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Workers' Communist Party of Canada

The Workers' Communist Party of Canada was a Gilles Duceppe, leader of the Bloc Québécois and former Leader of the Official Opposition in the Canadian House of Commons. Duceppe called his membership a mistake and based it on his youth.[1]

None of its candidates was elected to the House of Commons, nor did they receive many votes.

The party followed a Maoist political program, and was influenced by the New Left.

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References

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  • Dansereau, Bernard (2004). "Une expérience de l'extrême gauche : le Parti communiste ouvrier". Bulletin d'histoire politique. 13: Histoire du mouvement marxiste-léniniste au Québec 1973-1983. Un premier bilan. (1): 25–35. 
  • Degagné, Sébastien (2004). "Le déclin du mouvement marxiste-léniniste au Québec". Bulletin d'histoire politique. 13: Histoire du mouvement marxiste-léniniste au Québec 1973-1983. Un premier bilan (1): 119–128. 
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