Thank you in advance for your valuable feedback

The 2021 Federal Election took place on Monday September 20. We hope you got out to vote!

Elections Canada worked hard to ensure this election was universally accessible and Brain Injury Canada supports their efforts through collaboration and providing feedback from the individuals and families we serve.

We would appreciate it if you could fill out this survey. It will only take a few minutes. The information gathered will be shared with Elections Canada to ensure we build on successes, eliminate barriers and make the next election even more accessible.

Please Note: This is a completely anonymous survey and no personal information will be collected.

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* 1. In the lead-up to the election, did you visit candidates' websites to learn more information about their platforms?

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* 2. Did you find the information easily accessible and understandable?

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* 3. Due to the pandemic, many candidates held events virtually.  Did you find this more accessible?

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* 4. Did you attend Town Halls, campaign events or rallies for candidates (either in person or online?) 

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* 5. Were you able to vote in this federal election?

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* 6. Did you use the mail-in option to vote in the election?

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* 7. Did you use advance polling or early voting to vote in the election?

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* 8. If you voted in person at a polling station, did you seek assistance from polling staff?

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* 9. Elections Canada had a variety of accessible voting options available.  Did you use any of the tools? Select all that apply

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* 10. Overall, did you find this election more accessible than previous elections?

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* 11. Brain Injury Canada developed a campaign this year to increase awareness on accessibility for the electoral process.  What did you find helpful?

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* 12. For future elections, what else would help make voting more accessible for you?

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