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Contemporary Canadian Govt. & Politics: Political Parties

Selected Primary Sources and their Finding Aids: What Is Happening Now -- Political Parties

Information on what is going on in political parties (upcoming conventions, federal riding association events, and during elections candidates' and leaders' campaign schedules, etc., is best obtained directly from the party website or your local federal riding association. Political party websites usually have the top news stories related to the party, a "what's new" section, news releases, podcasts or RSS feeds or an electronic newsletter to which you can subscribe to get party news by e-mail. Many will also have links to their candidates' websites if any, and party members' or candidate blogs. Use the following lists for contact information, including links to their websites, for federal political parties and federal riding associations.
Note: During election campaigns CPAC provides coverage of the party leaders' speeches and appearances. See the CPAC website for details.

List of Electoral District Associations. Elections Canada. https://www.elections.ca/WPAPPS/WPR/EN/EDA
 

List of Registered Political Parties and Parties Eligible for Registration. Elections Canada.  https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=pol&dir=par&document=index&lang=e