East York - List of The Reeves and Mayors of East York

List of The Reeves and Mayors of East York

The chief executive of East York was the Reeve from 1924 to 1966, and the Mayor from 1967 to 1998.

Reeves

  • 1924–1925 Robert Barker
  • 1926 R. H. Macgregor
  • 1927–1933 R. M. Leslie
  • 1934–1935 John Warren
  • 1936 Arthur Henry Williams – later a CCF MPP and MP for nearby Ontario riding.
  • 1937–1948 John Warren
  • 1950–1956 Harry G. Simpson
  • 1957–1960 Jack R. Allen
  • 1961–1966 True Davidson

Mayors

  • 1967–1971 True Davidson
  • 1973–1975 Willis L. Blair
  • 1976 Leslie Howard Saunders
  • 1977–1982 Alan Redway – later federal Progressive Conservative MP
  • 1983–1992 David Johnson later Progressive Conservative MPP
  • 1993–1998 Michael Prue – later Toronto city councillor and current NDP MPP

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