Elections Canada releases expenses limits – Election 21

Elections Canada releases expenses limits – Election 21

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Vote - Elections Canada - Photo Mosaic Edition Edward Akinwunmi.
Vote - Elections Canada - Photo Mosaic Edition Edward Akinwunmi.

Final election expenses limits for registered political parties for the 44th General Election, September 20, 2021 have been released.

Elections Canada disclosed on its website, calculation of election expenses limits for all the registered political parties.

Elections Canada listed expenses limits of 22 registered political parties.

The big five in the list are the Liberal Party of Canada, $30.13 million, New Democratic Party, $30.13 million, Conservative Party of Canada, $30.04 million, People’s Party of Canada $27.96 million, and Green party of Canada, $22.65 million.

The Bloc Québécois has final expenses limit of about $7.16 million, Free Party of Canada, $5.53 million, Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada, $3.25 million, Party Rhinocéros, $2.55 million, Maverick Party $2.52, Christian Heritage Party of Canada, $2.296 million, and Communist Party of Canada $2.297 million

Registered political parties whose final expenses limit are about one million dollar are Libertarian Party of Canada, $1.18 million, and Parti pour l’Independence du Québec, about $1 million.

Registered political parties whose final expenses are in thousands are, Animal Protection Party of Canada, $939,000, Marijuana Party, about $862,000, and Veterans Coalition of Canada $682,000.

Others are National Citizens Alliance of Canada, $394, 000, Centrist Party of Canada,   $317,000, Canada’s Fourth Front $193,000, and Canadian Nationalist Party, $72,300.

Elections Canada is the independent, no-partisan agency responsible for conducting federal elections and referendums.

Elections Canada - official information on voting and the health and safety measures in place. Practice physical distancing, wear a mask indoors and use hand sanitizer. Photo Mosaic Edition Edward Akinwunmi
Elections Canada – official information on voting and the health and safety measures in place. Practice physical distancing, wear a mask indoors and use hand sanitizer. Photo Mosaic Edition Edward Akinwunmi

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