List of official candidates: thirty-fifth general election, October 25,1993.
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List of official candidates: thirty-fifth general election, October 25,1993.

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Published by Chief Electoral Officer in Ottawa .
Written in English

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  • Electioneering -- Canada.,
  • Elections -- Canada -- Candidates, 1993.

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Open LibraryOL22109111M

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The New Democratic Party of Canada ran a full slate of candidates in the federal election, and won nine seats out of This brought the NDP below official party status in the House of Commons of Canada for the first, and to date only time in its history.. Many of the party's candidates have their own biography pages; information about others may be found here. Source: Thirty-fifth General Election, Official Voting Results, Published by the Chief Electoral Officer of Canada. Financial figures taken from the official contributions and expenses submitted by the candidates, provided by Elections ion: Laval University, University of Montreal. Source: Thirty-fifth General Election, Official Voting Results, Published by the Chief Electoral Officer of Canada. Financial figures taken from official contributions and expenses provided by Elections cal party: Green Party of Canada. Jon Gerrard PC MLA (born Octo ) is a politician in Manitoba, was a Member of Parliament (MP) from to , and was a secretary of state in the government of Jean was the leader of the Manitoba Liberal Party from until , and the member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba for River Heights since

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  While the party has only run candidates in province of Quebec, it has been able to win significant numbers of seats in the House, such that it formed the Official Opposition in the general election of Octo The Green Party of Canada has also gained a larger profile in Canada’s contemporary party system. Formed in , the party. The Canadian federal election of (officially, the 35th general election) was held on October 25 of that year to elect members to the Canadian House of Commons of the 35th Parliament of Canada. Fourteen parties competed for the seats in the House at that time. It was one of the most eventful elections in Canada's history, with more than half of the electorate switching parties from the. The Canadian federal election (officially, the 35th general election) was held on October 25 of that year to elect members to the House of Commons of Canada of the 35th Parliament of Canada. Fourteen parties competed for the seats in the House at that time. It was one of the most eventful elections in Canada's history, with more than half of the electorate switching parties from the. Parliamentary Historical Resources (). Parliamentary Diplomacy Parliamentary Diplomacy - Home; Speakers' Activities.