west 
boundary of the geographic Township of 
Tilton; thence southerly along the west 
boundary of the geographic townships of 
Tilton, Halifax, Attlee, Kilpatrick and 
Travers to the boundary between the 
territorial districts of Sudbury and Parry 
Sound; thence easteriy along the said 
boundary to the boundary between the 
territorial districts of Sudbury and 
Nipissing; thence westerly and northerly 
along the said boundary to the point of 
commencement. 



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Timiskaming 



Hon. David James 
Ramsay 



Victoria-Haliburton 



Waterloo North 



Hon. John F. Eakins 



Herbert Arnold Epp 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 
TIMISKAMING-consists of the Territorial 
District of Timiskaming and that part of the 
Territorial District of Nipissing lying 
northerly of a line described as follows: 
Commencing at the intersection of the 
Interprovincial Boundary between Ontario 
and Quebec with the easterly prolongation 
of the south boundary of the geographic 
Township of Eddy; thence westerly along 
the said prolongation to and along the south 
boundary of the geographic Township of 
Eddy and of the geographic townships of 
Jocko, Lockhart, Stewart, Notman, Lyman, 
Fell, Bastedo, Gibbons and Crerar to the 
southwest comer of the last mentioned 
township. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF VICTORIA- 
HALIBURTON-consists consists of the 
counties of Haliburton and Victoria but 
excluding the Township of Manvers. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF WATERLOO 
NORTH-consists of the City of Waterloo 
and the townships of Wellesley and 
Woolwich. 



Welland-Thorold 



Melvin Leroy Swart 



NDP THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF WELLAND- 
THOROLD-consists of the cities of Thorold 
and Welland. 



Welland-Thorold 



Wellington 



Wentworth East 



Peter Kormos 



John McLellan "Jack'' 
Johnson 



Shirley Jean Collins 



Resigned, June 30, 1988. 

NDP Elected, Nov. 3, 1988. 

Sworn in, Nov. 15, 1988. 

PC THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 

WELLINGTON-consists consists of the 
County of Wellington but excluding the 
City of Guelph. 

L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 

WENTWORTH EAST-consists of the 
Township of Glanbrook, the City of 
Stoney Creek and that part of the City of 
Hamilton lying within the following 
limits: Commencing at the intersection of 
the easteriy limit of the City of Hamilton 
with the brow of Hamilton Mountain; 
thence southwesterly along the said brow to 
Redhill Creek; thence northerly along 
Redhill Creek to Queenston Road; thence 
easteriy along Queenston Road to the 
easteriy limit of the City of Hamilton; 
thence southeriy along the said limit to the 
point of commencement. 



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Wentworth North 



Willowdale 



Hon. Christopher 
Campbell Ward 



Gino Matrundola 



Wilson Heights 



Hon. Monte Kwinter 



L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 

WENTWORTH NORTH-consists of the towns 
of Ancaster and Dundas and the Township 
of Ramborough. 

L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 

WILLOWDALE-consists of that part of the 
City of North York lying within the 
following limits: Commencing at the 
intersection of Yonge Street with the 
northerly hmit of the City of North York; 
thence easterly along the said limit to 
Leslie Street; thence southerly along Leslie 
Street to the Macdonald-Cartier Freeway; 
thence westerly along the Macdonald-Cartier 
Freeway to Bathurst Street; thence northerly 
along Bathurst Street to Finch Avenue 
West; thence easterly along Finch Avenue 
West to Yonge Street; thence northerly 
along Yonge Street to the point of 
commencement 

L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF WILSON 

HEIGHTS-consists of that part of the City of 
North York lying within the following 
limits: Commencing at the intersection of 
Dufferin Street with the northerly limit of 
the City of North York; thence easterly 
along the said limit to Yonge Street; thence 
southerly along Yonge Street to Finch 
Avenue West; thence westerly along Finch 
Avenue West to Bathurst Street; thence 
southerly along Bathurst Street to the 
Macdonald-CartiCT Freeway; thence easterly 
along the Macdonald-Cartier Freeway to 
Avenue Road; thence southerly along 
Avenue Road to the westerly prolongation 
of the course in the southerly limit of the 
City of North York oriented in an easterly 
and westerly direction and situated 
immediately south of Brooke Avenue; 
thence easterly along the said prolongation 
to the southerly limit of the City of North 
York; thence southerly along the said limit 
to Old Orchard Grove; thence westerly 
along Old Orchard Grove to Bathurst Street; 
thence northerly along Bathurst Street to 
Baycrest Avenue; thence westerly along 
Baycrest Avenue and its westerly 
prolongation to Allen Road; thence 
northerly along Allen Road to Dufferin 
Street; thence northerly along Dufferin 
Street to the point of commencement. 



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Alphabetical List of Constituencies - 34th Legislature (Continued) 



Windsor-Riverside 



David Cooke 



NDP THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF WINDSOR- 
RIVERSIDE-consists of the Town of 
Tecumseh, the Village of St. Clair Beach 
and that part of the City of Windsor 
(Including Peche Island) lying easterly of a 
hne described as follows: Commencing at 
the intersection of the International 
Boundary between Canada and the United 
States of America with the northerly 
prolongation of Buckingham Drive; thence 
southerly along the said prolongation to and 
along Buckingham Drive to Wyandotte 
Street East; thence westerly along 
Wyandotte Street East to Raymo Road; 
thence southerly along Raymo Road and its 
southerly prolongation to the Canadian 
National railway line; thence westerly along 
the said railway line to the northerly 
prolongation of Norman Road; thence 
southerly along the said prolongation to and 
along Norman Road to Tecumseh Road 
East; thence westerly along Tecumseh Road 
East to the Chesapeake and Ohio railway 
line; thence southerly along the said railway 
line to the southerly limit of the City of 
Windsor. 



Windsor-Sandwich 



Hon. William Munro 
Wrye 



L THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF WINDSOR- 
SANDWICH-consists of the Township of 
Sandwich West and that part of the City of 
Windsor lying westerly of a line described 
as follows: Commencing at the intersection 
of the southerly limit of the City of 
Windsor with Cabana Road West; thence 
easterly along Cabana Road West to 
Dougall Avenue; thence northerly along 
Dougall Avenue to Ouellette Place; thence 
northerly along Ouellette Place to Ouellette 
Avenue; thence northerly along Ouellette 
Avenue and its northerly prolongation to 
the International Boundary between Canada 
and the United States of America. 



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Windsor- Walkerville Michael Charles Ray 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF WINDSOR- 
WALKERVILLE-consists of that part of the 
City of Windsor lying within the following 
limits: Commencing at the intersection of 
the International Boundary between Canada 
and the United States of America with the 
northerly prolongation of Ouellette Avenue; 
thence southerly along the said 
prolongation to and along Ouellette Avenue 
to Ouellette Place; thence southerly along 
Ouellette Place to Dougall Avenue; thence 
southerly along Dougall Avenue to Cabana 
Road West; thence westerly along Cabana 
Road West to the southerly limit of the 
City of Windsor; thence easterly along the 
said limit to the Chesapeake and Ohio 
railway line; thence northerly along the said 
railway line to Tecumseh Road East; thence 
easterly along Tecumseh Road East to 
Norman Road; thence northerly along 
Norman Road and its northerly 
prolongation to the Canadian National 
railway line; thence easterly along the said 
railway line to the southerly prolongation 
of Raymo Road; thence northerly along the 
said prolongation to and along Raymo Road 
to Wyandotte Street East; thence easterly 
along Wyandotte Street East to 
Buckingham Drive; thence northerly along 
Buckingham Drive and its northerly 
prolongation to the International Boundary 
between Canada and the United States of 
America; thence westerly along the said 
International Boundary to the point of 
commencement. 



York Centre 



Hon. Gregory Sorbara 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF YORK 
CENTRE-consists of the towns of Richmond 
Hill and Vaughan. 



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York East 



Hon. Christine Hart 



York Mills 



John Bradford "Brad" 
Nixon 



Yoik North 



Hon. Charles John 
McWatersBeer 



THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF YORK EAST - 
consists of that part of the Borough of East 
York lying within the following limits: 
Commencing at the intersection of 
Chisholm Avenue with the southerly limit 
of the Borough of East York; thence 
westerly, northerly, easterly and 
southeasterly along the southerly, westerly 
and northerly limits of the said borough to 
Don Mills Road; thence southerly along 
Don Mills Road to the Don River; thence 
easterly along the Don River to Taylor 
Creek; thence southeasterly along Taylor 
Creek to the northerly prolongation of 
Chisholm Avenue; thence southerly along 
the said prolongation to and along 
Chisholm Avenue to the point of 
commencement. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF YORK 
MILLS-consists of that part of the City of 
North York lying within the following 
limits: Commencing at the intersection of 
Avenue Road with the Macdonald-Cartier 
Freeway; thence easterly along the 
Macdonald-Cartier Freeway to the easterly 
limit of the City of North York; thence 
southerly along the said Umit to Lawrence 
Avenue East; thence westerly along 
Lawrence Avenue East and its westerly 
prolongation to Don River West Branch; 
thence northwesterly along the Don River 
West Branch to the easterly prolongation of 
the course in the southerly limit of the City 
of North York oriented in an easterly and 
westeriy direction and situated immediately 
north of Glen Echo Road; thence westerly 
along the said prolongation to and along the 
southerly limit of the City of North York 
to the westerly extremity of the course 
thereon oriented in an easterly and westerly 
direction and situated immediately south of 
Brooke Avenue; thence westerly along the 
prolongation of the said course to Avenue 
Road; thence northerly along Avenue Road 
to the point of commencement. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF YORK 
NORTH-consists of the towns of Aurora and 
Newmarket and the Township of King. 



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York South 



Robert Keith Rae NDP THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF YORK 

SOUTH-consists of that part of the City of 
York lying westerly of a line described as 
follows: Commencing at the intersection of 
the southerly limit of the City of York 
with the Canadian National railway line 
situated immediately east of Blackthorn 
Avenue; thence northerly along the said 
railway line to Eglinton Avenue West; 
thence westerly along Eglinton Avenue 
West to Keele Street; thence northerly 
along Keele Street to the northerly limit of 
the City of York. 



Ontario New Democratic Party Leader. 



Yorkview 



Claudio Polsinelli 



Leader of the Official Opposition. 

THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF YORKVIEW- 
consists of that part of the City of North 
York lying within the following limits: 
Commencing at the intersection of Black 
Creek with the northerly limit of the City 
of North York; thence westerly and 
southerly along the northerly and westerly 
limits of the City of North York to the 
Macdonald-Cartier Freeway; thence easterly 
along the Macdonald-Cartier Freeway to 
Jane Street; thence northerly along Jane 
Su^eet to Finch Avenue West; thence 
easterly along Finch Avenue West to Black 
Creek; thence northerly along Black Creek 
to the point of commencement. 



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Legislative Highlights 

35th Legislature 
November 19, 1990- 



• September 6, 1990: Premier David Peterson, MPP, London Centre, 
lost his seat in the General Election and subsequently resigned as 
Leader of the Ontario Liberal Party. 

• October 1, 1990: Bob Rae, MPP, York South, and Leader of the New 
Democratic Party, became Premier and formed the first Ontario NDP 
Government. 

• September 13, 1990: Robert Nixon, MPP, Brant-Haldimand, was 
elected Interim Leader of the Liberal Party. 

• November 19, 1990: New Democrat David Warner, MPP, 
Scarborough-EUesmere, became the first Speaker of the Ontario 
Legislative Assembly to be elected by the House. (Other nominees: 
Gillies Morin, Liberal MPP, Carleton East, Jean Poirier, Liberal MPP, 
Prescott-Russell, and Norman Sterling, Progressive Conservative 
MPP, Carleton). 

• July 31, 1991: Robert Nixon resigned his seat and was succeeded 

as Interim Leader of the Liberal Party by Murray Elston, MPP, Bruce. 

• November 15, 1991: Murray Elston resigned as Interim Liberal Leader 
of the Liberal Party and was succeeded by Jim Bradley, MPP, St. 
Catharines. 



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LEGISLATURES OF ONTARIO 
35th Legislature 

General Election September 6, 1990 
Sessions of the Thirty-fifth Legislature of Ontario: November 19, 1990 - 

First: November 19, 1990 - December 19, 1991. 



Members 



Alphabetical List of Members 
Party Constituency Sworn In Comments 



Abel, Don 



NDP Wentworth North 



Akande, Hon. Zanana L. NDP St. Andrew-St. 

Patrick 



Allen, Hon. Richard NDP Hamilton West 



Amott,Ted 

Beer, Charles John 
McWaters 



Bisson, Gilles 



PC Wellington 
L Yoric North 



Nov. 19, 1990 Government Whip, 
Nov. 7, 1990. 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19, 1990 
Nov. 19, 1990 



NDP Cochrane South Nov. 19, 1990 



Minister of Community and 
Social Services, Oct 1, 1990- 
Oct. 10, 1991. 

Resigned as Minister of 
Community and Social Services, 
Oct. 10, 1991, foUowing a 
landlord and tenant dispute. 

Minister of Colleges and 
Universities and Minister of 
Skills Development, 
Oct. 1, 1990- . 



Candidate for Ontario Liberal 
Party Leadership, to be 
determined at the Leadership 
Convention in Hamilton, 
Feb. 7-8, 1992. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Mines and to the 
Minister Responsible for 
Francophone Affairs and the 
Minister of Northern 
Development, Oct. 12, 1990- 
Aug. 16, 1991. 

ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Northern 
Development and Mines and to 
the Minister Responsible for 
Francophone Affairs, 
Aug. 16, 199 1-. 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 35th Legislature (Continued) 



Boyd, Hon. Marion 



NDP London Centre 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Bradley, James Joseph 



Brown, Michael Arthur 
Buchanan, Hon. Elmer 

Callahan, Robert V. 
Caplan, Elinor 
Carr, Gary 
Carter, Hon. Jenny 



Charlton, Hon. Brian 
Albert 



St. Catharines 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Minister of Education, 
Oct. 1, 1990-Oct. 15, 1991. 

Minister Responsible for 
Women's Issues, Sept. 11, 1991- 
Oct. 15, 1991. (Retains other 
portfolio.) 

Minister of Community and 
Social Services and Minister 
Responsible for Women's Issues, 
Oct 15, 1991 (Shuffle)-. 

Elected Interim Leader of the 
Ontario Liberal Party, Nov. 19, 
1991, in room of Murray Elston, 
MPP, Bruce, who resigned to 
seek the permanent leadership of 
the Ontario Liberal Party. 

Recognized as Leader of Her 
Majesty's Loyal Opposition, 
Nov. 19, 1991. 



Algoma-Manitoulin Nov. 19, 1990 



NDP Hastings- 
Peterborough 

L Brampton South 

L Oriole 

PC Oakville South 

NDP Peterborough 



Nov. 19, 1990 Minister of Agriculture and Food, 
Oct. 1, 1990-. 

Nov. 19, 1990 

Nov. 19, 1990 

Nov. 19, 1990 

Nov. 19, 1990 Minister of Energy, Oct. 1, 1990- 
July 31, 1991. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Citizenship, 
Responsible for the Human 
Rights Commission, the 
Disabled, Seniors and Race 
Relations, Aug. 16, 199 1-. 



NDP Hamilton Mountain Nov. 19, 1990 Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Energy, 
Oct. 12, 1990-Mar. 18. 1991. 

Minister of Financial Institutions 
and Minister Responsible for 
Auto Insurance, Mar. 18, 1991-. 



Chiarelli, Bob 



Ottawa West 



Nov. 19, 1990 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 35th Legislature (Continued) 



Christopherson, David NfDP Hamilton Centre Nov. 19, 1990 



Churley, Hon. Marilyn NDP Riverdale 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Cleary, John C. 
Conway, Sean Gerard 
Cooke, Hon. David 



Cooper, Mike 
Coppen, Hon. Shirley 

Cordiano, Joseph 
Cousens, W. Donald 
Cunningham, Dianne E. 
Curling, Alvin Frederick 
Dadamo, George 

Daigeler, Hans W. 
Drainville, Dennis 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Treasurer of Ontario and Minister 
of Economics, Oct. 12, 1990-. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of the Environment, 
Oct. 12, 1990-Mar. 18, 1991. 

Minister of Consumer and 
Commercial Relations, 
Mar. 18, 1991-. 



L Cornwall Nov. 19, 1990 

L Renfrew North Nov. 19, 1990 

NDP Windsor-Riverside Nov. 19, 1990 



NDP Kitchener-Wihnot Nov. 19, 1990 
NDP Niagara South Nov. 19, 1990 



Minister of Housing and 
Minister of Municipal Affairs, 
Oct. 1, 1990-July 31, 1991. 

Minister of Municipal Affairs and 
Government House Leader, 
July 31, 1991 (Shuffle)-. 



Minister Without Portfolio and 
Chief Government Whip, 
Oct. 1, 1990-. 



L Lawrence 
PC Markham 
PC London North 



Nov. 19, 1990 
Nov. 19, 1990 
Nov. 19, 1990 



L Scarborough North Nov. 19, 1990 

NDP Windsor-Sandwich Nov. 19, 1990 

L Nepean Nov. 19, 1990 

NDP Victoria-Haliburton Nov. 19, 1990 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Transportation, 
Oct. 12, 1990-. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of (Citizenship 
Responsible for the Ontario 
Human Rights Commission, the 
Disabled, Seniors and Race 
Relations, Oct. 12, 1990- 
Aug. 16, 1991. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Municipal Affairs, 
Aug. 16, 1991-. 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 35th Legislature (Continued) 



Duignan, Noel 
Elston, Murray John 



NDP Halton North 
L Bruce 



Nov. 19, 1990 
Nov. 19, 1990 



Eves, Ernie L. 

Faman, Hon. Michael 
Liam 



Fawcett, Joan M. 



PC Parry Sound 
NDP Cambridge 



Northumberland 



Ferguson, Hon. William NDP Kitchener 
A. 



Retcher, Derek 



NDP Guelph 



Frankford, Robert T.S. NDP Scarborough East 



Elected Interim Leader of the 
Ontario Liberal Party, July 29, 
1991, in room of Robert Nixon, 
MPP, Brant-Haldimand, who 
resigned as Leader and Member, 
July 31, 1991, on being 
appointed Ontario's Agent- 
General in London, EnglaiKL 

Recognized as Leader of Her 
Majesty's Loyal Opposition, 
SepL 23, 1991. 

Resigned as Interim Leader of the 
Ontario Liberal Party, Nov. 15, 
1991, to seek the permanent 
leadership of the Ontario Liberal 
Party, to be determined at the 
Leadership Convention in 
Hamilton, Feb. 7-8, 1992. 



Minister of Correctional Services 
and Solicitor General and 
Minister Responsible for the 
Anti-Drug Strategy, 
Oct. 1, 1990-July 31, 199L 



Nov. 19, 1990 

Nov. 19, 1990 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Municipal Affairs, 
Oct. 12, 1990-July 31, 199L 

Minister of Energy, 
July 31, 1991-. 

Nov. 19, 1990 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Consumer and 
Commercial Relations, 
Oct. 12, 1990-. 

Nov. 19, 1990 ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Health, 
Oct. 12, 1990-May 8, 1991. 



Nov. 19, 1990 
Nov. 19, 1990 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 35th Legislature (Continued) 



Gigantes, Hon. Evelyn NDP Ottawa Centre 
Adelaide 



Grandmaitre, BoTiard 
Charles 



L Ottawa East 



Grier, Hon. Ruth Anna NDP Etobicoke- 

Lakeshore 



Haeck, Christel 



NDP St. Catharines- 
Brock 



Hampton, Hon. Howard NDP Rainy River 
George 

Hansen, Ron NDP Lincob 

Hamick, Charles A. PC Willowdale 

Harrington, Margaret NDP Niagara Falls 

Harris, Michael Deane PC Nipissing 



Nov. 19, 1990 Minister of Health, Oct. 1, 1990- 
Apr. 18, 1991. 

Resigned as Minister of Health, 
Apr. 18, 1991, after revealing the 
name of a drug addict in the 
Legislature. No charges were laid. 



Minister of Housing, 
July 31, 1991 -. 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19, 1990 Minister of the Environment and 
Minister Responsible for the 
Greater Toronto Area (GTA), 
Oct. 1, 1990-. 

Minister Responsible for 
Waterfront Development. 

Nov. 19, 1990 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Colleges and 
Universities, Oct. 12, 1990- 
Aug. 16, 1991. 

Nov. 19, 1990 Attorney General, Oct. 1, 1990-. 



Nov. 19, 1990 

Nov. 19, 1990 

Nov. 19, 1990 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Housing, 
Oct. 12, 1990-. 

Nov. 19, 1990 Leader of the Ontario Progressive 
Conservative Party. 

Leader of the Third Party. 



Haslam, Hon. Karen NDP Perth 



Hayes, Patrick Michael NDP Essex-Kent 



Nov. 19, 1990 Minister of Culture and 
Communications, 
July 31, 1991-. 

Nov. 19, 1990 Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Agriculture and Food 
(Agriculture), Oct. 12, 1990-. 



Henderson, D. James L Etobicoke-Humber Nov. 19, 1990 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 35th Legislature (Continued) 



Hope, Randy 

Huget, Bob 

Jackson, Cameron D. 
Jamison, Norm 



Johnson, Paul 



Jordan, W. Leo 
Klopp, Paul 

Kormos, Hon. Peter 



NDP Chatham-Kent 

NDP Samia 

PC Burlington South 

NDP Norfolk 



L Prince Edward- 
Lennox-South 
Hastings 



PC Lanark-Renfrew 
NDP Huron 



Nov. 19, 1990 

Nov. 19, 1990 

Nov. 19, 1990 
Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19, 1990 
Nov. 19, 1990 



NDP Welland-Thorold Nov. 19, 1990 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Community and 
Social Services, Oct. 12, 1990-. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Energy, 
Apr. 3, 1991-. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Industry, Trade and 
Technology, Oct. 12, 1990- 
Aug. 16, 1991. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Industry, Trade and 
Technology (Small Business), 
Aug. 16, 1991-. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Chairman of the Management 
Board of Cabinet, Oct. 12, 1990- 
Aug. 16, 1991. 

ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Revenue, 
Aug. 16, 1991-. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Agriculture and Food 
(Food), Oct. 12, 1990-. 

Minister of Consumer and 
Commercial Relations and 
Minister of Financial 
Institutions, Oct. 1, 1990- 
Mar. 11, 1991. 

Relieved of his duties as Minister 

of Consumer and Commercial 

Relations and Minister of 

Financial 

Institutions, Mar. 11, 1991. 



Kwinter, Monte 



Wilson Heights 



Nov. 19, 1990 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 35th Legislature (Continued) 



Lankin, Hon. Frances 



NDP Beaches- Woodbine Nov. 19, 1990 



Laughren, Hon. Hoyd NDP Nickel Belt 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Lessard, Wayne 



NDP Windsor-Walkerville Nov. 19, 1990 



Mackenzie, Hon. Robert 
Warren 

MacKinnon, Ellen 

Mahoney, Steven W. 



NDP Hamilton East 



NDP Lambton 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Mississauga West Nov. 19, 1990 



Malkowski, Gary 



NDP Yo± East 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Mammoliti, George 



NDP Yoikview 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Chairman of the Management 
Board of Cabinet and Minister of 
Government Services, 
Oct. 1, 1990- Apr. 22, 1991. 

Chairman of the Management 
Board of Cabinet and Minister of 
Health, Apr. 22, 1991 (Shuffle)- 
July 31, 1991. 

Minister of Health and Minister 
Responsible for Anti-Drug 
Secretariat, July 31, 1991 
(Shuffle)-. 

Minister of Health and 
Responsible for Long Term Care 
Initiatives (a Program within the 
Ministry of Community and 
Social Services), Oct. 15, 1991-. 

Deputy Premier, Treasurer of 
Ontario and Minister of 
Economics, Oct. 1, 1990-. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Financial 
Institutions, Oct. 12, 1990- 
Aug. 16, 1991. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Colleges and 
Universities, Aug. 16, 199 1-. 

Minister of Labour, 
Oct. 1, 1990-. 



Candidate for Ontario Liberal 
Party Leadership, to be 
determined at the Leadership 
Convention in Hamilton, 
Feb. 7-8, 1992. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Citizenship 
Responsible for the Ontario 
Human Rights Commission, the 
Disabled, Seniors and Race 
Relations, Oct. 12, 1990-. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister Responsible for Anti- 
Drug Strategy, Oct. 12, 1990-. 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 35th Legislature (Continued) 



Mancini, Remo J. L Essex South 

Marchese, Hon. Rosario NDP Fort York 



Nov. 19, 1990 
Nov. 19, 1990 



Marland, Margaret 

Martel, Hon. Shelley 
Dawn Marie 



Martin, Tony 



Mathyssen, Irene 



McClelland, Carman 
John 



PC Mississauga South 
NDP Sudbury East 



NDP Sault Ste. Marie 



NDP Middlesex 



McGuinty, Dal ton J. P. L Ottawa South 

McLean, Allan Kenneth PC Simcoe East 
McLeod, Lyn L Fort William 



Miclash, Frank Ranover L Kenora 
Mills, Gord NDP Durham East 



Nov. 19, 1990 
Nov. 19, 1990 



Minister of Culture and 
Communications, Oct. 1, 1990- 
July31, 1991. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Premier and to the Minister of 
Intergovernmental Affairs, 
Aug. 16. 1991-. 



Minister of Northern 
Development and 
Government House Leader, 
Oct. 1, 1990-July 31, 1991. 

Minister of Northern 
Development and Mines, 
July 31, 1991 (Shuffle)-. 

In Dec. 1991, a legislative 
committee was struck to probe 
her disclosure of information 
from a Sudbury physician's files. 



Nov. 19, 1990 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Education, 
Oct. 12. 1990-. 

Nov. 19, 1990 Government Whip, 
Nov. 7, 1990- 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Environment, 
Apr. 3, 199 1-. 



Brampton North Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19, 1990 
Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Candidate for Ontario Liberal 
Party Leadership, to be 
determined at the Leadership 
Convention in Hamilton, 
Feb. 7-8. 1992. 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19. 1990 Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Solicitor General, Oct. 12, 1990- 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 35th Legislature (Continued) 



Morin, Gilles E. 



Carleton East 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Morrow, Mark 
Murdoch, Bill 
Murdock, Sharon 

Nixon, Robert Fletcher 



North, Hon. Peter 
O'Connor, Larry 

Offer, Steven 
O'Neil, Hugh Patrick 
O'Neill, Yvonne 
Owens, Steve 



NDP Wentworth East 

PC Grey 

NDP Sudbury 

L Brant-Haldimand 



NDP Elgin 



NDP Durham- York 



Candidate for Speaker of the 
Ontario Legislative Assembly, 
Nov. 19, 1990. 

Deputy Speaker and 

Chair of the Committee of the 

Whole House. 



Nov. 19, 1990 
Nov. 19, 1990 
Nov. 19, 1990 

Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Labour, 
Oct. 12, 1990-. 

Elected Interim Leader of the 
Ontario Liberal Party, 
Sept. 13, 1990, in room of David 
Peterson who resigned following 
the loss of his electoral seat. 

Leader of the Official Opposition. 

Resigned as Interim Leader of the 
Ontario Liberal Party and as 
Member for Brant-Haldimand, 
July 31, 1991, on being 
appointed Ontario's Agent- 
General in London, England. A 
new election was called. 

Minister of Tourism and 
Recreation, Oct 1, 1990-. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister Responsible for the 
Greater Toronto Area (GTA), 
Oct. 12, 1990-. 



L Mississauga North Nov. 19, 1990 

L Quinte Nov. 19, 1990 

L Ottawa-Rideau Nov. 19, 1990 

NDP Scarborough Centre Nov. 19, 1990 



ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Correctional Services, 
May 8, 1991-Aug. 16, 1991. 

ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Financial 
Institutions, Aug. 16, 1991-. 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 35th Legislature (Continued) 



Pemizza, Anthony 



Philip, Hon. Edward 
Thomas 



Phillips, Gerald Leonard 
Pilkey, Hon. Allan C. 



Poirier, Jean 



NDP Downsview Nov. 19, 1990 Parhamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Revenue, 
Oct. 12, 1990-Aug. 16, 1991. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Skills Development, 
Aug. 16, 199 1-. 

NDP Etobicoke-Rexdale Nov. 19, 1990 Minister of Transportation, 

Oct. 1, 1990-July 31. 1991. 

Minister of Industry, Trade and 
Technology, July 31, 1991 
(Shuffle)-. 



Scarborough- 
Agincourt 



NDP Oshawa 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19, 1990 Minister of Industry, Trade and 
Technology, Oct. 1, 1990- 
July 31, 1991. 

Minister of Correctional Services 
and Solicitor General, 
July 31, 1991 (Shuffle)-. 



Prescott & Russell Nov. 19, 1990 Candidate for Speaker of the 

Ontario Legislative Assembly, 
Nov. 19, 1990. 



Poole, Dianne L Eglinton 

Pouliot, Hon. Gilles NDP Lake Nipigon 



Rae, Hon. Robert Keith NDP York South 



Ramsay, David James L Timiskaming 



Nov. 19, 1990 
Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19. 1990 



Minister of Mines and 
Minister Responsible for 
Francophone Affairs, 
Oct. 1, 1990-July 31, 1991. 

Minister of Transportation and 
Minister Responsible for 
Francophone Affairs, 
July 31, 1991 (Shuffle)-. 

Premier and President of the 
Council and Minister of 
Intergovernmental Affairs, 
Oct. 1, 1990-. 

Candidate for Ontario Liberal 
Party Leadership, to be 
determined at the Leadership 
Convention in Hamilton, 
Feb. 7-8, 1992. 



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Alphabetical List of Members - 35th Legislature (Continued) 



Rizzo, Tony 



Oakwood 



Nov. 19, 1990 Elected as NDP candidate. 

Resigned from caucus Oct. 19, 
1990. 



Runciman, Robert 
William 



PC Leeds-Grenville 



Ruprecht, Antony M. L Parkdale 

'Tony" 



Scott, Ian G. 



L St. George-St. 
David 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Silipo, Hon. Antonio V. NDP Dovercourt 
G. 'Tony" 



Nov. 19, 1990 Chairman of the Management 

Board of Cabinet, July 31, 1991- 
Oct. 15, 1991. 









Chairman of the Management 
Board of Cabinet and Minister of 
Education, Oct. 15, 1991-. 


Sola, John Domagoj 


L 


Mississauga East 


Nov. 19, 1990 


Sorbara, Gregory 


L 


York Centre 


Nov. 19, 1990 Candidate for Ontario Liberal 



Sterling, Norman 
William 



Stockwell, Chris 
Sullivan, Barbara 
Sutherland, Kimble 



PC Carleton 

PC Etobicoke West 

L Halton Centre 

NDP Oxford 



Swarbrick, Hon. Anne NDP Scarborough West 



Tilson, David 
Tumbull, David 



PC Dufferin-Peel 
PC York Mills 



Party Leadership, to be 
determined at the Leadership 
Convention in Hamilton, 
Feb. 7-8, 1992. 

Nov. 19, 1990 Candidate for Speaker of the 

Ontario Legislative Assembly, 
Nov. 19, 1990. 

Nov. 19, 1990 

Nov. 19, 1990 

Nov. 19, 1990 Parhamentary Assistant to the 
Chairman of the Management 
Board of Cabinet, 
Aug. 16, 1991-. 

Nov. 19, 1990 Minister Without Portfolio, 
Minister Responsible for 
Women's Issues, Oct. 1, 1990- 
Sept. 11, 1991. 

Resigned as Minister Responsible 

for Women's Issues, 

Sept. 11, 1991, due to health 

reasons. 

Nov. 19, 1990 

Nov. 19, 1990 



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Villeneuve, Noble A. 



PC Stormont, Dundas 
& Glengarry 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Constituency name changed to 
S-D-G & East Grenville 
Representation Amendment 
Act, 1991. Statutes of Ontario 
1991 c. 2. 



Ward, Brad 



NDP Brantford 



Ward, Margery 



Wark-Martyn, Hon. 
SheUey 

Warner, Hon. David 
William 



Waters, Dan 



Wessenger, Paul 



White, Drummond 

Wildman, Hon. Charles 
Jackson "Bud" 



Wilson, Hon. Fred 



NDP Don Mills 



NDP Port Arthur 



NDP Scarborough- 
Ellesmere 



NDP Muskoka-Georgian 
Bay 



NDP Simcoe Centre 



NDP Durham Centre 
NDP Algoma 



NDP Frontenac- 

Addington 



Nov. 19, 1990 ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Skills Development, 
Oct. 12, 1990-Aug. 16, 1991. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Industry, Trade and 
Technology (Trade and 
Technology) Aug. 16, 199 1-. 

Nov. 19, 1990 Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Government Services, 
Oct. 12, 1990-. 

Nov. 19, 1990 Minister of Revenue, 
Oct. 1, 1990-. 

Nov. 19, 1990 On Nov. 19, 1990, David 

Warner, MPP, Scarborough- 
EUesmere, was elected Speaker 
and took the Chair. He was the 
first Speaker of the Ontario 
Legislative Assembly to be 
elected by the House. 

Nov. 19, 1990 ParUamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Tourism and 
Recreation, Oct. 12, 1990-. 

Nov. 19, 1990 Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Attorney General, Oct. 12, 1990- 
Aug. 16, 199L 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Health, 
Aug. 16, 1991-. 

Nov. 19, 1990 

Nov. 19, 1990 Minister of Natural Resources and 
Minister Responsible for Native 
Affairs, Oct. 1, 1990-. 

Nov. 19, 1990 Parliamentary Assistant to the 

Minister of Correctional Services, 
Oct. 12, 1990-Apr. 22, 1991. 

Minister of Government Services, 
Apr. 22, 1991-. 



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Wilson, Gary 

Wilson, Jim 
Winninger, David 



Wiseman, Jim 

Witmer, Elizabeth 
Wood,Len 

Ziemba, Hon. Elaine 



NDP Kingston & the 
Islands 



PC Simcoe West 
NDP London South 



NDP Durham West 



PC Waterloo North 



NDP Cochrane North 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19, 1990 
Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Nov. 19, 1990 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Culture and 
Communications, 
Oct. 12, 1990-. 



Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister Responsible for Native 
Affairs, Oct. 12, 1990- 
Aug. 16, 1991. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister Responsible for Native 
Affairs and to the Attorney 
General, Aug. 16, 199 1-. 

Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Correctional Services, 
Aug. 16, 1991-. 



Nov. 19, 1990 Parliamentary Assistant to the 
Minister of Natural Resources, 
Oct. 12, 1990-. 



NDP High Park-Swansea Nov. 19, 1990 



Minister of Citizenship with 
responsibiUty for the Ontario 
Human Rights Commission, the 
Disabled, Seniors and Race 
Relations, Oct. 1, 1990-. 



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Constituency 


Member 


Party 


Algoma 


Hon. Charles Jackson 
"Bud" Wildman 


NDP 


Algoma-Manitoulin 


Michael Arthur Brown 


L 


Beaches-Woodbine 


Hon. Frances Lankin 


NDP 


Brampton North 


Carman John 
McCleUand 


L 


Brampton South 


Robert V. Callahan 


L 


Brantfoid 


Brad Ward 


NDP 


Brant-Haldimand 


Robert Fletcher Nixon 


L 



Bruce 



Murray John Elston 



Interim Leader of the Ontario Liberal Party. 
Leader of the Official Opposition. 

Resigned as Member and hiterim Leader of 
the Ontario Liberal Party, July 31, 1991. 

Interim Leader of the Ontario Liberal Party. 
Leader of the Official Opposition. 

Resigned as Interim Leader of the Ontario 
Liberal Party, Nov. 15, 1991. 



Burlington South 


Cameron D. Jackson 


PC 


Cambridge 


Hon. Michael Liam 
Faman 


NDP 


Carleton 


Norman William 
Sterling 


PC 


Carleton East 


Gilles E. Morin 


L 


Chatham-Kent 


Randy Hope 


NDP 


Cochrane North 


Len Wood 


NDP 


Cochrane South 


Gilles Bisson 


NDP 


Cornwall 


John C. Cleary 


L 


Don Mills 


Margery Ward 


NDP 


Dovercourt 


Hon. Antonio V. G. 
"Tony" Silipo 


NDP 


Downsview 


Anthony Pemiz/a 


NDP 



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Dufferin-Peel 


David Tilson 


PC 


Durham Centre 


Drummond White 


NDP 


Durham East 


Gord Mills 


NDP 


Durham West 


Jim Wiseman 


NDP 


Durham- York 


Larry O'Connor 


NDP 


Eglinton 


Dianne Poole 


L 


Elgin 


Hon. Peter North 


NDP 


Essex-Kent 


Patrick Michael Hayes 


NDP 


Essex South 


Remo J. Mancini 


L 


Etobicoke-Humber 


D. James Henderson 


L 


Etobicoke-Lakeshore 


Hon. Ruth Anna Grier 


NDP 


Etobicoke-Rexdale 


Hon. Edward Thomas 
Philip 


NDP 


Etobicoke West 


Chris StockweU 


PC 


Fort William 


LynMcLeod 


L 


Fort York 


Hon. Rosario Marchese 


NDP 


Frontenac-Addington 


Hon. Fred Wilson 


NDP 


Grey 


Bill Murdoch 


PC 


Guelph 


Derek Fletcher 


NDP 


Halton Centre 


Barbara Sullivan 


L 


Halton North 


Noel Duignan 


NDP 


Hamilton Centre 


David Christopherson 


NDP 


Hamilton East 


Hon. Robert Warren 
Mackenzie 


NDP 


Hamilton Mountain 


Hon. Brian Albert 
Charlton 


NDP 


Hamilton West 


Hon. Richard Allen 


NDP 


Hastings-Peterborough 


Hon. Elmer Buchanan 


NDP 


High Park-Swansea 


Hon. Elaine Ziemba 


NDP 



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Alphabetical List of Constituencies - 35th Legislature (Continued) 



Huron 


Peter Klopp 


NDP 


Kenora 


Frank Ranover Miclash 


L 


Kingston & the Islands 


Gary Wilson 


NDP 


Kitchener 


Hon. William A. 
Ferguson 


NDP 


Kitchener-Wibnot 


Mike Cooper 


NDP 


Lake Nipigon 


Hon. Gilles Pouliot 


NDP 


Lambton 


Ellen MacKinnon 


NDP 


Lanark-Renfrew 


W. Leo Jordan 


PC 


Lawrence 


Joseph Cordiano 


L 


Leeds-Grenville 


Robert William 
Runciman 


PC 


Lincoln 


Ron Hansen 


NDP 


London Centre 


Hon. Marion Boyd 


NDP 


London North 


Dianne E. Cunningham 


PC 


London South 


David Winninger 


NDP 


Markham 


W. Donald Cousens 


PC 


Middlesex 


Irene Mathyssen 


NDP 


Mississauga East 


John Domagoj Sola 


L 


Mississauga North 


Steven Offer 


L 


Mississauga South 


Margaret Marland 


PC 


Mississauga West 


Steven W. Mahoney 


L 


Muskoka-Georgian Bay 


Dan Waters 


NDP 


Nepean 


Hans W. Daigeler 


L 


Niagara Falls 


Margaret Harrington 


NDP 


Niagara South 


Hon. Shirley Coppen 


NDP 


Nickel Belt 


Hon. Floyd Laughren 


NDP 


Nipissing 


Michael Deane Harris 


PC Leader of the Ontario Progressive 
Conservative Party. 
Leader of the Third Party. 



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Norfolk 


Norm Jamison 


NDP 


Northumberland 


Joan M. Fawcett 


L 


Oakville South 


Gary Can- 


PC 


Oakwood 


Tony Rizzo 


I 


Oriole 


Elinor Caplan 


L 


Oshawa 


Hon. AUan C. Pilkey 


NDP 


Ottawa Centre 


Hon. Evelyn Adelaide 
Gigantes 


NDP 


Ottawa East 


Bernard Charles 
Grandmaitre 


L 


Ottawa-Rideau 


Yvonne O'Neill 


L 


Ottawa South 


Dalton J. P. McGuinty 


L 


Ottawa West 


Bob Chiarelli 


L 


Oxford 


Kimble Sutherland 


NDP 


Parkdale 


Antony M. 'Tony" 
Ruprecht 


L 


Parry Sound 


Ernie L. Eves 


PC 


Perth 


Hon. Karen Haslam 


NDP 


Peterborough 


Hon. Jenny Carter 


NDP 


Port Arthur 


Hon. SheUey Wark- 
Martyn 


NDP 


Prescott & Russell 


Jean Poirier 


L 


Prince Edward-Lennox- 


Paul Johnson 


NDP 


South Hastings 






Quinte 


Hugh Patrick O'Neil 


L 


Rainy River 


Hon. Howard George 
Hampton 


NDP 


Renfrew North 


Sean Gerard Conway 


L 


Riverdale 


Hon. Marilyn Churley 


NDP 



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S-D-G & East Grenville Noble A. Villeneuve 



PC The Schedule to the Representation Act, 
1986 

is amended by renaming "THE 
ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF 
STORMONT, DUNDAS ANfD 
GLENGARRY" as "THE ELECTORAL 
DISTRICT OF S-D-G & EAST 
GRENVILLE." 

Representation Amendment Act, 1991. 
Statutes of Ontario 1991. c, 2. 
(Assented to April 4, 1991). 



See also 

Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry. 



St. Andrew-St. Patrick 


Hon. Zanana L. Akande 


NDP 




St. Catharines 


James Joseph Bradley 


L 


Interim Leader of the Onl 
Leader of the Official Op 


St. Catharines-Brock 


Christel Haeck 


NDP 




St. George-SL David 


Ian G. Scott 


L 




Samia 


Bob Huget 


NDP 




Sault Ste. Marie 


Tony Martin 


NDP 




Scarborough- Agincourt 


Gerald Leonard Phillips 


L 




Scarborough Centre 


Steve Owens 


NDP 




Scarborough F-ast 


Robert T.S. Frankford 


NDP 




Scarborough-Ellesmere 


Hon. David Warner 


NDP 


Speaker. 


Scarborough North 


Alvin Frederick Curling 


L 




Scarborough West 


Hon. Anne Swarbrick 


NDP 




Simcoe Centre 


Paul Wessenger 


NDP 




Simcoe East 


Allan Kenneth McLean 


PC 




Simcoe West 


Jim Wilson 


PC 




Stormont, Dundas & 
Glengarry 


Noble A. Villeneuve 


PC 


Renamed 

S-D-G & East Grenville. 


Sudbury 


Sharon Murdock 


NDP 




Sudbury East 


Hon. Shelley Dawn 
Marie Martel 


NDP 




Timiskaming 


David James Ramsay 


L 





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Victoria-Haliburton 


Dennis Drainville 


NDP 


Waterloo North 


Elizabeth Witmer 


PC 


WeUand-Thorold 


Hon. Peter Kormos 


NDP 


Wellington 


Ted Amott 


PC 


Wentworth East 


Maik Morrow 


NDP 


Wentworth North 


Don Abel 


NDP 


Willowdale 


Charles A. Hamick 


PC 


Wilson Heights 


Monte Kwinter 


L 


Windsor-Riverside 


Hon. David Cooke 


NDP 


Windsor-Sandwich 


George Dadamo 


NDP 


Windsor-Walkerville 


Wayne Lessard 


NDP 


York Centre 


Gregory Sorbara 


L 


Yoric East 


Gary Malkowski 


NDP 


York Mills 


David Tumbull 


PC 


York North 


Charles John Mc Waters 
Beer 


L 


York South 


Hon. Robert Keith Rae 


NDP 


Yorkview 


George Mammoliti 


NDP 



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