Western Block Party


Western Block Party
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Le Western Block Party est un parti politique canadien enregistré le 30 décembre 2002 qui milite pour l'indépendance des quatre provinces de l'Ouest canadien, soit la Colombie-Britannique, l'Alberta, la Saskatchewan et le Manitoba.

Il n'a jamais fait élire de candidat et il récolte moins de 1 % du vote national. Le chef du parti est Doug Christie. à l'élection de 2006 le parti a présenté quatre candidats soit :

  • Dans la circonscription de Esquimalt/Juan de Fuca -- Doug Christie
  • Dans la circonscription de Saanich Îles Gulf -- Patricia O'Brien
  • Dans la circonscription de Victoria -- Bruce Burnett
  • Dans la circonscription de Vegreville/Wainwright -- Robert Kratchmer

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