2006 IBT Election Results for Canada

Canada

L 855 28 130 16%
L 927 52 107 13%
L 979 85 235 20%

L 31 364 1,062 23%
L 155 75 122 23%
L 213 296 974 14%
L 464 47 160 14%
JC 36 782 2,318 18%

L 91 120 177 12%
L 230 64 218 14%
L 419 80 503 18%
L 647 89 209 11%
L 847 80 427 18%
L 879 15 413 9%
L 880 168 383 27%
L 938 542 1,215 18%
L 1979 50 87 10%
JC 52 1,208 3,632 16%

L 362 147 417 12%
L 395 39 91 12%
L 987 80 207 7%
JC 90 266 715 10%

L 69 58 283 13%
L 106 194 608 12%
L 931 139 425 10%
L 973 32 119 8%
L 1998 16 245 11%
L 1999 269 2,098 20%
JC 91 708 3,778 14%

TCRC 367 547 11%

BMWED 121 330 29%

100M 40 256 13%
41M 37 281 28%
524M 6 34 22%
555M 65 264 15%
GCC 148 835 17%

Canada 3,715 12,540 16%

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