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Libertarian Party of Canada candidates, 2008 Canadian federal election

 

Libertarian Party of Canada candidates, 2008 Canadian federal election

The Libertarian Party of Canada fielded 26 candidates in the 2008 federal election, none of whom were elected. A list of these candidates may be found here.[1]

Alberta

Calgary Centre-North

  • Jason McNeil

Calgary Southwest

Peace River

  • Melanie Simard

Wild Rose

  • Krista Zoobkoff

British Columbia

Burnaby--New Westminster

  • Ismet Yetisen

New Westminster--Coquitlam

  • Lewis Dahlby

North Vancouver

  • Tunya Audain[2]

Pitt Meadows--Maple Ridge--Mission

  • Jeff Monds

Port Moody--Westwood--Port Coquitlam

  • Rob Gillespie

Saanich--Gulf Islands

  • Dale Leier

Surrey North

  • Alex Joehl

Vancouver Centre

  • John Clarke

Vancouver Kingsway

  • Matt Kadioglu

Vancouver Quadra

  • Norris Barens

Ontario

Ajax--Pickering

  • Stephanie Wilson

Barrie

  • Paolo Fabrizio

Guelph

  • Phil Bender

Hamilton Centre

  • Anthony Giles[3]

Kitchener--Waterloo

  • Jason Cousineau

London North Centre

  • Trevor Murray

Markham--Unionville

  • Allen Small[4]

Ottawa South

Scarborough--Rouge River

  • Alan Mercer

Simcoe--Grey

  • Caley McKibben

St. Paul's

  • John Kittredge

Trinity--Spadina

Saskatchewan

Saskatoon--Rosetown--Biggar

  • Kevin Stricker[5]

References

  1. ^ http://www.libertarian.ca/english/libertarian-candidate-guidelines.html
  2. ^ http://tunya-libertarian.org/
  3. ^ http:/s.google.com/anthonygilesforhamiltoncenter/
  4. ^ http://www.libertarian.ca/english/candidates/A_Small.htm
  5. ^ http://www.kevinstricker.ca/
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