A couple of election resources

It’s hard to believe but the 2019 Election will soon be on us.  First up are the advance polls and then the drive to October 21.  Many classrooms are involved with things like Student Vote 2019 as way to make the election meaningful for students.  After all, there can’t be that many houses for sale.

Below are a couple of resources that allow for a deeper dive into the election, the party policies, candidates, ridings, etc.





Both of these resources bring all of the information from the various parties together into one spot so that you can read and understand their positions.  It may well be that there are parties that would be fielding a candidate in your area.

Both resources claim to be impartial in their structure and are there to just present the facts.

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