How do the political parties decide who runs for Nunavut MP?
“It seems like the smaller communities across the territory of Nunavut don’t have a say”
As a community member and a resident of Nunavut, I would like to know how people are chosen to run for Liberal candidate, NDP candidate, Conservative candidate and independent candidate.
It seems like the smaller communities across the territory of Nunavut don’t have a say on who will run as a federal MP for each party in Nunavut.
Nunavummiut need to talk about who wants to run for each party. Is it Iqaluit that does the selection?
Who are the people who decide who is going to run for each party in Nunavut for MP? Why are the rest of Nunavummiut not aware of who is going to run?
Smaller communities need to be aware of the process, and who makes the decisions.
This is very important and we as smaller communities need to hear what is going on and who is running.
Please, help me answer many of our questions on who is running for MP and how the decisions are being made.
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