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Canada Memes: ONO CN A6 TORONTO STAR SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2019 VOTE 2019 way in politics One little meme can go a long state. "Those threats are complex" and reach beyond the realm of election man- Third-party groups are using viral content to reach voters, agement. According to Elections Canada, areas considered outside the realm of Elec- tions Canada because they are not reg- ulated by the Canada Elections Act in- clude ensuring cybersecurity of parties or candidates, correcting false or mis leading information related to politica party platforms or policies, regulatin unpaid content on social media and pc licing truth in election advertising apa from tag lines on ads or inaccurate stat ments on specific topics that would a fect elections results. Meanwhile, what politicians share o line is also not restricted by the Cana Elections Act. Newer third-party groups, such Canada Strong and Proud, founded b former Conservative party staffer, a MISS ME YET? virtually without regulation MELANIE GREEN STAR VANCOUVER VANCOUVER-They pop up on your Face- book and Twitter feeds. They can go viral in a matter of moments. They've become more powerful than traditional political advertising. And they're basi- cally outside of the realm of Elections Canada. Memes have taken over the federal election. Take, for instance, how they saturated the discourse late last month: Within moments of the news breaking that Lib- eral Leader Justin Trudeau wore black- face in 2001, thousands of visual jokes surfaced online. That speaks to how often partisan memes are created, said Fenwick Political memes have become more powerful than traditional political advertising party staffers, are using memes, vid McKelvey, a Concordia University com- and are basically outside the realm of what Elections Canada can regulate. munications professor who studies al- gorithmic media and political campaign Scheer as the real threat. Leftist memes tion and report where their money management software. He's launched a new project called Canada and the skin tone of NDP Lead- Elections Canada media spokesperson. strategy.As a registered third party, "The Great Canadian Encyclopedia of er Jagmeet Singh rather than targeting Since Bill C-76 came into effect in ada Strong and Proud has fully Political Memes." It will analyze the most popular McKelvey identified about 30 Face- spending limits. And platforms such as with the intention of creating "s memes, map how far and how fast they book groups posting Canadian political Facebook are required to keep a public able" viral content circulate and discuss how people differ memes, with the largest, most active registry of the ads. During an election in what kinds of memes they produce, sample being anti-Trudeau and Conser- campaign, these registered third parties modify and share this election. "Ifwe can use memes as a different way much larger follower count at roughly of looking at public opinion, we might 900,000 people. have a better sense of what issues matter MEMEGENERATOR.NET North99, founded by former Libe and jokes to influence voters with sh able content. So far, Canada's political right focused on the social issue of racism in comes from and goes, according to an proved itself more adept in using June, third parties are also subject to. braced a meme-driven form of a specific images of Trudeau. And they rely heavily on emotic evocative content, said Gabrielle E researcher at Data & Society Res Institute. vative memes. These groups have a can spend just over $510,000. But those restrictions do not apply to viral social media content. For it to be an ad, there has to be a placement cost or an "They're abiding by all the Ele Canada regulations... but it's inte And while all social media groups that to Canadians," McKelvey said. "It may constantly share memes care about dif- organization has to pay for it to enter howyou don't need a lot of mone be an unpleasant reality to encounter, ferent issues - climate change on the people's feeds. "If it's a meme that some- online campaigns," Lim explainee Though Canada Strong and Prc left and centre, versus political corrup- one is posting on their Facebook or but an important one." Even more crucial, McKelvey said, is tion on the centre and right- the Tru- Twitter, that they pulled off the internet, ported just $7,441 in expenses dur didn't create it, and shared it, there's no cost. That's not a regulated third-party campaign period to Elections C deau scandal touched all sides of the spectrum. Memes provide a new way to under- stand public opinion and how message control operates on so-called "user-gen- erated" content, McKelvey said. determining how party supporters and citizens use the internet to identify with parties, leaders and movements. Political memes are apurposeful visual framing of a position and are generally inside jokes that can trigger an emotion- al response. They work best if shared widely. They're cheap, free to make and easy to create or alter. They spread rapidly. And it just takes a click to share. they spent more than $100,000 c book ads before the campaig The Canadian Press reported or activity," the spokesperson said. And there are few things that are spe- cifically spelled out as being off limits, including in the social media space, ac- day The Manning Centre an c Meanwhile, politicians themselves are cording to Elections Canada documents tion launched by Reform Party da founder Preston Manning on election security. "There is no one simple solution that $240,500 to Canada Strong ar eliminates cyber and information It was the first time the grou threats to democracy while maintaining sister organizations were ree freedom of expression," the documents publish details of their l using this latest online strategy to infuri- ate or persuade voters. Politicians have to play the social-me- dia game to reach their constituencies, nogrdingto Sun ha Hong a Simon Fra- inno tirmo molit One little meme
Canada Memes: ONO CN
 A6 TORONTO STAR SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2019
 VOTE 2019
 way in politics
 One
 little meme can go a long
 state. "Those threats are complex" and
 reach beyond the realm of election man-
 Third-party groups are using
 viral content to reach voters,
 agement.
 According to Elections Canada, areas
 considered outside the realm of Elec-
 tions Canada because they are not reg-
 ulated by the Canada Elections Act in-
 clude ensuring cybersecurity of parties
 or candidates, correcting false or mis
 leading information related to politica
 party platforms or policies, regulatin
 unpaid content on social media and pc
 licing truth in election advertising apa
 from tag lines on ads or inaccurate stat
 ments on specific topics that would a
 fect elections results.
 Meanwhile, what politicians share o
 line is also not restricted by the Cana
 Elections Act.
 Newer third-party groups, such
 Canada Strong and Proud, founded b
 former Conservative party staffer, a
 MISS ME YET?
 virtually without regulation
 MELANIE GREEN
 STAR VANCOUVER
 VANCOUVER-They pop up on your Face-
 book and Twitter feeds. They can go
 viral in a matter of moments. They've
 become more powerful than traditional
 political advertising. And they're basi-
 cally outside of the realm of Elections
 Canada.
 Memes have taken over the federal
 election.
 Take, for instance, how they saturated
 the discourse late last month: Within
 moments of the news breaking that Lib-
 eral Leader Justin Trudeau wore black-
 face in 2001, thousands of visual jokes
 surfaced online.
 That speaks to how often partisan
 memes are created, said Fenwick Political memes have become more powerful than traditional political advertising party staffers, are using memes, vid
 McKelvey, a Concordia University com- and are basically outside the realm of what Elections Canada can regulate.
 munications professor who studies al-
 gorithmic media and political campaign Scheer as the real threat. Leftist memes tion and report where their money
 management software.
 He's launched a new project called Canada and the skin tone of NDP Lead- Elections Canada media spokesperson. strategy.As a registered third party,
 "The Great Canadian Encyclopedia of er Jagmeet Singh rather than targeting Since Bill C-76 came into effect in ada Strong and Proud has fully
 Political Memes."
 It will analyze the most popular McKelvey identified about 30 Face- spending limits. And platforms such as with the intention of creating "s
 memes, map how far and how fast they book groups posting Canadian political Facebook are required to keep a public able" viral content
 circulate and discuss how people differ memes, with the largest, most active registry of the ads. During an election
 in what kinds of memes they produce, sample being anti-Trudeau and Conser- campaign, these registered third parties
 modify and share this election.
 "Ifwe can use memes as a different way much larger follower count at roughly
 of looking at public opinion, we might 900,000 people.
 have a better sense of what issues matter
 MEMEGENERATOR.NET North99, founded by former Libe
 and jokes to influence voters with sh
 able content.
 So far, Canada's political right
 focused on the social issue of racism in comes from and goes, according to an proved itself more adept in using
 June, third parties are also subject to. braced a meme-driven form of a
 specific images of Trudeau.
 And they rely heavily on emotic
 evocative content, said Gabrielle E
 researcher at Data & Society Res
 Institute.
 vative memes. These groups have a can spend just over $510,000.
 But those restrictions do not apply to
 viral social media content. For it to be an
 ad, there has to be a placement cost or an
 "They're abiding by all the Ele
 Canada regulations... but it's inte
 And while all social media groups that
 to Canadians," McKelvey said. "It may constantly share memes care about dif- organization has to pay for it to enter howyou don't need a lot of mone
 be an unpleasant reality to encounter, ferent issues - climate change on the people's feeds. "If it's a meme that some- online campaigns," Lim explainee
 Though Canada Strong and Prc
 left and centre, versus political corrup- one is posting on their Facebook or
 but an important one."
 Even more crucial, McKelvey said, is tion on the centre and right- the Tru- Twitter, that they pulled off the internet, ported just $7,441 in expenses dur
 didn't create it, and shared it, there's no
 cost. That's not a regulated third-party
 campaign period to Elections C
 deau scandal touched all sides of the
 spectrum.
 Memes provide a new way to under-
 stand public opinion and how message
 control operates on so-called "user-gen-
 erated" content, McKelvey said.
 determining how party supporters and
 citizens use the internet to identify with
 parties, leaders and movements.
 Political memes are apurposeful visual
 framing of a position and are generally
 inside jokes that can trigger an emotion-
 al response. They work best if shared
 widely. They're cheap, free to make and
 easy to create or alter.
 They spread rapidly. And it just takes a
 click to share.
 they spent more than $100,000 c
 book ads before the campaig
 The Canadian Press reported or
 activity," the spokesperson said.
 And there are few things that are spe-
 cifically spelled out as being off limits,
 including in the social media space, ac-
 day
 The Manning Centre
 an c
 Meanwhile, politicians themselves are cording to Elections Canada documents tion launched by Reform Party
 da founder Preston Manning
 on election security.
 "There is no one simple solution that $240,500 to Canada Strong ar
 eliminates cyber and information It was the first time the grou
 threats to democracy while maintaining sister organizations were ree
 freedom of expression," the documents publish details of their l
 using this latest online strategy to infuri-
 ate or persuade voters.
 Politicians have to play the social-me-
 dia game to reach their constituencies,
 nogrdingto Sun ha Hong a Simon Fra-
 inno
 tirmo molit
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