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We have voting screens and ballot boxes and the kids learn about all the roles on election day, and we hold a vote. For the EDSS students, many of them on the cusp of the legal voting age, taking part in the election and learning the issues is all the more relevant.
Ruby Rose hands a fellow Linwood student her ballot. In preparation for the mock-election, the young students at EDSS and Linwood had the opportunity to learn about the different political parties running in the Kitchener-Conestoga riding and familiarizing themselves with the issues. The Liberals wanting to provide more jobs. EDSS opened up voting to the entire school on Tuesday. Asked what issues motivated them, the Grade 5 students point to education and healthcare as being two big ones.
Health care, and especially the long wait-times at hospitals, was another issue many could relate to, with a few of the students noting their own experiences waiting long hours in the emergency room.
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The Student Vote elections ran between May 31 through to June 6, ending just one day before the June 7 election. The results of the vote will not be available until later tonight Thursday. In the general election, almost , students across Ontario participated in Student Vote.
Province-wide, the Liberal party claimed the largest victory amongst the young voters, winning 62 seats. The NDP followed with 33, and the Conservatives at In the Kitchener-Conestoga riding, it was the Liberal candidate, Wayne Wright, who was most popular amongst the students, winning votes, followed by the actual winner Michael Harris with Sign in. Log into your account.
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