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  1. Niether of those seem to apply.

    I just took my riding file and scenario_variables from the PM4E:UK and put it in the PM4E:Canada 06 directory.

    I mean, it doesn't affect the game at all, but it comes up whenever I try to load the game. I don't know what it means.

  2. I played a runthrough of the game today and was amazed by how much work needs to be done...

    1) Many of the candidates aren't even the ones who are running, i.e. Desmond McGrath is listed as the NDP candidate for Random-Burin-St. Georges, Rebecca Blaikie is listed as the NDP candidate for LaSalle-Emard, Thierry Larrivee was listed as the Bloc candidate for LaSalle-Emard. It would have made sense to put "Unknown" in ridings where the candidate hadn't been nominated yet, but why leave a name of a person that isn't running?

    2) I played as the Bloc and watched as, within 3 weeks, the NDP rose to 80 seats.

    3)Without any effort at all, the Bloc rose to 69 seats within 2 weeks and ended the election with 67 seats.

    4) The ridings in BC have already been mentioned.

    I hope these issues will be looked after.

  3. We will be issuing updates to owners of Prime Minister Forever - Canada 2006 throughout the campaign - probably once every two weeks - with the latest candidate information, events, and so on.

    Hope this helps and sincerely,

    The 80soft.com Team

    When will the first update be released?

    And will it include the proper riding names for the ridings that changed their name between 2004 and 2006?

  4. I noticed that many of the ridings don't have the new names. I haven't really looked too far beyond BC, but, for instance...

    The game still has:

    - Dewdney-Alouette which is called Pitt Meadows-Maple Ridge-Mission now

    - Southern Interior which is called British Columbia Southern Interior now

    - Kamloops-Thompson which is called Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo now

    - Kelowna which is now called Kelowna-Lake Country now

    Matter of fact, I don't think any of the new riding names in BC are there.

  5. Well, the problem being that most of them don't even get 1% of the vote in ridings, and only 5 parties have any shot of getting a seat.

    True. But they influence. For example, if the Communist Party, the Canadian Action Party and the Marijuana Party each get 1% of the vote in a riding, and the Liberal candidate loses by 3%, then....

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