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Social Credit Party of Canada candidates, 1984 Canadian federal election

The Social Credit Party of Canada ran a number of candidates in the 1984 federal election, none of whom were elected.

Contents

  • Quebec 1
    • Richelieu: Rénald Bibeau 1.1
  • Ontario 2
    • Hamilton East: Vince G. Vostrez 2.1
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Quebec

Richelieu: Rénald Bibeau

Rénald Bibeau listed himself as a day-worker.[1] He received 202 votes (0.42%), finishing sixth against Progressive Conservative candidate Louis Plamondon.

Ontario

Hamilton East: Vince G. Vostrez

Vostrez listed himself as a supervisor with National Steel Car. It is possible that he is the same person as "Vaclav George Vostrez", a steelworker who twice campaigned for the Social Credit Party in Hamilton East during the 1960s. For reasons of convenience, a single electoral history has been provided for both names.

Electoral record
Election Division Party Votes % Place Winner
1963 federal Hamilton East Social Credit 240 4/4 John Munro, Liberal
1965 federal Hamilton East Social Credit 103 4/4 John Munro, Liberal
1984 federal Hamilton East Social Credit 102 0.27 4/6 Sheila Copps, Liberal

See also

References

  1. ^ History of Federal Ridings since 1867: RICHELIEU (1984/09/04), Parliament of Canada, accessed 13 August 2009. See also "List of candidates across Canada for Sept. 4 ballot", Globe and Mail, 8 August 1984, 10, where his name is listed as "Raynald Bibeau".
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