On October 19th, 2015, Canadian citizens will head to the polls in their country’s 42nd general election. The vote offers the choice between the existing right wing government (Stephen Harper’s Conservatives), three largely left-of-center alternatives (the New Democrats, Liberals, and Greens), a regional party (the Bloc Québécois), and several independents and minor parties.
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Kennedy, E. (2015). Voting by Quiz: Online Algorithms and Election Education. Engaging Science, Technology, and Society, 1, 73-78. doi:10.17351/ests2015.005