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In the 1940 federal election in Canada, Louis-Gérard Gosselin ran as an Anti-Conscriptionist candidate. Running in the Quebec riding of St. Henry, Gosselin received 642 votes on a platform opposing the imposition of conscription during World War II.
See also: Conscription Crisis of 1944
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