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List of Ontario general elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Number of seats won by major parties at each election
Number of seats won by major parties at each election

This article provides a summary of results for the general elections to the Canadian province of Ontario's unicameral legislative body, the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. The number of seats has varied over time, from 82 for the first election in 1867, to a high of 130 for 1987, 1990 and 1995 elections. There are currently 124 seats. As of December 2016, Ontario elections are held every 4 years on the first Thursday in June.[1]

Results by general election

Results by General Election
Year/Incoming Premier Labour Liberal [A] NDP [B] Progressive Conservative [C] United Farmers [D] Independent Other Total seats
2018
Doug Ford in Toronto - 2018 (41065995960) (cropped).jpg
Doug Ford 7 40 76 1 Green 124
2014
Hon Kathleen Wynne MPP Premier of Ontario (cropped).jpg
Kathleen Wynne 58 21 28 107
2011
Dalton McGuinty Crop 2.jpg
Dalton McGuinty 53 17 37 107
2007 71 10 26 107
2003 72 7 24 103
1999
Mike Harris 2014.jpg
Mike Harris 35 9 59 103
1995 30 17 82 1 130
1990
Bob Rae.jpg
Bob Rae 36 74 20 130
1987
David Peterson (2005).jpg
David Peterson 95 19 16 130
1985 48[E] 25 52[a] 125
1981
Bill Davis Toronto 1984.jpg
Bill Davis 34 21 70 125
1977 34 33 58 125
1975 36 38 51 125
1971 20 19 78 117
1967
John Robarts, Premier of Ontario.jpg
John Robarts 28 20 69 117
1963 24 7 77 108
1959
Leslie Frost Premier of Ontario.jpg
Leslie Frost 22 5 71 98
1955 11 3 84 98
1951 8 2 79 1 Labor-Progressive 90
1948
GeorgeDrew.jpg
George A. Drew 14 21 53 2 Labor-Progressive 90
1945 14 8 66 2 Labor-Progressive 90
1943 16 34 38 2 Labor-Progressive 90
1937
Mitch Hepburn.jpg
Mitchell Hepburn 66 23 1 90
1934 1 69 1 17 1 1 90
1929
Howard Ferguson.jpg
Howard Ferguson 1 14 92 1 4 Progressive 112
1926 1 23 74 3 11 Progressive 112
1923 4 14 75 17 1 111
1919
Ernest Drury.jpg
Ernest Drury 11 29 25 45 1 Soldier 111
1914
James Whitney.jpg
Sir James Whitney 1 26 84 111
1911 1 22 83 106
1908 1 19 86 106
1905 29 69 98
1902
George William Ross.jpg
Sir George William Ross 50 48 98
1898
Arthur Sturgis Hardy.jpg
Arthur Hardy 51 43 94
1894
Oliver Mowat.jpg
Sir Oliver Mowat 58 30 1 5 Patrons of Industry (3); P.P.A. (2) 94
1890 55 36 91
1886 57 32 1 90
1883 50 37 1 88
1879 57 31 88
1875 51 37 88
1871
Edward Blake.jpg
Edward Blake 43 37 1 Conservative-Liberal 82
1867
John S Macdonald-crop.jpg
John Sandfield Macdonald 41 41
Notes
A Includes all results for Liberal-P.P.A., Liberal-Patron, Liberal-Equal Rights, Liberal-Temperance, Liberal-United Farmers and Liberal Independent.
B Includes all results for Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (Ontario Section) (CCF) prior to 1961.
C Includes all results for Progressive Conservatives (from 1943), Conservative–Equal Rights, Conservative-Patron, Conservative–P.P.A., Liberal-Conservative and Conservative Independent.
D Includes all results for Labour-United Farmers.
E Although they had fewer seats than the Conservatives, the Liberals formed a minority government with the support of the NDP.

See also

References

  • "Composition Of Legislature Following Ontario General Elections (1867 - 1902)". Elections Ontario. Government of Ontario. Archived from the original on 2010-12-10. Retrieved 2006-12-21.
  • "Composition Of Legislature Following Ontario General Elections (1905 - 1937)". Elections Ontario. Archived from the original on 2007-06-18. Retrieved 2006-12-21.
  • "Composition Of Legislature Following Ontario General Elections (1943 - 1975)". Elections Ontario. Archived from the original on 2007-06-18. Retrieved 2006-12-21.
  • "Composition Of Legislature Following Ontario General Elections (1977 - 2003)". Elections Ontario. Archived from the original on 2007-06-18. Retrieved 2006-12-21.
  1. ^ Despite winning the election, they were defeated in the legislature by the Liberal Party and their support from the NDP.

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