34th Parliament of Ontario

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34th Parliament of Ontario
Majority parliament
September 10, 1987 – July 30, 1990
Parliament leaders
Premier David Peterson
Leader of the
Opposition
Bob Rae
1987-1990
Party caucuses
Government Liberal Party
Opposition New Democratic Party
Third party Progressive Conservative Party
Legislative Assembly
Speaker of the
Assembly
Hugh Edighoffer
Government
House Leader
Sean Conway
1987-1989
Chris Ward
1989-1990
Members 130 MPP seats
Lieutenant
Governor
Lincoln Alexander
1987-1990
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The 34th Legislative Assembly of Ontario was in session from September 10, 1987, until July 30, 1990, just prior to the 1990 general election. The majority party was the Ontario Liberal Party led by David Peterson.

Hugh Edighoffer served as speaker for the assembly.[1]

Riding Member Party Notes
Algoma Bud Wildman New Democratic Party
Algoma—Manitoulin Michael A. Brown Liberal
Beaches—Woodbine Marion Helen Bryden New Democratic Party
Brampton North Carman McClelland Liberal
Brampton South Robert V. Callahan Liberal
Brant—Haldimand Robert Fletcher Nixon Liberal
Brantford David Emil Neumann Liberal
Bruce Murray John Elston Liberal
Burlington South Cam Jackson Progressive Conservative
Cambridge Mike Liam Farnan New Democratic Party
Carleton Norm Sterling Progressive Conservative
Carleton East Gilles E. Morin Liberal
Chatham—Kent Maurice Louis Bossy Liberal
Cochrane North Jacques Noe René Fontaine Liberal
Cochrane South Alan William Pope Progressive Conservative
Cornwall John Cleary Liberal
Don Mills Murad Velshi Liberal
Dovercourt Antonio Lupusella New Democratic Party
Downsview Laureano Leone Liberal
Dufferin—Peel Mavis Wilson Liberal
Durham Centre Allan Furlong Liberal
Durham East Sammy Lawrence Cureatz Progressive Conservative
Durham West Norah Jane Stoner Liberal
Durham—York William George Ballinger Liberal
Eglinton Dianne Poole Liberal
Elgin Marietta L.D. Roberts Liberal
Essex South Remo J. Mancini Liberal
Essex—Kent James Fitzgerald McGuigan Liberal
Etobicoke West Linda Lillian LeBourdais Liberal
Etobicoke—Humber Jim Henderson Liberal
Etobicoke—Lakeshore Ruth Anna Grier New Democratic Party
Etobicoke—Rexdale Ed Thomas Philip New Democratic Party
Fort William Lyn McLeod Liberal
Fort York Robert Charles Wong Liberal
Frontenac—Addington Lawrence George South Liberal
Grey Ronald F. Lipsett Liberal
Guelph Rick Eugenio Ferraro Liberal
Halton Centre Barbara Sullivan Liberal
Halton North Walter R. Elliot Liberal
Hamilton Centre Lily Oddie Munro Liberal
Hamilton East Bob Warren Mackenzie New Democratic Party
Hamilton Mountain Brian Albert Charlton New Democratic Party
Hamilton West Richard Alexander Allen New Democratic Party
Hastings—Peterborough James Pollock Progressive Conservative
High Park—Swansea David Gordon Fleet Liberal
Huron John Keith Riddell Progressive Conservative
Kenora Frank Ranover Miclash Liberal
Kingston and the Islands Kenneth A. Keyes Liberal
Kitchener David R. Cooke Liberal
Kitchener—Wilmot John Roland Sweeney Liberal
Lake Nipigon Gilles Pouliot New Democratic Party
Lambton David William Smith Liberal
Lanark—Renfrew Douglas Jack Wiseman Progressive Conservative
Lawrence Joseph Cordiano Liberal
Leeds—Grenville Robert W. Runciman Progressive Conservative
Lincoln Harry Pelissero Liberal
London Centre David Robertson Peterson Liberal Premier and Party Leader
London North Ronald George Van Horne [nb 1] Liberal Resigned seat in 1988
Dianne Cunningham Progressive Conservative Elected in by-election in 1988
London South Elizabeth "Joan" Smith Liberal
Markham W. Donald Cousens Progressive Conservative
Middlesex Douglas Richard Reycraft Liberal
Mississauga East John Domagoj Sola Liberal
Mississauga North Steven Offer Liberal
Mississauga South Margaret Marland Progressive Conservative
Mississauga West Steven W. Mahoney Liberal
Muskoka—Georgian Bay Ken Black Liberal
Nepean Hans W. Daigeler Liberal
Niagara Falls Vincent George Kerrio Liberal
Niagara South Raymond Louis Haggerty Liberal
Nickel Belt Floyd Laughren New Democratic Party
Nipissing Michael Harris Progressive Conservative Party Leader
Norfolk Gordon Irvin Miller Liberal
Northumberland Joan M. Fawcett Liberal
Oakville South Douglas Alexander Carrothers Liberal
Oakwood Chaviva Milada Hošek Liberal
Oriole Elinor Caplan Liberal
Oshawa Michael James Breaugh New Democratic Party
Ottawa Centre Richard Patten Liberal
Ottawa East Bernard C. Grandmaître Liberal
Ottawa South Dalton James McGuinty [nb 2] Liberal Died in 1990
Ottawa West Bob Chiarelli Liberal
Ottawa—Rideau Yvonne O'Neill Liberal
Oxford Charles Murray Tatham Liberal
Parkdale Tony Ruprecht Liberal
Parry Sound Ernie Eves Progressive Conservative
Perth Hugh Alden Edighoffer Liberal
Peterborough Peter Adams Liberal
Port Arthur Taras Kozyra Liberal
Prescott and Russell Jean Poirier Liberal
Prince Edward—Lennox Keith MacDonald Liberal
Quinte Hugh Patrick O'Neil Liberal
Rainy River Howard Hampton New Democratic Party
Renfrew North Sean Conway Liberal
Riverdale David R. Reville New Democratic Party
Sarnia Andy Brandt Progressive Conservative
Sault Ste. Marie Karl Avid Morin-Strom New Democratic Party
Scarborough Centre Cynthia Maria Nicholas Liberal
Scarborough East Edward A. Fulton Liberal
Scarborough North Alvin Curling Liberal
Scarborough West Richard Frank Johnston New Democratic Party
Scarborough—Agincourt Gerry Phillips Liberal
Scarborough—Ellesmere Frank J. Faubert Liberal
Simcoe Centre Bruce Owen Liberal
Simcoe East Allan Kenneth McLean Progressive Conservative
Simcoe West George R. McCague Progressive Conservative
St. Andrew—St. Patrick Ronald M. Kanter Liberal
St. Catharines Jim Bradley Liberal
St. Catharines—Brock Michael Murray Dietsch Liberal
St. George—St. David Ian G. Scott Liberal
Stormont—Dundas—Glengarry Noble Villeneuve Progressive Conservative
Sudbury Sterling Campbell Liberal
Sudbury East Shelley Martel New Democratic Party
Timiskaming David Ramsay Liberal
Victoria—Haliburton John F. Eakins Liberal
Waterloo North Herbert Arnold Epp Liberal
Welland—Thorold Mel Swart [nb 3] New Democratic Party
Peter Kormos (1988) New Democratic Party
Wellington John McLellan Johnson Progressive Conservative
Wentworth East Shirley Jean Collins Liberal
Wentworth North Christopher Campbell Ward Liberal
Willowdale Gino Matrundola Liberal
Wilson Heights Monte Kwinter Liberal
Windsor—Riverside Dave Cooke New Democratic Party
Windsor—Sandwich William Munro Wrye Liberal
Windsor—Walkerville Michael Charles Ray Liberal
York Centre Greg Sorbara Liberal
York East Christine Hart Liberal
York Mills John Bradford Nixon Liberal
York North John Charles McWaters Beer Liberal
York South Bob Keith Rae New Democratic Party Party Leader
Yorkview Claudio Polsinelli Liberal

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ resigned seat
  2. ^ died in 1990
  3. ^ retired

References[edit]

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