The Final Say

Voting day: It’s finally here.
Rahman Mohamed

After 78 days in what will be a historic election that has been watched internationally, the day has come: Canadians will learn who will represent them in the House of Commons.  Since Confederation voter turnout in Canada has been low.  According to CBC, Elections Canada is expecting a large voter turnout.  3.6 million Canadians voted in advance polls.  Polls have closed in some parts of Eastern Canada.  So who will lead Canada?

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The Vote: National 2015

Rahman Mohamed

Everyone has heard it: every vote counts.  It’s a known fact: not everyone votes.  According to statistics from Elections Canada there’s never been a full voter turnout in Canada.

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Globe and Mail Debate: A Recap and In-Depth Analysis

Rahman Mohamed

With a concentration on the economy, the MacLean’s National Leaders’ Debate on 6 August was broken into 4 parts: economy, environment, security, and democracy.  In the 17 September debate hosted by the Globe and Mail, “the economy is the most critical issue ballot box facing voters in this federal election making it the sole topic of the 2015 Globe and Mail debate”.  Though she played an influential role on 6 August, Elizabeth May was left out as Stephen Harper, Justin Trudeau, and Thomas Mulcair squared off.

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