36th Parliament of Ontario

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The 36th Legislative Assembly of Ontario, Canada's most-populous province, was in session from June 8, 1995 until May 5, 1999, just prior to the Ontario general election. Majority was held by the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party led by Mike Harris.

Allan K. McLean served as speaker for the assembly until September 26, 1996. Edward A. Doyle replaced McLean as speaker until October 3, 1996. Christopher M. Stockwell succeeded Doyle as speaker.[1]

Members[edit]

Riding Member Party Notes
     Algoma Bud Wildman New Democratic Party
     Algoma—Manitoulin Mike Brown Liberal
     Beaches—Woodbine Frances Lankin New Democratic Party
     Brampton North Joe Spina Progressive Conservative
     Brampton South Tony Clement Progressive Conservative
     Brant—Haldimand Peter L. Preston Progressive Conservative
     Brantford Ron Johnson Progressive Conservative
     Bruce Barb Fisher Progressive Conservative
     Burlington South Cam Jackson Progressive Conservative
     Cambridge Gerry Martiniuk Progressive Conservative
     Carleton Norm Sterling Progressive Conservative
     Carleton East Gilles Morin Liberal
     Chatham—Kent Jack Carroll Progressive Conservative
     Cochrane North Len Wood New Democratic Party
     Cochrane South Gilles Bisson New Democratic Party
     Cornwall John Cleary Liberal
     Don Mills David Johnson Progressive Conservative
     Dovercourt Tony Silipo New Democratic Party
     Downsview Annamarie Castrilli Liberal
     Dufferin—Peel David Tilson Progressive Conservative
     Durham Centre Jim Flaherty Progressive Conservative
     Durham East John O'Toole Progressive Conservative
     Durham West Janet Ecker Progressive Conservative
     Durham—York Julia Munro Progressive Conservative
     Eglinton Bill Saunderson Progressive Conservative
     Elgin Peter North Independent
    
     Essex South Bruce Crozier Liberal
     Essex—Kent Pat Hoy Liberal
     Etobicoke West Chris Stockwell Progressive Conservative
     Etobicoke—Humber Doug Ford Progressive Conservative
     Etobicoke—Lakeshore Morley Kells Progressive Conservative
     Etobicoke—Rexdale John Hastings Progressive Conservative
     Fort William Lyn McLeod Liberal Party Leader, 1995-1996
     Fort York Rosario Marchese New Democratic Party
     Frontenac—Addington Bill Vankoughnet Progressive Conservative
     Grey—Owen Sound Bill Murdoch Progressive Conservative
     Guelph Brenda Elliott Progressive Conservative
     Halton Centre Terence Young Progressive Conservative
     Halton North Ted Chudleigh Progressive Conservative
     Hamilton Centre David Christopherson New Democratic Party
     Hamilton East Dominic Agostino Liberal
     Hamilton Mountain Trevor Pettit Progressive Conservative
     Hamilton West Lillian Ross Progressive Conservative
     Hastings—Peterborough Harry Danford Progressive Conservative
     High Park—Swansea Derwyn Shea Progressive Conservative
     Huron Helen Johns Progressive Conservative
     Kenora Frank Miclash Liberal
     Kingston and the Islands John Gerretsen Liberal
     Kitchener Wayne Wettlaufer Progressive Conservative
     Kitchener—Wilmot Gary Leadston Progressive Conservative
     Lake Nipigon Gilles Pouliot New Democratic Party
     Lambton Marcel Beaubien Progressive Conservative
     Lanark—Renfrew Leo Jordan Progressive Conservative
     Lawrence Joseph Cordiano Liberal
     Leeds—Grenville Bob Runciman Progressive Conservative
     Lincoln Frank Sheehan Progressive Conservative
     London Centre Marion Boyd New Democratic Party
     London North Dianne Cunningham Progressive Conservative
     London South Bob Wood Progressive Conservative
     Markham David Tsubouchi Progressive Conservative
     Middlesex Bruce Smith Progressive Conservative
     Mississauga East Carl DeFaria Progressive Conservative
     Mississauga North John Snobelen Progressive Conservative
     Mississauga South Margaret Marland Progressive Conservative
     Mississauga West Rob Sampson Progressive Conservative
     Muskoka—Georgian Bay Bill Grimmett Progressive Conservative
     Nepean John Baird Progressive Conservative
     Niagara Falls Bart Maves Progressive Conservative
     Niagara South Tim Hudak Progressive Conservative
     Nickel Belt Floyd Laughren New Democratic Party Resigned in 1998
     Blain Morin New Democratic Party Elected in by-election in 1998
     Nipissing Mike Harris Progressive Conservative Premier and Party Leader
     Norfolk Toby Barrett Progressive Conservative
     Northumberland Doug Galt Progressive Conservative
     Oakville South Gary Carr Progressive Conservative
     Oakwood Mike Colle Liberal
     Oriole Elinor Caplan [nb 1] Liberal Resigned in 1997
     David Caplan Liberal Elected in by-election in 1997
     Oshawa Jerry Ouellette Progressive Conservative
     Ottawa Centre Richard Patten Liberal
     Ottawa East Bernard Grandmaître Liberal
     Ottawa South Dalton McGuinty Liberal Party Leader, 1996-2012
     Ottawa West Bob Chiarelli [nb 2] Liberal Resigned in 1997
     Alex Cullen Liberal [nb 3] Elected in by-election in 1997
     Ottawa—Rideau Garry Guzzo Progressive Conservative
     Oxford Ernie Hardeman Progressive Conservative
     Parkdale Tony Ruprecht Liberal
     Parry Sound Ernie Eves Progressive Conservative
     Perth Bert Johnson Progressive Conservative
     Peterborough Gary Stewart Progressive Conservative
     Port Arthur Michael Gravelle Liberal
     Prescott and Russell Jean-Marc Lalonde Liberal
     Prince Edward—Lennox-South—Hastings Gary Fox Progressive Conservative
     Quinte Doug Rollins Progressive Conservative
     Rainy River Howard Hampton New Democratic Party Party Leader, 1996-2009
     Renfrew North Sean Conway Liberal
     Riverdale Marilyn Churley New Democratic Party
     Sarnia Dave Boushy Progressive Conservative
     Sault Ste. Marie Tony Martin New Democratic Party
    
     Scarborough Centre Dan Newman Progressive Conservative
     Scarborough East Steve Gilchrist Progressive Conservative
     Scarborough North Alvin Curling Liberal
     Scarborough West Jim Brown Progressive Conservative
     Scarborough—Agincourt Gerry Phillips Liberal
    
     Scarborough—Ellesmere Marilyn Mushinski Progressive Conservative
     Simcoe Centre Joe Tascona Progressive Conservative
    
     Simcoe East Al McLean Progressive Conservative
     Simcoe West Jim Wilson Progressive Conservative
     St. Andrew—St. Patrick Isabel Bassett Progressive Conservative
     St. Catharines Jim Bradley Liberal
     St. Catharines—Brock Tom Froese Progressive Conservative
     St. George—St. David Al Leach Progressive Conservative
     Stormont—Dundas—Glengarry and East Grenville Noble Villeneuve Progressive Conservative
     Sudbury Rick Bartolucci Liberal
     Sudbury East Shelley Martel New Democratic Party
     Timiskaming David Ramsay Liberal
     Victoria—Haliburton Chris Hodgson Progressive Conservative
     Waterloo North Elizabeth Witmer Progressive Conservative
     Welland—Thorold Peter Kormos New Democratic Party
     Wellington Ted Arnott Progressive Conservative
     Wentworth East Ed Doyle Progressive Conservative
     Wentworth North Toni Skarica Progressive Conservative
     Willowdale Charles Harnick Progressive Conservative
    
     Wilson Heights Monte Kwinter Liberal
     Windsor—Riverside Dave Cooke [nb 2] New Democratic Party Resigned in 1997
     Wayne Lessard New Democratic Party Elected in by-election in 1997
     Windsor—Sandwich Sandra Pupatello Liberal
     Windsor—Walkerville Dwight Duncan Liberal
     York Centre Al Palladini Progressive Conservative
     York East John Parker Progressive Conservative
     York Mills David Turnbull Progressive Conservative
     York South Bob Rae [nb 2] New Democratic Party Party Leader, 1995-1996
     Gerard Kennedy Liberal Elected in by-election in 1996
     York—Mackenzie Frank Klees Progressive Conservative
     Yorkview Mario Sergio Liberal

Notable legislation[edit]

The Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, 1996 was passed during the 36th Parliament, bringing with it the first Sunshine lists in Canada.[2]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ elected to federal seat
  2. ^ a b c resigned seat
  3. ^ later NDP, then Independent

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