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Federal elections, 1917

Federal elections, 1917

for unionist scrutineers and workers : confidential.

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Published by s.n. in [Toronto? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canada. -- Parliament -- Elections, 1917.,
  • Election law -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFor unionist scrutineers, federal elections, 1917
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 86175
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (22 fr.)
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17494522M
    ISBN 100665861753

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    Occasionally, a paper rose above the fray, determined to appear impartial by backing nobody. Anatoli Yakovlev was indicted as well. First, the Military Voters Act enfranchised all British subjects in the Canadian military regardless of their age, as well as any non-Canadian serving in the armed forces. Their main goal was a reduction in tariffs. Until the general election, Inuit were rarely enumerated i. In the midst of all this, farmers spoke out against both Unionists and Liberals, while farmers themselves were accused of bumping up food prices and profiteering from the war.

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As a result, certain older cases, such as the Rosenberg case, are now listed under Title 50, while newer cases are often listed under Title If you do not have the number, call Elections Canada, in Ottawa, at However, was not as focused on a single-issue as the election.

Charter Rights Canada now has a virtually universal franchise at both the provincial and federal levels. Immediately after the polling stations close, election officers count the ballots and the results are announced on radio and television, and in the newspapers.

The IDS has probably had more foreign language ballots cast as of recent than any other region. He returned home determined that soldiers' sacrifices should not be in vain, convinced that Canada should see the war to the finish.

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He wanted to avoid having to stand behind a specific policy on the tariff even though the Liberal Platform of had supported a reduction of the tariff. Motion Picture Filma federal court upheld the government's seizure of a film called The Spirit of 1917 book on the grounds that its depiction of cruelty on the part of British soldiers during the American Revolution would undermine support for America's wartime ally.

In the midst of all this, farmers spoke out against both Unionists and Liberals, while farmers themselves were accused of bumping up food prices and profiteering from the war.

It is hard to remember that things were far worse one hundred years ago, as Canadians marched to the polls during the great wartime election of Dec. At least within the past year, any ballot which you have counted, I have as well, and I've never came across a serious ballot that was somehow non-translatable or otherwise unclear to the point of having a legitimate reason for invalidation.

His refusal to betray his party at such a divisive time would 1917 book him into Liberal leadership in History Pre-Confederation As the colonies that came to form Canada in became self-governing see Representative Governmentthey eventually gained control of defining who could vote.

When Watson sought an injunction against the postmaster, the federal judge who heard the case called his publication "poison" and denied his request. The role of opposition parties is to peacefully oppose or try to improve government proposals.

One anglophone Liberal enticed by the Unionists, but who remained at Laurier's side, was the young, up-and-coming politician and future wartime prime minister William Lyon Mackenzie King.

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For more information, visit Elections Canada or call Their main goal was a reduction in tariffs. Bythey were entirely committed to independent political action. A reimagined advertisement for the mock parliament held at Walker Theatre, Januaryin which Nellie McClung took part and helped advanced the cause of women's suffrage courtesy Government of Canada.

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