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I CAN Party is a user-friendly guide to understanding politics in Canada. It provides short summaries of parties’ policies, without analysis or party rhetoric.

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Sask 2020 Blog: Environment

Philip Charbonneau Prior to the global COVID-19 pandemic the greatest concern for many Canadians was the growing threat of climate change. While rising temperatures may…
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BC 2020 Blog: Healthcare

Michelle Caplan BC’s Health Care system has some widely acknowledged issues that are being highlighted both during the election and during the pandemic. One of…
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British Columbia Election 2020

BC 2020: Housing

The below summary is a collection of party platform policies taken directly from platform materials published by the four major parties of the 2020 BC…
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BC 2020 Blog: Affordable Housing

Philip Charbonneau We’re in the midst of election season in British Columbia, with Premier John Horgan seeking a second term after his minority government electoral…
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