NPQ North: Canadians Are Anxious—and This Election Campaign Isn’t Helping!

In the latest edition of NPQ North, I attempt an election campaign overview followed by the role of charitable organizations in the election – fears, opportunities, and the need for regulatory changes!

There is just one weekend remaining for Canadians to ponder their choices before going to the polls on Monday, October 21st. Predicting the outcome from the election of 338 Members of Parliament to the House of Commons—and formation of the next Government of Canada—is proving almost as difficult as trying to come up with a narrative for the campaign. It’s not that the election has been uninteresting (there are even indications of high voter turnout but it is proving very difficult to answer the question, “What is the 43rd federal election all about?” More…

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