Elections 2019: Resources for Members

There are more than 700 000 artists and cultural workers in Canada. That’s over 700 000 votes!
Below are some resources created by the Canadian Arts Coalition and others that can help you make yourself heard through your vote.

We encourage you to share this information widely with your membership, especially first-time voters!

Introductory article, geared mostly to first-time voters

Practical information about voting can be found here 

Where do the parties stand? Non-partisan information on parties’ platforms. Note that this page will be updated regularly as the Coalition receives answers to their questionnaire.

Federal election messaging prepared by the Canadian Arts Coalition

Leaders debate:
English debate – Monday Oct. 7, 2019, 7-9 p.m. ET
French debate – Thursday Oct. 10, 2019, 8-10 p.m.

Information on how to submit a question to the debate

Position Paper developed by Culture Montreal (FR)

If you have other resources you would like to suggest for this list, email us at coord@imaa.ca

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