Canada Votes 2015 – Federal Election Fact Sheets Are Now Available!

The federal election is on October 19, 2015. You will go to the polls on this day to choose your government and determine who will represent your interests at the national level for the next four years.

The Canada Votes series focuses on key federal issues that affect our lives everyday. The following fact sheets introduce you to 14 social issues, provide questions you can ask the candidates and highlight additional resources.

Share these resources with your friends, family, colleagues and communities.

Vote on October 19! Your vote makes a difference!

Affordable Housing

Child Care

Climate Change

Community Infrastructure

Employment Insurance

Health Care

Immigration Population: Express Entry

Jobs and Economy

Long Form Census

Migrant Workers

Poverty Reduction

Public Transit

Responsible Taxation

Seniors and Income Security

Many of these fact sheets will be translated in over 15 languages in the coming weeks. Check out our website regularly to view and download these fact sheets in French, Arabic, Chinese, Spanish, Urdu, Tamil, Bengali, Swahili, Somali, Yoruba, Shona, and more.

Check www.spno.ca/canada-votes-2015 for translated versions in September.

CANADA VOTES SERIES WAS PRODUCED BY: Canadian Council on Social Development, Community Development Council Durham, Community Development HaltonEdmonton Social Planning Council, Saint John Human Development Council, Social Planning and Research Council of BC, Social Planning and Research Council of Hamilton, Social Planning Council of Cambridge and North Dumfries, Social Planning Council of Kitchener-Waterloo, Social Planning Network of Ontario, and Social Planning Toronto.