Contemporary Canadian Government & Politics:
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Finding Information: Videos

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Many films and videos have been made to help explain the political process, how government and elections work, etc. These can be very helpful resources for learning.

Televised political events such as leaders' debates, conventions, etc. or documentary videos containing original footage of an event or interviews of political candidates, politicians and government officials are valuable primary source materials.

For details on finding films and videos see Part 5: Primary Sources: Recorded Images Film and Video Footage.

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