The U.S. Election is just hours away and after more than 600 days of campaigning, I think it’s fair to say that we’re all ready, Canadians included, for this thing to be over.
As Canadians we are concerned about our neighbours and the outcome of this election. A recent study found that 81 per cent of Canadians are very worried about the election and what the results could mean for our neighbours and Canadians. The challenge, in these next days and months pre- and post-election, is to share our views appropriately and support our neighbours as best we can. To help tackle this tricky situation I’ve put together my list of the dos and don’ts of U.S. election etiquette for Canadians. (more…)