The Liberal Party is one of Canada's oldest political parties, holding a moderate or centrist position on most issues. It has governed Canada for most of the twentieth century, but has in recent years seen a variety of challenges from regionally based parties.
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Liberal Party of Canada
Canada' s official opposition party. Party history and philosophy, leader, executive, policy, and contact information.
Canada Online: Federal Liberal Party
The history, policies, structure and issues of the Liberal Party of Canada.
Liberal Aboriginal Peoples' Commission
The party's national commission for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Canadians.
Liberal International's 50th Congress
Program, resolutions, speeches, and other material from the Ottawa Congress, convened by the Liberal Party of Canada on October 26 to 28, 2000.
Liberal Party of Canada Seniors' Commission
Represents members of the party 65 years old and over.
National Women's Liberal Commission
The voice of women in the Liberal Party of Canada. Includes mission, achievements, people, and administration.
Wikipedia: Liberal Party of Canada
Open encyclopedia article on history and current challenges.
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