Reconsidering Canada’s electoral futures: Renewed dialogue on online voting

Kalina Kamenova, PhD

By Kalina Kamenova, PhD


Kalina Kamenova, PhD

Online voting is a controversial, technological innovation that has generated extensive policy debates in Europe, North America and elsewhere.

There is a clear bifurcation of opinions on the adoption and implementation of online … CONTINUE READING

CPAC recaps the Centre for e-Democracy’s Online Voting Roundtable




Earlier this week, Centre for e-Democracy Director Nicole Goodman led an Online Voting Roundtable in Ottawa. This event, broadcast on CPAC, brought together government Ministers, experts and practitioners from around the world, and members of Indigenous communities and … CONTINUE READING

WEBINAR RECORDING: Internet voting and the 2014 Ontario municipal elections


Last week, the Centre for e-Democracy (CeD) released key findings from the SSHRC-funded Internet Voting Project; a study of voters, candidates, and election administration during the 2014 Ontario municipal elections, in a webinar presented by Nicole Goodman, CeD Research … CONTINUE READING

The Internet Voting Project: Examining Internet voting from the perspectives of voters, candidates and election administration


By Nicole Goodman

Why is the research important?

IVPCanadian municipalities are the leading users of Internet voting at the local level. There have been more local binding elections in the provinces of Ontario and Nova Scotia than anywhere else in … CONTINUE READING