Vote Compass launches Alberta election edition with CBC News
 March 26, 2012

CBC NewsFollowing its successful runs in the 2011 Canadian federal and Ontario provincial elections, CBC News has commissioned a new edition of Vote Compass for the 2012 Alberta provincial election. Vote Compass will consult with political scientists from the University of Calgary and the University of Lethbridge to develop an iteration of Vote Compass that engages with the key election issues facing Albertans. Vote Compass Alberta is available via CBCNews.ca.

 
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10 Responses to Vote Compass launches Alberta election edition with CBC News

  1. James says:

    There should be a quesiton on municipal funding. This is a big issue in the province.

  2. Brad says:

    No Alberta Party?

  3. Bryon says:

    Have been trying to access this site for 2 days in order to participate but get no response from the CBC/Calgary site.
    Any ideas why?

  4. Pat Lachance says:

    Where is the French version?

  5. Craig says:

    This is interesting, Before I took this quiz I was an NDP supporting single issue voter. Now, this has brought attentions to things I wasn’t even aware of. Now I’m confused. Dammit!

  6. Albertan says:

    so apparently there aren’t any moderators for this comment box?

  7. changes says:

    see changealberta.ca for info on strategic voting in each riding. wild rose is scaring the heck out of me!!

  8. disinterested says:

    the riding finder by postal code doesn’t work… this does not excite me at all. My vote doesn’t put a dent in this PC city.

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