Glen Murray (politician)

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Glen Murray
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Murray campaigning in 2010
Member of the Ontario Provincial Parliament
for Toronto Centre
In office
February 4, 2010 September 1, 2017
Ontario provincial government of Kathleen Wynne
Cabinet posts (3)
PredecessorOfficeSuccessor
Jim Bradley Minister of the Environment and Climate Change
2014–2017
Chris Ballard
Bob Chiarelli Minister of Infrastructure
2013–2014
Brad Duguid
Bob Chiarelli Minister of Transportation
2013–2014
Steven Del Duca
Ontario provincial government of Dalton McGuinty
Cabinet posts (2)
PredecessorOfficeSuccessor
John Milloy Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities
2011–2013
John Milloy
John Milloy Ministry of Research and Innovation
2010–2011
Reza Moridi
(2013)