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2018 Municipal Census Results

darwink

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problems with late results - are the late results a 1st world problem - are voting machines a possible solution - do we need patience and should we live with paper ballots for security.
Below an interesting video.
You can do a hybrid, paper ballots with electronic tabulation is what Toronto and Edmonton does. Works really well.
 

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^^^
I didn't know that.
I suppose that it wasn't fair to compare an American voting system to Canada. I forgot that American ballots can be arms length since they vote on many things.. I can take solace in the simplicity of ours.
 

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I'm glad to see those neighborhoods make a comeback with a new all time high.

A number of inner city communities set all time population records showing a very broad return to central growth:
Beltline
East Village
West End
Chinatown
Mission
Inglewood
Bridgeland
Crescent Heights
Sunnyside
 

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I wouldn’t mind having the census every two years, if it was going to save a lot of money. The article doesn’t say how much money it would save though, and if it’s not going to be a lot I’d rather have it every year.
 

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Two years is fine by me. I like to see what's happening, but really if it's costing a lot of money, two years might be better. Suppose ti costs $3 million, which could easily be the case, you could easily use that money for something else.
 

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