Here are the tools you need to follow the federal election
All the resources you'll need to track the campaign ahead of the Oct. 21 vote
As doors get knocked on, promises get made and party leaders fan out across the country vying for your vote, CBC News has extensive coverage on all aspects of the campaign across our many platforms.
Whether it's comparing the party platforms, seeing who's ahead in the polls or getting answers to your burning voting questions, here's how to follow who forms your next government — and the bumps that happen along the campaign trail.
CBC News app
We've added a special section to our news app to put all the news, analysis, video and tools you need in right in your pocket to be an informed voter. Follow election stories from your local newsroom and you can follow our stories about the election topics you care about most. Download the CBC News app for iOS here and download the CBC News app for Android here.
A roundup of what you need to know to cast a ballot in the election — before you vote, while you're voting and then when you're watching results come in.
Compare all six main party's policies and promises on issues of importance like taxes, housing and climate change.
Get the latest projections from our Poll Tracker, which aggregates all publicly available polling data to give poll averages, seat estimates and probabilities of winning.
You can also hear the latest polls using your smart speaker. Here's how to make it work.
We've identified 60 ridings across the country that tell the story of where the election will be won and lost.
See how your views align with the parties on the issues of this election.
A lot of claims are made during an election but not all of them are true. We're taking a closer look at what parties are saying, complaining and tweeting about — and if there's any truth to it.
This election, more than ever, will be plagued by misinformation and disinformation, pushed by partisans, bots and even parties. We've got a team investigating this and any attempts to disrupt the election.
- How to spot misinformation and disinformation online.
- You think you've spotted some 'fake news' — now what?
For those who prefer to listen, we've got a plethora of political podcasts to guide you through each party's campaign.
- Party Lines, a political primer for the everyday citizen with Rosemary Barton and Elamin Abdelmahmoud. Every Thursday.
- The Pollcast, a deep dive into the polls and historical trends with Éric Grenier. Every Thursday.
- The House offers analysis on the week's happenings and interviews with big political newsmakers, hosted by Chris Hall. Every Sunday.
- And Front Burner, CBC News' daily podcast, will devote specific episodes to political coverage with CBC journalists and host Jayme Poisson. Daily.
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