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It's hard to know who to vote for, but this online tool can help

It can be really tough to figure out who to vote for. You may have to comb through policy proposals, assess a party leader you've heard practically nothing about and look at all your local candidates and make some assessments about them as well. 

This ain't no walk in the park. But there are tools that could make figuring out which way you want to cast a ballot a lot easier.  

An online quiz was developed by a non-partisan group. All you have to do is answer the questions to the best of your ability and, based on your answers, the survey will churn out the political party you best align with.

Take the quiz here

Although a survey is incredibly useful, nothing can completely replace meeting and speaking to the candidates in your riding. You can find out who they are by searching the Elections Canada website.

And who you vote for isn't really anybody's business unless you want to share, but free to tell us if you were surprised by the results of the quiz! 

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