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2017 Canadian electoral calendar

This is a list of elections in Canada scheduled to be held in 2017. Included are provincial, municipal and federal elections, by-elections on any level, referendums and party leadership races at any level.

January to February

March to April

May to June

July to August

September

October

November to December

References

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See also