First Peoples National Party of Canada
LEADER: Barbara Wardlaw (Interim Leader).
BRIEF HISTORY: Founded in 2004, the First Peoples National Party of Canada (FPNP) first fielded federal candidates in 2006.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The FPNP explained: "Historically First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples have not participated in politics to our fullest extent. The FPNP will give us this opportunity to participate and have ownership of a political process that has sometimes seemed foreign and unresponsive to our needs and concerns. The House of Commons and the Canadian Parliament must represent the values and philosophy our peoples, the FPNP is a vehicle to make this a reality." The FPNP hopes this will improve the "poor social and economic conditions for First Nations people in Canada."
MAIN WEBSITE: FPNPOC.ca
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