What If a three-way split: A Discussion on Coalitions and Accords

2015 Federal Election: What if there is a three-way split? A discussion on Coalitions and Accords

Recent polls show a three-way split between Conservatives, Liberal and NDP.

What if this is the case on the election day?

Thursday September 10, 2015 at 7pm Toronto Metro Hall Rm 308/309 
A discussion on coalitions & accords. Join Facebook Event. 

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A backgrounder for the town hall

Get a head start with information on coalitions and accords before the town hall.

See Intelligent Voter's Guide to Coalitions and Accords

Find out some facts on the Ontario Accord & minority federal governments in Canadian history.

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