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The Rise of the Independents in Cape Breton
The election’s on: Now Canadians should watch out for dumbfakes and ...
Political seeds planted by local activism
How could young voters affect this election?
Polls busy in Cape Breton
VIDEO: Cape Breton centenarian born before women’s suffrage says voting is a privilege all citizens should embrace
99-year-old, Second World War veteran casts her ballot in Central Nova
Liberal campaign signs in Kings County vandalized on eve of federal election
Canadian election results 2019: A live riding-by-riding map of the vote
Voting day in Pictou County
Newfoundlanders and Labradorians first to vote on election day
It's election today and Newfoundlanders and Labradorians, by nature of their time zone, are among the first of millions to cast their vote. Polling stations throughout the province opened at 8:30 a.m. and will remain open for folks to cast ...
Election Day: Voters head to the polls in Cape Breton
Voters were at the doors of polling stations in Cape Breton early this morning to cast their ballots in the federal election. RELATED: Who's on the ballot in your riding in Cape Breton? ELECTION DAY: A non-partisan guide for the ...
How the 2019 federal election became a vote for nothing
The first drinking straw known to archeology was reusable. True story. It is a glamorous gold thing encrusted in blue lapis lazuli, buried in the tomb of a Sumerian queen at Ur in modern Iraq, the reputed birthplace of the patriarch Abraham, but long ...
P.E.I. students cast their vote in mock election
Nathaniel Ing would prefer to cast a real vote in this federal election. The 17-year-old Charlottetown Rural High School student is among the more than one million elementary, intermediate and secondary-level students under the voting age casting ...
A crash course in what minority government would look like
According to the polls, there’s a good chance Canadians will wake up on Oct. 22 with a minority government. If you’re confused about what that would mean, you’re not alone, so here’s a crash course on the basics, thanks to the ...
Who's on the ballot in mainland Nova Scotia?
Election day is Monday, Oct. 21 and we have you covered with details on all the candidates across mainland Nova Scotia. Click on your riding below to see a profile of the candidates. Central ...
VIDEO: Voters' Voice: If you were elected MP, what’s the first thing you’d try to change?
The Cape Breton Post has been hitting the streets to talk to local voters about the Oct. 21 federal election. This week we asked: If you were elected MP, what’s the first thing you’d try to change? Stephanie ...
Who's on the ballot in your riding in P.E.I.?
Election day is Monday, Oct. 21 and we have you covered with details on all the candidates across Prince Edward Island. Click on your riding below to see a profile of the ...
Who's on the ballot in your riding in Cape Breton?
Election day is Monday, Oct. 21 and we have you covered with details on all the candidates across Cape Breton. Click on your riding below to see a profile of the candidates. Cape ...
Canada's newest Canadians heading out to vote
On Friday, Anas Alargha Almasri became a Canadian. On Monday, he will vote here for the first time. You couldn’t stop him if you tried. “Because that’s my responsibility,” he explained as he waited for Friday ...