The Communist Party of Quebec (French: Parti communiste du Québec, PCQ-PCC) is the name of communist political party in Quebec registered from 1965 to 2003 in Quebec and presently acting as the Quebec autonomous branch of the Communist Party of Canada. In 2002, the PCQ-PCC joined in a federation with the Rassemblement pour l'alternative progressiste and the Parti de la démocratie socialiste to form the Union des forces progressistes, which in turn merged with Option Citoyenne to form Québec solidaire.

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  • The Communist Party of Quebec (French: Parti communiste du Québec, PCQ-PCC) is the name of communist political party in Quebec registered from 1965 to 2003 in Quebec and presently acting as the Quebec autonomous branch of the Communist Party of Canada. In 2005, a sovereigntist faction, led by André Parizeau, left the PCQ-PCC and formed the Parti communiste du Québec (PCQ) which was a registered party in Quebec until 2012. Meanwhile, the Communist Party of Canada recognizes the group led by Pierre Fontaine which maintains the original programme of the PCQ including support of Quebec Solidaire and full integration with the Communist Party of Canada. Communists in Quebec have run as candidates in Quebec and federal general elections from 1936 to the present day. The Communist Party was made illegal and banned in 1941, and henceforth the party operated as Parti ouvrier-progressiste (in English: "Labor-Progressive Party") until 1959. In 1965, members of the Communist Party of Canada in Quebec created the Parti communiste du Québec. Sam Walsh was leader of the party from 1962 to 1990. In 2002, the PCQ-PCC joined in a federation with the Rassemblement pour l'alternative progressiste and the Parti de la démocratie socialiste to form the Union des forces progressistes, which in turn merged with Option Citoyenne to form Québec solidaire. (en)
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  • The Communist Party of Quebec (French: Parti communiste du Québec, PCQ-PCC) is the name of communist political party in Quebec registered from 1965 to 2003 in Quebec and presently acting as the Quebec autonomous branch of the Communist Party of Canada. In 2002, the PCQ-PCC joined in a federation with the Rassemblement pour l'alternative progressiste and the Parti de la démocratie socialiste to form the Union des forces progressistes, which in turn merged with Option Citoyenne to form Québec solidaire. (en)
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  • Communist Party of Quebec (en)
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  • Parti communiste du Québec (en)
  • Communist Party of Quebec (en)
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