33rd Canadian Parliament

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33rd Parliament of Canada
Majority parliament
November 5, 1984 (1984-11-05) – October 1, 1988 (1988-10-01)
Parliament leaders
Prime
Minister

(cabinet)
Rt. Hon. Brian Mulroney
(24th Canadian Ministry)
September 17, 1984 (1984-09-17) – June 25, 1993 (1993-06-25)
Leader of the
Opposition
Rt. Hon. John Turner
September 17, 1984 (1984-09-17) – February 7, 1990 (1990-02-07)
Party caucuses
Government Progressive Conservative Party
Opposition Liberal Party
Third party New Democratic Party
House of Commons
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Seating arrangements of the House of Commons
Speaker of the
Commons
Hon. John William Bosley
November 5, 1984 (1984-11-05) – September 29, 1986 (1986-09-29)
Hon. John Allen Fraser
September 30, 1986 (1986-09-30) – January 16, 1994 (1994-01-16)
Government
House Leader
Hon. Ray Hnatyshyn
November 5, 1984 (1984-11-05) – June 29, 1986 (1986-06-29)
Hon. Don Mazankowski
June 30, 1986 (1986-06-30) – December 30, 1988 (1988-12-30)
Opposition
House Leader
Hon. Herb Gray
September 18, 1984 (1984-09-18) – February 7, 1990 (1990-02-07)
Members 282 MP seats
List of members
Senate
Speaker of the
Senate
Hon. Guy Charbonneau
November 2, 1984 (1984-11-02) – December 6, 1993 (1993-12-06)
Government
Senate Leader
Hon. Dufferin Roblin
September 17, 1984 (1984-09-17) – June 29, 1986 (1986-06-29)
Hon. Lowell Murray
June 30, 1986 (1986-06-30) – November 3, 1993 (1993-11-03)
Opposition
Senate Leader
Hon. Allan MacEachen
September 16, 1984 (1984-09-16) – November 30, 1991 (1991-11-30)
Senators 104 senator seats
List of senators
Sessions
1st Session
November 5, 1984 (1984-11-05) – August 28, 1986 (1986-08-28)
2nd Session
September 30, 1986 (1986-09-30) – October 1, 1988 (1988-10-01)
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Brian Mulroney was Prime Minister during the 33rd Canadian Parliament.

The 33rd Canadian Parliament was in session from November 5, 1984, until October 1, 1988. The membership was set by the 1984 federal election on September 4, 1984, and it only changed slightly due to resignations and by-elections prior to being dissolved before the 1988 election.

It was controlled by a Progressive Conservative majority under Prime Minister Brian Mulroney and the 24th Canadian Ministry. The Official Opposition was the Liberal Party, led by former prime minister John Turner.

The Speaker was first John William Bosley and then John Allen Fraser. See also List of Canadian electoral districts 1976-1987 for a list of the ridings in this parliament.

There were two sessions of the 33rd Parliament:

Session Start End
1st November 5, 1984 August 28, 1986
2nd September 30, 1986 October 1, 1988

Party standings[edit]

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The party standings as of the election and as of dissolution were as follows:

Affiliation House Members Senate Members
1984 Election
Results
At Dissolution On Election
Day 1984[1]
At Dissolution
  Progressive Conservative 211 203 23 36
Liberal 40 38 74 59
  New Democratic Party 30 32 0 0
  Independent 1 4 3 5
Independent Liberal 0 0 1 0
Total seats 282 277 101 100
Vacant 0 5 3 4
Total seats 282 104

Members of the House of Commons[edit]

Members of the House of Commons in the 33rd parliament arranged by province.

Newfoundland[edit]

Name Party Electoral district
  Morrissey Johnson Progressive Conservative Bonavista—Trinity—Conception
  Joseph Price Progressive Conservative Burin—St. George's
  George Baker Liberal Gander—Twillingate
  Bill Rompkey Liberal Grand Falls—White Bay—Labrador
  Brian Tobin Liberal Humber—Port au Port—St. Barbe
  James McGrath Progressive Conservative St. John's East
  Jack Harris* New Democrat
  John Crosbie Progressive Conservative St. John's West

Prince Edward Island[edit]

Name Party Electoral district
  Pat Binns Progressive Conservative Cardigan
  George Henderson Liberal Egmont
  Thomas McMillan Progressive Conservative Hillsborough
  Melbourne Gass Progressive Conservative Malpeque

Nova Scotia[edit]

Name Party Electoral district
  Pat Nowlan Progressive Conservative Annapolis Valley—Hants
  Lawrence O'Neil Progressive Conservative Cape Breton Highlands—Canso
  David Dingwall Liberal Cape Breton—East Richmond
  Russell MacLellan Liberal Cape Breton—The Sydneys
  Elmer MacKay Progressive Conservative Central Nova
  Robert Coates Progressive Conservative Cumberland—Colchester
  Michael Forrestall Progressive Conservative Dartmouth—Halifax East
  Stewart MacInnes Progressive Conservative Halifax
  Howard Crosby Progressive Conservative Halifax West
  Lloyd Crouse Progressive Conservative South Shore
  Gerald Comeau Progressive Conservative South West Nova

New Brunswick[edit]

Name Party Electoral district
  Fred McCain Progressive Conservative Carleton—Charlotte
  Robert Corbett Progressive Conservative Fundy—Royal
  Roger Clinch Progressive Conservative Gloucester
  Bernard Valcourt Progressive Conservative Madawaska—Victoria
  Dennis Cochrane Progressive Conservative Moncton
  Bud Jardine Progressive Conservative Northumberland—Miramichi
  Al Girard Progressive Conservative Restigouche
  Gerald Merrithew Progressive Conservative Saint John
  Fernand Robichaud Liberal Westmorland—Kent
  J. Robert Howie Progressive Conservative York—Sunbury

Quebec[edit]

Name Party Electoral district
  Guy St-Julien Progressive Conservative Abitibi
  Lise Bourgault Progressive Conservative Argenteuil—Papineau
  Gilles Bernier Progressive Conservative Beauce
  Jean-Guy Hudon Progressive Conservative Beauharnois—Salaberry
  Pierre Blais Progressive Conservative Bellechasse
  Robert de Cotret Progressive Conservative Berthier—Maskinongé—Lanaudière
  Monique Landry Progressive Conservative Blainville—Deux-Montagnes
  Darryl Gray Progressive Conservative Bonaventure—Îles-de-la-Madeleine
  Carlo Rossi Liberal Bourassa
  Gabrielle Bertrand Progressive Conservative Brome—Missisquoi
  Richard Grisé Progressive Conservative Chambly
  Michel Champagne Progressive Conservative Champlain
  Monique Tardif Progressive Conservative Charlesbourg
  Charles-André Hamelin Progressive Conservative Charlevoix
  Ricardo Lopez Progressive Conservative Châteauguay
  André Harvey Progressive Conservative Chicoutimi
  Gerry Weiner Progressive Conservative Dollard
  Jean-Guy Guilbault Progressive Conservative Drummond
  Vincent Della Noce Progressive Conservative Duvernay
  Marcel Masse Progressive Conservative Frontenac
  Michel Gravel Progressive Conservative Gamelin
  Charles-Eugène Marin Progressive Conservative Gaspé
  Claudy Mailly Progressive Conservative Gatineau
  Édouard Desrosiers Progressive Conservative Hochelaga—Maisonneuve
  Joseph Isabelle Liberal Hull—Aylmer
  Roch La Salle Progressive Conservative Joliette
  Jean-Pierre Blackburn Progressive Conservative Jonquière
  André Plourde Progressive Conservative Kamouraska—Rivière-du-Loup
  Fernand Ladouceur Progressive Conservative Labelle
  Clément M. Côté Progressive Conservative Lac-Saint-Jean
  Lucien Bouchard* Progressive Conservative
  Robert Layton Progressive Conservative Lachine
  Michel Côté Progressive Conservative Langelier
  Fernand Jourdenais Progressive Conservative La Prairie
  Claude Lanthier Progressive Conservative Lasalle
  David Berger Progressive Conservative Laurier
  Guy Ricard Progressive Conservative Laval
  Raymond Garneau Liberal Laval-des-Rapides
  Gabriel Fontaine Progressive Conservative Lévis
  Nic Leblanc Progressive Conservative Longueuil
  Maurice Tremblay Progressive Conservative Lotbinière (electoral district)
  Suzanne Duplessis Progressive Conservative Louis-Hébert
  Brian Mulroney Progressive Conservative Manicouagan
  Jean-Luc Joncas Progressive Conservative Matapédia—Matane
  François Gérin Progressive Conservative Mégantic—Compton—Stanstead
  Anne Blouin Progressive Conservative Montmorency—Orléans
  Sheila Finestone Liberal Mount Royal
  Carole Jacques Progressive Conservative Montreal—Mercier
  Jean-Claude Malépart Liberal Party Montreal—Sainte-Marie
  Warren Allmand Liberal Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
  Lucie Pépin Liberal Outremont
  André Ouellet Liberal Papineau
  Barry Moore Progressive Conservative Pontiac—Gatineau—Labelle
  Marc Ferland Progressive Conservative Portneuf
  Marcel Tremblay Progressive Conservative Québec-Est
  Louis Plamondon Progressive Conservative Richelieu
  Alain Tardif Liberal Party Richmond
  Monique Vézina Progressive Conservative Rimouski—Témiscouata
  Benoît Bouchard Progressive Conservative Roberval
  Suzanne Blais-Grenier Progressive Conservative Rosemont
  Marcel Prud'homme Liberal Saint-Denis
  Don Johnston Liberal Saint-Henri—Westmount
  Andrée Champagne Progressive Conservative Saint-Hyacinthe
  Jacques Guilbault Liberal Saint-Jacques
  André Bissonnette Progressive Conservative Saint-Jean
  Alfonso Gagliano Liberal Saint-Léonard—Anjou
  Jean Chrétien Liberal Saint-Maurice—Champlain
  Gilles Grondin** Liberal
  Marie Thérèse Killens Liberal Saint-Michel—Ahuntsic
  Jean Lapierre Liberal Shefford
  Jean Charest Progressive Conservative Sherbrooke
  Gabriel Desjardins Progressive Conservative Témiscamingue
  Robert Toupin Progressive Conservative Terrebonne
  Pierre H. Vincent Progressive Conservative Trois-Rivières
  Pierre Cadieux Progressive Conservative Vaudreuil
  Marcel Danis Progressive Conservative Verchères
  Gilbert Chartrand Progressive Conservative Verdun—Saint-Paul
* Clément M. Côté resigned and was replaced by Lucien Bouchard in a June 20, 1988, by-election
** Jean Chrétien resigned from parliament due to poor relations with the party leader. He was replaced by Gilles Grondin in a September 29, 1987, by-election.

Ontario[edit]

Name Party Electoral district
  Maurice Foster Liberal Algoma
  Neil Young New Democrat Beaches
  John McDermid Progressive Conservative Brampton—Georgetown
  Derek Blackburn New Democrat Brant
  Lynn McDonald New Democrat Broadview—Greenwood
  Gary Gurbin Progressive Conservative Bruce—Grey
  Bill Kempling Progressive Conservative Burlington
  Chris Speyer Progressive Conservative Cambridge
  Keith Penner Liberal Cochrane
  Charles Caccia Liberal Davenport
  Bill Attewell Progressive Conservative Don Valley East
  John Bosley Progressive Conservative Don Valley West
  Allan Lawrence Progressive Conservative Durham—Northumberland
  Roland de Corneille Liberal Eglinton—Lawrence
  John Wise Progressive Conservative Elgin
  Girve Fretz Progressive Conservative Erie
  James Caldwell Progressive Conservative Essex—Kent
  Steven W. Langdon New Democrat Essex—Windsor
  Michael Wilson Progressive Conservative Etobicoke Centre
  Robert Pennock Progressive Conservative Etobicoke North
  Patrick Boyer Progressive Conservative Etobicoke—Lakeshore
  Don Boudria Liberal Glengarry—Prescott—Russell
  Gus Mitges Progressive Conservative Grey—Simcoe
  William Winegard Progressive Conservative Guelph
  Bud Bradley Progressive Conservative Haldimand—Norfolk
  Otto Jelinek Progressive Conservative Halton
  Sheila Copps Liberal Hamilton East
  Ian Deans New Democrat Hamilton Mountain
  Marion Dewar* New Democrat
  Geoffrey Scott Progressive Conservative Hamilton—Wentworth
  Peter Peterson Progressive Conservative Hamilton West
  William Vankoughnet Progressive Conservative Hastings—Frontenac
  Murray Cardiff Progressive Conservative Huron—Bruce
  John Parry New Democrat Kenora—Rainy River
  Elliott Hardey Progressive Conservative Kent
  Flora MacDonald Progressive Conservative Kingston and the Islands
  John Reimer Progressive Conservative Kitchener
  Sidney Fraleigh Progressive Conservative Lambton—Middlesex
  Paul Dick Progressive Conservative Lanark—Renfrew—Carleton
  Jennifer Cossitt Progressive Conservative Leeds—Grenville
  Shirley Martin Progressive Conservative Lincoln
  Jim Jepson Progressive Conservative London East
  Thomas Hockin Progressive Conservative London West
  Terry Clifford Progressive Conservative London—Middlesex
  Robert Horner Progressive Conservative Mississauga North
  Donald Blenkarn Progressive Conservative Mississauga South
  William Tupper Progressive Conservative Nepean—Carleton
  Rob Nicholson Progressive Conservative Niagara Falls
  John Rodriguez New Democrat Nickel Belt
  Moe Mantha Progressive Conservative Nipissing
  George Hees Progressive Conservative Northumberland
  Thomas Fennell Progressive Conservative Ontario
  Ed Broadbent New Democrat Oshawa
  Barry Turner Progressive Conservative Ottawa—Carleton
  Michael Cassidy New Democrat Ottawa Centre
  David Daubney Progressive Conservative Ottawa West
  Jean-Robert Gauthier Liberal Ottawa—Vanier
  Bruce Halliday Progressive Conservative Oxford
  Andrew Witer Progressive Conservative Parkdale—High Park
  Stan Darling Progressive Conservative Parry Sound—Muskoka
  Harry Brightwell Progressive Conservative Perth
  Bill Domm Progressive Conservative Peterborough
  Jack Ellis Progressive Conservative Prince Edward—Hastings
  Len Hopkins Liberal Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke
  David Crombie Progressive Conservative Rosedale
  Kenneth James Progressive Conservative Sarnia
  James Kelleher Progressive Conservative Sault Ste. Marie
  Pauline Browes Progressive Conservative Scarborough Centre
  Robert Hicks Progressive Conservative Scarborough East
  Reginald Stackhouse Progressive Conservative Scarborough West
  Doug Lewis Progressive Conservative Simcoe North
  Ronald Stewart Progressive Conservative Simcoe South
  Dan Heap New Democrat Spadina
  Joseph Reid Progressive Conservative St. Catharines
  Barbara McDougall Progressive Conservative St. Paul's
  Norman Warner Progressive Conservative Stormont—Dundas
  Douglas Frith Liberal Sudbury
  Iain Angus New Democrat Thunder Bay—Atikokan
  Ernie Epp New Democrat Thunder Bay—Nipigon
  John MacDougall Progressive Conservative Timiskaming
  Aurèle Gervais Progressive Conservative Timmins—Chapleau
  Aideen Nicholson Liberal Trinity
  William Scott Progressive Conservative Victoria—Haliburton
  Walter McLean Progressive Conservative Waterloo
  Allan Pietz Progressive Conservative Welland
  Perrin Beatty Progressive Conservative Wellington—Dufferin—Simcoe
  John Oostrom Progressive Conservative Willowdale
  Herb Gray Liberal Windsor West
  Howard McCurdy New Democrat Windsor—Walkerville
  Bob Kaplan Liberal York Centre
  Alan Redway Progressive Conservative York East
  Tony Roman Independent York North
  Paul McCrossan Progressive Conservative York—Scarborough
  John Nunziata Liberal York South—Weston
  Sinclair Stevens Progressive Conservative York—Peel
  Sergio Marchi Liberal York West
* Ian Deans left parliament to be appointed to a position in the federal government and was replaced by Marion Dewar in a 1987 by-election.

Manitoba[edit]

Name Party Electoral district
  Lee Clark Progressive Conservative Brandon—Souris
  Rodney Murphy New Democrat Churchill
  Brian White Progressive Conservative Dauphin
  Jack Murta Progressive Conservative Lisgar
  Charles Mayer Progressive Conservative Portage—Marquette
  Jake Epp Progressive Conservative Provencher
  Léo Duguay Progressive Conservative Saint Boniface
  Felix Holtmann Progressive Conservative Selkirk—Interlake
  David Orlikow New Democrat Winnipeg North
  Cyril Keeper New Democrat Winnipeg North Centre
  Dan McKenzie Progressive Conservative Winnipeg—Assiniboine
  Bill Blaikie New Democrat Winnipeg—Birds Hill
  Lloyd Axworthy Liberal Winnipeg—Fort Garry
  Clement Minaker Progressive Conservative Winnipeg—St. James

Saskatchewan[edit]

Name Party Electoral district
  Leonard Gustafson Progressive Conservative Assiniboia
  Vic Althouse New Democrat Humboldt—Lake Centre
  Bill McKnight Progressive Conservative Kindersley—Lloydminster
  Jack Scowen Progressive Conservative Mackenzie
  Bill Gottselig Progressive Conservative Moose Jaw
  Stan Hovdebo New Democrat Prince Albert
  Alvin Hamilton Progressive Conservative Qu'Appelle—Moose Mountain
  Simon De Jong New Democrat Regina East
  Leslie Benjamin New Democrat Regina West
  Donald Ravis Progressive Conservative Saskatoon East
  Ray Hnatyshyn Progressive Conservative Saskatoon West
  Geoff Wilson Progressive Conservative Swift Current—Maple Creek
  John Gormley Progressive Conservative The Battlefords—Meadow Lake
  Lorne Nystrom New Democrat Yorkton—Melville

Alberta[edit]

Name Party Electoral district
  Jack Shields Progressive Conservative Athabasca
  Gordon Taylor Progressive Conservative Bow River
  Harvie Andre Progressive Conservative Calgary Centre
  Alex Kindy Progressive Conservative Calgary East
  Paul Gagnon Progressive Conservative Calgary North
  Bobbie Sparrow Progressive Conservative Calgary South
  Jim Hawkes Progressive Conservative Calgary West
  Arnold Malone Progressive Conservative Crowfoot
  William Lesick Progressive Conservative Edmonton East
  Steve Paproski Progressive Conservative Edmonton North
  Jim Edwards Progressive Conservative Edmonton South
  Murray Dorin Progressive Conservative Edmonton West
  David Kilgour Progressive Conservative Edmonton—Strathcona
  Blaine Thacker Progressive Conservative Lethbridge—Foothills
  Robert Harold Porter Progressive Conservative Medicine Hat
  Albert Cooper Progressive Conservative Peace River
  Peter Elzinga Progressive Conservative Pembina
  Walter van de Walle Progressive Conservative
  Gordon Towers Progressive Conservative Red Deer
  Don Mazankowski Progressive Conservative Vegreville
  Kenneth Schellenberger Progressive Conservative Wetaskiwin
  Joe Clark Progressive Conservative Yellowhead

British Columbia[edit]

Name Party Electoral district
  Svend Robinson New Democrat Burnaby
  Mary Collins Progressive Conservative Capilano
  Lorne Greenaway Progressive Conservative Cariboo—Chilcotin
  Raymond Skelly New Democrat Comox—Powell River
  James Manly New Democrat Cowichan—Malahat—The Islands
  Patrick Crofton Progressive Conservative Esquimalt—Saanich
  Ross Belsher Progressive Conservative Fraser Valley East
  Robert Wenman Progressive Conservative Fraser Valley West
  Nelson Riis New Democrat Kamloops—Shuswap
  Stan Graham Progressive Conservative Kootenay East—Revelstoke
  Robert Brisco Progressive Conservative Kootenay West
  Gerry St. Germain Progressive Conservative Mission—Port Moody
  Ted Schellenberg Progressive Conservative Nanaimo—Alberni
  Pauline Jewett New Democrat New Westminster—Coquitlam
  Chuck Cook Progressive Conservative North Vancouver—Burnaby
  Vincent Dantzer Progressive Conservative Okanagan North
  Frederick King Progressive Conservative Okanagan—Similkameen
  Robert McCuish Progressive Conservative Prince George—Bulkley Valley
  Frank Oberle, Sr. Progressive Conservative Prince George—Peace River
  Tom Siddon Progressive Conservative Richmond—South Delta
  James Fulton New Democrat Skeena (electoral district)
  Benno Friesen Progressive Conservative Surrey—White Rock—North Delta
  Pat Carney Progressive Conservative Vancouver Centre
  Margaret Mitchell New Democrat Vancouver East
  Ian Waddell New Democrat Vancouver Kingsway
  John Turner Liberal Vancouver Quadra
  John Fraser Progressive Conservative Vancouver South
  Allan McKinnon Progressive Conservative Victoria

Northern Territories[edit]

Name Party Electoral district
  Thomas Suluk Progressive Conservative Nunatsiaq
  Dave Nickerson Progressive Conservative Western Arctic
  Erik Nielsen Progressive Conservative Yukon
  Audrey McLaughlin* New Democrat
* Erik Nielsen left parliament to become head of the National Transportation Agency and was replaced by Audrey McLaughlin in a 1987 by-election.

By-elections[edit]

By-election Date Incumbent Party Winner Party Cause Retained
Lac-Saint-Jean June 20, 1988 Clément Côté      Progressive Conservative Lucien Bouchard      Progressive Conservative Resignation Yes
St. John's East July 20, 1987 James A. McGrath      Progressive Conservative Jack Harris      New Democratic Party Resignation No
Hamilton Mountain July 20, 1987 Ian Deans      New Democratic Party Marion Dewar      New Democratic Party Resignation Yes
Yukon July 20, 1987 Erik Nielsen      Progressive Conservative Audrey McLaughlin      New Democratic Party Resignation No
Pembina September 29, 1986 Peter Elzinga      Progressive Conservative Walter van de Walle      Progressive Conservative Resignation Yes
Saint-Maurice September 29, 1986 Jean Chrétien      Liberal Gilles Grondin      Liberal Resignation Yes


References[edit]

  1. ^ Members of the Canadian Senate are appointed by the Governor General on the advice of the Prime Minister and remain as Senators until the age of 75, even if the House of Commons has been dissolved or an election has been called.

Succession[edit]