Report Alberta 2012 in Canadian Posted Sunday at 09:09 PM 21 hours ago, Patine said: As far as I've known, Aboriginal Affairs is a strictly and reserved power for the Federal Government alone, as the successor to "the Crown," who signed all those treaties, and explicitly stated as such a jurisdiction in the Constitution Act (formerly British North America) act 1867, and not altered in the Canada Act 1982. This has not stopped Provincial Governments from trying to deal with First Nations directly from a perceived status of legal authority, but the First Nations always tend to "remind," the Provincial Government of the exclusive Federal jurisdiction, especially if they don't like fully what the Province is saying, or the Province is not offering money or a land increase up front, I'm afraid to say. It's like all of those U.S. Gubernatorial scenarios, where "Military Intervention," "Foreign Affairs," "Foreign Trade," "National Security," "Immigration," and "Social Security," are just still in the issues list, and not replace by issues specific to that state and race. Just a bit of advice there. Otherwise, looking good (except the Wildrose Alliance only got 12 seats in 2012, so your example game is FAR better of an election campaign than they did- perhaps slightly on the implausible, if not IMPOSIBLE side - but TheorySpark games let us do that to a degree - there have been players here who've beaten Reagan in 1984 U.S. Presidential scenarios, so...). Thanks for the feedback, that is useful to know (re the reserved powers), the issues are going to be adjusted in an updated version once I get some more free time to research further. In the version released yesterday, the starting polls has been updated since the early sneak preview and reflects a much closer race. The Wildrose have a significant percent of the vote set at 'leaning' to facilitate for a flow to the PC's during the campaign.