Who is the MPP in Ontario?

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The Province of Ontario has 107 MPPs (Members of Provincial Parliament).

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How many mpps are in ontairo?

There are 107 MPP's for Ontario

Who is the MPP of Ontario?

MPP stands for Member of the Provincial Parliament. In Ontario, there is one MPP for each electoral district. Each MPP represents the constituents of his or her district in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. As such, there is not one MPP in Ontario, but rather 107 MPPs.

When did John Craig - Ontario MPP - die?

John Craig - Ontario MPP - died in 1898.

When was John Craig - Ontario MPP - born?

John Craig - Ontario MPP - was born in 1843.

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John Richardson - Ontario MPP - was born in 1844.

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How many members of Ontario provincial parliament are there?

there is 107 MPP's in Pntario

What is the name of my province representative in Ontario?

Each riding has its own member of the provincial parliament (MPP). Since you have not told us which riding you are in, we cannot tell you who your MPP is.

What is the name of mpp in Ontario?

In political terms, MPP means member of the provincial parliament. There are ten provincial parliaments in Canada, and they each have lots of members, so there is not just one MPP in Canada. Perhaps you would like to know who the Prime Minister of Canada is; at the present time (September 2011) it is Stephen Harper.

In what city does the premier of Ontario work?

The Premier of Ontario works in Toronto, the capital of Ontario. As an MPP, the Premier also has a riding office. Dalton McGuinty's riding is Ottawa South, in Ottawa.

Who is my Ontario Councillor?

There is no such thing as an Ontario councillor. There are MPP's who are members of Provincial Parliament and city councillors who members of city hall council.

What part of the political party is my MPP called?

In the Province of Ontario, "MPP" stands for "Member of Provincial Parliament." There are 107 members of Ontario's Provincial Parliament. Three political parties are represented by elected members of Ontario's Provincial Parliament: Liberal Party, Progressive Conservative Party and New Democratic Party. Click on the link below, which will take you to the government website listing all MPPs, the ridings they represent, and their political affiliations.