"This term I am taking civics, which is a course based on Canadian Politics.
In class the American election frequently comes up.
We have spent a quarter of this course discussing American politics, and it almost overshadows the amount we learn about our own government.
With the election fast approaching my teacher urges us to watch the presidential debates or cut related news articles out and bring them in.
Celebs involved in campaign
Celebrities and musicians are running anti-Bush campaigns, so teens think it's "cool" to be against the Republicans.
The results of this election will effect Canada's future. It's almost like the results of this election are more important than those of our own.
Most of the television my friends and I watch is American so we are exposed to many of their ideas, concepts and trends.
I know that at least I am greatly influenced by our neighbouring country."
Leah, 15, Canada
Why don't you write us a Press Pack report - and get it published on the site?!
It can be about anything that's happened in your local area - or your views on the news.