8th Parliament of Upper Canada
The 8th Parliament of Upper Canada was opened 31 January 1821. Elections in Upper Canada had been held in July 1820. All sessions were held at York, Upper Canada and sat in the second Parliament Buildings of Upper Canada. This parliament was dissolved 22 June 1824.
The House of Assembly of the 8th Parliament of Upper Canada had four sessions 31 January 1821 to 19 January 1824: It sat at the second Parliament Buildings of Upper Canada until a fire destroyed it and moved to the York General Hospital.
|1st||31 January 1821||14 February 1821|
|2nd||21 November 1821||17 January 1822|
|3rd||15 January 1823||19 March 1823|
|4th||11 November 1823||19 January 1824|
- Archives of Ontario "The Statutes of Upper Canada and the Province of Canada 1792 to 1866 On Self-Service Microfilm". Archived from the original on 11 June 2011. Retrieved 2009-12-07.
- died on 30 June 1821 and Barnabas Bidwell was seated in his place in November 1821.
- Bidwell was unseated in January 1822 and replaced by Matthew Clark.
- unseated before he was ever seated; replaced by George Ham.
- unseated before he was ever seated.
- declared not elected on 24 March 1821 and David Pattee was seated in his place.