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Social Credit Party of Canada

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The weird "Social Credit" movement

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The Social Credit Party - Canadian Histoire

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The BC Social Credit Party - Canadian Histoire

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Social Credit Fabien Roy

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An Introduction to Social Credit - animated video

The Social Credit Party of Canada, colloquially known as the Socreds, was a conservative-populist political party in Canada that promoted social credit theories of monetary reform. It was the federal wing of the Canadian social credit movement.
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  • Origins and founding: 1932–1963 

  • Alberta 

  • Quebec 

  • Ontario 

  • British Columbia 

  • Saskatchewan and Manitoba 

  • Split between Quebec and English Canadian factions: 1963–1973 

  • Decline of the party in English Canada 

  • Reunification 

  • Decline: 1973–1980 

  • Leadership turmoil 

  • Roy's leadership 

  • Clark minority government 

  • Denouement: 1981–1993 

  • Election results (1935–1988) 

  • Attempted revival 

  • Leaders