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  Communist Party of Canada
The Communist Party of Canada was founded in 1921 at a secret meeting held in a barn in Guelph, Ont, by 3 representatives from the Communist International and 21 Canadians.
During the 1930s, the communists in Canada and in the United States were successful in organizing a number of industries under the new Congress of Industrial Unions (CIO).
Dr Norman BETHUNE was another Communist who became a hero to the anti-fascist cause in the Spanish Civil War and to the Chinese in the Chinese Revolutionary War.
www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com /index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=A1ARTA0001810   (1115 words)

  Communist Party of Canada
The party was originally organized in 1921, after the virtual collapse of the One Big Union, under the name of "The Workers' Party of Canada", and was affiliated with the Third Communist International, with headquarters in Moscow, Russia.
But gradually the real character of the aims of the Communist party, which contemplated the use of force in achieving revolution, came to be appreciated by the labour unions; and after a prolonged struggle between 1925 and 1929 the Communists were expelled from most of the regular labour organizations in Canada.
In 1928 the Communist party of Canada sent delegates to the congress of the Third International and the meeting of the Red International labour unions in Moscow.
www2.marianopolis.edu /quebechistory/encyclopedia/CommunistPartyofCanada.htm   (375 words)

 Hannah Middleton - Communist Parties Discuss Resistance to Capitalist Globalisation and War
Communist and Workers' Parties from all over the world, including the Communist Party of Australia, met in Athens on June 19 and 20 to exchange views and examine strategies in the fight against capitalist globalisation and war.
The Parties at the conference were largely agreed on their analysis of the imminent and great danger to the world as a result of corporate globalisation and the imperialist war drive.
The reservations and skepticism that certain parties express towards the main duty of the CPs, to form a distinct pole of cooperation, is not due to hesitation based on negative experiences which, in their view, appeared in the framework of the Communist International.
www.mltoday.com /Pages/CPs/CommunistViews/Middleton-CPsConf03.html   (2030 words)

 Canada Election 2004 Voter Guide: Political Parties - Communist Party of Canada
The CPC explains that in "...a socialist Canada, the principal means of producing and distributing wealth will be the common property of society as a whole." Thus, again, those who used to make money by employing the capital that they owned will be forced to work for a living.
This tug of war, claims the CPC (and communism in general) ultimately explodes, with the workers resorting to a revolution to overthrow capitalism and all it entails.
The CPC prevailed in an appeal from the Ontario Court of Appeal's decision, to the Supreme Court of Canada in December of 2002.
www.mondopolitico.com /elections/canada2004/parties/communist.htm   (1493 words)

 Horton Journal of Canadian History
Canada, unfortunately being one of the 19 nations involved in the attempted quell of this uprising, was also hit with a wave of labour activism.
One of the many developments of the communist party to combat poverty was the Trade Union Educational League (TUEL), spreading awareness of the instrumental purposes of the trade unity.
During the world war, Communists were accused (and in many cases this was correct) of holding contrasting opinions throughout the war regarding Canada’s involvement, as a result of the shiftiness of the Soviet Union.
www.angelfire.com /ns2/hjch2001/Degaust.htm   (1287 words)

 Communist Party of Canada - Definition, explanation
The Communist Party of Canada is a communist political party in Canada.
The Communist party was organized with great secrecy in a barn near the city of Guelph, Ontario, in May 1921.
Although the party was banned, affiliated groups such as the Workers' Unity League, the Relief Camp Workers Union, and the National Unemployed Workers Association played a significant role in organizing the unskilled and the unemployed in protest marches and demonstrations and campaigns such as the "On to Ottawa Trek".
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/c/co/communist_party_of_canada.php   (2346 words)

 The Constitution of the Communist Party of Canada
Party member is one who accepts and works to carry out the program and policies of the Party as determined by this constitution and by Convention, carries out Party decisions, belongs to a club, pays dues regularly and supports the Party financially.
Party member, club or committee, disagreeing with a decision of a Club, Ward territory, City Committee, Region or Province, has the right to appeal that decision to the next higher body and may carry the appeal to the highest body of the Party, its Central Committee and the Convention.
Party members shall set an example of sex equality in the social and political life and in the home and in the workplace, and must oppose all forms of patriarchy and gender discrimination.
www.communist-party.ca /docs/constitutionbody.html   (6351 words)

 Labour Party of Canada
The Federated Labour Party was created by the British Columbia Federation of Labour in 1920 absorbing the Social Democratic Party and part of the Socialist Party of Canada.
In 1924, the Canadian Labour Party was formed by a coalition of the Federated Labour Party, Workers Party of Canada (the legal face of the Communist Party of Canada, and local labour councils.
The Progressive Party of Canada was effectively a coalition of farmer and labour groups.
www.guajara.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/l/la/labour_party_of_canada.html   (616 words)

 Communist Party of Canada — Saskatchewan » Podcasts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Communist Party of Canada — Saskatchewan » Podcasts
The 35th Central Convention of the Communist Party of Canada condemns the dictatorial assault on the Canadian Wheat Board and prairie grain farmers by the Harper Conservatives, who aim to dismantle the single-desk selling authority of the CWB.
This is the contribution of Communist Party of Canada leader Miguel Figueroa.
communist-party-sk.ca /?cat=3   (371 words)

 Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist) - Definition, explanation
The Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist) (CPC-ML) is a Canadian federal political party whose platform is the promotion of socialism.
The Internationalists were initially a Maoist student group but, as a result of their growth, they declared themselves a formal political party on March 31 1970 and changed their name to the Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist).
The party first ran candidates for the Canadian House of Commons during the 1974 federal election but has had to run them as candidates of the "Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada" after Elections Canada ruled that the party's preferred name was too close to that of the Communist Party of Canada.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/c/co/communist_party_of_canada__marxist_leninist_.php   (1353 words)

 Canada Communist Party (Marxist-Leninist) / Parti communiste du Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Canada Communist Party (Marxist-Leninist) / Parti communiste du Canada (marxiste-léniniste), founded in 1970, was registered with Elections Canada as the Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada / Parti marxiste-léniniste du Canada for the federal election of 2004.
In 1999, the party celebrated the 60th anniversary of the birth of its founder, Hardial Bains (1939-1997) and erected the party's commemorative monument in the national cemetary of Beechwood, in Ottawa.
The party flag shall represent the banner of sacrifice and progress, as well as the emblem of the overthrowing of the exploiters and everything behind the times and oppressive.
www.crwflags.com /fotw/flags/ca}cpcml.html   (256 words)

 Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist) Information
The Internationalists were initially a Maoist student group but, as a result of their growth, they declared themselves a formal political party on March 31 1970 and adopted the name Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist).
CPC-ML reoriented itself as an anti-revisionist party upholding the legacy of Enver Hoxha and the Party of Labour of Albania until the collapse of the Communist Albania in 1992.
Its Eighth Party Congress was be held in 2005 with the theme ""Laying the Foundations for the Mass Communist Party"[1], but the congress was delayed due to the Federal Election[2].
www.bookrags.com /Communist_Party_of_Canada_%28Marxist-Leninist%29   (1273 words)

 Lenin and Canada
The campaign to establish the new party was the first broad public call upon Canadian radicals to turn their backs on the ideological confusion and the political nihilism of syndicalism and the sectarian sterility of the SPC and the SLP.
A Marxist convention was proposed; to replace Socialist Party sectarianism, syndicalist irresponsibility, and to replace the myth that secession was the only weapon by which reactionary bureaucracy in the trade unions could combated, by systematic revolutionary activity within the trade unions and in all working-class organizations.
Inspired and guided by Lenin, the founding convention of the Worker’s Party of Canada had turned away from the sectarianism and defeatism of the past, confidently to the future with the aim of proletarian unity in the struggle for socialism.
www.marxists.org /history/international/comintern/sections/canada/buck-tim/lenin-canada/ch03.htm   (2122 words)

 babble: The Communist Party of Canada
If a party failed to field at least 50 candidates in an election they were de-registered and all of their assets were seized by the government.
The delegation paid homage to Comrade Hardial Bains, the Party's beloved founder and leader, and to all those comrades whose names are inscribed on the monument, honouring their contributions to the political movement of the people for the creation of a society which places human beings at centre stage.
Seems the CPC has a problem with open democratic debate on their own forum.At last count the forum had hundreds of members.seems the CPC considers them to "dumbed down"to folow a debate or understand the issue of Quebec independence.As of today the forum has been down for over 3weeks.
www.rabble.ca /babble/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic&f=1&t=001648   (5176 words)

 Copyright information — CPC
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www.communist-party.ca /legal/copyright.html   (1287 words)

 Trafford Publishing: Canadian Bolsheviks: The Early Years of the Communist Party of Canada
The new Communist Party, formed between 1919 and 1921, quickly became the largest party on the left, with strong roots and influence in the unions and basic industry.
The Communist Party abandoned the program it had adopted in its early years, and turned its back on its principles.
The organization still called itself Communist, but it was now "Tim Buck's Party." It had been transformed from a revolutionary party into an agent of the new ruling caste in Moscow.
www.trafford.com /robots/04-1623.html   (621 words)

 Freedom Party of Canada: Home
However, Freedom Party of Ontario's executive believed that it was still necessary both for the party's philosophy to be communicated, and for Freedom Party to continue to address federal issues such as those addressed by the Criminal Code of Canada.
To ensure that Freedom Party of Ontario's move toward the building of an electoral party would not involve the sacrifice of advocacy concerning its philosophy and its position on federal issues, two new organizations were formed to carry out those functions.
However, the Conservative Party of Canada having failed to win a majority of the seats in Parliament, it has decided to compromise its philosophy (to the extent is had one) and to negotiate terms for the passage of its various policy legislative initiatives...even (especially?) with the New Democratic Party of Jack Layton.
www.freedomparty.ca /htm/en/home.htm   (1992 words)

 Red Menace: Communist Party of Canada 2007 Congress: A Trotskyist analysis for Young Communist League members
The Communist Party of Canada (CPC) and the Young Communist League (YCL) have recently launched a discussion of party policy in preparation for the upcoming party congress in Toronto in February 2007.
Even though they admit that Canada is an imperialist nation and that monopoly capital is the order of the day, the CPC leaders have invented a new theory which allows them to sidestep the teachings of Marxism and hide their heads in the sand.
Communist Party of Canada 2007 Congress: A Trotsky...
redmenace-benson.blogspot.com /2007/01/communist-party-of-canada-2007-congress.html   (3064 words)

 An exchange of letters on Stalinism, Trotskyism and the Communist Party of Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
There is no doubt that the Stalinist communist parties (that is those who decided to stay under the sway of the CPSU) made serious errors in internal party democracy and economic policy and held back revolutionary forces around the world in the attempt to spare the Soviet Union further attacks on its existence.
At least from the German Communist Party's ignominious capitulation to Hitler in 1933 on, the CPSU and Comintern sought not just to constrain the struggles of the working class, but to sabotage and suppress them.
The CPC, on the other hand, seeks to tie the working class to a national program, by urging Canadian workers to make common cause with those sections of capital threatened by competition with larger and more-technically advanced foreign rivals and to defend the reactionary and outmoded Canadian nation-state.
www.wsws.org /articles/1999/mar1999/cpc-m09.shtml   (1610 words)

 Communist Party of Britain - for peace and socialism
The Young Communist League is the youth wing of the Communist Party of Britain and member of the World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY).
Moldova - Communist Party of the Republic of Moldova
Britain's communists are proposing a left wing programme for consideration by the labour and progressive movements.
www.communist-party.org.uk /index.php?file=links   (483 words)

 Communist Canada
The 1930s became a heyday for the Communist Party of Canada, which was founded in 1921.
Many of the members of the Party were leaders in the trade unions and during the Depression successfully unionized a number of industries.
Communist Party leader Tim Buck and seven others were convicted under the Code.
history.cbc.ca /history/?MIval=EpisContent.html&series_id=1&episode_id=13&chapter_id=3&page_id=3&lang=E   (649 words)

 International IDEA | Canada Links   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Communist Party of Canada (CPC) / Parti Communiste du Canada
Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist) (CPC(M-L)) / Parti Communiste du Canada (Marxiste-Léniniste) (PCC(M-L))
Libertarian Party of Canada / Parti Libertarien du Canada
www.idea.int /links/links_canada.cfm   (216 words)

 Socialist History Project
A decade later, the Communist Party of Canada was in a state of collapse.
The CPC abandoned the program it had adopted in its early years, walked out of the unions, and isolated itself in a mindless binge of sectarian ultraleftism that deprived it of all allies and left it wide open to attack.
The Communist Party of Canada was transformed, at the end of its first decade, from a revolutionary party into a border guard for the Soviet Union.
www.socialisthistory.com /Publications/pubs.htm   (1369 words)

 Communist Party of Canada (Saskatchewan)
The Communist Party of Canada (Saskatchewan) was a communist political party in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.
It nominated candidates for the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan in provincial elections between 1938 and 1986.
Until 1960, the party used the name, Labour Progressive Party, in recognition of a war-time ban on the Communist Party and later sensitivity to the communist label.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/c/co/communist_party_of_canada__saskatchewan_.html   (91 words)

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