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The Progressive Canadian Party (PC Party) | Le Parti progressiste canadien est un parti politique fédéral mineur au Canada.
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ENG: The Progressive Canadian Party (PC Party) (French: Parti progressiste canadien) is a minor federal political party in Canada. It is a centre/centre-right party that was officially registered with Elections Canada, the government's election agency, on March 29, 2004. Under provisions of the Canada Elections Act that took effect on May 14, 2004, parties were only required to nominate one candidate in order to qualify for official party status in the June 28, 2004 federal election. This meant that Progressive Canadian Party candidates were listed on the ballot alongside the party's name, rather than being designated as independents. The new PC Party aims to be the successor to the former Progressive Conservative Party. A few prominent figures are associated with this new party ...
〜のために2〜に対して   Attention given to the PC Party, by both Conservative and Liberal supporters, only shows most Canadians are into a balanced approach to politics., AndrewKSkinner
〜のために2〜に対して   The Progressive Canadian Party is the Tory party Canadians have always known; we are progressive-conservatives, the party of Sir John A. Macdonald and Confederation., BrianMarlatt
〜のために34〜に対して   I am strongly opposed. Progressive Canadian Party is quite bad choice. For instance, because it ... (if I wanted to write why it is bad, I wrote it here), negative
〜のために3〜に対して   There are no PCs in Canada at the federal level. The UnCanadian Harper government does not follow the ideals of the PCs but follow the ideology of Reform and Alliance, tgartner
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Michael Schmidt will run for the Ontario PC Party nomination


Michael Schmidt, the food freedom activist made famous through his battles in support of raw milk, is running for the Progressive Conservative nomination in Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound, Ontario. Recently, Schmidt conducted a self-interview. An excerpt: I am a Progressive Conservative in the truest sense of the word; conserving nature, conserving values, conserving basic rights, conserving the art of dialogue and debate. I am progressive because I have a vision for the future, a vision how we can return to basic core values, a vision how we can de-regulate, a vision how to return more ...


Culligan seeks PC nomination


Fredericton businessman and realtor Ian Culligan says he intends to seek the Progressive Conservative nomination for the riding of Fredericton-Silverwood. Culligan is a longtime resident of Fredericton and attended Devon School and Fredericton High School. A graduate of the New Brunswick Institute of Technology in Moncton, Culligan earned a bachelor degree in teaching and education from the University of New Brunswick and obtained his master's degree from the University of Ottawa. A retired civil servant, Culligan is the owner and president of Panda Consulting Services Inc., a firm ...


PC leader pledges to involve NBers in political process


Province: Alward reiterates desire to stop sale of NB Power assets to Quebec ROTHESAY - The heated debate over the NB Power deal was on the back burner Monday when provincial Progressive Conservative leader David Alward took the podium to speak to the Kennebecasis Valley business community. Alward, the keynote speaker at a Kennebecasis Valley Chamber of Commerce luncheon, said he wanted to use the opportunity to build a relationship with the crowd. "I am here giving people a chance to get to know who I am as the leader of the PC party," said the opposition leader. "What I felt was ...


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