Connections: Exploring the differences between the Canadian and U.S. election processes
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has called for a national election, which will happen in six weeks. Imagine that: a national election campaign that goes from start to finish in less than two months. In the United States, the campaign is essentially endless, with official campaign events running for two years.
Which system is better? Which is more productive in allowing the population to choose a leader? Our guests weigh in: