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General Election - 2004



Legislature / Législature: 38th Parliament / 38e Parlement

Nomination: May 26, 2004 / le 26 mai 2004

Voting / Scrutin: June 28, 2004 / le 28 juin 2004

Legend / Légende: BQ: Bloc Québécois; C: Conservative/Conservateur; CAP: Canadian Action Party / Parti action canadienne; CH: Christian Heritage Party/Parti de l' Héritage Chrétien; Comm.: Communist/Communiste; G: Green/Vert; Ind: Independent/Indépendant; Lib: Liberal/Libéral; LP: Libertarian Party/Parti Libertarien; M-L: Marxist-Leninist; MP: Marijuana Party/Parti Marijuana; N: None/Sans objet; NDP: New Democratic Party/Nouveau Parti Démocratique; PCP: Progressive Canadian Party/Parti progressiste canadien.

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