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Canada's fringe parties aim to 'stir the pot' this election

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The five major political parties tend to get the spotlight in federal elections, but there are actually a total of 22 parties that will have candidates on ballots across Canada come election day.

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  1. claudio Corleone

    September 13, 2021 at 11:14 pm

    Sure just what we needed! The zombification of the stoned ! Why not.

  2. Catt L

    September 13, 2021 at 11:15 pm

    Read PPC’s platform, inform your choice

  3. Darryl Smijan

    September 13, 2021 at 11:33 pm

    Trudeau is a criminal bottom line

  4. HardRockMiner

    September 14, 2021 at 12:11 am

    All they are doing is mudding the waters for the Conservatives. If you don't vote Conservative, you may as well vote Liberal. We need to unite as 1 and boot TruDONT out of office.

  5. Mr Chips

    September 14, 2021 at 12:28 am

    It sends a message though.

  6. Numb

    September 14, 2021 at 12:37 am

    voted Liberal Party, twice even, and I've only regretted it. CPC is making themselves the "LIberal Party without Trudeau", this doesn't help me.
    So, I'm voting PPC, since they're the only party that seems to care about the rights of Canada's citizens.

  7. Steven Walters

    September 14, 2021 at 12:44 am

    Has anyone seen any liberal signs in Alberta?

  8. Harry Cooper

    September 14, 2021 at 12:53 am

    Rhino party is the best. They promise to count The Thousand Islands to make sure the USA didn't steal any.

  9. Brittany Meinigar

    September 14, 2021 at 1:13 am

    Vote ppc

  10. Cori Bourassa

    September 14, 2021 at 1:49 am

    Go Conservatives Go make Canada great again

  11. Lion Land

    September 14, 2021 at 2:06 am

    I will vote PPC

  12. Jove

    September 14, 2021 at 2:52 am

    "5 major parties" – while the PPC is polling WAY above the Greens.

  13. Kyle Fallows

    September 14, 2021 at 2:58 am

    When NDP, Liberal, and Conservative are all the same party, PPC isn't fringe, it's the opposition. Close your journalist mouth, it's attracting flies.

  14. SuperBike Racer

    September 14, 2021 at 3:02 am

    PPC!!!!

  15. Jake Schmitt

    September 14, 2021 at 3:23 am

    No mention of the PPC. Scared that they might be too popular?

  16. yodatagz

    September 14, 2021 at 4:44 am

    Fringe party’s would bloc and the Green Party be in that group?

  17. Robin Goudy

    September 14, 2021 at 5:33 am

    Any party that's not Liberal or ndp please

  18. George Durrant

    September 14, 2021 at 8:14 am

    If you're not a lemming incapable of critical thinking, you're fringe.

  19. Zenon

    September 14, 2021 at 5:23 pm

    anti-vaxxers would probably support abolishing the law of gravity

  20. Darrell Inkster

    September 14, 2021 at 5:24 pm

    Max Bernier ONLY WAY

  21. TheGeriatricHippie

    September 15, 2021 at 1:17 am

    THE CANADIAN ELECTION: 2021
    Most likely your grandfather or great grandfather, perhaps your mother or father, or even your son or daughter put on a uniform picked up a gun, and went to war to protect your freedoms and the interests of your country. You're telling me you can't take 2-hours out of your day, [if it takes that long] to cast a vote in the upcoming federal election? A right not cherished is a right that can more easily be lost. Those in our family history did their part, it's time to do ours. On September 20th, I don't care who you vote for but honor those who sacrificed their time, some their very lives, and get out to vote. We Canadians continue to enjoy a strong charter of rights freedoms and …….. responsibilities. Do your part to keep it that way.
    P*E*A*C*E

  22. zack oostrom

    September 16, 2021 at 5:17 pm

    Pirate Party of Canada!!! Yarrrrrr!!!

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Germany: Erfurt residents react after AfD strongest party in Thuringia after elections

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Erfurt locals shared their reactions on Monday after the nationalist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party was left the strongest party in the state of Thuringia after Sunday’s federal elections.
While the AfD came fifth on the national level, with 10.3 percent of the vote according to the official provisional results, the party came first in the east German state with 24 percent, and winning four out of seven of the state’s constituencies.
According to official provisional national results, the SPD came first with 25.7 percent and 206 seats, while Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU), along with its Bavarian sister party, came second with 24.1 percent and 196 seats. The Greens and the Free Democratic Party (FDP), both of which will be key to forming any new government, came in third with 14.8 percent, and 118 seats, and fourth with 11.5 percent, and 92 seats, respectively.
The AfD’s state leader Bjorn Hocke was one of the heads of the far-right ‘Der Flugel’ (The Wing) faction of the AfD, which was under observation by Germany’s domestic intelligence agency as “a right-wing extremist endeavour against the free democratic basic order,” prior to its dissolution. A German court ruled in September 2019 that Hocke could legally be referred to as a fascist as such a designation “rests on verifiable fact.”

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Germany: Lindner vows to begin talks with Greens to find common ground

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Free Democratic Party (FDP) leader Christian Lindner said his party was ready to begin discussions with the Greens to find ‘common ground’ amid moves towards coalition talks, during a statement from Berlin on Monday.

“We have decided, firstly, that we should start explorations or pre-explorations with Alliance 90 / The Greens,” he said.

“Between the Greens and the FDP, there are the biggest differences in terms of content between the parties of the centre, who could now talk to each other about forming a government. Therefore it makes sense in light of this polarisation that has sometimes existed, to search for common ground,” he added.

Lindner, whose party secured 11.50 percent of the vote according to preliminary results, said he would thereafter be open to invitations for discussions with the CDU/ CSU or SPD, if they came.

SOT, Christian Lindner, Free Democratic Party leader (Germany): “We are the strongest force among the first-votes, and together with the Greens, the most popular with the younger voters. We have now reached over 76,000 members and thereby reached a record membership [for the FDP] and in addition we have met with success in a couple of state elections yesterday. All of this shows that the FDP boasts an independent political offer.”

SOT, Christian Lindner, Free Democratic Party leader (Germany): “We have decided, firstly, that we should start explorations or pre-explorations with Alliance 90 / The Greens. The federal executive has commissioned myself and general secretary Volker Wissing to conduct these talks. Between the Greens and the FDP, there are the biggest differences in terms of content between the parties of the centre, who could now talk to each other about forming a government. Therefore it makes sense in light of thispolarisation, that has sometimes existed, to search for common ground.”

SOT, Christian Lindner, Free Democratic Party leader (Germany): “Neither the Union nor the SPD stand for departure [from the consensus]. Both parties have ruled for a long time, the SPD has been in power since 1998 with a four-year break. This is not a party of new beginnings. Neither is the Union. The parties that wanted a change away from the status quo in recent years were the Greens and the FDP. And that is why it makes sense that these two first seek to conduct talks with one other to see whether, despite all the differences, it could become a progressive centre of a new coalition.”

SOT, Christian Lindner, Free Democratic Party leader (Germany): “Second, we decided that after the talks with Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen we would be open to accepting invitations from the CDU/CSU or SPD, if they come, about further talks.”

SOT, Christian Lindner, Free Democratic Party leader (Germany): “We, the FDP, have received information on content from the CSU and SPD leadership. But we have decided that we do not want to participate in this fascinating communication of the SPD leadership. ”
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