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Let me add my welcome to Wikitravel. Your edit of Canada seems contradictory. On the one hand you say that the Bloc does not run candidates outside Quebec; on the other you say that it does not participate in provincial politics. So what does it do? Shep 13:00, 8 March 2011 (EST)
(I live in Canada)...There is a difference between provincial and federal political parties of the same name, which outsiders sometimes find confusing. Having said that, the Bloc (federal) runs candidates only in Quebec ridings. Their platform applies only to Quebec, and though they have more seats than the NDP they are a regional, not a national party. Hope this helps.