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What is Election Almanac?
Election Almanac provides complete coverage of federal, provincial and territorial elections in Canada. With an emphasis on “the numbers”, Election Almanac gets its information from a variety of sources including news articles (print, televised, or otherwise), political party websites, candidates, as well as information received online. Election Almanac is a non-partisan website and is not sponsored by any political party or entity.
Who created Election Almanac?
Election Almanac is a hobby project owned and operated by David MacDonald. In May 2006, David graduated from St. Francis Xavier University with a Bachelor of Arts with First Class Honours in Political Science. Upon entry to StFX, David was a recipient of the university’s prestigious J. P. McCarthy Scholarship. At convocation, David was awarded the Walter Kontak Prize in Political Science as well as the Dr. Marguerite Michaud Prize for Canadian Studies. In 2004, David represented Nova Scotia at the Council of the Federation Youth Forum in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. In 2009, David graduated from St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia in the Education program with Social Studies and Mathematics as his teachable subjects. David is currently a teacher in Nova Scotia.