CHRISTIAN HERITAGE PARTY CANDIDATES FOR THE CANADIAN HOUSE OF COMMONS

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Pages: 82

Year published: 2010

Chapters: Christian Heritage Party Candidates, Multiple Elections.

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...The following article is a list of people who have contested several elections for the Christian Heritage Party of Canada, but whose personal biography is otherwise too short to merit a separate article. It eliminates redundant references under each year's list of party candidates. Colin George Atkins is a political activist in Manitoba, Canada. He is a leading figure in the province's Christian Heritage Party organization, having run for the party on four occasions. He has also campaigned for provincial office as an independent candidate (the CHP does not run candidates at the provincial level). Atkins was born in Leeds, England on June 24, 1931, and moved to Canada in 1952. He now lives in Souris, Manitoba. Now retired, he has been involved with the Christian Heritage Party (CHP) since 1987, and was the President of its Manitoba organization for three years. (Party Leader, 1994-1995) Jean Blaquière was a candidate twice for the CHP. He ran in the 1993 general election, was elected as the party's leader in March 1994, ran in the February 1995 byelection in Brome--Missisquoi, described as Quebec's closest analogue to a "Bible belt", and stepped down from the leadership in November 1995. See detailed entry here. Durk Bruinsma is a Canadian politician. He was a candidate for the Christian Heritage Party of Canada in four elections. David W. Bylsma was born in St. Catharines, Ontario in 1970. He graduated from McMaster University with a degree in Civil Engineering, and operates a business manufacturing custom cabinet doors. He is a member and full-time organist with the Living Hope Orthodox Presbyterian Church. He opposes abortion and supports restoration of the death penalty (Hamilton Spectator, 23 November 2000). He is a perennial candidate for the Christian Heritage Party, having campaigned for the party in every federal election since 1993. As of 2005, he is the interim president of the CHP council executive. Bylsma has also been involved with the Family Coalition ...

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