CBC News Federal Election

#

Quizzes, Games and Cartoons

Quizzes

Test your knowledge of Canadian politics.

Jan. 20, 2006:
Why isn't the federal Liberal party endorsing a candidate in Abbotsford, B.C.?

Jan. 13, 2006:
How many candidates have been confirmed for the Jan. 23 election?

Jan. 6, 2006:
Approximately what percentage of the candidates running in this election are women?

Dec. 30, 2005:
Who served the most years as prime minister?

Dec. 23, 2005:
Who is the youngest of the four major party leaders?

Dec. 16, 2005:
When the House dissolved, what percentage of MPs were women?

Dec. 9, 2005:
Which leader of a national party once spent time in jail for seatbelt-related charges?

Dec. 2, 2005:
Bloc Qu�b�cois Leader Gilles Duceppe announced this week that Quebec should be able to do what?

Nov. 29, 2005:
How many seats are there in the House of Commons?


Cartoons

Editorial cartoons Week 8
After the vote: Flash gallery

Editorial cartoons Week 7
Liberal attack: Flash gallery

Editorial cartoons Week 6
Back to the campaign: Flash gallery

Editorial cartoons Week 5
Toons for the holidays: Flash gallery

Editorial cartoons Week 4
Debates, beer and popcorn: Flash gallery

Editorial cartoons Week 3
Child care and gun bans: Flash gallery

Editorial cartoons Week 2
The GST cut: Flash gallery

Editorial cartoons Week 1
The lighter side: Flash gallery

CBC Content Factory
The magic of CBC Winnipeg's Content Factory presents a portrait of the campaign.
Nov. 28: We hear from some former prime ministers. They're usually careful about what they say in a campaign, but not the ones we've got. [Real Video]

FLASH CARTOONS

Over the course of the campaign, Patrick LaMontagne will be poking fun at the leaders, parties and the election in a weekly animated cartoon.

LaMontagne's cartoons so far:

VLT
Flash cartoon

Ducepption
Flash cartoon

Jumpin' Jack's Flash
Flash cartoon

Martinomics
Flash cartoon

Beaver fever
Flash cartoon

Harperstein
Flash cartoon

The election that ate Christmas
Flash cartoon

Check back for new animated cartoons throughout the campaign.


Games

Guess the leader
Can you figure out who's who?

Prime Minister Forever - Canada 2006
A sophisticated strategy game that simulates all aspects of a federal election.

Vote by issue
Do you really know where the parties stand? Our quiz presents you with each party's responses, but with their identities removed. Try choosing the responses that best reflect your own viewpoints without knowing who said what. You might surprise yourself.

Test Your Memory
Play our Memory Game and match up the leaders to see what is revealed.

Jigsaw Puzzle
Unscramble the puzzle pieces and re-assemble the image of the party leader.


War of wits

We're looking for some witty answers to a few campaign questions. Are you up to the challange? Share Your View.

Political Gifts
You've told us who has been naughty and nice

Which politician would you pick as your roommate?
"Well, if I had to live with one I'd probably choose Paul Martin. If for no other reason than the easy availability of envelopes of cash left scattered all over the place."

Campaign Carol
Songs celebrating that special time of year.


# # [an error occurred while processing this directive]
ELECTION RESULTSDetails>
1241035129
Total Elected and Leading
CON124036.27%
LIB103030.23%
BQ51010.48%
NDP29017.48%
IND10.52%
OTH005.02%

Riding Profiles

Select a province or territory.

Latest Features

CAMPAIGN CONFIDENTIAL
Identity revealed

REALITY CHECK
» The first throne speech
» A different way to elect our MPs?
» What happened to Paul Martin?

CONSERVATIVE PLANS
What happens now?
»Building consensus
»Tory cabinet possibilities
»Tories then and now

THE BLOGS
» Final thoughts from our election roundtable
» The blog report

POLL SAYS...
Environics survey casts light on result

ELECTION CARTOONS
Photo gallery

WHITHER THE LIBERALS
What's next for Canada's 'natural governing party'

RESULTS ANALYSIS
CBC.ca's Reality Check Team on election day developments

STUDENT VOTES
The results

YOUR SPACE
Your letters on the election

IN PICTURES
A new era

STEPHEN HARPER
Profile

ON THE OTHER HAND
Anthony Westell suggests it may be harder to unite the left than it was to unite the right

MODERN LIVING
Georgie Binks on how Stephen Harper may jump-start the women's movement

POLITICS
Larry Zolf muses on the next Liberal leader

INSIDE MEDIA
Tony Burman on how voters helped shape the CBC�s election coverage

#
             
   
Jobs | Contact Us | Permissions | Help | RSS | Advertise
Terms of Use | Privacy | Ombudsman | CBC: Get the Facts | Other Policies
Copyright © CBC 2014