Libertarian Party of Canada candidates, 2008 Canadian federal election

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The Libertarian Party of Canada fielded 26 candidates in the 2008 federal election, none of whom were elected. A list of these candidates may be found here.[1]

Alberta[edit]

Calgary Centre-North[edit]

  • Jason McNeil

Calgary Southwest[edit]

  • Dennis Young, Party leader

Peace River[edit]

  • Melanie Simard

Wild Rose[edit]

  • Krista Zoobkoff

British Columbia[edit]

Burnaby--New Westminster[edit]

  • Ismet Yetisen

New Westminster--Coquitlam[edit]

  • Lewis Dahlby

North Vancouver[edit]

  • Tunya Audain[2]

Pitt Meadows--Maple Ridge--Mission[edit]

  • Jeff Monds

Port Moody--Westwood--Port Coquitlam[edit]

  • Rob Gillespie

Saanich--Gulf Islands[edit]

  • Dale Leier

Surrey North[edit]

  • Alex Joehl

Vancouver Centre[edit]

  • John Clarke

Vancouver Kingsway[edit]

  • Matt Kadioglu

Vancouver Quadra[edit]

  • Norris Barens

Ontario[edit]

Ajax--Pickering[edit]

  • Stephanie Wilson

Barrie[edit]

  • Paolo Fabrizio

Guelph[edit]

  • Phil Bender

Hamilton Centre[edit]

  • Anthony Giles[3]

Kitchener--Waterloo[edit]

  • Jason Cousineau

London North Centre[edit]

  • Trevor Murray

Markham--Unionville[edit]

  • Allen Small[4]

Ottawa South[edit]

Scarborough--Rouge River[edit]

  • Alan Mercer

Simcoe--Grey[edit]

  • Caley McKibben

St. Paul's[edit]

  • John Kittredge

Trinity--Spadina[edit]

Saskatchewan[edit]

Saskatoon--Rosetown--Biggar[edit]

  • Kevin Stricker[5]

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