Google searches for how to vote in Canada’s 43rd federal election spiked on Oct. 21.
Google data shows the search term spiked up as polls opened around the country, hitting its peak at 9 a.m. and starting to drop at 3 p.m.
Searches for other Canadian federal election topics such as “Oct. 21,” vote counting, election day and voting booth also shot up by hundreds of percent.
The surge in searches happened despite a large social media presence from Elections Canada on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat.
Dr. Theresa Tam made announces 13 more variant COVID-19 cases in Canada
Alert comes after increase in overdoses associated with ‘greeny-blue/turquoise down substance’
Vaccine delivered to more than 110,000 high-risk people
Bowen Byram played for the Giants for several years before being drafted by the Avalanche
Session on Tuesday, Jan. 26 is hosted by non-profit Circles of Support and Accountability
14-year-old, 800-pound pig was ‘quite a character,’ said owner Janice Gillett