Independent candidates, 1980 Canadian federal election

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There were several independent candidates in the 1980 Canadian federal election, none of whom were elected.


Milorad Novich (Broadview—Greenwood)[edit]

Novich was a civil engineering technician. He said that he wanted to end "the government's financial support of international communism", and promoted Canadian unity and better housing. He was forty-two years old in 1979.[1]

Electoral record
Election Division Party Votes  % Place Winner
1979 federal Broadview—Greenwood Independent 64 0.19 6/7 Bob Rae, New Democratic Party
1980 federal Broadview—Greenwood Independent 40 0.12 9/9 Bob Rae, New Democratic Party


  1. ^ "Broadview-Greenwood", Toronto Star, 19 May 1979, A12.