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Should 14-year-olds be able to vote in provincial and federal elections?

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  • Encouraging younger voters encourages social responsibility

    We begin educating students about history, politics and social responsibility as soon as they enter high school. It makes sense that the point at which they become most educated about the system is the time when they begin to apply their learning. On a provincial level, they can see the legislation that affects them most directly. Some may even become interested in running for local office and participating in the development of their community. The federal election might inspire them to participate in legislation on a larger scale, seeing their involvement having a real effect on national events.

  • Fourteen Year Olds Should Stay Out of Elections

    No, a fourteen year old boy should not be allowed to vote in provincial and federal elections. A fourteen year old lacks the life experience necessary to make an informed vote. A fourteen year old's brain is still forming as well, and lacks the ability to make good judgment calls.


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