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Recently on our blog
Some initial analysis of how the election playout out on Twitter, right up to the NDP victory.
Alberta voters are taking to Twitter to share predictions, marvel at the polls and encourage others to vote.
It’s election day in Alberta. A perfect time to identify the first 10 #abpoli as part of today’s “first 10″ series. Don’t forget to vote!
#onpoli broke on to Twitter in July 2009, and slowly worked its way in to the mainstream chatter. Here are the first 10 #onpoli tweets.
#ottpoli had a particularly slow and very “meta” start in Canadian online political chatter. Here are the 10 that got it started.
The #topoli hashtag got off to a slow start, 14 months after #cdnpoli. Here are the first 10 #topoli tweets issued, beginning in June 2010.
Our research reports
The latest in our research into how Canadian opinions are shaped by online information and interactions, and Canada’s digital public affairs ecosystem.
A comprehensive analysis of Canada’s first large-scale advocacy movement, and the digital thrust that made it national news for most of its first four months.
How MPs are using social media to communicate and engage with Canadians, and the role digital is playing in Canada’s democracy. Our 2014 analysis is available in a series of blog posts.