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Question #178811

How do the actions of the Canadian Party show common values and beliefs during the time of Confederation?

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2021-04-12T12:35:28-0400

The Canada Elections Act defines a political party as "an organization one of whose fundamental purposes is to participate in public affairs by endorsing one or more of its members as candidates and supporting their election." Forming and registering a federal political party are two different things.

The unified Conservative Party generally favors lower taxes, small government, more transfer of federal government powers to the provinces modelled after the Mesh Lake Accord and a tougher stand on law and order issues.


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