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 Election of Officers of Labor Organizations
Elections required to be held as provided in the title are to be conducted in accordance with the validly adopted constitution and bylaws of the labor organizations insofar as they are not inconsistent with the provisions of the Act.
Where a union holds primary elections or similar procedures for eliminating candidates prior to the final vote in connection with regular elections subject to these provisions, the primary election or other procedure must be conducted in accordance with the same standards required under the Act for the final election.
In union elections as in political elections, the good judgment of the members in casting their votes should be the primary determinant of whether a candidate is qualified to hold office.
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 Election Resources on the Internet: Federal Elections in Canada - Elections to the House of Commons
In the ensuing January 23, 2006 general election, the Liberals were defeated by the Conservatives, who emerged as the largest party in the House of Commons, although well short of an absolute majority.
The Reform Party (which became the Canadian Alliance in 2000) displaced the Progressive Conservatives as the major right-wing force at the federal level, but the party was unable to mount an effective challenge to the Liberals, who dominated Canadian federal politics from 1993 to 2006.
Between 1962 and 1980, eight federal elections were held in Canada, five of which (1962, 1963, 1965, 1972 and 1979) resulted in minority governments, as no party won an absolute majority of seats in the House of Commons.
electionresources.org /ca   (2310 words)

 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.
www.sfu.ca /~aheard/elections/historical-turnout.html   (602 words)

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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.
en-cyclopedia.com /wiki/1968_Canadian_election   (518 words)

 Canadian federal election, 1957 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Canadian federal election of 1957 was held June 10, 1957, to elect members of the 23rd Parliament of the Canadian House of Commons.
In addition, Western Canadians felt alienated from a government that they believed was dominated by Ontario and Quebec interests.
This was the first Canadian election to be televised, and while only a minority of Canadians owned a television, most got some opportunity to see the candidates they were voting for.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Canadian_federal_election,_1957   (893 words)

 Canadian Women Voters Congress Networking
The Canadian Women Voters Congress has created the only pan- partisan listserv to keep women who are involved in the political scene up to date.
The Canadian Women Voters Congress reserves the right to reject posts that may be of bad taste or considered to be political issue based platforming.
Elections Canada The non-partisan agency responsible for the conduct of federal elections and referendums
www.canadianwomenvoterscongress.org /Networking2.htm   (678 words)

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It would be a stretch to call the election of 1921 a critical election since five years later the Progressives were able to elect only 20 MPs, and by the end of the decade, their national organization was moribund.
Other "slightly less than critical elections" and the election of 1993: Until 1993, Canadian federal elections tended to work in favor of the Liberals because of the party's ability to campaign, win, and satisfy the voters of Ontario and Quebec, in which two-thirds of the population lived.
However, these victories were not all that spectacular; a perusal of the distribution of parliamentary seats after the elections of 1957, 1958, 1962, and 1963 reveal a momentary "blip" in electoral support for the Conservatives which peaked in 1958.
www.duke.edu /~tjs/ontarioelections/OntarioElectionStudy/11-17.doc   (4417 words)

 Canada Time Line
Canadians are victorious at the Battle of Queenston Heights (Oct. 13).
Liberals under Laurier (the first French Canadian prime minister) win federal election partly on the Manitoba Schools Question, though his compromises are not instituted until 1897.
Canadians vote "no" in a referendum seeking popular support for the Charlottetown Agreement, intended as a corrective to the Canadian Constitution in the wake of the failed Meech Lake Accord (Oct. 26).
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He resigned from Federal politics in 1925 and returned to lead the New Brunswick Conservative Party in the provincial election of 1925.
His party was elected and Baxter became Premier of the province and served in this office and as Attorney-General of the province until 1931, when he retired from politics for good to accept an appointment to the Supreme Court of New Brunswick and in 1935 he became the Chief Justice of the province.
He was appointed as a justice of the Supreme Court of Ontario in 1935 and of the Court of Appeal in 1950.
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 Canada: History, Geography, Government, and Culture — Infoplease.com
Canada is a federation of ten provinces (Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, and Saskatchewan) and three territories (Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Nunavut).
The conflict led to elections in Nov. 1988 that solidly reelected Mulroney and gave him a mandate to proceed with the agreement.
The national election in Oct. 1993 resulted in the reemergence of the Liberal Party and the installation of Jean Chrétien as prime minister.
www.infoplease.com /ipa/A0107386.html   (2105 words)

 Lecture #17 for a Course in Canadian Economic Development
Canadian federation has been regarded as a model of such arrangements because it has worked despite enormous challenges.
The failure of the federal government to obtain consent from the provinces at the end of World War II to centralized economic decision-making necessary for national macro-economic management.
Extensive public hearings leading to a meeting of federal and provincial ministers at Charlottetown in August, 1992, which produced a new agreement incorporating most of the Meech Lake provisions plus new measures to ensure that Quebec's representation in the federal legislature would be protected.
www.chass.utoronto.ca /~echist/lec17.htm   (1420 words)

 canadiancafe: Voting candidates off the island???
She twice sought election to the Canadian House of Commons as a candidate of the Liberal Party of Canada.
In the Alberta General Election of 1917, she was nominated as a Non-Partisan League (an agrarian movement) candidate, running and winning on a prohibition ticket.
A lifelong advocate for rural Canadian women and children, Parlby was president of the United Farm Women of Alberta from 1916-1919.
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 Log Cabin Chronicles Peter Black's 2004 Federal election in Quebec column
Minority government scenarios being spun at this early stage of the federal campaign in Canada assume the Conservatives will do well in Ontario and in the west but be shut out in Quebec.
Heward Grafftey was a one-man Eastern Townships Tory fortress for seven elections since riding the Diefenbaker wave in 1958.
In that election the Liberals won 67 seats in Quebec, giving Pierre Trudeau the base with which he staged his legendary comeback in 1980.
www.tomifobia.com /black/quebecelection_2004.shtml   (751 words)

Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women, Women in Politics: Becoming Full Partners in the Political Process (Ottawa: Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women, 1987).
the 1968 Federal Election in Ontario," in Kruhlak, 267-283.
Gerald L. Caplan, The Dilemma of Canadian Socialism: The CCF in Ontario (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1973).
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 deepsouth » Hello, my name is Canadian Medicare, I am broken   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Things took time to develop, but by 1946 the Canadian federal government was looking at national hospital care programs and President Truman had sent a bill creating a publically funded health services plan to the congress.
As a result most provinces responded positively when the federal government introducing a capital funds subsidy program for provincially managed hospital construction in 1953 and set national standards as a condition for federal subsidy of a provincially administered hospital insurance program in 1957.
Although no Canadian can legally be denied services, legal exceptions exist for those who opt out of the system and real exceptions exist for those who fail to pay premiums or otherwise follow the rules but aren’t street people or highly visible for other reasons.
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 Canadian Nobel Winners
In 1941 he became minister-counselor at the Canadian Legation in Washington and became ambassador in 1945.
He signed the NATO treaty in 1949 and headed the Canadian delegation to NATO until 1957 and the Canadian Delegation to the UN from 1946 to 1956.
Pearson became Prime Minister of Canada when the Liberals won the federal election of 1963 and was Prime Minister until 1968.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/life_in_canada/19402/2   (437 words)

 Cerberus: April 2006   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
That this House demand the Prime Minister instruct all federal government buildings to immediately lower all Canadian flags to half-mast to recognize the tragic death of Lieutenant Chris Saunders yesterday on the HMCS Chicoutimi.
Canadians, not just the politicians, have sacrificed our defence budget to other concerns and Mark's voice has been among the strongest but most thoughtful (as opposed to the warhawk/warmonger yammering from the usual chickenhawk crowd) on raising our awareness to reverse this trend.
Harper is entirely focused on election campaigning and, with the NDP, on descimating the Liberal Party, not governing.
canadiancerberus.blogspot.com /2006_04_01_canadiancerberus_archive.html   (7952 words)

 CNN.com - Is Canada's veteran Prime Minister outstaying his welcome? - November 19, 2000
Chretien, 66, called a November 27 election to capitalize on the relative inexperience of his right-wing opponent from Western Canada -- using the same tactics as 75-year-old prime minister Louis St. Laurent did in 1957.
In 1957 the Liberals were so confident St. Laurent would take them to a third successive win that they joked they would "run him stuffed" if they had to.
In 1957 the word was that 'Diefenbaker can't win, so I'll use my vote to strengthen the opposition'.
archives.cnn.com /2000/WORLD/americas/11/19/canada.election.reut   (880 words)

 Egwald Statistics — Canadian Elections — 2004
To this end, I collected data and calculated percentages for the 18 Canadian elections between 1949 and 2004.
Notice that the number of elections = 18, which equals the number of observations.
Since we are interested in the extent to which the four regions determine the winning party in a Canadian election, the number of independent variables = 4 (number of regions: E, OQ, P and BC).
www.egwald.com /statistics/canadianelections2004.php   (462 words)

 phillyBurbs.com | Election 2000
Said he was disappointed by federal approval of the abortion pill but did not think a president could overturn it.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - It didn't take Florida's election supervisors long Wednesday to go from smiling because they were rid of election 2000 to plotting their next move: using the presidential race to change the state's voting system.
Election tension sparks S.D. (AP) - The tension surrounding the presidential election prompted an unusually curt exchange between two politicians in South Dakota.
www.phillyburbs.com /election2000/news   (11332 words)

 Canada 2004 · Voter Turnout · Canadian Federal Election 2004
In many general elections, several electoral districts were won by acclamation, hence, no eligible voters nor actual votes were recorded.
Furthermore, in some of the more remote districts, votes were cast but no voters' lists had been prepared.
It does not endorse and is not responsible for the content of external sites.
www.nodice.ca /election2004/voterturnout.html   (92 words)

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The 1979 Canadian election resulted in the defeat of
1980 election, in which the PCs were defeated by the resurgent Trudeau Liberals.
This election was the last that the Social Credit Party would win seats.
en-cyclopedia.com /wiki/1979_Canadian_election   (172 words)

 Canadian Election Results: 1867-2004
Source: Party Candidates and Votes: Library of Parliament; Turnout: Elections Canada
Notes: Percentages may not add up to 100 due to rounding.
**Note that the official voter turnout figure in 2000 is 61.2%, but that Elections Canada later realized that this was based on a voters' list that was artificially inflated by almost a million duplicate names.
www.sfu.ca /~aheard/elections/1867-2004.html   (127 words)

 Canadian Census and Election Data, 1908-1968
This data collection contains seven files of Canadian census and election data, each corresponding to a particular electoral period when the number of constituencies was fixed.
The election data include information on the total valid vote cast and the percentage of the total vote received by each of the major parties, including the Conservative, Liberal, Socialist, Labor, Independent, Progressive, CCF, Social Credit, NDP, and Creditiste parties, as well as a total for all other parties.
Detailed file-level information (such as LRECL, case count, and variable count) may be found in the file manifest.
webapp.icpsr.umich.edu /cocoon/ICPSR-STUDY/00039.xml   (376 words)

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