If, in theory, the Liberals, NDPs, and
I really wish they'd offered the international version of Gov't and Politics AP, at my high school, instead of only the US version. A bunch of the students actually petitioned to have that replace the US-only one, because we felt that a) the US one would reiterate too much material that we'd covered in Civics G/T, and b) the international one would look better on college applications -- it would show us to have a more informed, less parochial education. The principal turned us down. As it happens, she was a rather narrow-minded, parochial sort of person.
(ETA: I originally was thinking that the light blue in this diagram was the Greens -- in retrospect, this seems silly. It's actually the separatists from Quebec. I imagine they'd be far less likely partners for the Lib/NDP alliance than the Greens might be. Anyways, again, this just goes to show how we Yanks fail to get even the most basic primer on our neighbors' governments. This really should be remedied.)