Liberal Party of Canada leadership elections
The first three leaders of the Liberal Party of Canada were not chosen at a leadership convention. Alexander Mackenzie (March 1873 – April 1880) and Edward Blake (May 1880 – June 1887) wer...
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New Democratic Party (Canada) leadership elections
New Democratic Party leadership elections, more commonly known as leadership conventions, are the process by which the Canadian New Democratic Party elects its leader.Before 2003, when a modified one ...
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Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario leadership election, 1961
A Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario leadership election was held on October 25, 1961 to replace retiring Progressive Conservative leader and incumbent premier Leslie Frost. The party selected...
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British Columbia New Democratic Party leadership elections
This page covers the results of leadership elections in the British Columbia New Democratic Party (known as the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation before 1961).
On July 5, 1936, CCF parliamentar...
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Wildrose Alliance Party leadership election, 2009
The 2009 leadership election for the Wildrose Alliance Party of Alberta began on June 6, 2009, when leader Paul Hinman officially announced his resignation as leader of the party. This was the third l...
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Quebec Liberal Party leadership elections
Note: Before 1938, the leaders of the Quebec Liberal Party were chosen by the party caucus.
(Held June 11, 1938)Télesphore-Damien Bouchard and Édouard Lacroix withdrew before balloting.
Nova Scotia New Democratic Party leadership elections
This page lists the results of leadership elections held by the Nova Scotia New Democratic Party. The position of party leader was not officially created until the 1966 convention . From the Nova NDP...
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New Democratic Party leadership election, 2012
An election for the leadership of the New Democratic Party (NDP), a social democratic party in Canada, was called for March 24, 2012, in order to elect a permanent successor to Jack Layton who had die...
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British Columbia New Democratic Party leadership election, 2011
The British Columbia New Democratic Party leadership convention of 2011 was prompted by Carole James's announcement on December 6, 2010 that she would be resigning as leader of the party. The convent...
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New Democratic Party leadership election, 2003
The New Democratic Party leadership election of 2003 was held to replace New Democratic Party of Canada leader Alexa McDonough, after her retirement. It ended on January 25, 2003, with the first ballo...
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Liberal Party of Canada leadership election, 2003
The 2003 Liberal Party of Canada leadership election ended on November 14, 2003, electing former Finance Minister Paul Martin as the party's new leader, replacing outgoing Prime Minister Jean Chrétien...
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Progressive Conservative leadership elections
The first Progressive Conservative Party of Canada leadership election was held in 1927, when the party was called the Conservative Party. Prior to then the party's leader was chosen by the caucus.The...
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Nova Scotia Liberal Party leadership elections
This page lists the results of leadership elections held by the Nova Scotia Liberal Party. Before 1930 leaders were chosen by the caucus.
(Held on October 1, 1930)(Note: Conflicting accounts exist...
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Progressive Conservative Association of Nova Scotia leadership election, 2006
The Progressive Conservative Association of Nova Scotia leadership election of 2006 was held on February 11, 2006 to select a replacement for John Hamm, as Premier of Nova Scotia and leader of the Pro...
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New Democratic Party of Prince Edward Island leadership elections
The New Democratic Party of Prince Edward Island has held numerous leadership elections in its history.
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Ontario Liberal Party leadership election, 1943
The Ontario Liberal Party held a leadership election in 1943 to choose a permanent replacement to Mitchell Hepburn who had been forced to resign at the end of 1942. Because the Ontario Liberal Party w...
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Progressive Conservative leadership election, 1993
The 1993 Progressive Conservative leadership election was held on June 13, 1993, to choose a leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada. Kim Campbell won the vote in the second ballot. She...
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New Brunswick New Democratic Party leadership election, 2007
The New Brunswick New Democratic Party held a leadership election, following the resignation of Allison Brewer, on November 6, 2006 subsequent to their previous convention on September 25, 2005.The Ne...
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Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario leadership election, 1990
The 1990 Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership election was a leadership convention held in May 1990 to elect a new leader for the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party. Two candidates vied for...
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Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba leadership elections
The Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba (previously known as the Conservative Party of Manitoba) has had several contested races to determine its leadership. These have all occurred by voting ...
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Yukon Party
The Yukon Party (in French: Parti du Yukon), is a conservative political party in Yukon, Canada. It was previously known as the Yukon Progressive Conservative Party.
With Prime Minister Brian Mulr...
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Conservative Party of Canada leadership election, 2004
The 2004 Conservative Party of Canada leadership election took place on March 20, 2004, in Toronto, Ontario, and resulted in the election of Stephen Harper as the first leader of the new Canadian Cons...
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