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Encyclopedia > List of Canadian political parties
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Politics of Canada
Political parties in Canada
Elections in Canada:
1867 - 1872 - 1874 - 1878 - 1882
1887 - 1891 - 1896 - 1900 - 1904
1908 - 1911 - 1917 - 1921 - 1925
1926 - 1930 - 1935 - 1940 - 1945
1949 - 1953 - 1957 - 1958 - 1962
1963 - 1965 - 1968 - 1972 - 1974
1979 - 1980 - 1984 - 1988 - 1993
1997 - 2000 - 2004 - 2005 - Sum.
Provincial results

A political party is a political organization subscribing to a certain ideology or formed around very special issues with the aim to participate in power, usually by participating in elections.

See political party for a more comprehensive discussion.

2.1 Alberta

2.2 British Columbia

2.3 Manitoba

2.4 New Brunswick

2.5 Newfoundland and Labrador

2.6 Nova Scotia

2.7 Nunavut

2.8 Ontario

2.9 Prince Edward Island

2.10 Quebec

2.11 Saskatchewan

2.12 Yukon

Federal parties

The general rule on naming applies. That means: the parties are named in the English translation and the original native name is placed on the first line of the article unless the native form is more commonly used in English than the English form. Rationale and specifics: See: Wikipedia:Naming conventions (use English).

In contrast with the political party systems of many nations, Canadian parties at the federal level are often only loosely connected with parties at the provincial level, despite having similar names.

Political parties with representation in the Canadian Parliament

See also: Canadian federal election, 2004

Other registered parties

Unregistered parties

Historical parties that elected MPs, MPPs or MLAs

See also: Liberalism in Canada

Other historical parties that nominated candidates

Other historical parties

Provincial and territorial parties


Parties represented in the Legislative Assembly

Other registered parties

Historical parties

British Columbia

Parties represented in the Legislative Assembly

Other parties that have formed government

Other parties

Historical Parties



Parties represented in the Legislative Assembly

Other parties

Historical parties

New Brunswick

Parties represented in the legislature

Historical parties

Newfoundland and Labrador

Parties represented in the House of Assembly

Other registered parties

Historical parties

Nova Scotia

Parties represented in the Legislative Assembly

  • Nova Scotia Liberal Party
  • Nova Scotia New Democratic Party
  • Progressive Conservative Association of Nova Scotia

Other parties

Historical parties


Parties represented in the Legislative Assembly

  • None - the territory runs on a consensus government model and no parties are represented in the Assembly.


Parties represented in the Legislative Assembly


  Results from FactBites:
Western Canada Concept Party of British Columbia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (323 words)
The Western Canada Concept Party of BC is a provincial political party in British Columbia, Canada.
It was the British Columbia branch of the Western Canada Concept, a political party that operated at the federal level, advocating the separation of the four western provinces of Canada and the formation of a new country comprising British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
In the October 22, 1986 election, the party nominated one candidate, who won 322 votes, or 0.02% of the popular vote.
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