Alliance of the North
|Party Leader||François Bélanger|
|Ideology||social conservatism, right-wing populism|
|Alliance of the North (english)|
The Alliance of the North (French: Alliance du Nord) was a Canadian social conservative and right-wing populist political party based in the province of Quebec. In the 2015 federal election, the party nominated its leader François Bélanger in Lévis—Lotbinière. Bélanger did not win a seat.
On its website, the party created a list of six priorities, developed in September 2013, which form the foundation of its ideology. Among the priorities include reducing the size of the federal government, reducing the number of immigrants accepted into Canada to 150,000 per year, promoting a right to bear arms, launching a federal investigation into "criminal bankers", and "removing" the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
The party leader François Bélanger ran as the party's only candidate in the 2015 federal election in the Quebec riding of Lévis—Lotbinière. He received 136 votes or 0.2% of the vote, placing last among the six candidates to contest the riding.
- "Registered Political Parties and Parties Eligible for Registration". Retrieved September 26, 2015.
- http://enr.elections.ca/ElectoralDistricts.aspx?lang=e Elections Canada 2015 riding results