People's Political Power Party of Canada

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People's Political Power Party of Canada
Pouvoir Politique du Peuple du Canada
Former federal party
Leader Anna-Maria Everett
President Shirley Roulette
Founded 2006 (2006)
Dissolved April 13, 2011 (2011-04-13)
Headquarters 107 Marion Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba, R2H 0T2
Ideology Christian Democracy[1]
Colours Red, pink, yellow

The People’s Political Power Party of Canada (PPP, French: Pouvoir Politique du Peuple du Canada) was a fringe Canadian federal political party that is no longer recognized by Elections Canada.[2] The party became eligible for registration on April 26, 2006,[3] and was deregistered on April 13, 2011 for failing to nominate a candidate for the 2011 federal election. The party's last leader was Anna-Maria Everett, and its national headquarters is in Winnipeg, Manitoba.[4]

According to its party platform, the party is neither socialist nor capitalistic, but is a "Centre party to first bring value as top priority to woman, the mother, mothers to-be, mothers that were." The party further intends to "remove" poverty, promises that "Canada will never become a military zone," and that it "will bring back the seventh day as a family day". In terms of environmental issues, the party believes that "there is no reason for over population, much less of poverty. When you bring respect for women in the family, you have all these problems resolved, abortion and all."[5]

The party had registered two candidates for the 2008 federal election. Neither were elected.

Election results[edit]

Election # of candidates # of votes % of popular vote % in ridings contested
2008 2 189 0.00% 0.36%

See also[edit]


  1. ^
  2. ^ Elections Canada News Release April 13, 2011
  3. ^ Elections Canada Listing
  4. ^ Elections Canada Listing
  5. ^ People's Political Power Party of Canada: Policies and their Purpose

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