Political Parties in Canada

Political Parties in Canada

Political Parties provide the basis for the Canadian government. These parties help Canadian decide for which particular party they ought to vote while making choices at times of elections. The people can decide which candidate to vote for, and which party they wish to form the government.

Political Parties also structure most of work of the legislaturevby organizing the members into disciplined blocs.

Registered Political Parties        

.   Alliance of the North.

.     Animal Protection Party of Canada

.     Bloc Quebecois

.     Christian Heritage Party of Canada

.     Communist Party of Canada

.     Conservative Party of Canada

.     Green Party of Canada

.     Liberal Party of Canada

.    Libertarian Party of Canada

.    Marijuana Party

.    Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada

.    New Democratic Party

.    Progressive Canadian Party

.    Rhinoceros Party

Deregistered Political Parties

.   Canadian Action Party (involuntary deregistration, sec 402)

.   Canada Party (involuntary deregistration, sec 415(3))

.   First Peoples National Party of Canada (voluntary deregistration, sec 414)

.   Forces et Democratie (involuntary deregistration, sec 415(3))

.   National Advancement Party of Canada (voluntary deregistration, sec 414)

.   Natural Law Party of Canada (voluntary deregistration, sec 414)

.   Newfoundland and Labrador First Party (involuntary deregistration, sec 410,415)

.   Party for Accountability competency and Transparency (voluntary deregistration, sec 414)

.   People’s Political Power Party of Canada (involuntary deregistration, sec 409)

.   Pirate Party of Canada (involuntary deregistration, sec 413(a))

.   Seniors Party of Canada (involuntary deregistration, sec 413(b))

.   The Bridge Party of Canada (involuntary deregistration, sec 402)

.   United Party of Canada (voluntary deregistration, sec 414)

.   Work less Party (voluntary deregistration, sec 414)

.   Western Block Party (involuntary deregistration, sec 410(3))

Political Parties That Lost Their Eligibility to Become Registered.

.   National Alternative Party of Canada (sec 389(2))

.   The Ontario Party of Canada (sec 389(2))

.   Absolutely Absurd Party (sec 386, withdrawal of application)

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