Alberta New Democratic Party. Red Deer Constituency

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Alberta New Democratic Party. Red Deer Constituency

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The Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (C.C.F.), originally only a federal political party, was founded in 1932. The Alberta Section of the C.C.F. was formed in 1942 when the Alberta Labour Party amalgamated with local C.C.F. clubs. The party was active in the Red Deer provincial and federal constituencies at least as early as 1947. In 1961 the federal New Democratic Party was formed, and the following year the Alberta Section of the C.C.F. was reorganized as the Alberta New Democratic Party. In 1987 it was renamed Alberta New Democrats

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