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2 edition of Platform of the Social Credit Party of Canada. found in the catalog.

Platform of the Social Credit Party of Canada.

Social Credit Party (Canada)

Platform of the Social Credit Party of Canada.

by Social Credit Party (Canada)

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Published by Regards in [Ottawa .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination16 p. (incl. covers)
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20689030M

The s became a heyday for the Communist Party of Canada, which was founded in Many of the members of the Party were leaders in the trade unions and during the Depression successfully.   The Conservative Party of Canada has made the same promise as the Liberal Party of Canada: to increase the number of students eligible for the Canada Student Grant. While this is great, the Tories have no plan to address tuition or student debt, which is the real problem. Review the mortgage stress test and introduce year terms.

  The Conservative Party released what it is calling a "fair, orderly and compassionate" vision for Canada's immigration system amidst a tense national — and internal — debate on the issue. His books, including "Social Credit", influenced the Farmers Co-operative (the UFA) in Canada, to which Douglas became a financial advisor in From those beginnings, the Alberta Social Credit Party was formed in , with popular educator and radio preacher William Aberhart as its leader.

Federal Power in Canada. Social Classes and Social Credit in Alberta - Google Books Result William Aberhart - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Social Credit Party of Canada was strongest in Alberta, before developing. agreed to merge his Ralliement créditiste movement into the federal party.. In the election, Lougheed's PCs ended. The national leadership of the party for the next few years is unclear, but Robert N. Thompson of Alberta was elected president of the Social Credit association of Canada in Ottawa in and was elected national party leader in in a close vote over Real Caouette of Quebec (Stein, p).


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Platform of the Social Credit Party of Canada by Social Credit Party (Canada) Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Social Credit Party, which won the election ofwas formed by dissidents of both old-line parties but chiefly by conservatives. The Social Credit Party formed the government in –72 and – In its support collapsed, and through the s the New Democratic Party.

The Social Credit Party of Canada(French: Parti Crédit social du Canada), colloquially known as the Socreds,was a conservative-populistpolitical party in Canadathat promoted social credittheories of monetary reform.

It was the federal wing of the Canadian social credit gy: Canadian Social credit, populism, Social. Founded in by: William Aberhart; the Social Credit party was a political party in Canada that promoted social credit theories of monetary reform. It was the federal wing of the Canadian social credit movement.

The party's ideology was defined with Canadian social credit, Canadian conservatism, right wing populism, and social conservation.

Social Credit is the name of a conservative political movement in Canada that was especially successful in British Columbia and Alberta, governing those provinces for lengthy periods of the 20th Century. The term Social Credit describes an economic reform doctrine, concerned with the redistribution of capitalist wealth to benefit consumers.

The Alberta Social Credit Party was a provincial political party in Alberta, Canada, that was founded on social credit monetary policy put forward by Clifford Hugh Douglas and on conservative Christian social values.

The Canadian social credit movement was largely an out-growth of the Alberta Social Credit Party. The Social Credit Party of Canada was strongest in Alberta, before developing a.

Social Credit Party William "Bible Bill" Aberhart combines salvation with economics - and a new political party is born In the depths of the Depression, a radio evangelist with a golden tongue. The first Rhinoceros Party disbanded in When it was revived in it used the name "".

The party changed its name to Rhinoceros Party in Social Credit Party and Ralliement créditiste. Some Ralliement créditiste used the.

“Establish a Green Patent Credit that will reduce the tax rate to 5% [from 15%] on income that is generated from green technology developed and patented in Canada.” 1 NTC providing $ million for a fund managed by the private sector and separate from government. Social credit is an interdisciplinary and distributive philosophy developed by C.

encompasses economics, political science, history, and policies are designed, according to Douglas, to disperse economic and political power to individuals. Douglas wrote, "Systems were made for men, and not men for systems, and the interest of man which is self-development, is above. For over 30 years they were the governing party that dominated the British Columbian political scene.

Beginning with the provincial election, the BC Social Credit Party, or Socreds as their members were known, would rule nearly uninterrupted for four decades until Premiers such as W.A.C.

“Wacky” Bennett, his son William R. Bennett, and the scandalous Bill Vander Zalm would see. The Rest of Canada Party was a Canadian political party that intended to run candidates in all provinces outside of Ontario and Quebec, which the party believed were unfairly running the party planned to form a coalition government with the Bloc Québécois if ever elected.

Founded by Ace Cetinski, a Chartered Accountant from Sherwood Park, Alberta, the party's website indicated. The New Democratic Party (NDP) grew out of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF), which was founded in as Canada’s first political party representing workers and small farmers.

The CCF secured power in Saskatchewan inby which time it had developed a national organization, run candidates in all sections of the country, and polled an appreciable popular vote. The Social Credit Party. The Social Credit Party (sometimes called simply Social Credit) is Canada’s most recently deceased political party.

It held influence in various parts of the country, to varying degrees, from the s to the s. Democracy in Alberta was the first book by the hugely influential political scientist C.B. Macpherson (). In this study, Macpherson examines the distinctive quasi-party political system that emerged in Alberta in the first half of the twentieth century, represented by the United Farmers of Alberta and Social Credit governments and the movements behind them.

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF), left-wing political party prominent in Canada from the s to the s. Founded at Calgary, Alta., on Aug. 1,by a federation of various farmer, labour, and socialist parties in western Canada plus one labour union (the Canadian Brotherhood of.

Canada has a strong tradition of providing the social supports that people need to live fulfilling lives. The social contract between the government of Canada and the people of Canada, funded through progressive taxation, is grounded in the principle that society has a duty to provide social services that give everyone the opportunity to contribute to society and live a dignified, secure life.

The politics of Canada function within a framework of parliamentary democracy and a federal system of parliamentary government with strong democratic traditions. Canada is a constitutional monarchy, in which the monarch is head of practice, the executive powers are directed by the Cabinet, a committee of ministers of the Crown responsible to the elected House of Commons of Canada and.

We aim to collect and analyze a maximum number of past platforms from all Canadian provinces and to make the results available to the research community.

British Columbia Social Credit Party. English version. Co-operative Commonwealth Federation of British Columbia. English version. New Democratic Party of British Columbia. English. The Social Credit Party of Canada (French: Parti Crédit social du Canada) colloquially known as the Socreds, was a conservative-populist political party in Canada that promoted social credit theories of monetary was the federal wing of the Canadian social credit movement.

Origins and founding: – The Canadian social credit movement was largely an out-growth of the Alberta. Moreover, Mackenzie King had previously written a book, Industry and Humanity, published inone year before his election as leader of the Liberal Party of Canada.

He had written in that book, among other things: “Money consists only in figures engraved on. vital social democratic policies are in today’s globalized economy. After years of under-funding and de-regulation, governments across Canada and around the world are quickly embracing social democratic initiatives to off-set the harmful effects that the economic downturn is .The last Social Credit government anywhere in Canada was defeated in in the British Columbia election.

The party ceased to have representation in the British Columbia legislature after the provincial election and appears to have collapsed. Social Credit Party: Resources Notes and References. Drislane, R., & Parkinson, G.

().Inthe Social Credit Party under the leadership of William “Bible Bill” Aberhart () formed the government in Alberta. The economic decline associated with the Great Depression led to the decline of the farm movement and eventually drove the United Farmers of Alberta out of legislature.

Social Credit remained in office for thirty-six years first under the leadership of.