Update: Canada Election Watch 2015

Lawn signs in Whitby-Oshawa in late 2014 during a by-election campaign.


And…the writ has been dropped!

While you were enjoying your long weekend, Prime Minister Stephen Harper visited the Governor General to dissolve parliament and to call for elections. The election campaign will last 78 days, the longest campaign since 1872. Election day is on 19 October, 2015.

As the federal parties ramp up their election promises and pinpoint key issues for Canadians, we at Ceasefire.ca are working hard to give you the information and analysis you need to make sense of it all.

Visit our Election Watch 2015 page to find the most up-to-date links to poll trackers and federal parties’ policies. In addition, visit our Election Analysis page (part of our Election Watch series) to find the latest news and analysis on issues, strategies, and tactics. Soon we will add segments on the foreign, defence and national security policies that Ceasefire.ca is calling on party leaders to adopt.

Make sure to visit our page regularly to stay in touch with exciting new developments in the electoral campaign. Click on the image below to head straight to the page:

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