29th Parliament of Ontario

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The 29th Legislative Assembly of Ontario was in session from October 21, 1971 until August 11, 1975, just prior to the 1975 general election. The majority party was the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party led by Bill Davis.

Allan Edward Reuter served as speaker for the assembly until October 22, 1974. Russell Daniel Rowe succeeded Reuter as speaker.[1]

Riding Member Party Notes
Algoma Bernt Gilbertson Progressive Conservative
Algoma—Manitoulin John Gordon Lane Progressive Conservative
Armourdale Gordon Carton Progressive Conservative
Beaches—Woodbine Thomas Alfred Wardle Progressive Conservative
Bellwoods John Yaremko Progressive Conservative
Brant Robert Fletcher Nixon Liberal
Brantford Richard B. Beckett Progressive Conservative
Carleton Sid Handleman Progressive Conservative
Carleton East Albert Benjamin Rutter Lawrence Progressive Conservative Resigned in 1974
Paul Frederick Taylor (1974) Liberal Elected in a by-election in 1974
Chatham—Kent William Darcy McKeough Progressive Conservative
Cochrane North René Brunelle Progressive Conservative
Cochrane South Bill Ferrier New Democratic
Don Mills Dennis Roy Timbrell Progressive Conservative
Dovercourt George Adam Nixon Progressive Conservative
Downsview Vernon Milton Singer Liberal
Dufferin—Simcoe Alfred Wallace Downer Progressive Conservative
Durham Hugh Alex Carruthers Progressive Conservative
Eglinton Leonard Mackenzie Reilly Progressive Conservative
Elgin Ronald Keith McNeil Progressive Conservative
Essex South Donald Alexander Paterson Liberal
Essex—Kent Dick Ruston Liberal
Etobicoke Leonard A. Braithwaite Liberal
Fort William James Hugh Jessiman Progressive Conservative
Frontenac—Addington Wilmer John Nuttall Progressive Conservative
Glengarry Osie Villeneuve Progressive Conservative
Grenville—Dundas Donald Roy Irvine Progressive Conservative
Grey South Eric Alfred Winkler Progressive Conservative
Grey—Bruce Edward Carson Sargent Liberal
Haldimand—Norfolk James Noble Allan Progressive Conservative
Halton West George Albert Kerr Progressive Conservative
Halton East James Wilfred Snow Progressive Conservative
Hamilton Centre Norman Andrew Davison New Democratic
Hamilton East Reg Gisborn New Democratic
Hamilton Mountain John Roxborough Smith Progressive Conservative
Hamilton West Jack McNie Progressive Conservative
Hastings Clarke Rollins Progressive Conservative
High Park Morton Shulman New Democratic
Humber Nicholas Georges Leluk Progressive Conservative
Huron Charles Steel MacNaughton Progressive Conservative
John Keith Riddell (1973) Liberal
Huron—Bruce Murray Gaunt Liberal
Kenora Leo Edward Bernier Progressive Conservative
Kent John Purvis Spence Liberal
Kingston and the Islands Charles Joseph Sylvanus Apps Progressive Conservative
Kitchener James Roos Breithaupt Liberal
Lakeshore Patrick Lawlor New Democratic
Lambton Lorne Charles Henderson Progressive Conservative
Lanark Douglas Jack Wiseman Progressive Conservative
Leeds James Auld Progressive Conservative
Lincoln Robert Stanley Welch Progressive Conservative
London North Gordon Wayne Walker Progressive Conservative
London South John Howard White Progressive Conservative
Middlesex North William Atcheson Stewart Progressive Conservative
Middlesex South Robert Gordon Eaton Progressive Conservative
Muskoka Frank Stuart Miller Progressive Conservative
Niagara Falls John Twining Clement Progressive Conservative
Nickel Belt Floyd Laughren New Democratic
Nipissing Richard Stanley Smith Liberal
Northumberland Russell Daniel Rowe Progressive Conservative
Ontario Matthew Bulloch Dymond Progressive Conservative
Ontario South Bill Newman Progressive Conservative
Oshawa Charles Elmer McIlveen Progressive Conservative
Ottawa Centre Michael Morris Cassidy New Democratic
Ottawa East Albert J. Roy Liberal
Ottawa South Claude Frederick Bennett Progressive Conservative
Ottawa West Donald Hugo Morrow Progressive Conservative
Oxford Harry Craig Parrott Progressive Conservative
Parkdale Jan Dukszta New Democratic
Parry Sound Lorne Maeck Progressive Conservative
Peel North William Grenville Davis Progressive Conservative
Peel South Robert Douglas Kennedy Progressive Conservative
Perth Hugh Alden Edighoffer Liberal
Peterborough John Melville Turner Progressive Conservative
Port Arthur James Francis Foulds New Democratic
Prescott and Russell Joseph Albert Bélanger Progressive Conservative
Prince Edward—Lennox James A. Taylor Progressive Conservative
Quinte Richard Thomas Potter Progressive Conservative
Rainy River T. Patrick Reid Liberal-Labour
Renfrew North Maurice Hamilton Progressive Conservative
Renfrew South Paul Joseph Yakabuski Progressive Conservative
Riverdale Jim Renwick New Democratic
Sandwich—Riverside Fred Burr New Democratic
Sarnia James Edward Bullbrook Liberal
Sault Ste. Marie John Rhodes Progressive Conservative
Scarborough Centre James Francis Drea Progressive Conservative
Scarborough East Margaret Birch Progressive Conservative
Scarborough North Thomas Leonard Wells Progressive Conservative
Scarborough West Stephen Henry Lewis New Democratic
Simcoe Centre David Arthur Evans Progressive Conservative
Simcoe East Gordon Elsworth Smith Progressive Conservative
St. Andrew—St. Patrick Allan Grossman Progressive Conservative
St. Catharines Robert Mercer Johnston Progressive Conservative
St. David Margaret Scrivener Progressive Conservative
St. George Allan Frederick Lawrence [nb 1] Progressive Conservative
Margaret Campbell (1973) Liberal
Stormont Fernand Guindon Progressive Conservative Resigned in 1974
George Samis New Democratic Elected in a by-election in 1974
Sudbury Melville Carlyle Germa New Democratic
Sudbury East Elie Walter Martel New Democratic
Thunder Bay John Edward Stokes New Democratic
Timiskaming Edward Michael Havrot Progressive Conservative
Victoria—Haliburton Ronald Glen Hodgson Progressive Conservative
Waterloo North Edward R. Good Liberal
Waterloo South Allan Edward Reuter Progressive Conservative
Welland Ellis Price Morningstar Progressive Conservative
Welland South Raymond Louis Haggerty Liberal
Wellington South Harry A. Worton Liberal
Wellington—Dufferin John Henry Haines Root Progressive Conservative
Wentworth Ian Deans New Democratic
Wentworth North Donald William Ewen Progressive Conservative
Windsor West Edwin James Bounsall New Democratic
Windsor—Walkerville Bernard Newman Liberal
York Centre Donald MacKay Deacon Liberal
York East Arthur Meen Progressive Conservative
York Mills Dalton Arthur Bales Progressive Conservative
York North William Marshall Chamberlain Hodgson Progressive Conservative
York South Donald Cameron MacDonald New Democratic
York West John Palmer MacBeth Progressive Conservative
York-Forest Hill Philip Gerard Givens Liberal
Yorkview Fred Matthews Young New Democratic

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ elected to federal seat

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Speakers of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario". Legislative Assembly of Ontario.