Communist Party of Canada (Marxist–Leninist) candidates, 1993 Canadian federal election

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The Communist Party of Canada - Marxist-Leninist (CPC (M-L)) ran fifty-one candidates in the 1993 federal election, none of whom were elected. Information about these candidates may be found here.

List of candidates[edit]

Ontario (incomplete)[edit]

Riding Candidate's Name Notes Gender Residence Occupation Votes % Rank
Eglinton—Lawrence Gatley, JeanneJeanne Gatley Gatley was active with Toronto's peace movement and in aboriginal rights issues.[1] The 1993 election was her fourth campaign.[2] F Graphic artist[3] 138 0.35 7th
Mississauga East Turgeon, YvonYvon Turgeon Turgeon had previously been active in student politics[4] and had contested Verdun—Saint-Paul in the 1988 Canadian federal election, appearing on the ballot as a non-affiliated candidate as the CPC (M-L) was not an established party at the time. M Pre-Press Operator[5] 73 0.14 8th
Ottawa—Vanier Lafortune, SergeSerge Lafortune Lafortune campaigned against the Charlottetown Accord with party leader Hardial Bains in 1992.[6] He ran in five federal elections in total.[7] M Administrative Secretary[8] 141 0.29 9th

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Eglinton-Lawrence," Toronto Star, 22 October 1993, A7.
  2. ^ Gatley's electoral record is as follows:
    Electoral record
    Election Division Party Votes  % Place Winner
    1979 federal Ottawa—Vanier M-L 78 7/7 Ron Ritchie, Progressive Conservative
    1980 federal York East M-L 49 6/6 David Collenette, Liberal
    1988 federal Etobicoke Centre N/A (M-L) 62 8/8 Michael Wilson, Progressive Conservative
    1993 federal Eglinton—Lawrence M-L 138 0.35 6/7 Joe Volpe, Liberal
  3. ^ EGLINTON--LAWRENCE (1993/10/25), History of Federal Ridings Since 1867], Parliament of Canada, accessed 31 March 2017.
  4. ^ Nicolaas van Rijn, Kym Adams, Patty Winsa and Cathy Telfer, "Meet your federal election candidates," Toronto Star, 21 September 1993, MS2.
  5. ^ MISSISSAUGA EAST (1993/10/25), History of Federal Ridings Since 1867, Parliament of Canada, accessed 31 March 2017.
  6. ^ "UPDATE ON REFERENDUM COMMITTEES -2-," Canada NewsWire, 19 October 1992.
  7. ^ Lafortune's electoral record was as follows:
    Electoral record
    Election Division Party Votes  % Place Winner
    1979 federal Ottawa—Vanier Marxist-Leninist 159 4/4 Jean-Robert Gauthier, Liberal
    1980 federal Ottawa—Vanier Marxist-Leninist 100 6/6 Jean-Robert Gauthier, Liberal
    1988 federal Hull—Aylmer N/A (Marxist-Leninist) 134 6/6 Gilles Rocheleau, Liberal
    1993 federal Ottawa—Vanier Marxist-Leninist 141 0.29 9/10 Jean-Robert Gauthier, Liberal
    federal by-election, 13 February 1995 Ottawa—Vanier Marxist-Leninist 61 0.31 8/0 Mauril Belanger, Liberal
  8. ^ OTTAWA--VANIER (1993/10/25), History of Federal Ridings Since 1867, Parliament of Canada, accessed 31 March 2017.