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The Ontario Legislature Building at Queen's Park

This is a list of the Ontario Legislative Assemblies, also called Ontario Parliaments of the province of Ontario, Canada, since Confederation in 1867. Like the Canadian federal government, Ontario uses a Westminster-style parliamentary government, in which members are elected to the Legislative Assembly and from there the party with the most seats chooses a Premier of Ontario and Executive Council of Ontario. The premier, sometimes called the prime minister, acts as Ontario's head of government, while the Queen of Canada acts as its head of state and is represented by the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. Image File history File linksMetadata Download high resolution version (1863x2502, 669 KB) Summary Licensing File links The following pages on the English Wikipedia link to this file (pages on other projects are not listed): Ontario Toronto Queens Park, Toronto Richardsonian Romanesque Legislative Assembly of Ontario Metadata This file contains... Image File history File linksMetadata Download high resolution version (1863x2502, 669 KB) Summary Licensing File links The following pages on the English Wikipedia link to this file (pages on other projects are not listed): Ontario Toronto Queens Park, Toronto Richardsonian Romanesque Legislative Assembly of Ontario Metadata This file contains... This article needs to be wikified. ... Motto: Ut Incepit Fidelis Sic Permanet (Latin: Loyal she began, loyal she remains) Official languages English (de facto) Flower White Trillium Tree Eastern White Pine Bird Common Loon Capital Toronto Largest city Toronto Lieutenant-Governor James K. Bartleman Premier Dalton McGuinty (Liberal) Parliamentary representation  - House seats  - Senate seats 106 24... We dont have an article called Canadian-confederation Start this article Search for Canadian-confederation in. ... The Houses of Parliament in London The Westminster system is a democratic parliamentary system of government modeled after that of the United Kingdom system, as used in the Palace of Westminster, the location of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. ... Alternative meanings: Parliamentary system, Parliament (band), Parliament (cigarette). ... The Ontario Legislature Building at Queens Park The Legislative Assembly of Ontario, is the legislature of the Canadian province of Ontario. ... Image:Mcguinty77. ... The Executive Council of Ontario (informally and more commonly, the Cabinet of Ontario) is the cabinet of the Canadian province of Ontario. ... The Head of Government is the chief officer of the executive branch of a government, often presiding over a cabinet. ... Canada is a constitutional monarchy and a Commonwealth Realm with Queen Elizabeth II as its reigning monarch and head of state. ... Queen Elizabeth II, is the Head of State of 16 countries including: the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Jamaica, New Zealand and the Bahamas, as well as crown colonies and overseas territories of the United Kingdom. ... This is a list of Lieutenant Governors of the Canadian province of Ontario. ...


Members are elected to the legislative assembly during general elections. General elections must be conducted every four years from the date of the last election, though before the 38th assembly they could last up to five years. An election may also happen if the Governing party loses the confidence of the assembly, by the defeat of a supply bill or tabling of a confidence motion. Beginning with the 2003 election, Ontario elections are held every 4 years in October. ...


The leader of the party with the second-most seats in the House becomes the Leader of the Opposition, and debate between the parties is presided over by the Speaker of the House. When the party with the most seats has less than half of the total number of seats, it forms a minority government, which can be voted out of power by the other parties. Members meet at Queen's Park in the provincial capital of the city of Toronto. The Leader of the Opposition in Ontario is usually leader of the largest party in the Ontario legislature which is not the government. ... A minority government or a minority cabinet is a cabinet of a parliamentary system formed when no political party has won a majority of seats in the parliament, typically by the party that does have a plurality. ... Queens Park is an historic green space in central Toronto, Ontario, Canada. ...


This article only covers the time since the Canadian Confederation was created in 1867. For the legislative assemblies of Canada West from 1840 to 1867, see Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada.




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Diagram Assembly
Sessions
Election From
To [1]
Governing Party Premier Official Opposition Party
Leader
Other Official Party
Leader
Speaker of the House
1st Assembly 1st general Sep. 3, 1867
Feb. 25, 1871
Liberal-Conservative
and Liberal coalition
John Sandfield Macdonald none none John Stevenson
2nd Assembly 2nd general Mar. 21, 1871
...
Liberal Edward Blake Liberal-Conservative:
Matthew Crooks Cameron
none Richard Scott (1871)
James Currie (1871-1873)
Rupert Wells (1874)
Oct. 25, 1872
Dec. 23, 1874
Sir Oliver Mowat
3rd Assembly 3rd general Jan. 18, 1875
April 25, 1879
Liberal Sir Oliver Mowat Conservative:
Matthew Crooks Cameron (1875-1878)
Sir William Ralph Meredith (1878-1879)
none Rupert Wells
4th Assembly 4th general June 5, 1879
Feb. 1, 1883
Liberal Sir Oliver Mowat Conservative:
Sir William Ralph Meredith
none Charles Clarke
5th Assembly 5th general Feb. 27, 1883
Nov. 15, 1886
Liberal Sir Oliver Mowat Conservative:
Sir William Ralph Meredith
none Charles Clarke
6th Assembly 6th general Dec. 29, 1886
April 26, 1890
Liberal Sir Oliver Mowat Conservative:
Sir William Ralph Meredith
none Jacob Baxter
7th Assembly 7th general June 5, 1890
May 29, 1894
Liberal Sir Oliver Mowat Conservative:
Sir William Ralph Meredith
none Thomas Ballantyne
8th Assembly 8th general June 26, 1894
...
Liberal Sir Oliver Mowat Conservative:
Sir William Ralph Meredith (1894)
George Marter (1894-1896)
Sir James Whitney
none William Balfour (1895-1896)
Francis Evanturel (1897-1898)
Jul. 21, 1896
Jan. 28, 1898
Arthur Hardy
9th Assembly 9th general Mar. 1, 1898
...
Liberal Arthur Hardy Conservative:
Sir James Whitney
none Francis Evanturel
Oct. 20, 1899
April 19, 1902
Sir George William Ross
10th Assembly 10th general May 29, 1902
Dec. 13, 1904
Liberal Sir George William Ross Conservative:
Sir James Whitney
none William Charlton
11th Assembly 11th general Jan. 25, 1905
May 2, 1908
Conservative Sir James Whitney Liberal:
Sir George William Ross (1905-1907)
George P. Graham (1907)
Alexander MacKay (1907-1908)
none Joseph St. John (1905-1907)
Thomas Crawford (1907-1908)
12th Assembly 12th general June 8, 1908
Nov. 13, 1911
Conservative Sir James Whitney Liberal:
Alexander MacKay
none Thomas Crawford
13th Assembly 13th general Dec. 11, 1911
May 29, 1914
Conservative Sir James Whitney Liberal:
Newton Wesley Rowell
none William Hoyle
14th Assembly 14th general June 29, 1914
...
Conservative Sir James Whitney Liberal:
Newton Wesley Rowell (1914-1917)
William Proudfoot (1917-1919)
none David Jamieson
Oct. 2, 1914
Sep. 23, 1919
Sir William Hearst
15th Assembly 15th general Oct. 20, 1919
May 10, 1923
United Farmers Ernest Drury Liberal:
Hartley Dewart (1919-1921)
Wellington Hay (1921-1923)
Conservative Nelson Parliament
16th Assembly 16th general June 25, 1923
Oct. 18, 1926
Conservative Howard Ferguson Liberal:
William Sinclair
United Farmers Joseph Thompson
17th Assembly 17th general Dec. 1, 1926
Sep. 17, 1929
Conservative Howard Ferguson Liberal:
William Sinclair
none William Black
18th Assembly 18th general Oct. 30, 1929
...
Conservative Howard Ferguson Liberal:
William Sinclair
none Thomas Kidd
Dec. 16, 1930
May 16, 1934
George Stewart Henry
19th Assembly 19th general June 19, 1934
Aug. 25, 1937
Liberal Mitchell Hepburn Conservative:
George Henry
none Norman Hipel
20th Assembly 20th general Oct. 6, 1937
...
Liberal Mitchell Hepburn Conservative:
George Henry (1937-1939)
George Drew (1939-1943)
none Norman Hipel (1937-1938)
James Clark (1939-1943)
Oct. 21, 1942
...
Gordon Daniel Conant
May 18, 1943
Harry Nixon
21st Assembly 21st general Aug. 4, 1943
Mar. 24, 1945
Progressive Conservative minority
(38 of 90 seats)
George Drew Co-operative Commonwealth Federation:
Ted Jolliffe
Liberal William James Stewart
22nd Assembly 22nd general June 4, 1945
April 27, 1948
Progressive Conservative
(66 of 90 seats)
George Drew Liberal:
Farquhar Oliver
none William James Stewart (1945-1947)
James Hepburn (1947-1948)
23rd Assembly 23rd general June 7, 1948
...
Progressive Conservative
(53 of 90 seats)
George Drew Co-operative Commonwealth Federation:
Ted Jolliffe
Liberal Myrddyn Davies
Oct. 19, 1948
...
Thomas Laird Kennedy
May 4, 1949
Oct. 6, 1951
Leslie Frost
24th Assembly 24th general Nov. 22, 1951
May 2, 1955
Progressive Conservative
(79 of 90 seats)
Leslie Frost Liberal:
Farquhar Oliver
none Myrddyn Davies
25th Assembly 25th general June 9, 1955
May 4, 1959
Progressive Conservative
(87 of 98 seats)
Leslie Frost Liberal:
Farquhar Oliver (1955-1958)
John Wintermeyer (1958-1959)
none Alfred Downer
26th Assembly 26th general June 11, 1959
...
Progressive Conservative
(71 of 98 seats)
Leslie Frost Liberal:
John Wintermeyer
none William Murdoch
Nov. 8, 1961
Aug. 16, 1963
John Robarts
27th Assembly 27th general Sep. 25, 1963
Sep. 5, 1967
Progressive Conservative
(77 of 108 seats)
John Robarts Liberal:
Farquhar Oliver (1963-1964)
Andrew Thompson (1964-1966)
Robert Nixon (1967)
none Donald Morrow
28th Assembly 28th general Oct. 17, 1967
...
Progressive Conservative
(69 of 117 seats)
John Robarts Liberal:
Robert Nixon
New Democrat Frederick Cass
Mar. 1, 1971
Sep. 13, 1971
Bill Davis
29th Assembly 29th general Oct. 21, 1971
Aug. 11, 1975
Progressive Conservative
(78 of 117 seats)
Bill Davis Liberal:
Robert Nixon
New Democrat:
Stephen Lewis
Allan Reuter (1971-1974)
Russell Rowe (1974-1975)
30th Assembly 30th general Sep. 18, 1975
April 29, 1977
Progressive Conservative minority
(51 of 125 seats)
Bill Davis New Democrat:
Stephen Lewis
Liberal:
Robert Nixon (1975-1976)
Stuart Smith (1976-1977)
Russell Rowe
31st Assembly 31st general June 9, 1977
Feb. 2, 1981
Progressive Conservative minority
(58 of 125 seats)
Bill Davis Liberal:
Stuart Smith
New Democrat:
Stephen Lewis (1978)
Michael Cassidy (1978-1981)
Jack Stokes
32nd Assembly
4 sessions
32nd general Mar. 19, 1981
...
Progressive Conservative
(70 of 125 seats)
Bill Davis Liberal:
Robert Nixon (1982)
David Peterson (1982-1985)
New Democrat:
Michael Cassidy (1982)
Bob Rae (1982-1985)
John M. Turner
Feb. 8,1985
Mar. 25, 1985
Frank Miller
33rd Assembly
3 sessions
33rd general May 2, 1985
...
Progressive Conservative minority
(52 of 125 seats)
Frank Miller Liberal:
David Peterson (1985)
New Democrat:
Bob Rae
Hugh Edighoffer
June 26, 1985
July 31, 1987
Liberal minority
(48 of 125 seats)[A]
David Peterson Progressive Conservative
Frank Miller (1985)
Larry Grossman (1985-1987)
34th Assembly
2 sessions
34th general Sep. 10, 1987
July 30, 1990
Liberal
(95 of 130 seats)
David Peterson New Democrat:
Bob Rae
Progressive Conservative:
Andy Brandt (1987-1990)
Mike Harris (1990)
Hugh Edighoffer
35th Assembly
3 sessions
35th general Sep. 6, 1990
April 28, 1995
New Democrat
(74 of 130 seats)
Bob Rae Liberal:
Robert Nixon (1990-1991)
Murray Elston (1991)
Jim Bradley (1991-1992)
Lyn McLeod (1992-1995)
Progressive Conservative:
Mike Harris
David Warner
36th Assembly
3 sessions
36th general Sep. 26, 1995
May 5, 1999
Progressive Conservative
(82 of 130 seats)
Mike Harris Liberal:
Lyn McLeod (1995-1996)
Dalton McGuinty (1996-1999)
New Democrat:
Bob Rae (1995-1996)
Howard Hampton (1996-1999)
Al McLean (1995-1996)
Edward Doyle (1996)
Chris Stockwell (1996-1999)
37th Assembly
4 sessions
37th general Oct. 20, 1999
...
Progressive Conservative
(59 of 103 seats)
Mike Harris Liberal:
Dalton McGuinty
New Democrat:
Howard Hampton
Gary Carr
April 15, 2002
June 26, 2003
Ernie Eves
38th Assembly
2 sessions
38th general Nov. 19, 2003
present
Liberal
(72 of 103 seats)
Dalton McGuinty Progressive Conservative:
Ernie Eves (2003-2004)
John Tory (2004-)
New Democrat:
Howard Hampton
Alvin Curling (2003-2005)
Michael A. Brown (2005-)
A  Although they had fewer seats that the Conservatives, the Liberals formed a minority government with the support of the NDP.
  1. ^ From the day that the writs were returned to the day that the legislature was dissolved.

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