What issues have flown under the radar this election?
October 3, 2007 | 03:29 PM
With only a week to voting day, the provincial election has encouraged some debate over the issues of faith-based school funding, public-private health care, energy use and even the appropriate application of the term "promise-breaker."
The Liberals and Conservatives unveiled detailed platforms in the weeks before the writ was dropped, while the Greens waited until the first week of the campaign and the NDP dribbled out its six key commitments one-by-one. Despite these often complex visions, which are available on the party websites, election discussions have been largely focused on the Liberal record, education and health.
As a result, some voters feel that issues important to them — such as the environment, transit, property taxes and poverty, even hunting — have been largely ignored throughout the campaign.
What issues do you feel are missing from the campaign trail? How would you like to see them addressed?