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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

Yes, but there should be more restrictions and transparency on how they spend the money

@97T4JZCConservativefrom Ontario  answered…2wks

@96K3HXPfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

Yes, but only if all political parties receive the same amount and there should be more restrictions and transparency on how they spend the money.

@SimonSaysGoNowfrom Alberta  answered…5mos

Yes all contributions both corporate and private to all political parties should be banned. Each party that meets party standards should be given the same amount to conduct their campaigns and run their parties. And transparency must be part of the commitment

@93DGL8Wfrom British Columbia  answered…6mos

yes, but they have to receive the money that proportional to the amount of they spend time to work

@939CBKTfrom Ontario  answered…6mos

only if everyone gets the same amount of money and it is used ONLY for campaign purposes

@9397NT2from Ontario  answered…6mos

Yes, by directly funding parties from the government, this allows for less influence from pundits and corruption due to politicians being guaranteed their own security.

@937LMWDfrom British Columbia  answered…6mos

yes, the amount being the same per riding/per individual and no more donations to parties.

@937H36Jfrom British Columbia  answered…6mos

Each party should be given a maximum budget and free access and equal time and time slots on the CBC,

@92JJNYMfrom Ontario  answered…7mos

Yes, they should each receive the same amount based on how many ridings they have a candidate running in. Additionally, they should not be allowed to receive any money from private donors, unions, or corporations.

@8YCW7RYfrom Ontario  answered…11mos

@8Y85WN9from Alberta  answered…11mos

the amount should be equal among parties, capped, and there should be more restrictions and transparency.

@8XJ8R6Vfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8X2LCJJfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

@8WTXTQ8from Saskatchewan  answered…1yr

Yes, but only if they are not allowed to raise campaign money and all receive the same amount

@nnekascott from Florida answered…1yr

@8VXFCQLfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

@8VL5Z86from British Columbia  answered…1yr

@8VJZSSXfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

Yes, but there should be more restrictions and transparency on how they spend the money. In addition, each party should get the same amount.

@8VJ8ZRDfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes but should be reduced and full transparency on where it's spent

@8VCMRKGfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Election funding should only come from government money, based on party membership. Private contributions should be prohibited.

@8VBYPRHGreenfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, but only if all political parties receive the same amount and there should be more restrictions and transparency on how they spend the money

@8V9NNNRNew Democraticfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, and that should be their only funding, with restrictions and transparency on how money is spent.

@8V6CGWXfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

Yes, but everyone should know in detail where they got their money and how they spent it.

@8V3QRC3Liberalfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Political funding should be spread evenly from all donations across the board to certified parties.

@8V3FZKGNew Democraticfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, as long as every party receives the same and they don’t receive private funding

@Canadian1from Ontario  answered…1yr

All parties should receive the same small amount funding- and the same debate or on air time, including non popular parties that are relatively unfamiliar to the general public. All platforms NEED to be heard in order to get votes. It has been too uneven, which is why we always have the same leaders with large percentile of votes. Time to change this!

@8TY2F6Hfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

New unknown parties should have introductions to the public, rather than always only allowing three main parties to run. We need more and better options

@8TVBZK7from British Columbia  answered…1yr

All political advertising should be state run and all incumbents should be non-partisan.

@8TD3M54from Alberta  answered…1yr

They money should go to candidates that cannot fund it themselves and not the ones that can

@8SJXC3VNew Democraticfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

Candidates under the poverty line should have the option to run. The government should assist do lower income voices can be heard.

@8SF7HN3from Quebec  answered…2yrs

Yes, but it should be a low universal amount with complete transparency on how the money is spent

@8SCNFDJGreenfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

@shaelynjfrom British Columbia  answered…2yrs

yes, but funding is done by the party itself- all parties should get around the same amount (as equal as they can get) and restrictions should be set in place on what they do with the money and the people who help fund should get to know where that money is going/being used

@8R4ZH8Bfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

@8R4JRKKNew Democraticfrom British Columbia  answered…2yrs

@8QPX6WJfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

Party funding should ONLY come from the federal government to ensure money is not a factor in elections.

@8PYFGKYfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

funding should mostly come from the party's members but government should adjust things if really needed.

@8PDQ35Dfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs


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