Western Canada Concept of Alberta
HISTORY: The Western Canada Concept was a Western Canadian conservative Christian and anti-immigrant political separatist party founded in 1980. The WCC promoted the separation of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, Yukon, and the Northwest Territories from Canada in order to create a new independent nation. The WCC fielded 78 candidates in 1982 (including one MLA previously elected in a by-election) and won 11.8% of the vote, but all candidates lost. The WCC fielded 20 candidates in 1986, captured just 0.7% of the vote and won no seats. The WCC of Alberta splintered and effectively disolved in 1987.
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