Progressive Conservative

Some articles on progressive conservative:

Scarborough East - Members of Parliament
... O'Connell, Liberal (1968–1972) Reg Stackhouse, Progressive Conservative (1972–1974) Martin O'Connell, Liberal (1974–1979) Gordon Gilchrist, Progressive Conservative (1979–1984) Bob ...
London—Middlesex - Electoral History
... election, 1980 Party Candidate Votes Liberal Garnet Bloomfield 15,682 Progressive Conservative Bill Frank 11,897 New Democratic Bill Lloyd 8,672 Libertarian. 9,753 Canadian federal election, 1988 Party Candidate Votes Progressive Conservative CLIFFORD, Terry 18,534 Liberal BLOOMFIELD, Garnet M ... O'BRIEN, Pat 27,232 Reform SIMPSON, Mark 9,826 Progressive Conservative HOLDER, Ed 9,088 New Democratic DAVIES, Carolyn 2,646 National HOWELL, David 563 Christian Heritage WINTERS, Stan 539 Green ...
Girve Fretz
... He was a member of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada ... He won the Progressive Conservative Party nomination for Erie riding in 1979 and was subsequently elected later that year ... In Parliament, Fretz first served as the Secretary of the Progressive Conservative caucus from 1979 to 1980 ...
Lanark—Renfrew—Carleton - Electoral History - Lanark–Renfrew–Carleton
... Canadian federal election, 1972 Party Candidate Votes Progressive Conservative DICK, Paul 17,893 Liberal MCBRIDE, Murray 13,283 New Democratic MELLEMA, Henry 1,819 Canadian ...
Essex (provincial Electoral District) - Election Results - 1999-present
2011 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp New Democratic Taras Natyshak 17,375 38.04 +17.27 Progressive Conservative Dave Brister 16,006 35.04 +10.03 Liberal Ken Schmidt 11,348 25.0 ... election, 2007 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp Liberal Bruce Crozier 19,969 48.02 +2.74 Progressive Conservative Richard Kniaziew 10,400 25.01 +0.27 New Democratic John Grima 8,638 20.77 -7.01. 1999 Party Candidate Votes % ±pp Liberal Bruce Crozier 25,446 56.73 Progressive Conservative Pat O'Neil 15,354 34.23 New Democratic Merv Richards 3,745 8.35 ...

Famous quotes containing the words conservative and/or progressive:

    The radical invents the views. When he has worn them out the conservative adopts them.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    A radical is one of whom people say “He goes too far.” A conservative, on the other hand, is one who “doesn’t go far enough.” Then there is the reactionary, “one who doesn’t go at all.” All these terms are more or less objectionable, wherefore we have coined the term “progressive.” I should say that a progressive is one who insists upon recognizing new facts as they present themselves—one who adjusts legislation to these new facts.
    Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924)