Kirk LaPoint and the NPA have released their list of 2014 campaign donors with donations totaling more than $2.1 million as of November 4.
NPA’s contributions came in 6.4 per cent lower than Vision’s. Most notably, LaPoint’s largest contributor was The Great Canadian Railtour Company ($360,000), owned by NPA President Peter Armstrong. This contribution totals more than 17 per cent of NPA’s total donations.
In today’s news conference, Armstrong told reporters that he would not be seeking another term as NPA President. His donations to the campaign, corporate and individual, totaled $430,000, making it the second largest campaign donation in Canadian history.
Other top corporate donations came from Haywood Securities ($100,000), Savary Management ($75,000) and Macdonald Development Corporation ($60,000).
The party received contributions from 966 individuals, corporations, and unions.
- Total contributors: 966
- Total raised: $2,107,195.71
- Largest contributions:
- Great Canadian Railroute Company Ltd.: $360,000
- Haywood Securities: $100,000
- Savary Management: $75,000
- Macdonald Development Corporation: $60,000
- Amacon Management Services Corp: $25,000
- BC Maritime Employers Association: $25,000
- Israel Shafran: $25,000
- Teck Resources Limited: $25,000
- Townline Homes: $25,000
- Orr Development Corp: $20,000
- Persis Holdings Ltd.: $20,000
- Mark Angus: $17,500
- Mark Mache: $17,000
- Kebert Holdings: $15,000
- Multiland Pacific Holdings: $15,000
- La Prairie Holdings: $12,500
- Grandview Properties: $12,500
- Armature Electric Ltd.: $10,000
- Burke Mountain Ltd. Partnership: $10,000
- CanaccordGenuity: $10,000
- Cates Bay Investments Ltd.: $10,000
- Chi Li: $10,000
- Columbia Manufacturing Co. Ltd.: $10,000
- Eric J. Martin: $10,000
- Gateway Casinos: $10,000
- Great Pacific Capital Corp: $10,000
View the full list here.
Featured Image: NPA news conference via @NPAVancouver on Twitter