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Are you sure Social Credit was involved in the Bloc Populaire? I thought it was built around people like Camillien Houde and opponents of conscription. --- Canadian Encyclopedia makes no mention of Socred involvement with the Bloc.
I googled "panCanadian" and came up with only references to an oil and gas company of that name. (It is also ungrammatical: capital letters appear at the beginning of words - not in the middle.) "National" is understood in English to refer to a soveriegn country such as canada. The meaning is different in French, but this article is not written in French. I have added a few words to clarify.Kevintoronto 20:46, 24 Nov 2004 (UTC)
In the infobox, there is a date in 1947 given for the dissolution of the party, but in the text of the article, it is implied that the party still existed in 1949. If the date in the infobox correct, the wording in the text should reflect this. Coyets (talk) 17:24, 6 August 2008 (UTC)
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