Published July 20, 2021
Nova Scotians are heading to the polls on August 17 and in 2021 they will have Vote Compass Nova Scotia to help them find out how their views compare to the political parties.
It is the first time we have done Vote Compass for an election in Nova Scotia.
The topics covered in the 2021 election include:
- How much should the provincial government spend to support local industries that have been hard hit by the pandemic?
- Nova Scotia should rely more on renewable energy, even if it means consumers pay more for electricity
- The provincial government should partner with private companies to pay for the construction of new hospitals
Vote Compass is an award-winning civic engagement application that has been used by millions of people during elections around the world.
It takes 10 minutes to complete and works on your smartphone.
To take part in Vote Compass, visit: https://votecompass.cbc.ca/ns