McGuinty won 53 seats while the Progressive Conservatives of Tim Hudak took 37 seats and the New Democratic Party of Andrea Horwath took 17 seats.
What does NDP stand for?
NDP stands for New Democratic Party (Canada)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of NDP
We have 162 other meanings of NDP in our Acronym Attic
- Neighbor Discovery Protocol
- Neighborhood Development Project (various locations)
- Net Domestic Product
- Network Data Plane
- Network Design Problem (shipping algorithm)
- Network Document Processor
- Neutral Density Profile
- Neutron Depth Profiling
- Neutron Detector Package
- New Deal for Partners (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The former head of one of Canada's largest national labor unions was named interim head of the opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) on Thursday after leader Jack Layton took a leave absence to fight a new bout of cancer.
Linda Duncan, re-elected MP for the New Democratic Party in the federal Edmonton riding, was appointed by Official Opposition leader Jack Layton as Aboriginal affairs and northern development critic opposite Conservative John Duncan.
A new democratic party, the National Democracy Force (NDF), was formed by former NLD members who decided to participate in the vote although it does not have the support of Suu Kyi, who favoured a boycott.
New Cabinet to be formed next week instead of Friday TOKYO - The new Democratic Party of Japan President told his party executives Friday that he will form a new Cabinet next week rather than Friday as expected, after he is elected prime minister later that day, a party official said.
But in a show of support for the opposition New Democratic Party (NDP), the electorate voted 55.
Opposition New Democratic Party MP Olivia Chow however accused the government of "censorship" for not allowing Galloway to tout his anti-war messages in Canada.
BUT THE MIDDLE CLASS STILL RULES The origins of the new Democratic Party can be traced to at least the 1960s, continues Kotkin.