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The Queen's provincial representatives: Lieutenant Governors

There is one Lieutenant Governor for each province, who acts as a representative for Her Majesty the Queen of Canada for that province. The Lieutenant Governor is appointed by the Governor General, on the advice of the prime minister (usually having consulted with the provincial premier). There are ten Lieutenant Governors at the moment:

  • His Honour the Hon. David C. Onley, O.Ont., Lieutenant Governor of Ontario
  • His Honour the Hon. Pierre Duchesne, Lieutenant Governor of Québec
  • His Honour the Hon. Graydon Nicholas, O.N.B., Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick
  • Her Honour the Hon. Mayann Francis, O.N.S., Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia
  • His Honour the Hon. Philip S. Lee, C.M., O.M., Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba
  • His Honour the Hon. Steven Point, O.B.C., Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia
  • His Honour Col. (Ret'd) the Hon. Donald Ethell, O.C., O.M.M., A.O.E., M.C., C.D., Lieutenant Governor of Alberta
  • His Honour the Hon. Gordon Barnhart, S.O.M., Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan
  • Her Honour the Hon. Barbara Hagerman, O.P.E.I., Lieutenant Governor of Prince Edward Island
  • His Honour the Hon. John Crosbie, P.C., O.C., O.N.L., Q.C., Lieutenant Governor of Newfoundland and Labrador
Members of the Senate of Canada

There are 105 members of the Senate of Canada, each of whom is responsible for the representation of an entire province (senators of Québec, however, are responsible only for a senatorial district, and not Québec as a whole). Senators are appointed by the Governor General on the advice of the prime minister. For current senators, please see sources and related links.

Members of the House of Commons of Canada

There are 308 members of the House of Commons, elected to the House using single-member plurality. Each member of the House of Commons represents one electoral district of a province. The Government of Canada must always have the support of the House of Commons, else the Government is expected to resign, or to seek a dissolution of Parliament for a general election. For current members of the House of Commons, see sources and related links.

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Your member of provincial parliament is the person that you vote for. Your member of provincial parliament is the person that you vote for.

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Members of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario are styled Members of the Provincial Parliament (MPPs).

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