Communist Party of British Columbia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Communist Party of British Columbia
Active provincial party
Leader George Gidora
President Timothy Gidora
Founded 1945 (1945)
Headquarters 706 Clark Drive
Vancouver, BC
V5L 3J1
Ideology Communism
Colours Red, gold
Website
http://www.cpcbc.ca

The Communist Party of British Columbia is the British Columbia branch of the Communist Party of Canada. Its leader is George Gidora.[1]

From the 1945 British Columbia election to the 1956 election, it was known as the Labour-Progressive Party.

Electoral history[edit]

Year of election # of candidates # of seats won # of votes % of popular vote
Elections as "Labour Progressive Party"
1945 21 0 16,479 3.52%
1949 2 0 1,660 0.24%
1952 5 0 2,514 0.33%
1953 25 0 7,496 1.03%
1956 14 0 3,381 0.41%
Elections as "Communist Party of BC"
1960 19 0 5,675 0.57%
1963 4 0 849 0.09%
1966 6 0 1,097 0.14%
1969 4 0 482 0.05%
1972 5 0 862 0.08%
1975 13 0 1,441 0.11%
1979 7 0 1,159 0.08%
1983 4 0 837 0.05%
1986 3 0 722 0.03%
1991 3 0 92 0.01%
1996 3 0 218 0.01%
2001 4 0 381 0.02%
2005 3 0 244 0.01%
2009 3 0 433 0.03%
2013 4 0 388 0.02%
2017 6 0 802 0.04%

See also[edit]

References[edit]