Legislative Assembly of Ontario facts for kids
The Legislative Assembly of Ontario is the legislature of the province of Ontario, Canada. It has the second largest number of members out of the provincial legislatures of Canada. It meets at the Ontario Legislative Building in Toronto, the provincial capital.
The Assembly was created in 1867 by the British North America Act. The Assembly is unicameral, meaning there is no upper house. There are 107 members of the assembly. Each member is elected from one electoral district. The party with the most members gets to choose the Premier of Ontario, who leads the government, and the Executive Council of Ontario, which is the cabinet. The leader of the second largest party in the assembly becomes the Leader of the Opposition.
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The Ontario Legislature and Queen's Park
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