Hey Cliff, here are some minor bugs and some feedback for you.
I’m not sure if that comma is supposed to be there, but I’ll point it out just in case.
There are some names in the list that aren’t fully capitalized such as ‘party’. It would also be nice if you could add “The Conservative Party”, “The Liberal Party”, and “The New Democratic Party” to the naming list as those are the three most popular parties in Canada.
You currently have Canada set at 5 years per election. Although in our constitution it states there must be an election every 5 years, it is generally regarded that you call one every 4 years. So I would suggest setting it to 4 years instead of 5 years.
Canada has fully universal healthcare that covers everything except dental care, eye care, and pharma care. Around 70% of healthcare is state-run in Canada, so I would probably set the state healthcare to a higher level than where its currently at.
Unknown character in this person’s name?
Canada passed Euthanasia in 2016, and I believe it is one doctors approval.
As others have stated, there needs to be a baseline of supporters within your own party. About 1% of total population.
From strength to strength? Is this what it’s supposed to say?
I would probably lower personal income tax to around 40%, because we have a scaling income tax that increases based on your income. Not many people pay above 40% as a result of this. You could also create a set of policies that deal with income tax brackets which ties directly to the income tax rate. Just a suggestion.
Third Parties need to be strengthened across the board in countries with parliamentary democracies. In Canada, a third party usually wins 15%-20% of the vote (or around 2 million votes). As the game also counts non-voters, this would translate to about 7-10% on this election screen. So just some general re-balancing there.
That’s all I have for now, but will post more after I play another round today.