|Founder(s)||Annie Buller as part of the Communist Party of Canada (CPC) and Albert Saint-Martin as an independent Communist Party of Quebec.|
|Founded in||1921 as part of the Communist Party of Canada (CPC) and 1923 as an independent Communist Party of Quebec.|
|Disbanded in||Merged with other kindred parties in 2002 to form Québec solidaire.|
|Political alignment||Pro-USSR and pro-Quebec nationalisum.|
|Activity||Strikes, protests, helping trades unions and campainging.|
The Canadian Communist Party was made illegal and banned in 1941, and henceforth the party operated as Parti ouvrier-progressiste (in English: "Labor-Progressive Party") until 1959. The Communist Party of Quebec was banned unitl 1935 and re-banned from 1937 to 1959.