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Port Arthur (provincial electoral district)

Port Arthur
Ontario electoral district
Defunct provincial electoral district
Legislature Legislative Assembly of Ontario
District created 1908
District abolished 1999
First contested 1908
Last contested 1999
Demographics
Census divisions Thunder Bay District
Census subdivisions Port ArthurThunder Bay

Port Arthur was a provincial electoral district in the Canadian province of Ontario, active from 1908 to 1999. The district was created out of the former Port Arthur and Rainy River district for the 1908 election, serving the city of Port Arthur and the surrounding area.

When the city of Port Arthur merged with the neighbouring city of Fort William in 1970 to create the current city of Thunder Bay, the district of Port Arthur and the corresponding electoral district Fort William continued as separate districts serving the new city.

For the 1999 provincial election, the government of Mike Harris redistributed provincial electoral districts to correspond to the same boundaries and names that were in use for the province's federal electoral districts. Port Arthur was merged at that time into the new district of Thunder Bay—Superior North.

Members of the Legislative Assembly

Parliament Years Member Party
12th 1908-1911     John James Carrick Conservative
13th 1911-1914     Donald Hogarth Conservative
14th 1914-1919
15th 1919-1923
16th 1923-1926     Francis Henry Keefer Conservative
17th 1926-1929     Donald Hogarth Conservative
18th 1929-1934
19th 1934-1937     Charles Winnans Cox Liberal
20th 1937-1943
21st 1943-1945     Frederick Oliver Robinson Cooperative Commonwealth Federation
22nd 1945-1948
23rd 1948-1951
24th 1951-1955     George Wardrope Progressive Conservative
25th 1955-1959
26th 1959-1963
27th 1963-1967
28th 1967-1971     Ron Knight Liberal
29th 1971-1975     Jim Foulds New Democratic Party
30th 1975-1977
31st 1977-1981
32nd 1981-1985
33rd 1985-1987
34th 1987-1990     Taras Kozyra Liberal
35th 1990-1995     Shelley Wark-Martyn New Democratic Party
36th 1995-1999     Michael Gravelle Liberal


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