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Saturday, December 03, 2005

$$ Handouts to Parties - Elections Canada (Incumbents' idea of 'fairness')

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Quarterly Allowances to the Registered Political Parties (2005)

Elections Canada: Political Parties, Candidates and Others, Political Parties, Quarterly Allowances,

1st Quarter(Jan.–Mar. 2005)Payable Apr. 2005
(With inflation adjustment as of Apr. 1, 2004 – Based on the 38th GE)

2nd Quarter(Apr.–June 2005)Payable July 2005
(With inflation adjustment as of Apr. 1, 2005 – Based on the 38th GE)

3rd Quarter(July–Sept. 2005)Payable Oct. 2005
(With inflation adjustment as of Apr. 1, 2005 – Based on the 38th GE)

Bloc Québécois
$755,740
$769,708
$769,708

New Democratic Party
$956,692
$974,375
$974,375

Green Party of Canada
$261,847
$266,686
$266,686

Liberal Party of Canada
$2,240,772
$2,282,187
$2,282,187

Conservative Party of Canada
$1,807,734
$1,841,146
$1,841,146

In accordance with section 435.01 of the Canada Elections Act, the payments made in January 2004 representing an advance on the quarterly allowances payable in that year were calculated based on the number of votes each party received at the 37th general election multiplied by $1.75 ($0.4375 on a quarterly basis) per valid vote received by each qualifying party, to arrive at the amount owing for the year. Following the 38th general election, adjustments were required to be made to the allowances already paid, starting with the first quarter following the election. The adjustments to the amounts already paid are based on $0.4375 per valid vote received by each qualifying party. The inflation adjustment factor for the period April 1, 2005, to March 31, 2006, was also taken into account to arrive at the amount owing.

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