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Just f'ing voteCANADA ELECTION 2019

Participation & volunteer opportunities, across Canada

“If you care about the environment, there's nothing more important than increasing the level of environmental literacy in all parties. And with an election around the corner, now is the time. GreenPAC's environmental champions announced today. Pick one (or more), dig as deep as you can, and help get them elected!” — Aaron Freeman,

How to vote:

  • Elections Canada — “You can vote almost any time. To vote, you must be a Canadian citizen, be at least 18 years old on election day, and prove your identity and address. Choose the voting option that works best for you.” — Ways to vote
  • Google

Find your candidate and get involved:

Get youth to vote:

News & resources

GreenPAC is a non-partisan, non-profit organization working to elect and support environmental leaders of all major parties running for office. We have run successful endorsement campaigns in the Federal (2015), Manitoba (2016), B.C. (2017) and Ontario (2018) elections.

GreenPAC Candidate Matching Tool — Take our Candidate Matching Tool to find the election candidate that shares your environmental and political values. If you have not already joined our email list, you will be asked to enter your information. GreenPAC respects your privacy and will not share the information with anyone else.

GreenPAC-endorsed candidates — We’re excited to reveal our much-anticipated list of federal election 2019 endorsements – the candidates running for office from Canada’s major political parties with track records of bold environmental leadership and a real shot at winning their riding.

Volunteer for GreenPAC — Do you think that the environment is the biggest issue this election? Want to help environmental champions become MPs this October? Then come join the GreenPAC federal election campaign.

All-Candidates Debate:

  • “Democracy is not something that you believe in, or something that you hang your hat on. It's something that you do, you participate. Without participation, democracy crumbles and fails. If you participate, you win, the future is yours.” — Abbie Hoffman100 Debates on the Environment — We're holding 100 non-partisan all-candidate debates on the environment all across Canada, all before the next election. Thursday October 3:
  • Eat Think Vote — bringing together community members across Canada to chat with their federal candidates about food insecurity and other food issues that matter to them. It’s up to you to make food an election issue! Host or participate in one of the dozens of events taking place from coast to coast to coast. Events across Canada throughout October:
  • Party leaders debate — (French), televised, Thurs October 10 — How to watch 



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Current status: Open/apply now.   Date posted: Oct 9 2019    ID: 54707