Here's how the election process will be changed by COVID-19 1

Here’s how the election process will be changed by COVID-19

 

Chief Electoral Officer Stephane Perrault discusses key changes made to ensure public safety amid COVID-19, how results will be counted.

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16 comments

  1. If you have to change how the election process is done during a pandemic, MAYBE WE SHOULD NOT BE HAVING AN ELECTION DURING A PANDEMIC. Anything to erode public trust I guess.

  2. Trudeau’s Resume showed he had a couple of years of working experience as a drama teacher, that was all. He is NOT qualified as a Canada PM. Vote him OUT.

  3. A friend or neighbour can bring your mail-in ballot to the voting office on voting day, and not be counted possibly for a few days after the polls close? Deja vu with our neighbours to the south!!!

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