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Dominion of Canada: Federal elections, 1895; the issues of the campaign

Ontario Liberal Association

Dominion of Canada: Federal elections, 1895; the issues of the campaign

by Ontario Liberal Association

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Published by Warwick Bros. & Rutter, printers in Toronto .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination125 p. tables. 25 cm.
Number of Pages125
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25512125M

Insofar as the campaign against Canada could be personalized, it was an attack on the policies and practices of the Conservative Party’s John A. Macdonald, effectively the face of federal rule. When Fielding’s Liberals took to the polls in ’s federal election, they found it difficult-to-impossible to campaign for the federal Liberal. At the federal general election, there were ridings in Canada. Only four women ran. None represented the major Liberal or Conservative parties. Macphail's campaign fund totalled about $, mostly from one-dollar donations. She made no special play for the votes of women.

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Parliamentary debates on the subject of the confederation of the British North American provinces, 3rd session, 8th provincial Parliament of Canada by Canada (Book) 23 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.   Once confederation was achieved in , the coalition dissolved to fight for seats in the Dominion of Canada’s first federal election. A typical cartoon from the Unionist camp during the


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Dominion of Canada: Federal elections, 1895; the issues of the campaign by Ontario Liberal Association Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Federal elections, the issues of the campaign. [National Liberal Federation of Canada.]. When Canada was founded, women could not vote in federal elections. Women did have a local vote in some provinces, as in Canada West fromwhere women owning land could vote for school trustees.

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Footnote Return to footnote 11 Referrer. While Elections Canada and the Chief Electoral Officer are responsible for many administrative aspects pertaining to federal campaign finance, responsibility for enforcing these rules falls to the Commissioner of Canada Elections (CCE). This is an independent elections officer, first created inwho is appointed by the Chief Electoral Officer.

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