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General Federal Election Called for October 19
A graphic referring people to Elections Canada for more information about the fall federal election.

The campaigning is underway for the General Federal Election! Voters go to the polls on October 19, 2015. Want to know if you're on the voter list? Need an absentee ballot? Contact ELECTIONS CANADA at the number above or the link below!

Canada's Democracy Week
A graphic advertising Canada''''s Democracy Week, September 14-21, 2015

Let's Get Ready to Vote! The theme for this year's Canada's Democracy Week (CDW)is all about making a plan to vote in the fall federal election. Tune in online to find out more about in-person and online events celebrating Canada's democratic process!

National Democracry Challenge
A graphic advertising the 2015 National Democracy Challenge for youth.

Aimed at Canadians under voting age, the National Democracy Challenge is your chance to learn more about Canada's democracy and win prizes! Submit a picture, video, or writing on the theme "Show Canadians how to get ready to vote!" and let your creativity shine!

2015 General Provincial Election Results
2015 General Election results

Click the link below or to the left to follow the election results as they're posted after the polls close at 7:00p.m.!

An historical look at women in PEI politics
Elections PEI historical women in government image
(left to right c. 1993) Speaker of the House Nancy Guptill; Leader of the Opposition, Pat Mella; Deputy Speaker of the House Libbe Hubley; Lieutenant Governor Marion Reid; and Premier Catherine Callbeck.

In 1993, women held each of the most senior roles in the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island.

The principle mandate of Elections PEI is to inform and enable all qualified electors and candidates to exercise their democratic right and to ensure their constitutional entitlement in elections as rooted in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
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