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The Progressive Nationalist Party of British Columbia, formally Bloc British Columbia Party, is a minor political party in British Columbia, Canada, that was formed in 2004 to contest both provincial and federal elections on a platform of independence for British Columbia.
In the 2005 BC provincial election, the party nominated three candidates under the "Bloc British Columbia Party" banner. These candidates won a total of 276 votes (0.02% of the provincial total):
- Brian Taylor won 174 votes (0.83% of the total) in Nelson-Creston,
- A.J. van Leur won 54 votes (0.25%) in West Kootenay-Boundary, and
- Paddy Roberts won 48 votes (0.21%) in Shuswap.
British Columbia has two other minor parties that promote independence (the Western Canada Concept Party of British Columbia) or autonomy (the Western Refederation Party of British Columbia) for the province.v • d • eProvincial political parties in British ColumbiaRepresented in the Legislative AssemblyLiberal · New DemocraticOther parties recognized by Elections BC,
active in the previous general electionGreen · Democratic Reform · Marijuana · Conservative · Work Less · Libertarian · Platinum · Western Refederation · Social Credit · Your Political Party · Western Canada Concept · People's Front · Youth Coalition · Moderate Democratic Movement · Reform · British Columbia Party · Sex · Freedom · Communist · Unity · Emerged Democracy · PatriotOther parties recognized by Elections BC,
inactive in the previous general electionAnnexation · Citizens Alliance Now · Advocational International · Democratic Futures · Labour · Citizens Action · Confederation · FemINist INitiative · Idealists · Free Canadian · Link BC · Nation Alliance · Party of Citizens · Millionaires · Planting Seeds · Progressive Nationalist · Renewal