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Internet Voting: The Canadian Municipal Experience

@article{Goodman2010InternetVT,
  title={Internet Voting: The Canadian Municipal Experience},
  author={Nicole J. Goodman and Jon H. Pammett and Joan Debardeleben},
  journal={Canadian Parliamentary Review},
  year={2010},
  volume={33},
  pages={13-21}
}
On January 26, 2010 Carleton University hosted a public policy workshop addressing Internet voting and what Canada can learn from existing cases and trials both locally and abroad. It brought together academics, technical experts, parliamentarians, political party representatives, government officials, representatives from electoral administration authorities and other professionals from Canada, the United States, and Europe. A report entitled, A Comparative Assessment of Electronic Voting, was… 
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