Co-operative Builders of Canada
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In the 1962 federal election in Canada, Edgar-Bernard Charron, a plumber, sought election as a Co-operative Builders of Canada candidate in the south-western Ontario riding of Essex West. He placed last, winning only 261 votes, or 0.7% of the total.
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