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Who is entitled to vote in Canadian Federal election?

canadian citizenships


What federal crime of Parliament was Stephen Harper convicted of?

The Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper was found guilty of contempt of parliament which, under Canadian parliamentary law, is a federal crime.


When is election day for Canada 2011?

The Canadian Federal Election will be held on May 2, 2011.


What 2 things will allow you to vote?

You may vote in a Canadian Federal Election if, as of election day, you are a Canadian Citizen and at least 18 years of age or older.


Who won the federal election Canada 2011?

The Conservative Party, led by Stephen Harper.


Who has the right to run as a candidate in federal elections?

Any Canadian citizen who is at least 18 years old can run in a federal election.


Who can run as a candidate in a federal election?

Any Canadian citizen who is atleast 18 years old


How many people vote in the average Canadian Federal Election?

in 2008 about 60% of eligible voters did


What type of f35 a or b or c did Stephen Harper purchase before the 2011 federal election?

b


Requirements you must meet to vote in a federal election?

In order to vote in a federal election, you must be a Canadian citizen; be at least 18 years old on voting day; and be on the voters list.


Can a British Canadian resident vote in Canada?

yes because he is British CANADIAN i think ============================== A person must be a Canadian citizen in order to vote in a Canadian federal election.


How is Canadian government chosen?

By seats in the House of Commons. The party with the most seats after a Federal election forms the government.


Who can vote in a Canadian federal election?

Every person with a Canadian Citizenship and over the age of 18, with the exception of the Chief Electoral Officer and the Deputy Chief Electoral Officer.


3 requirements vote in a Canadian federal election?

The 3 requirements include: be a Canadian citizen, be 18 years old or older on election day and reside in the electoral district. If you meet the 3 requirements you should be registered on the voters list to vote.


What percentage of representatives are up for re election?

At any given federal election, ALL member of the House of Representatives are up for re-election, and one-third (33 or 34) members of the Senate are up.


What are the main four parties in Canadian federal election?

Liberal Party, Conservative Party, The Bloc Quebecois, and The New Democratic Party


The federal election commission determines which candidates qualify for public funding based on what?

the percentage of votes for the candidates party


Who is in charge in Ontario?

The Federal Government (under control of Stephen Harper) is in charge of all Canadian provinces, but Dalton McGuinty is the Premier of Ontario.


When did Stephen Harper become the Prime Minister of Canada?

Stephen Harper became the 22nd Prime Minister of Canada on 2006 February 6.Stephen Harper became Prime Minister after his party won a minority government in the 2006 federal election. He is the first Prime Minister from the newly reconstituted Conservative Party, following a merger of the Progressive Conservative and Canadian Alliance parties.2006


Name two requirements you must meet to vote in a federal election?

18 years to vote and have to be an Canadian citizen and be on the B.C. voters list


What has the author Liane Rose Soberman written?

Liane Rose Soberman has written: 'Immigration and the Canadian federal election of 1993'


What is the number of riding or constituencies in a federal election?

there are 301 riding in a federal election


When was Federal Election Commission created?

Federal Election Commission was created in 1974.


When is the next election in Canada?

A federal parliamentary general election is scheduled to be held on Monday, October 19 2015, to elect 338 Members of Parliament to serve in the House of Commons of the 42nd Parliament of Canada. However, this is only the absolute latest possible date for a general election - the Prime Minister (currently Stephen Harper) can seek an early dissolution of Parliament from the Governor-General which would, if granted, trigger an early election. Traditionally, Canadian elections are held in the warmer months of the year to avoid logistical problems that arise from winter campaigns (in particular low voter turnout) - to date, no Canadian federal Parliament has served a full term without an early dissolution. As the ruling Conservative Party of Canada controls a majority of seats in the House of Commons, it is highly unlikely that the Government will call a federal election before April 2015, particularly in light of the fact the last three federal elections have all been held within 2 - 3 years of each other.


When did Federal Election Campaign Act happen?

Federal Election Campaign Act happened in 1971.