1967 Ontario general election
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117 seats in the 28th Legislative Assembly of Ontario
59 seats were needed for a majority
The Ontario general election of 1967 was held on October 17, 1967, to elect the 117 members of the 28th Legislative Assembly of Ontario (Members of Provincial Parliament, or "MPPs") of the Province of Ontario, Canada.
The Ontario Progressive Conservative Party, led by John Robarts, won an eighth consecutive term in office, and maintained its majority in the legislature despite losing eight seats from its result in the previous election.
The Ontario Liberal Party, led by Robert Nixon, increased its caucus from 24 to 28 members, and continued in the role of official opposition. T. Patrick Reid of Rainy River was elected as a Liberal-Labour MPP. He replaced Robert Gibson, the late MPP for Kenora as the legislature's sole Liberal-Labour MPP.
|Party||Leader||1963||Elected||% change||Popular vote|
|Progressive Conservative||John Robarts||77||69||-10.4%||42.3%||-6.6%|
|New Democratic||Donald C. MacDonald||7||20||+186%||25.9%||+10.4%|
- Politics of Ontario
- List of Canadian political parties#Ontario
- Premier of Ontario
- Leader of the Opposition (Ontario)
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