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2021 Alberta Referendum Vote

Full referendum results won't be announced until Oct. 26 — Elections Alberta

Full referendum results won't be announced until Oct. 26 — Elections Alberta

Province relies on municipalities to submit results on referendum questions, Senate vote.
St. Albertans show support to remove equalization from Constitution

St. Albertans show support to remove equalization from Constitution

Results from the two referendum questions and from the Senate election will not be officially announced until 11 a.m. on Oct. 26.
St. Albertans show slim support for removing equalization from Constitution

St. Albertans show slim support for removing equalization from Constitution

Some 53.3 per cent of St. Albertans have voted "yes" to the question asking if Parliament and the Government of Canada’s commitment to the principle of making equalization payments should be removed from the Constitution.
Equalization question may stump voters, expert says

Equalization question may stump voters, expert says

Albertans will get the opportunity to vote on whether the province should or should not get rid of equalization payments during the municipal election on Oct. 18, even if the province has no actual power to make that change
Some ready to bid adieu to bi-yearly shift in time for extra daylight

Some ready to bid adieu to bi-yearly shift in time for extra daylight

The municipal election ballot will feature a provincial referendum question on daylight saving time.
Albertans set to vote on daylight saving time, equalization in referendum this fall

Albertans set to vote on daylight saving time, equalization in referendum this fall

Provincial police force and Alberta pension plan not on the ballot.
Province proposes equalization referendum question

Province proposes equalization referendum question

On Oct. 18 Albertans will be asked: Should the section of the Constitution that commits the Government of Canada to the principle of making equalization payments be removed?