Party for People with Special Needs
|Active provincial party|
|Headquarters||505-341 Bloor St W|
|Ideology||Recognition of people with disabilities as people with special needs|
|Seats in Legislature|
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The Party for People with Special Needs (French: Parti pour les gens qui ont des besoins spéciaux) is a minor political party in Ontario, Canada, founded in 2007 and having contested the 2007 provincial election. The party ran two candidates, leader Danish Ahmed in Toronto Centre and John Rubino in Trinity—Spadina, neither of whom won.
PPSN was founded following a rule change regarding official party recognition; parties must now only field two candidates to be registered, as opposed to the previous requirement of running candidates in half of all electoral districts. The party's mandate is to focus on the needs of people with disabilities.
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- "Registered Candidate's Contact Information". Elections Ontario. September 27, 2007. Archived from the original on 2007-10-11. Retrieved 2007-09-30.
- "Interest in Ontario's vote on electoral reform picking up: officials". The Canadian Press. September 19, 2007. Retrieved 2007-09-30.[dead link]
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