Bloc Québécois Candidates, 2006 Canadian Federal Election

In the 2006 Canadian federal elecition, the Bloc Québécois ran candidates in all 75 ridings of the province of Quebec. Some Bloc Québécois candidates of them have their separate pages, but all can be found here with relevant information.

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... A professional pilot and a teacher, he also ran in the 2004 election, where he finished second, 9% behind Liberal incumbent Marcel Proulx ... In 2006 he lost again, this time only 3.6% behind Proulx despite dropping over 3% ... Canadian federal election, 2006 → Outgoing Liberal minority Result Conservative minority Bloc Québécois (Gilles Duceppe, candidates ) Canadian Action (Connie Fogal, candidates ...

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