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Students elect Liberal minority government in national student parallel election

More than 800,000 elementary and high school students across the country participated in Student Vote Canada, coinciding with the 2021 federal election. After learning about democracy and elections, researching the parties and platforms, and debating the future of the country, students cast their ballots for the official candidates running in their school’s electoral district. As […]

Last minute tips and reminders!

We hope you and your students are looking forward to Student Vote Day. Here are a few reminders and suggestions for the final days of the campaign to maximize the time you have left. Ballot package issues If your package is lost or delayed, please contact our team. We have different options that will still […]

Student Vote Ballots and Comparing the Party Platforms

There are now six days remaining until the election, but there is still lots of time to engage in discussions and activities to help prepare your students for Student Vote Day.  Your Student Vote ballots Our distribution team has packaged more than 1 million Student Vote ballots, and they are now on their way to […]

Campaign update: Leaders’ Debates, Youth Vote Compass and Teacher Tips

We wanted to share some useful resources as you engage your students in the federal election – as well as some much-deserved appreciation for your participation.  Leaders’ debates The French-language leaders’ debate took place last night, and the English leaders’ debate is tonight at 9pm EDT. The English debate will cover five themes: affordability, climate, […]

Quick Student Vote Canada tips from teachers

We know that the timeline for Student Vote Canada is tight this year, so we asked a few educators from across the country to share their quick Student Vote tips. Watch the ten clips below for ideas and inspiration as you prepare to engage your students over the next few weeks. The videos are also […]

Party Leader Q&A videos now available

We are delighted to share a resource that you can use to easily introduce your students to the parties and their leaders in preparation for their Student Vote Day.    In June, we invited students to submit questions for the party leaders and we received many thoughtful suggestions from throughout the country. We selected seven […]