33rd Canadian Parliament
|33rd Parliament of Canada|
|November 5, 1984– October 1, 1988|
|Rt. Hon. Brian Mulroney
(24th Canadian Ministry)
September 17, 1984 – June 25, 1993
|Leader of the
|Rt. Hon. John Turner
September 17, 1984 – February 7, 1990
|Government||Progressive Conservative Party|
|Third party||New Democratic Party|
|House of Commons|
Seating arrangements of the House of Commons
|Speaker of the
|Hon. John William Bosley
November 5, 1984 – September 29, 1986
|Hon. John Allen Fraser
September 30, 1986 – January 16, 1994
|Hon. Ray Hnatyshyn
November 5, 1984 – June 29, 1986
|Hon. Don Mazankowski
June 30, 1986 – December 30, 1988
|Hon. Herb Gray
September 18, 1984 – February 7, 1990
|Members||282 MP seats
List of members
|Speaker of the
|Hon. Guy Charbonneau
November 2, 1984 – December 6, 1993
|Hon. Dufferin Roblin
September 17, 1984 – June 29, 1986
|Hon. Lowell Murray
June 30, 1986 – November 3, 1993
|Hon. Allan MacEachen
September 16, 1984 – November 30, 1991
|Senators||104 senator seats
List of senators
November 5, 1984 – August 28, 1986
September 30, 1986 – October 1, 1988
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.
There were two sessions of the 33rd Parliament:
|1st||November 5, 1984||August 28, 1986|
|2nd||September 30, 1986||October 1, 1988|
|This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
The party standings as of the election and as of dissolution were as follows:
|Affiliation||House Members||Senate Members|
|At Dissolution||On Election
|New Democratic Party||30||32||0||0|
Members of the House of Commons
Members of the House of Commons in the 33rd parliament arranged by province.
Prince Edward Island
|Pat Binns||Progressive Conservative||Cardigan|
|Thomas McMillan||Progressive Conservative||Hillsborough|
|Melbourne Gass||Progressive Conservative||Malpeque|
- * 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.
- * 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.
|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.
|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|
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