The Federal Election is October 19, 2015. Here are several resources on important federal election issues such as affordable housing and income security.
- Elections Canada - online tool to help people determine whether or not they are registered to vote. Their website includes other voter information services.
- Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network - Funding HIV/AIDS strategy - response from Canada's major federal parties
- Canadian Housing and Renewal Association (CHRA) - federal election - housing for all network page. CHRA podcast (with the NDP and Liberals)
- The Canadian Working Group on HIV and Rehabilitation (CWGHR) poses Five Questions for the Five Parties. En français: Les cinq questions du GTCVRS pour les cinq partis politiques.
- The Homeless Hub - party platforms wrap-up and analysis
- The Ontario AIDS Network (OAN) has summarized Federal Election 2015 HIV Issues.
- The National Vote to End Poverty campaign launched September 1. Please visit their website for information and materials.
- Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association (ONPHA) - election-related information and resources. ONPHA has created some infographics that can be shared through social media and shared a lot of the content created by CHRA.
- The Right To Housing Coalition (part of the Housing For All partnership) has updated its website with fact sheets, resources and tools, to present the right for affordable housing as an election issue.
- Social Planning Toronto has prepared a series of fact sheets in preparation for the upcoming federal election. They cover an array of different topics, including Poverty Reduction, Health Care and Affordable Housing
- Trans Vote Canada - Voting while Trans
For any questions, please contact Joan Anderson at THN.