Compendium of Election Administration in Canada
The Compendium of Election Administration in Canada is a comparative analysis of the major provisions related to the administration of elections at the federal level and in each province and territory in Canada. This includes the redistribution of electoral districts, the administration of elections, the registration of electors, the voting process, the nomination of candidates, the registration of political parties, election financing, enforcement of electoral law, and referendum and plebiscite provisions. The current edition is based on legislation as of August 30, 2017 (The reader must refer to the official texts for interpretation and application of the acts.).
See also an overview of major legislative changes in various Canadian jurisdictions between September 2017 and June 2019. Bills passed during that time period are listed, with summaries of the main changes relevant to election administration. Note that this document is part of Elections Canada’s Compendium series, which is in the process of being updated.
- Compendium of Election Administration in Canada: A Comparative Overview
- Overview of Major Legislative Changes