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Progressive Conservative Party of Canada (Cinco De Mayo)

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The Progressive Conservative Party of Canada, known as PC, was a Canadian political party active from 1988 until it was merged with the Reform Party in 2004 to become the Conservative Party. It represented the Canadian center-right and initially emerged as the electoral arm of the then-dominant Progressive Alliance for Canada labor movement. PC had a majority coalition with the Bloc Quebecois, Social Credit Party and Reform Party from 1989-1994, when they were defeated in a general election with Progressive Alliance founder Brian Mulroney as Prime Minister and appointed Progressive Conservative party chairman Joe Clark to the constitutional Presidency. After failing to net more than 20% in the 1994, 1997, 2000 or 2003 elections, the PC merged with the SCP and Reform in 2004.

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