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  BC Refederation
POLITICAL PARTY DETAILS
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AbbreviationRfBC
Websitehttp://www.refedbc.com
CountryCanada
Established0000-00-00
Disbanded0000-00-00
ContributorMonsieur
Last EditedRBH - April 20, 2017 09:15pm
DescriptionThe B.C. Refederation Party ("RefedBC") is a provincial political party in British Columbia, Canada advocating direct democracy and reform to Canadian federalism. It was formed shortly after the 2000 federal election as the Western Independence Party of British Columbia with an explicit western separatist platform; it later renamed itself as the Western Refederation Party of British Columbia before ultimately adopting its current name.

The party has since slightly changed its focus; it now hopes to force changes to the way that British Columbia is governed within Canada.

BC Refederation believes in the collective wisdom of the people of BC and believes that nothing initiated by the citizens should be restricted including being allowed a provincial referendum on political independence from Canada for British Columbia if desired by the public.

The B.C. Refederation Party argues that there are three constitutional flaws in Canada. The first, that there exists no confederation document approved democratically. The second, that there exists no democratically achieved constitutional documents federally or provincially and the third, that there is no constitutional basis for the federal governments rights to collect income tax.

As the Western Refederation Party of British Columbia, RefedBC nominated four candidates in the 2005 provincial election, who won a total of 653 votes (0.039% of the popular vote across the province).

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05/09/2017 BC Legislative Assembly - Mid Island-Pacific Rim Dan Cebuliak Lost 0.34% (-48.71%)
05/09/2017 BC Legislative Assembly - Parksville-Qualicum Terry Hand Lost 0.76% (-44.37%)
05/09/2017 BC Legislative Assembly - Surrey-Panorama Liz Galenzoski Lost 0.55% (-50.30%)
05/09/2017 BC Legislative Assembly - Popular Vote BC Refederation Party Lost 0.00% (-40.36%)
05/12/2009 BC Legislative Assembly - Comox Valley Paula Berard Lost 0.91% (-46.39%)
05/12/2009 BC Legislative Assembly - Fort Langley-Aldergrove Jordan Braun Lost 1.56% (-59.52%)
05/12/2009 BC Legislative Assembly - Vancouver-Fairview Alexander Frei Lost 0.16% (-46.93%)
05/12/2009 BC Legislative Assembly - Nechako Lakes Mike Summers Lost 2.65% (-53.11%)
05/12/2009 BC Legislative Assembly - Cowichan Valley Michial Moore Lost 0.54% (-47.85%)
05/12/2009 BC Legislative Assembly - Prince George-Valemount Don Roberts Lost 0.63% (-49.97%)
05/12/2009 BC Legislative Assembly - Nanaimo-North Cowichan Ron Fuson Lost 1.14% (-53.19%)
05/12/2009 BC Legislative Assembly - Powell River-Sunshine Coast Allen McIntyre Lost 1.09% (-57.19%)
05/12/2009 BC Legislative Assembly - Nanaimo Linden Shaw Lost 1.22% (-52.11%)
05/12/2009 BC Legislative Assembly - Port Moody-Coquitlam Donna Vandekerkhove Lost 0.43% (-51.72%)
05/12/2009 BC Legislative Assembly - Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows Jay Ariken Lost 0.67% (-46.39%)
05/12/2009 BC Legislative Assembly - Victoria-Swan Lake Bob Savage Lost 0.80% (-59.72%)
05/12/2009 BC Legislative Assembly - Penticton Wendy Dion Lost 0.33% (-43.63%)
05/12/2009 BC Legislative Assembly - Kelowna-Mission Daniel Thorburn Lost 0.24% (-53.66%)
05/12/2009 BC Legislative Assembly - Popular Vote BC Refederation Party Lost 0.23% (-45.59%)
05/12/2009 BC Legislative Assembly - Vernon-Monashee R.J. Busch Lost 0.31% (-36.96%)