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There’s a neat story over at the CBC about a mock election held Canada Wide for youth.
“Some of these kids are making more informed decisions that some adults are,” said Martin-Keilty on Oct. 10.
“This morning I had kids as little light bulbs say: ‘I was going to vote Conservative but in the party’s platform it says the Conservatives want to cut $45 million in culture and the arts, and culture and the arts are very important to me, so now I am not voting for them.'”
“For a 13-year-old to say that — wow.”
Now, if only their parents would say that too…
Unfortunately, the end results were similar to the real election, with the Conservatives taking a minority win.
Only 15 minutes or so from start to finish this year. I think that’s a new record.