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  1. The Liberal Party of Canada ( French: Parti libéral du Canada) is the longest-serving and oldest active federal political party in Canada. The party has dominated federal politics of Canada for much of its history, holding power for almost 70 years of the 20th century.

  2. The Clear Grits and Parti rouge sometimes functioned as a united bloc in the legislature of the Province of Canada beginning in 1854, and a united Liberal Party combining both English and French Canadian members was formed in 1861 . Confederation [ edit]

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  4. De Liberale Partij van Canada ( Engels: Liberal Party of Canada, Frans: Parti libéral du Canada) is een progressief liberale partij in Canada . Het wordt vaak "Canada's regeringspartij" genoemd omdat het sinds de 20ste eeuw al veel macht had. Het is een van de slechts twee partijen die sinds de vorming van Canada in de regering hebben gezeten ...

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    Orígenes

    Los liberales son descendientes de los reformistas de mediados del siglo XIX que lucharon por el gobierno responsable a lo largo de la Norteamérica Británica, incluyendo a George Brown, Robert Baldwin, William Lyon Mackenzie y a los Clear Grits (valientes claros) en Canadá Superior, Joseph Howe en Nueva Escocia y a los Patriotes y Rouges (rojos) de Bajo Canadá, liderados por figuras como Louis-Joseph Papineau. Los Clear Grits y el Partido Rojo funcionaron en ocasiones como un bloque único en...

    La Confederación

    Cuando se confederaron las antiguas colonias británicas de Canadá (actuales Ontario, Quebec, Nuevo Brunswick y Nueva Escocia), los liberales radicales fueron marginados por el pragmatismo del Partido Conservador, creado en torno a la figura de Sir John A. Macdonald. En los 29 años posteriores a la Confederación canadiense, los liberales fueron relegados a la Oposición, salvo durante un efímero período de gobierno. Alexander MacKenziefue capaz de llevar al partido al poder en 1873 después de q...

    Los principios ideológicos del partido se basan en el liberalismo, basado en las teorías de diversos autores liberales, e incluyen la libertad individual para las generaciones presentes y futuras, la responsabilidad, la dignidad humana, el concepto de sociedad justa, libertad política, unidad nacional en el marco de un Canadá federal, igualdad de o...

    Cada provincia y territorio de Canadá tiene su propio Partido Liberal; sin embargo, solo los de Nuevo Brunswick, Terranova y Labrador, Nueva Escocia y la Isla del Príncipe Eduardo están afiliados política y organizativamente al Partido Liberal federal. Si bien otros partidos liberales provinciales pueden alinearse ideológicamente con el partido fed...

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    The 1919 leadership convention was held in Ottawa, Ontarioon August 7, 1919. Graham withdrew while voting for the third ballot was underway. McKenzie withdrew while voting for the fourth ballot was in process. Votes were not counted for either one, and the convention proceeded directly to the fifth ballot.

    The 1968 leadership convention was held in Ottawa Civic Centre in Ottawa, Ontarioon April 6, 1968. 1. AMacEachen announced after the first ballot that he was withdrawing and would support Trudeau, but he missed the deadline to remove his name from the ballot.

    A leadership convention was scheduled for late March 1980, in Winnipeg, Manitoba but was cancelled due to the fall of the Progressive Conservative government on December 13, 1979 and the calling of the February 18, 1980 federal election. As a result of the snap election call, the Liberal caucus and party executive persuaded Pierre Trudeauto rescind...

    The 2003 leadership convention was held in Toronto, Ontarioon November 14, 2003. Source: Parliament of Canada website

    The 2006 leadership convention was held at the Palais des congrès de Montréal in Montreal, Quebecon December 2–3, 2006. 1. = Eliminated from next round 2. = Withdrew nomination 3. = Winner

    The 2009 leadership convention was held at the Vancouver Convention Centrein Vancouver, British Columbia from April 30-May 3, 2009. Due to the selection of Michael Ignatieff as interim leader as a result of the 2008–2009 Canadian parliamentary dispute and an agreement by other candidates to withdraw in favour of Ignatieff, the 2009 convention serve...

  5. In Burnaby—Douglas, Martin supporter Bill Cunningham, a former president of the Liberal Party of Canada (British Columbia), was directly appointed by the party leader without allowing a vote; the entire riding association executive resigned in protest. Cunningham was defeated by NDP's Bill Siksay.

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