Issues

 
Written by Zenee Maceda   
Sunday, 18 October 2015

Election Day is tomorrow, and the media’s focus has inevitably turned towards young people, who are relentlessly encouraged and reminded about our civic duty to exercise our right to vote. We are told that voting is essential to ensuring a functioning democracy, and that we must vote because it is incumbent upon citizens to play an active role in determining who should represent us in Parliament.  

 

 
 
Written by Michael Hurley   
Thursday, 15 October 2015

In our third and final interview for the 2015 Federal Election – part of a series of interviews Think Forward has conducted with MPs and candidates heading into Election Day – Think Forward Managing Editor Michael Hurley recently spoke to Matthew Rowlinson, the NDP candidate for London West.

 
 
Written by Think Forward Staff   
Thursday, 17 September 2015

So you've decided that you want to vote in the federal election and you may already know which party you want to vote for, but you don't know where, when, and how you can vote. Not to worry – there are two awesome resources that can help you cast your ballot with ease, and ensure that your voice is heard in this election. 

 
 
Written by Michael Hurley   
Thursday, 10 September 2015

Continuing with the series of interviews that Think Forward is conducting with MPs and candidates for the 2015 Federal Election, Think Forward Managing Editor Michael Hurley recently interviewed Bruce Hyer, MP for Thunder Bay-Superior North and Deputy Leader of the Green Party, to discuss a number of pressing issues in this election, from climate change to Bill C-51 to post-secondary education.

 
 

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