Darcy McKeough

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  1. "78 in Tory Blue Wave -- 23 Is All Grits Save". The Windsor Star . Windsor, Ontario, Canada. September 26, 1963. p. 25.
  2. "Tories win, but..." The Windsor Star . Windsor, Ontario, Canada. October 18, 1967. p. B2.
  3. "Riding-by-riding returns in provincial election". The Globe and Mail . October 23, 1971. p. 10.
  4. "Table of vote results for all Ontario ridings". The Globe and Mail . September 19, 1975. p. C12.
  5. "Ontario provincial election results riding by riding". The Globe and Mail . June 10, 1977. p. D9.
  6. "Five added to Cabinet by Robarts". The Globe and Mail . November 25, 1966. p. 1.
  7. Dafoe, John (November 24, 1967). "Just one new member is shuffled into Robarts Cabinet". The Globe and Mail . p. 8.
  8. "Two Lakehead cities will be joined Jan. 1, McKeough announces". The Globe and Mail . January 28, 1969. p. 1.
  9. "Robarts resigning as Premier; Davis considered leading contender". The Globe and Mail . December 9, 1970. p. 1.
  10. Newman, Donald (February 12, 1971). "McKeough designates himself compromise choice". The Globe and Mail . p. 8.
  11. Munro, Ross H. (February 13, 1971). "Beats Lawrence by 44 votes: Davis New Ontario PC Leader: McKeough aid a key factor". The Globe and Mail . p. 1.
  12. Manthorpe, Jonathan; Slinger, John (March 2, 1971). "Changes in policies promised: Davis priorities to include environment and jobless". The Globe and Mail . p. 1.
  13. Zaritzky, John (August 28, 1972). "McKeough approved subdivision of land he had financial interest in". The Globe and Mail . p. 1.
  14. Manthorpe, jonathan (September 1, 1972). "'Satisfied I have personally done nothing wrong,' McKeough resigns from Cabinet". The Globe and Mail . p. 3.
  15. Webster, Norman (July 5, 1973). "McKeough back in Cabinet as new Minister of Energy". The Globe and Mail . p. 5.
  16. "2 ministers plagued by recent illnesses to take on new Cabinet responsibilities". The Globe and Mail . January 15, 1975. p. 31.
  17. Oziewicz, Stan (August 17, 1978). "Brash Darcy McKeough seeks 'something new' with room at the top". The Globe and Mail . p. 5.
  18. "15 Torontonians among 80 named to Order of Canada". Toronto Star . January 7, 1994. p. A12.
  19. Paikin, Steve (November 30, 2023). "Remembering Darcy McKeough, Ontario's 'minister of everything'". TVO . Retrieved December 2, 2023.
Darcy McKeough
OC
Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario
In office
1963–1967