Almanac: Ontario Election Info

Find detailed past election results, political party leader profiles and related features and cartoons for provincial elections in Ontario.

2007 Election Results and Current Party Standings


table id="voter-data-table" cellspacing="0" summary="Current Political Party Standings in Ontario"> Political Parties

<th scope="col">2007</th>
<th scope="col">Voter %</th>
<th scope="col">Current</th>

Liberal Party 71 42.19

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Almanac: Tim Hudak

Tim Hudak is leader of the Official Opposition and leader of the Progressive Conservative Party. He has represented the new riding of Niagara West—Glanbrook since 2007. Previously, he represented the riding of Niagara South.

Hudak won his party’s leadership race in June 2009. He replaces former leader John Tory, who resigned after failing both to win a seat in the provincial legislature, and failing to lead the Tories to electoral victory in 2007.

Hudak became a Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) at the young age of 27.

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Almanac: Dalton McGuinty

Find a detailed profile of Dalton McGuinty, Premier of Ontario and Leader of the Ontario Liberal Party. McGuinty is also the member of the provincial parliament in the riding of, Ottawa—South.

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Almanac: Elizabeth May

Find a detailed biography of Elizabeth May, leader of the federal Green Party of Canada.

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Almanac: Jack Layton

Find a in-depth biography of the Honourable Jack Layton, Leader of the Federal New Democratic Party of Canada.

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2003 Ontario General Election

Feature by Jay Makarenko || Sep 1, 2003


p>On October 2, 2003, Ontario voters changed the landscape of politics in their province by electing Dalton McGuinty and the Ontario Liberal Party to government.

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