. Canada’s 2021’s electoral calendar looks light — but it could get much busier « JO LEE MAGAZINE

CBC – Judging by what’s scheduled for 2021, the coming year is setting up to be relatively quiet on the Canadian election front. The federal government and most provinces have fixed election date laws in place that schedule new elections every four years. The laws, however, have little more legal weight behind them than a strongly-worded recommendation.

If a minority government falls — or if a majority government feels like it — elections can take place well before the date circled on the electoral calendar.

Learn more about approaching elections and vote forecasts at CBC News.

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