Beaches—East York (provincial Electoral District) - Members of Provincial Parliament

Members of Provincial Parliament

Parliament Years Member Party
see Beaches—Woodbine, Don Mills, and York East prior to 1999
37th 1999-2001 Frances Lankin New Democratic
2001-2003 Michael Prue New Democratic
38th 2003-2007
39th 2007-2011
40th 2011–present

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