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    Leslie Frost
    Leslie Frost Premier of Ontario.jpg
    The Hon. Leslie Miscampbell Frost
    16th Premier of Ontario
    In office
    May 4, 1949 November 8, 1961
    Ontario provincial government of Leslie Frost
    Cabinet post (1)
    PredecessorOfficeSuccessor
    Dana Porter Minister, Department of Economics
    1958 (February–April)
    James Allan
    Ontario provincial government of Thomas Kennedy
    Ontario provincial government of George A. Drew
    Cabinet posts (2)
    PredecessorOfficeSuccessor
    Robert Laurier Minister of Mines
    1943-1949
    Welland Gemmell
    Arthur Gordon Treasurer of Ontario
    1943-1955
    Dana Porter
    Academic offices
    Preceded by
    New position
    Chancellor of Trent University
    1967–1973
    Succeeded by