Canadian National Coalition
The Canadian National Coalition was a political party in Canada. It was created in August 2009 after the re-establishment of Canada in the New World. The party's original purpose was to provide Canadian Congressional candidates a way to run for election against an international Political Takeover (PTO). After the PTO threat subsided, the party settled as a Centrist, Independent party.
The Canadian National Coalition merged with the Canadian Social Democrats to form the Egalitarian Party of Independent Canadians on April 22, 2010. The party itself dissolved 5 days later, on April 27.