Emerged Democracy Party of British Columbia
|Former provincial party|
104-9970 148 St|
Surrey, British Columbia
British Columbia autonomy
The Emerged Democracy Party of British Columbia was a fringe political party in the province of British Columbia, Canada, formed in August 2004, with Tony Luck as leader
The party aimed to promote increased citizen participation in decision-making, and to promote more autonomy for British Columbia.
It nominated one candidate in the 2005 provincial election, Rob Norberg, who won 145 votes (0.84% of the total) in Surrey-Green Timbers riding.
The party was de-registered by Elections BC in June 2009.
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