British Columbia New Democratic Party

British Columbia New Democratic Party

The New Democratic Party of British Columbia (BC NDP) is a social-democratic political party in British Columbia, Canada. The party currently forms the official opposition to the governing British Columbia Liberal Party following the 2009 provincial election in British Columbia.

The BC NDP is the provincial arm of the New Democratic Party of Canada. Unlike other parties in Canada, where provincial and federal politics are strictly separated and members of one are not necessarily members of the other, NDP members are members of both the federal party and the provincial party.

Read more about British Columbia New Democratic PartyCreation of The New Democratic Party, Barrett Government, The 1990s, The Clark Years, Recovery, Leaders, Election Results

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