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The line up extended from the 400 off-ramp around a parking lot into the sports-led. Thousands line up to vote waiting for almost two hours, which will take them long past the time the polls are due to close at the Trio Sportsplex and Event Centre in King City. September 20, 2021. (Steve Russell/Toronto Star/Getty Images)

This insanely long line should be a wakeup call to Elections Canada

Election Image of the Day: Voters queued up for hours on an election day that will go down as one of the messiest in the country’s history
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Environmental groups feel a chill over what they can say about global warming

With contradictory rules governing the role of non-political party actors, environmental groups are exercising caution during the federal campaign
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Canada must reform its stunningly inadequate political advertising rules

Opinion: Bruce Anderson on how Canada’s democracy is vulnerable to modern forces that our current election rules are ill-equipped to handle
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Google tells us you still have election questions

Don’t panic. We’ve got you covered. Here’s a last-second guide to voting
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Why Canadians voted early — and in droves

At an Elections Canada office in downtown Toronto, civic duty presents like something more of a mission
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What to expect when you’re electing: A voter’s election guide

A voter’s guide to the 2015 federal election— when to vote, where to vote, how to vote
A voter waits to cast his ballot in Canada’s federal election at a polling station in Montreal

Knock, knock. Who’s there? Not the enumerators.

Editorial: With voter-participation rates dropping, it may be penny-wise and pound-foolish to quibble over the costs of enumeration
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Linda Frum vs. Elections Canada

Should Elections Canada be trying to improve turnout?
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The state of the Fair Elections Act debate

More complaints, but what are the odds of compromise?
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How would you like your electoral reform?

New proposals from the chief electoral officer and the minister