Communist Party of Canada (Ontario) candidates in the 1981 Ontario provincial election

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The Communist Party of Canada - Ontario ran a number of candidates in the 1981 provincial election, none of whom were elected. Information on these candidates may be found here.

Norman J. Newell (St. Catharines)[edit]

Newell was a resident of Niagara Falls at the time of the election, he received 132 votes (0.41%), finishing fourth against Liberal incumbent Jim Bradley.

He has remained active into the Communist Party at least into the 1990s, and donated $400 to the Ontario party in 1997.[1][permanent dead link]