Show and Tell Election 2015

French President Francois Hollande prepares to address a joint session of Parliament in the House of Commons in Ottawa

Chart of the day: How much do MPs earn?

Our Show and Tell infographic series continues with a look at how much MPs, government ministers and opposition leaders get paid

Three election charts you haven’t seen yet

From how the youth vote compared to the federal one, to the ridings that were the least politically engaged, here’s some interesting data

Chart: What does it take to pull off an election?

With 30 new ridings and 40 more campaign days than in past elections, this may be the most resource-intensive election Canada has ever seen
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Chart: How have the leaders divided their time across Canada?

Which federal party leader spent the most—or least—time in your region? We chart the results
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What are Canada’s most popular party policies?

Our Policy Face-off machine gives us our readers’ top picks

Chart: Where do you get your news?

Older folks like their TVs, while young ’uns are more likely to go online

Here’s how Quebec’s immigrant vote differs from the rest of Canada

A curious thing happens when newcomers to Canada cast their ballots in Quebec. We charted it out.

Chart: Why the on-reserve Aboriginal vote is lower than average

The turnout rate among on-reserve Aboriginals is significantly lower than for the overall Canadian population—for a variety of reasons

Chart of the day: Women grow their share in Canadian politics

More women are running for office than ever before. We break it down in our Show and Tell infographic series.

Chart of the day: Toronto is anyone’s city now

Canada’s biggest metropolis saw a cluster of close races in 2011