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Speakers of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, 1867-1984

Kathleen Finlay

Speakers of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, 1867-1984

by Kathleen Finlay

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Published by Legislative Library, Research and Information Services in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ontario. Legislative Assembly -- Speakers.,
  • Ontario. Legislative Assembly -- Biography.,
  • Ontario. Legislative Assembly -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Kathleen Finlay ; with research assistance by Debra Forman.
    ContributionsForman, Debra, 1956-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJL274.S65 F56 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 134 p. :
    Number of Pages134
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2633708M
    ISBN 100772902895
    LC Control Number85206088

    "Whose servant I am": speakers of the assemblies of the province of Upper Canada, Canada and Ontario, by The Legislative Library of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario contributes to the effective functioning of the Legislative Assembly by providing information and research services to MPPs, legislative. Legislative Assembly of Ontario Contact Phone Number is: +1 and Address is Wellesley Street West, Toronto, ON M7A 1A2, Canada Legislative assembly of Ontario is a Canadian legislative assembly that makes Law for Ontario, a provinces of Canada. It is the second largest provincial legislature of Canada and housed at the Ontario Legislative .

    General index to the journals and sessional papers of the Legislative Assembly, Ontario, , 52 to 63 Vict., also, Index to the divisions in House and list of appendixes to journals, to , 31 to 63 Vict.   Remarks By Dalton McGuinty, Premier Of Ontario On Premier's Awards For Teaching Excellence Statement to the Legislative Assembly CHECK AGAINST DELIVERY May 5, P.M.

    Legislative Assembly of Manitoba. The Legislative Assembly is an independent entity, separate from the Government of Manitoba. The 57 Members of the Assembly are elected in single-member constituencies to represent the people of Manitoba. Manitoba's Legislative Building is reputed to be one of the most impressive public buildings in North America. Bilingual Communications Officer Legislative Assembly of Ontario July – Present 10 years 4 months. Toronto, Ontario. Managing communications initiatives for Title: Bilingual Communications .


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