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Premature Transmission. Don't let it happen to you!

Of course you can tune into CBC Radio or TV for your election results tonight, once the polls close. One thing you're not supposed to do is transmit any election results from eastern Canada before the polls close in Western Canada. That's called "premature transmission." And this election, there's an added threat... tweets. Luckily, Elections Canada is reminding people not to transmit those results prematurely. Here's their ad...

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We welcome our new NDP overlords. PM Layton 1 year later.

As the election campaign enters its final few days, the NDP continues to enjoy a surge in the polls.
The surge got our comedy team wondering - what if the wave swept the NDP into power?
What would the nightly news sound like one year from now?
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Is Canada ready for Layton-mania?

The NDP have made a surprise jump in the polls this last week, moving into second place.
Jack Layton's frank and friendly demeanor has clearly won him supporters, but our CBC Comedy Team wonders to what extent Canadians will get swept up in this surge...
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Rock The Vote!

A classic campaign song updated! Yes, we're rocking the vote...
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Youth in da vote

Canadians head to the polls on Monday.
But how many of those casting ballots will be under 25?
According to Elections Canada, in the last federal election only 37% of Canadians between 18 and 24 voted.
So how do you increase the turnout of young voters?
Our comedy team has a few ideas... 
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Talking Portraits Apr 26

Wondering what Canadians want this election? The former PM's have an idea!
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Oh Caption, my caption

jack layton weather.jpg Jack Layton predicts the votes the NDP will get in Alberta and the North.

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The Empire Strikes Back!

Michael Ignatieff has accused Stephen Harper of using "scare tactics" on Canadians, leading voters to believe that the Liberals will no doubt form a coalition government.
Our CBC Comedy Team thinks if you're going to manipulate the public, do it right.
Here are some attack ads we think would be more effective.
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Talking Portraits Apr 15. A Modest Proposal?

If you think the debate got folks fired up, you should hear what the former PM's are cooking up now!
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Al Rae's News of the Day for Apr. 15

Ethnic costumes, Green rage, and the need for House of Commons Hall monitors, Al Rae has it all this week.
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