It’s known: if you’re 18 or older on election day, a Canadian citizen, and a registered voter you can vote in federal elections and referendums, voting that takes place across Canada. In provincial elections the voter is also a resident of the province; only people who lives in Ontario, is 18 or older on election day and a Canadian citizen will be able to vote in the upcoming June 2018 provincial election. Upcoming municipal elections in October 2018 in Ontario also have the residency requirement; you can only vote for politicians in the city if you live in the city. The question for many and a confusion: who are you voting for?
Rahman Mohamed Education Unions acting in an uneducated manner when they decide to strike
The Union. It’s become a part of the Canadian society. It’s an icon of employee solidarity and public employees; it’s often associated with fair treatment. Education Unions have an identity as complainers; persons caring about their own welfare not those they serve.