2015 Federal Election

2015 Election Bulletin | Democracy | Poverty | Climate Justice | Refugees

What Election 2015 Means for Public Justice

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2015 Election

As we do during every federal election, CPJ has prepared an Election Bulletin. It includes our public justice analysis, as well as policy recommendations and questions for candidates on our priority issues: poverty elimination, climate justice, refugee rights, and democracy.

Election 2015: Regional Perspectives

2015 Federal Election

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2015 Election Bulletin

Stay Up-to-date! 

CPJ will be sending out more updates during the 2015 federal election campaign. Stay up-to-date by:

Organize an Event

An event during the election campaign can be a great way to discuss important issues with candidates and educate members of your community. You can structure the meeting in various ways, including a roundtable discussion, a town hall meeting or a debate.

Learn more from CPJ's Advocacy Toolkit.

Register to Vote!

Make sure you are registered to vote!

Go to Elections Canada for more details. 

Ecumenical Election Resources

To see what other groups are suggesting Canadians consider during this election, please visit the following links. CPJ does not necessarily endorse and is not responsible for the content of external sites.

Anglican Church of Canada

Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops

Canadian Council for Refugees

Canadian Council of Churches (CPJ contributed to three sections)

Canadian Foodgrains Bank

Canadian Friends’ Service Committee (Quakers)

Christian Reformed Centre for Public Dialogue

Council of Canadians

The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada

Mennonite Central Committee

United Church of Canada