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How the PPC, Christian Heritage, Maverick and Libertarian parties fared in the 2021 election

As mail-in ballots continue to be counted for the September 20 federal election, here’s how some of Canada’s smaller parties fared as of September 22.

Canadian People’s Party

NS PPC Won no seats, but garnered a total of 825,780 votes – a 5 percent increase in its share of the national vote from less than 2 percent in 2019.

Leader Maxime Bernier was defeated in his ride Beauce, Quebec, coming in second only to the incumbent Conservative candidate Richard Lehoux. Bernier largely campaigned to uphold personal liberty and fight for COVID-19 vaccine choice.

stray party

Maverick Party, Joe developed From vexit movement and officially formed in July 2020, received a total of 33,987 votes from supporters – 0.2 percent of the national votes cast in this federal election. party’s Center Ottawa elects its candidates to represent the Western Provinces and Northern Territories.

The party received the most votes in Alberta (24,729), followed by Saskatchewan (7,084), BC (1,773), and Manitoba (401).

NS CHP, a pro-life federal political party that supports NS Judeo-Christian principles, supported by 8,827 votes at the national level-Down By 18,901 votes in 2019.

The party, which seeks to bring forward biblical perspectives on the issues facing Canada in Parliament, has Candidate In meadows, BC, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, and PEI.

Libertarian Party of Canada

The Libertarian Party 4,776 voters supporting him Forum, Which opposes the COVID-19 lockdown measures and vaccine mandate. Party focused Atlantic Provinces, Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta and BC. its campaign in

He secured almost half the votes in 2019 as against 8,367 votes received at the national level.


Former MP Derek Sloan did not succeed in his race as an independent for Banff-Airdree in Alberta, coming fifth with the votes counted. 1,831. Incumbent Conservative candidate Blake Richards was re-elected to the ride for a fifth term.

Sloan fled to Alberta after leaving the race at his earlier ride of Hastings-Lennox and Eddington in Ontario. his wife, Jennifer Sloan, Ran there as an independent, but came in sixth place, defeated by Conservative Shelby Cramp-Newman, who won. 46 percent Of votes in Riding Ontario.

Sloan did too announced The creation of his True North party preceded the election call, but since his proposed party was not approved by Elections Canada until the writ was removed, he could not formally run candidates for election. He said in previous interviews that he and his supporters would organize some candidates to run as independents who would join his party if elected after True North was formally approved.


This News Originally From – The Epoch Times

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