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  Ontario general election, 1867 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Ontario general election, 1867 was the first general election held in the newly-created Province of Ontario, Canada.
The election was held on September 3, 1867, to elect the 82 Members of the Legislative Assembly ("MLAs").
The Ontario Conservative Party, led by John Sandfield Macdonald, and the Ontario Liberal Party, led by Archibald McKellar, each won 41 seats.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ontario_general_election,_1867   (138 words)

  
 Ontario general election, 1902 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Ontario general election, 1902 was the tenth general election held in the Province of Ontario, Canada.
The Ontario Liberal Party, led by Sir George William Ross, formed the government for a ninth consecutive term, although with only a very slim, two-seat majority in the Legislature.
The Ontario Conservative Party, led by Sir James P. Whitney formed the official opposition.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ontario_general_election,_1902   (137 words)

  
 Omnipelagos.com ~ article "Ontario general election, 1951"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Ontario general election of 1951 was held to elect the 90 members of the Legislative Assembly (Members of Provincial Parliament, or "MPPs") of the Province of Ontario, Canada.
The Ontario Progressive Conservative Party, led by Leslie Frost, won a fourth consecutive term in office, increasing its caucus in the legislature from 53 in the previous election to 79 -- a solid majority.
The Ontario Liberal Party, led by Walter Thomson, lost six seats, but regained the role of official opposition because of the collapse of the CCF vote.
www.omnipelagos.com /entry?n=ontario_general_election%2C_1951   (184 words)

  
 The Ultimate Ontario general election, 1926 - American History Information Guide and Reference
The Ontario general election, 1926 was the seventeenth general election held in the Province of Ontario, Canada.
The Ontario Conservative Party, led by George Howard Ferguson, was re-elected for a second term in government, despite losing a few setas in the Legislature.
After the defeat of the United Farmers of Ontario in the previous election, the farmers organization decided to withdraw from electoral politics and most UFO MPPs redesignated themselves as Progressives with former UFO Attorney-General William Edgar Raney becoming party leader.
www.historymania.com /american_history/Ontario_general_election%2C_1926   (210 words)

  
 Howard Ferguson . Canada . Orange Order . Legislative Assembly of Ontario . London . Premier   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
First elected to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario in the List of Ontario general elections 1905 election, Ferguson served as Minister of Lands, Forest and Mines in the government of William Hearst from 1914 to 1919.
In the List of Ontario general elections 1923 election, the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario Ontario Conservative Party came to power under Ferguson s leadership by defeating the United Farmers of Ontario-Labour Party of Canada Labour coalition government of Ernest C. Drury.
It was re-elected in the List of Ontario general elections 1926 election with 72 seats, and in 1929 with 90 seats.
www.uk.fraquisanto.net /Howard_Ferguson   (502 words)

  
 The Ultimate Ontario general election, 1937 - American History Information Guide and Reference
The Ontario general election, 1937 was the twentieth general election held in the Province of Ontario, Canada.
The Ontario Liberal Party, led by Mitchell Hepburn, was re-elected for a second term in government, with a slightly reduced majority in the Legislature.
The Ontario Conservative Party, led by William Earl Rowe, was able to win six additional seats, and continued to form the official opposition.
www.historymania.com /american_history/Ontario_general_election%2C_1937   (114 words)

  
 Ontario general election, 1981 - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Ontario general election of 1981 was held to elect members of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, Canada.
The governing Ontario Progressive Conservative Party, led by William Davis, was re-elected for an eleventh consecutive term in office.
The Liberal Party, led by Stuart Smith, was able to maintain its standing in the Legislature, while the New Democratic Party, led by Michael Cassidy, lost a significant number of seats, allowing the Tories to win a majority.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Ontario_general_election%2C_1981   (201 words)

  
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The voters lists used during federal elections and referendums are produced from the National Register of Electors, a permanent database of Canadian citizens 18 years of age and older, qualified to vote in federal elections.
Once an election has been called, Elections Canada mails a Notice of Confirmation of Registration card to each elector whose name is in the National Register of Electors.
Immediately after the polling stations close, election officials count the ballots, and the results are announced on radio and television, and in the newspapers.
members.tripod.com /saontario/id60.htm   (1188 words)

  
 The Ultimate Ontario general election, 1871 - American History Information Guide and Reference
The Ontario general election of 1871 was the second general election held in the Province of Ontario, Canada.
The Ontario Liberal Party, led by Edward Blake, won a slim majority of the seats, and formed the government.
The Ontario Conservative Party, led by John Sandfield Macdonald, served as the official opposition.
www.historymania.com /american_history/Ontario_general_election%2C_1871   (89 words)

  
 The Ultimate Ontario general election, 1886 - American History Information Guide and Reference
The Ontario general election, 1886 was the sixth general election held in the Province of Ontario, Canada.
The Ontario Liberal Party, led by Oliver Mowat, won a fifth consecutive term in government and an increased majority in the Legislature.
The Ontario Conservative Party, led by William Ralph Meredith lost five of its seats.
www.historymania.com /american_history/Ontario_general_election%2C_1886   (91 words)

  
 ELECTIONS ONTARIO - General Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Chief Election Officer must be informed of any situations where tax credit receipts have been issued for contributions received by cheque, but the cheque has been returned N.S.F. and the contributor has not provided a replacement cheque which has been honoured by the bank.
However, if the partnership gives the Chief Election Officer a written attestation confirming that the tax credit receipt cannot be located and was not used for income tax purposes, permission may be given to reissue replacement tax credit receipts.
The Chief Election Officer has interpreted the purposes of the Election Finances Act to be the election of candidates to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario and activities necessarily incidental thereto.
www.electionsontario.on.ca /en/g22_en.shtml?nocache=true   (2341 words)

  
 Toronto Catalog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Ontario general election, 1898 was the ninth general election held in the Province of Ontario, Canada.
It was held on March 1, 1898, to elect the 94 Members of the Legislative Assembly ("MLAs").
The Ontario Liberal Party, led by Arthur S. Hardy, won an eighth term in office with a clear majority — the Patrons of Industry and the Protestant Protective Association held no sway in this legislature.
www.torontopost.biz /Info/?Ontario_general_election%2C_1898   (179 words)

  
 The Ultimate Ontario general election, 1934 - American History Information Guide and Reference
The Ontario general election, 1934 was the nineteenth general election held in the Province of Ontario, Canada.
The Ontario Liberal Party, led by Mitchell Hepburn, defeated the governing Ontario Conservative Party, led by George Stewart Henry.
The Co-operative Commonwealth Federation won a seat in the Ontario Legislature for the first time with the election of Samuel Lawrence in Hamilton East.
www.historymania.com /american_history/Ontario_general_election%2C_1934   (163 words)

  
 CBC - Ontario Votes 2003 - Parties
The Green Party of Ontario was constituted in the spring of 1987, and is part of a larger, international movement to bring the "protection, preservation, and restoration of the natural world" onto the mainstream political stage.
In this election, the Greens list their 10 key values as: sustainability; social justice; grassroots democracy; ecological wisdom; decentralization; non-violence; feminism; diversity, personal and global responsibility; and community-based economics.
It is fielding one candidate in the election (as of Sept. 12).
www.cbc.ca /ontariovotes2003/parties   (1295 words)

  
 Idealistic Pragmatist: Proportional representation FAQ   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
In general, I agree that Canada would be better off with an electoral system that retains the function of small local areas being represented by an MP or MLA/MPP.
In general, though, I agree that it's a good idea to prevent tiny, single-issue parties from gaining too much power, which is why it's a good thing that there are proportional systems that prevent these problems.
A list could be assembled through primary elections, or be composed of those who ran in riding elections but lost by a tiny portion of the vote.
idealisticpragmatist.blogspot.com /2005/11/proportional-representation-faq.html   (3057 words)

  
 The Ultimate Ontario general election, 1875 - American History Information Guide and Reference
The Ontario general election of 1875 was the third general election held in the Province of Ontario, Canada.
The Ontario Liberal Party, led by Oliver Mowat, increased its majority in the Legislature for its second term in government.
The Ontario Conservative Party, led by Matthew Crooks Cameron lost four of its seats.
www.historymania.com /american_history/Ontario_general_election%2C_1875   (90 words)

  
 VotersUnite!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Elections workers were unable to get into a database containing voters' registration numbers, voting histories, and information about whether a voter received an absentee ballot.
During the primary election, she said, a visually impaired voter became frustrated when he had difficulty following the lengthy and complicated screen navigation instructions.
Election officials said the number displayed shows the total number of votes ever cast on the machine.
www.votersunite.org /electionproblems.asp   (1781 words)

  
 Municipal Elections Act, 1996, S.O. 1996, c. 32, Sched.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
      (9) The Chief Election Officer or his or her designate shall, within 60 days of receiving notices under subsection (7), hold a hearing and dismiss the appeal or allow the appeal in whole or in part.  2000, c.
 (1) When it is necessary to conduct an election, the clerk shall appoint a deputy returning officer for each voting place established under section 45 and may appoint any other election officials for the election and for any recount that the clerk considers are required.  1996, c.
  (b)  the name of each non-resident elector shall be entered on the preliminary list for the voting subdivision in which the elector or his or her spouse is an owner or tenant of land.  1996, c.
www.e-laws.gov.on.ca /DBLaws/Statutes/English/96m32_e.htm   (8476 words)

  
 ELECTIONS ONTARIO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Fund-raising activities are organized activities held for the purpose of raising monies for a political party, constituency association, candidate or leadership contestant registered under the Act by whom or on whose behalf the activity is held.
The $100 contribution figure is the sum total of all goods or services provided by a single contributor during a year, or in the case of an election, during a campaign period.
While a federal political party organization or a municipal candidate may wish to be involved, there are strict limitations on the flow of funds between provincial political organizations and the federal party and a complete prohibition of any funds flowing between provincially registered organizations and municipal candidates.
www.electionsontario.on.ca /en/cp_guides_fundraising_en.shtml   (1774 words)

  
 List of Ontario general elections
Beginning with the 2003 election, Ontario elections are held every 4 years in October.
Ontario is the largest of Canada's ten provinces by population.
+ In 1943, the Conservative Party of Ontario became the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/l/li/list_of_ontario_general_elections.html   (75 words)

  
 Elections Canada defends error-plagued voters' list   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Duplication of names on the list meant Elections Canada thought there were 957,205 more eligible voters leading into the 2000 election than was actually the case.
That usually happens because they have moved from a different riding since the last election and somehow their change of address has not made it onto the voters' registry yet.
Eight recounts were requested after results were validated from the 2000 election, involving three ridings in Quebec, one in Ontario and four in Saskatchewan.
www.cbc.ca /story/election/national/2004/06/25/elxn2_kingsley040625.html   (1580 words)

  
 Cycle Ontario Alliance: 2005 Feb. 19 Annual General Meeting
An email list has been set up for open discussion and to receive your comments.
Cycle Ontario Alliance (Velo Ontario Cycling Alliance) has a nine (9) member Board with three (3) of the current members remaining on the 2005/06 Board to complete their 2 year term.
Suggestions for the outline include your name, resident of what municipality in Ontario, where you cycle in the Province, other relevant experience and key issues or future directions for Cycle Ontario.
www.cycleontario.ca /2005AGM   (447 words)

  
 AlterNet: The 10 Worst Corporations of 2004
Scientists have discovered that while Norvir is generally too toxic for safe use as a protease inhibitor (one category of anti-AIDS drugs), in lower doses it works well as a booster to increase the efficacy of other protease inhibitors.
With the antidepressant Paxil (generic name: paroxetine), the story was driven primarily from the United Kingdom, by the BBC program Panorama and a public interest group called Social Audit.
Robert Weissman is general counsel for Essential Inventions, a nonprofit mentioned in the Abbott profile.
www.alternet.org /story/21088   (6722 words)

  
 Science Fair Projects - Ontario general election, 1951
Science Fair Projects - Ontario general election, 1951
The social democratic Cooperative Commonwealth Federation, led by Ted Jolliffe, lost all but two of its previous 21.
One seat was won by the Labour-Progressive Party (which was the Communist Party of Ontario).
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Ontario_general_election%2C_1951   (307 words)

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