Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

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Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

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The Co-operative Commonwealth Federation was created in 1932 at Calgary. With the signing of the Regina Manifesto (1933), the movement became an electoral political party and enjoyed great success in the province of Saskatchewan where it formed the provincial government for several years The CCF also enjoyed limited success in Ontario (Official Opposition in 1943), as well as on the federal scene. The party changed its name to New Democratic Party in 1960.

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