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People's Front (British Columbia)

People's Front
Active provincial party
Leader Charles Boylan
Headquarters 26-3313 Dewdney Trunk Rd.
Port Moody, British Columbia
V3H 2E4
Ideology Marxist–Leninism
Communism
Colours Red
Politics of British Columbia
Political parties
Elections

The People's Front is the British Columbia, Canada wing of the Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada.

In the 2001 British Columbia election, it nominated 11 candidates, received a total of 720 votes (0.34% of the vote in the ridings in which they ran, and 0.05% of the province-wide vote). The PF candidates ran last in all but one of 11 ridings, and no candidate won more than 1% of the popular vote.

The party nominated five candidates for the 2005 election. They won a total of 383 votes (0.02% of the province-wide vote).

The current leader of the People's Front is Charles Boylan.

Contents

  • Election results 1
  • Finances 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Election results

Election Candidates Total votes Popular vote Riding Candidate Votes Popular vote
in riding
1986 8 1,502 0.08%
Surrey-Newton Santokh Dhesi 37 0.13%
Vancouver Centre Brian Sproule 144 0.21%
Vancouver East Joseph Theriault 94 0.13%
Vancouver-Little Mountain Dorothy Jean O'Donnell 128 0.16%
Vancouver-Little Mountain Allan H. Bezanson 111 0.14%
Vancouver-Point Grey Allen Soroka 120 0.14%
Vancouver South Charles Boylan 513 0.66%
Vancouver South Harbhajan Cheema 355 0.46%
2001 11 720 0.05%
Abbotsford-Mount Lehman David MacKay 46 0.25%
Cariboo North Al Charlebois 24 0.15%
Cariboo South Bruce Broomfield 83 0.50%
Richmond-Steveston Edith Petersen 21 0.10%
Vancouver-Burrard Joseph Theriault 40 0.17%
Vancouver-Fairview Brian Sproule 76 0.33%
Vancouver-Hastings Charles Boylan 119 0.63%
Vancouver-Kingsway Donna Petersen 81 0.49%
Vancouver-Langara Michael Hill 51 0.29%
Vancouver-Point Grey Anne Jamiesonx 43 0.18%
Yale-Lillooet Dorothy-Jean O'Donnell 136 0.84%
2005 5 383 0.02%
Bulkley Valley-Stikine Frank Martin 41 0.32%
Comox Valley Barbara Biley 49 0.17%
Vancouver-Kensington Charles Boylan 99 0.47%
Vancouver-Kingsway Donna Petersen 77 0.39%
Yale-Lillooet Dorothy-Jean O'Donnell 115 0.66%
2009 4 401 0.02%
Chilliwack-Hope Dorothy-Jean O'Donnell
Comox Valley Barbara Biley 120 0.41%
Vancouver-Hastings Donna Petersen 75 0.38%
Vancouver-Kingsway Charles Boylan 112 0.67%

Source:

  • "Statement of Votes: 1871-1986" (PDF).  
  • "Statement of Votes: 37th Provincial General Election" (PDF).  
  • "Statement of Votes: 38th Provincial General Election" (PDF).  
  • "Statement of Votes: 39th Provincial General Election" (PDF).  

Finances

Annual Financial Report
Year Income Expenses Assets Reference
2000 $0 $20 $0 [1]
2001 $1,303 $1,286 $17 [2]
2002 $90 $90 $17 [3]
2003 $94 $111 $0 [4]
2004 $0 $0 $0 [5]
2005 $0 $0 $0 [6]
2006 $0 $0 $0 [7]
2007 $0 $0 $0 [8]
2008 $0 $0 $0 [9]
2009 $0 $0 $0 [10]
2010 $0 $0 $0 [11]
Election Expenses
Election Income Expenses Surplus/Deficit Reference
2001 $375 $357 $18 [12]
2005 $0 $0 $0 [13]
2009 $0 $0 $0 [14]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Annual Financial Report: People's Front" (pdf).  
  2. ^ "Annual Financial Report: People's Front" (pdf).  
  3. ^ "Annual Financial Report: People's Front" (pdf).  
  4. ^ "Annual Financial Report: People's Front" (pdf).  
  5. ^ "Annual Financial Report: People's Front" (pdf).  
  6. ^ "Annual Financial Report: People's Front" (pdf).  
  7. ^ "Annual Financial Report: People's Front" (pdf).  
  8. ^ "Annual Financial Report: People's Front" (pdf).  
  9. ^ "Annual Financial Report: People's Front" (pdf).  
  10. ^ "Annual Financial Report: People's Front" (pdf).  
  11. ^ "Annual Financial Report: People's Front" (pdf).  
  12. ^ "Election Financing Report - Political Party: People's Front" (pdf).  
  13. ^ "Election Financing Report - Political Party: People's Front" (pdf).  
  14. ^ "Election Financing Report - Political Party: People's Front" (pdf).  


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