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Monday, May 02, 2011

Comments Will not be Posted Until after Election Federal Completed

Hello all, in order to ensure that nobody uses the comments section to break Election Canada's archiac laws regarding discussion of election results prior to all national polls closing, any comments will be held and not released on this site until after voting is completed.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and advise that you contact Elections Canada to express your dissatisfaction with their outdated practices.



NL-ExPatriate said...

Not so archaic for those who live on the west coast.

NL could be a deciding factor for those who follow politics closely and vote strategically due to our FPTP electoral system.

The polls are still open for another 4 hours by the time NL starts to declare winners.

Patriot said...

But there's a simple solution. Instead of trying to police millions of individuals both inside and (with no hope) outside Canada simply hold all results until the last polls close out west.

Easy as that. People can't post what they don't know.