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Ronald Glen Hodgson

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Preceded by  New riding
Succeeded by  Riding dissolved
Died  December 12, 1996
Preceded by  Leslie Frost
Role  Politician
Constituency  Victoria—Haliburton
Name  Ronald Hodgson
Succeeded by  John Eakins
Constituency  Victoria

Party  Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario

Ronald Glen Hodgson (May 5, 1926 – December 12, 1996) was a politician in Ontario, Canada. He was a Progressive Conservative member in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1963 to 1975.



Hodgson was born in Haliburton, Ontario. His parents were C. Wesley Hodgson and Phyllis Dart, both born in Britain. In 1950 he married Shirley May Hamilton. Together they raised four children. He was a partner and owner of a logging operation in Haliburton county. He was an honorary member for 28 years in the Ontario Forest Products Accident Prevention Association. His nephew, Chris Hodgson was elected as Progressive Conservative member in the same riding in 1994.


He served as a councillor for the town of Dysart. He was elected in the 1963 provincial election in the riding of Victoria. He was re-elected in the redistributed riding of Victoria—Haliburton in the 1967 and 1971 elections. During his time in office he served as a backbench supporter of the governments of John Robarts and Bill Davis. He retired from politics in 1975.


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