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Leader and spokesperson of the Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada since 2008. | Dirigeante nationale du Parti marxiste-léniniste du Canada depuis 2008.
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ENG: Anna Di Carlo is the leader of the Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada, elected on August 16, 2008 by the Party's 8th Congress. Besides the duties required of the national leader by the Canada Elections Act, Anna is the official spokesperson of the MLPC and is responsible for developing the public relations office of the MLPC, issuing communiques, responding to media inquiries, being available as a resource person, and carrying out a public educational program on matters related to the Canada Elections Act, theories of governance and related issues. Anna has been a member of the Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada since 1978. As a student at the University of Guelph she joined the Party through its work against the violation of political rights and against state-organized racist ...
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Marx.-Lenin. Party of Canada will field about 70 candidates


 We are pleased to announce that our party’s candidate for the electoral district of Sault Ste. Marie will once again be Mike Taffarel.Mike Taffarel, now retired from Essar Steel Algoma, will be filing his nomination papers at the local Elections Canada office within the next few days.*************************Canada needs an anti-war government - vote Marxist-Leninist!In this election, the Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada will field about 70 candidates.With the addition of several more youth candidates, this is up from 59 in the 2008 election.The MLPC calls on Canadians to ...


Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada works to empower the people


The Marxist-Leninist party’s vision of Canada is one where all people are able to decide what kind of society they want to live in. They could decide the direction of the economy and participate in the democratic process so as to exercise control over their lives. Today, this is not possible. We have a cartel party system that actually deprives the people of their ability to decide things. Our issue of concern Because of the current political set-up, it doesn’t matter which vision the MLPC or any other organizations or individuals have. The agendas and visions that prevail are ...


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Information watchdog slams Tory attempt to dodge freedom of information request
Alberta’s freedom of information watchdog has rejected the Tory government’s recent attempt to dodge a Wildrose request for provincial spending records. Information and privacy commissioner Jill Clayton ruled Service Alberta provided no proof that the Official opposition’s request for living allowances and benefits was “frivolous” and “vexatious,” or that it stalled government operations.
Canada among worst offenders for hosting malware online: Report
OTTAWA — Canada is more likely than most countries to host websites with malicious software, and Canadians are more likely than most to become victims of hackers, according to a report that offers new figures on the growing world of [...]
Driver strikes four pedestrians in series of downtown Edmonton hit-and-runs
Four pedestrians were struck in a bizarre, possibly drug-fuelled, hit-and-run during the afternoon rush hour Wednesday that had police puzzling over the details. The first two people were hit near the George Spady Centre near 105A Avenue and 100th Street just after 3:30 p.m.
U of C eyes significant tuition hikes for three faculties
The University of Calgary’s engineering, law and business faculties are prepared to ask the provincial government to approve tuition hikes by as much as 46 per cent through a controversial measure known as market modification. “We don’t think the call for improved quality is driving this,” Levi Nilson, vice-president external for the Students’ Union. “It’s the institution taking advantage of a political opportunity that the government has given them more than anything.”



 
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