MPPs are your representatives in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario

There are currently 124 seats in the Legislature. Each seat represents a riding in Ontario. Members of provincial Parliament (MPPs) are elected to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario by citizens in their riding. 


Find your riding

The number of ridings (electoral districts) in Ontario has increased from 107 to 124. For the 2018 general election, you might have a new riding or the boundaries of your electoral district might have changed.

Need help finding your riding? Use Election Ontario's Find an electoral district tool (external site).

Member roles


The premier appoints MPPs from the governing party to serve as ministers. Ministers are the head of a government department or ministry. 

Current ministers

Parliamentary assistants

Parliamentary assistants are MPPs that have been appointed by the Premier to help ministers. Parliamentary assistants are chosen from the governing party. 

Current parliamentary assistants

Opposition critics

Opposition critics are responsible for scrutinizing the actions and administration of a specific portfolio. MPPs who are part of the official opposition or a recognized party are given the role of opposition critic. 

Current opposition critics

Party members

Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario

Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario: 73 members

New Democratic Party of Ontario

New Democratic Party of Ontario: 40 members

Ontario Liberal Party

Ontario Liberal Party: 5 members

Green Party of Ontario

Green Party of Ontario: 1 members


Independent: 3 members

Expense reports

Members Expense report

Information about payments made to MPPs for travel, accommodation, meals, and hospitality expenses are posted online.

The Speaker of the Legislative Assembly is responsible for posting members' expense reports and opposition leaders and their staff expense reports online.

Learn more about expense disclosures


All MPPs

Information about every member that has served Ontario since the 1st Parliament in 1867.

Find dates of service and parliamentary roles for past and present members of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. Search by a member’s last name or by Parliament and date.

Past MPPs can find information and support at the Ontario Association of Former Parliamentarians (external site).

Historic Legislative Chamber