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  Laurier, Sir Wilfrid
But his party's defeats in the elections of 1878 and 1882 meant a curb to his ambitions, though he himself was re-elected in Québec-Est, and he took less interest in political debate.
In 1885 his ardour was aroused by the hanging of Louis RIEL and he vigorously defended the cause of the Métis leader and the need to unite the French and English in Canada.
In 1887 Edward BLAKE, disappointed by the recent electoral defeat, chose Laurier to succeed him as leader of the Liberal Party, despite the opposition of a number of eminent Liberals.
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  Canadian federal election, 1891 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Canadian federal election of 1891 was held on March 5 to elect members of the Canadian House of Commons.
It was won by the Conservative Party of Sir John A. Macdonald.
This was Wilfrid Laurier's first election as leader of the Liberals.
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 Desi Hot OR Hot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
In the 2004 federal election, the Green Party fielded candidates in all 308 of the nation's ridings and received 4.3% of the popular vote.
Because Elections Canada and Canadian privacy law now forbids exchange of political party membership data, however, this rule is moot, and can only be enforced in a mutual and selective fashion on those who agree to let a party release their membership status.
The GPC is a member of the Federation of Green Parties of the Americas and recognized by the Global Greens as representing Canadian Greens federally.
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 canadian federal election   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Canadian federal elections are nation-wide votes that are held to decide who will govern Canada.
Elections are generally held in either the fall or spring.
Canadian election turn-out is generally higher than that in the United States but lower than in most European nations.
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 Green Party of Canada - the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
In the 2004 election, the Canadian BroadcastingCorporation and CTV Television Network refused toinvite the Green Party to their televised leaders debates.This sparked legal actions by the party, a petition by itssupporters to have it included, and strong statements bynon-supporters who believed it should be included on principle.
In the 2004 election, the partyreceived a significant increase in media coverage on the strengthof its 308 candidates, the platform, and a national leaders' tour.The party began to be included in almost all national politicalpolls.
Because Elections Canada and Canadian privacy law nowforbids exchange of political party membership data, however, thisrule is moot, and can only be enforced in a mutual and selectivefashion on those who agree to let a party release their membershipstatus.
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 Tupper, Sir Charles
Sir Charles Tupper was a delegate to all the Confederation conferences.
(He was the first president of the Canadian Medical Assn, 1867-70.) In 1855 he sought a seat in the NS Assembly as a Conservative, dramatically winning Cumberland County from the popular Reform politician, Joseph HOWE.
Blocked in the Commons, Tupper and the Conservatives suffered a stunning general election defeat in June, as Québec's returns were decisive.
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 Canada - MSN Encarta
Federal powers to overrule provincial governments rapidly faded from use, ensuring the provinces an important place in Canadian political life.
Canadian soldiers achieved notable victories, particularly at Vimy Ridge in the spring of 1917.
Meanwhile the Canadian Corps, commanded by Canadian general Arthur Currie, helped spearhead the final advances of Britain and its allies before an armistice ended the war in November 1918.
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 Canadian_federal_election,_2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The 2000 Canadian federal election was held on November 27, 2000.
The election was regarded as a great success by Prime Minister Jean Chrétien and the Liberal Party, but a failure for every other party.
On election night, controversy arose when a CBC producer's gratuitously sexist comment about Stockwell Day's daughter-in-law, Juliana Thiessen Day, was accidentally broadcast on the Canadian networks' pooled election feed from Day's riding.
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 Charles Tupper - Search View - MSN Encarta
In the election of 1874, Tupper was one of the few Conservatives to survive.
Tupper became prime minister on May 1 and called the election for June 23, an election that was fought mainly on the Manitoba issue.
British Canadians thought he should do far more, but in Québec he was losing votes to nationalists who thought Canada should not be involved at all.
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 Liberal Party of Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
In the 29 years after Canadian confederation, the Liberals were consigned to opposition, with the exception of one stint in government.
The 1988 Canadian election was notable for John Turner's strong opposition to the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement negotiated by Tory Prime Minister Brian Mulroney.
In the June 28th, 2004 federal election, Paul Martin was re-elected as the Prime Minister of Canada, despite fierce competition from Conservative Party leader Stephen Harper.
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 CBC - Canada Votes 2006 - Voter Toolkit
Federally appointed judges were allowed to vote for the first time in 1988, with mentally disabled people and prisoners serving less than two years in jail not far behind.
The Elections Canada definition of this term is almost poetic: "The place of ordinary residence of a person is the place that has always been, or that has been adopted as, his or her dwelling place, and to which the person intends to return when away from it.
The percentage of election expenses that can be reimbursed to parties has been increased from 22.5 to 60 per cent; the definition of reimbursable election expenses has been broadened to include polling; and the ceiling for expenses eligible for reimbursement has been increased as a result.
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 Canadian_federal_election,_1997   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The Canadian federal election of 1997 was held on June 2, 1997, to elect members of the Canadian House of Commons.
Chretien's decision to hold an early election (one of the shorter mandates when a majority government called an election) did not help, while Manitoba was still recovering from a devestating Red River Flood earlier in the year.
Commentators on election night even predicting a minority government, although the Liberals were secure in forming the next administration due to a divided opposition.
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 CBC.ca - The Greatest Canadian - Top Ten Greatest Canadians - Sir John A. Macdonald
During the election of 1863, Macdonald reportedly felt nauseous and became sick during a campaign speech.
In the 1874 election, the Conservatives lost to the Liberals, led by Alexander MacKenzie.
Canadian author, professor and historian Charlotte Gray uses her expertise at making history exciting to present an enthusiastic case for Sir John A. Macdonald.
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 Elections Canada On-Line | Past Elections
In the case of an election by acclamation, for instance, the number of registered electors on the lists for that electoral district was included in the total number of registered electors for some elections, but not for others.
Voter turnout figures have been corrected where appropriate: to estimate turnout in these cases, the total number of votes cast in a plural-member electoral district was divided by the number of members elected from that district (see Scarrow 1962).
This percentage rises to 70.9 when the number of electors on the lists is adjusted to account for electors who had moved or died between the enumeration for the 1992 referendum and the election of 1993, for which a separate enumeration was not carried out except in Quebec, as the 1992 electoral lists were reused.
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 New Democratic Party Summary
Over three election cycles, under the leadership of Audrey McLaughlin (1989-1995) — the first woman to be leader of a national political party in Parliament — in the first, and Alexa McDonough (1995-2003) over the next two, the party underwent a marked decline in popularity, a modest resurgence, and a modest decline in turn.
The NDP was routed in the 1993 election.
Those losses caused the federal NDP to be shut out in Saskatchewan for the first time since the 1965 election, despite obtaining 23% of the vote in the province.
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Federal supervisors and marshals were empowered by a statute of Congress to supervise elections in every state where members of Congress were to be elected.
It is said that 15,000 supervisors and deputy marshals surrounded the polls at the general election of 1876, and many state officers were punished by the Federal courts for alleged violations of both the national statute and state laws at that election.
The federal laws are carried out generally by the authority of each canton, and even the army is under the management of the cantons, the central government, however, making the regulations, appointing the superior officers, and having the command in the field.
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 wikien.info: Main_Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
In addition, a younger French Canadian candidate, Pierre Ducasse, gave such a stirring speech at the convention that it is hoped that he could be critical in gaining votes in Quebec where the party is typically weak.
In the election of June 28, 2004, the NDP won the third largest number of votes, behind the Conservative Party of Canada and the Liberal Party of Canada.
Unlike other federal parties, the NDP is integrated with its provincial and territorial party, such that a member of the federal party is a member of the provincial or territorial party where he or she resides.
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 HarpWeek | Elections | 1888 Overview
In January 1887, Cleveland further angered the GAR when he vetoed a bill expanding pension coverage to veterans whose disability was not traceable to Civil War military service and to dependent relatives of deceased veterans.
In December 1887, the president used his annual message to Congress to appeal for a reduction in the nation’s high tariffs, and an administration-backed bill was introduced into the House by Congressman Roger Mills in the spring of 1888.
The election of a leading trade reformer, editor Henry Watterson of the Louisville Courier-Journal, as chairman of the Resolutions Committee sparked a fierce debate on the topic.
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 Handbook of Texas Online:
The county is in the Rolling Plains vegetation area, with tall grasses and mesquite and live oak trees and is drained by the Canadian River and its numerous tributaries.
Settlers around Miami petitioned for county government, while cattlemen and settlers along the Canadian River in the northern part of the county framed a counter petition with Parnell, a small settlement in the northwestern part of the county, as proposed county seat.
The county was organized in January of 1889, and Miami was chosen as the county seat, but the election was declared fraudulent in December, and Parnell was chosen county seat instead.
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 The Canadian Dominion: A Chronicle Of Our Northern Neighbor Chapter IV. The Days Of Trial
But the Canadian Government, new to the tasks of empire and not as efficient in administration as it should have been, overlooked the necessity of consulting the wishes and the prejudices of the men on the spot.
The Canadian authorities rigidly enforced the rules barring inshore fishing, and in addition denied port privileges to deep-sea fishing vessels and forbade American boats to enter Canadian ports for the purpose of trans-shipping crews, purchasing bait, or shipping fish in bond to the United States.
He had done much to lower the level of Canadian politics; but this fault was forgiven when men remembered his unfailing courage and confidence, his constructive vision and fertility of resource, his deep and unquestioned devotion to his country.
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In the Canadian federal election of June 25,
The charismatic, intellectual, handsome, single, and fully bilingual Trudeau soon captured the hearts and minds of the nation, and the period leading up to the election saw such intense feelings for him that it was dubbed "Trudeaumania." At public appearances, he was confronted by screaming girls, something never before seen in Canadian politics.
Images of Trudeau standing fast to the rioters were broadcast across the country, and swung the election even further in the Liberals' favour as many English-speaking Canadians believed that he would be the right leader to fight the threat of Quebec separatism.
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 Christian_Heritage_Party_of_Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The party nominated candidates for the first time in the 1988 federal election, and ran numerous candidates in the 1993 and 1997 elections.
It was unable to field 50 candidates in the 2000 election and was consequently deregistered by Elections Canada, the government elections agency.
They claim to be Canada's only pro-life federal political party, and emphasize that Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms acknowledges "God" (in their interpretation meaning the Judeo-Christian God) in its preamble.
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Saskatchewan is represented in the Canadian Parliament by 14 elected representatives in the House of Commons and by six senators who are appointed by the federal government.
The Canadian Shield region in northern Saskatchewan was the home of ethnic groups that spoke Athapaskan: the Chipewyan, the Beaver, and the Slavey.
The territories were represented in the Canadian House of Commons for the first time in 1887 and in the Senate in 1888, the same year that the northwest council became a fully elective legislative assembly.
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 Canada's 2006 Election: A Chilling Echo of Bush's Republicans
In the 2006 election most of the original Reform-Alliance agenda which is still the basis of the current Conservative Party was almost entirely removed from their election platform--but there is no reason to believe that the party has actually turned its back on its original raison d'etre.
In the 2006 election campaign the Conservatives were evasive and unclear on the matter of the CBC, largely because they're fully aware of the broad public support for this institution.
Probably a major objective of a majority Conservative government will be to eliminate the federal taxpayer subsidy to political parties of a $1.75 per vote, per year, and to replace this with unlimited "donations" from corporations--just as in their ideological homeland, the land of the stars and stripes.
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 Historical Voter Turnout in Canadian Federal Elections - 1867-2004
However, it is important to note the fluctuations of the numbers and percentage of registered voters as a percentage of the whole Canadian population (as measured at the census prior to the election).
For example, the portion of Canadians under 15 years of age has dropped from 32.5% in 1941 to 19.1% in 2001; this figure is calculated from Census data available at Stats Canada.
With this change in demographics in mind, one actually should have seen an increase in the percentage of Canada's total population who vote in an election as the Canadian population aged.
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