26th Parliament of Ontario

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The 26th Legislative Assembly of Ontario was in session from June 11, 1959, until August 16, 1963, just prior to the 1963 general election. The majority party was the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party led by Leslie Frost.

John Robarts replaced Frost as Progressive Conservative Party leader and Premier in November 1961.

William Murdoch served as speaker for the assembly.[1]

Riding Member Party Notes
Algoma—Manitoulin John Arthur Fullerton Progressive Conservative
Beaches William Henry Collings Progressive Conservative
Robert John Harris (1962) Progressive Conservative
Bellwoods John Yaremko Progressive Conservative
Bracondale Joseph M. Gould Liberal
Brant Harry Corwin Nixon Liberal Died in 1961
Robert Fletcher Nixon (1962) Liberal
Brantford George Thomas Gordon Liberal
Bruce Ross MacKenzie Whicher Liberal
Carleton William Erskine Johnston Progressive Conservative
Cochrane North René Brunelle Progressive Conservative
Cochrane South Wilf Spooner Progressive Conservative
Dovercourt Andy Thompson Liberal
Dufferin—Simcoe Alfred Wallace Downer Progressive Conservative
Durham Hugh Alex Carruthers Progressive Conservative
Eglinton William James Dunlop Progressive Conservative
Leonard Mackenzie Reilly (1962) Progressive Conservative
Elgin Ronald Keith McNeil Progressive Conservative
Essex North Arthur John Reaume Liberal
Essex South William Murdoch Progressive Conservative
Fort William John Boyle Chapple Liberal
Frontenac—Addington John Richard Simonett Progressive Conservative
Glengarry Fernand Guindon Progressive Conservative
Grenville—Dundas Frederick McIntosh Cass Progressive Conservative
Grey North Mackinnon Phillips Progressive Conservative
Grey South Farquhar Robert Oliver Liberal
Haldimand—Norfolk James Noble Allan Progressive Conservative
Halton Stanley Leroy Hall Progressive Conservative Died in 1962
Hamilton Centre William Kenneth Warrender Progressive Conservative
Hamilton East Norman Andrew Davison Co-operative Commonwealth
Hamilton—Wentworth Thomas Ray Connell Progressive Conservative
Hastings East Clarke Rollins Progressive Conservative
Hastings West Elmer Sandercock Progressive Conservative
High Park Alfred Hozack Cowling Progressive Conservative
Huron Charles Steel MacNaughton Progressive Conservative
Huron—Bruce John William Hanna Progressive Conservative Died in 1962
Murray Gaunt (1962) Liberal
Kenora Albert Wren Liberal-Labour Died in 1961
Robert Wayne Gibson (1962) Liberal-Labour
Kent East John Purvis Spence Liberal
Kent West George William Parry Progressive Conservative
Kingston William McAdam Nickle Progressive Conservative
Lambton East Charles Eusibius Janes Progressive Conservative
Lambton West Bryan Lewis Cathcart Progressive Conservative
Lanark George Ellis Gomme Progressive Conservative
Leeds James Auld Progressive Conservative
Lincoln Charles Daley Progressive Conservative
London North John Parmenter Robarts Progressive Conservative
London South John Howard White Progressive Conservative
Middlesex North William Atcheson Stewart Progressive Conservative
Middlesex South Harry Marshall Allen Progressive Conservative
Muskoka Robert James Boyer Progressive Conservative
Niagara Falls George Bukator Liberal
Nickel Belt Rhéal Bélisle Progressive Conservative
Nipissing Martin Leo Troy Liberal
Northumberland William Arthur Goodfellow Progressive Conservative
Ontario Matthew Bulloch Dymond Progressive Conservative
Oshawa T.D. Thomas Co-operative Commonwealth
Ottawa East Jules Morin Progressive Conservative
Ottawa South Irwin Haskett Progressive Conservative
Ottawa West Donald Hugo Morrow Progressive Conservative
Oxford Gordon William Innes Liberal
Parkdale James Beecham Trotter Liberal
Parry Sound Allister Johnston Progressive Conservative
Peel William Grenville Davis Progressive Conservative
Perth James Frederick Edwards Progressive Conservative
Peterborough Keith Roy Brown Progressive Conservative
Port Arthur George Calvin Wardrope Progressive Conservative
Prescott Louis-Pierre Cécile Progressive Conservative
Prince Edward—Lennox Norris Eldon Howe Whitney Progressive Conservative
Rainy River William George Noden Progressive Conservative
Renfrew North Maurice Hamilton Progressive Conservative
Renfrew South James Anthony Maloney Progressive Conservative
Leonard Joseph Quilty (1962) Liberal
Riverdale Robert William Macaulay Progressive Conservative
Russell Gordon Lavergne Progressive Conservative
Sault Ste. Marie Harry Lyons Progressive Conservative Died in 1962
Simcoe Centre George Graham Johnston Progressive Conservative
David Arthur Evans (1960) Progressive Conservative
Simcoe East Lloyd Averall Letherby Progressive Conservative
St. Andrew Allan Grossman Progressive Conservative
St. David Henry James Price Progressive Conservative
St. George Allan Frederick Lawrence Progressive Conservative
St. Patrick Archibald Kelso Roberts Progressive Conservative
Stormont Peter Thomas Manley Liberal
Sudbury Elmer Walter Sopha Liberal
Timiskaming Alexander Robert Herbert Progressive Conservative
Phillip Hoffman (1960) Progressive Conservative
Victoria Leslie Miscampbell Frost Progressive Conservative
Waterloo North John Joseph Wintermeyer Liberal
Waterloo South Raymond Munro Myers Progressive Conservative
Welland Ellis Price Morningstar Progressive Conservative
Wellington South Harry A. Worton Liberal
Wellington—Dufferin John Henry Haines Root Progressive Conservative
Wentworth Raymond Clare Edwards Liberal
Wentworth East Reg Gisborn Co-operative Commonwealth
Windsor—Sandwich Maurice Lucien Bélanger Liberal
Windsor—Walkerville Bernard Newman Liberal
Woodbine Kenneth Bryden Co-operative Commonwealth
York Centre Vernon Milton Singer Liberal
York East Hollis Edward Beckett Progressive Conservative
York North Addison Alexander MacKenzie Progressive Conservative
York South Donald Cameron MacDonald Co-operative Commonwealth
York West Leslie Rowntree Progressive Conservative
York—Humber William Beverley Lewis Progressive Conservative
York—Scarborough Richard Edward Sutton Progressive Conservative

References[edit]

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