Canadian Jewish Political Affairs Committee
Elections

How to Get Engaged This Political Season

By: Zack Babins For most of my life I’ve been engaged in politics. By engaged, I mean that I read the news, studied, debated (well,...

Elections and You

By: Zack Silverberg Now that we’ve rung in 2015 it is time to grasp how important this year will be for Canadians. Once again,...

Election 2011

Visit CJPAC’s election engagement portal www.itsup2you.cato learn how you can get involved and make a difference in this election!

CJPAC e-Update: And we’re off!

eUpdate #1   March 29, 2011 – 34 days to go! And we’re off! Welcome to Election 2011.  CJPAC – as the only organization...

Municipal Elections

Many cities across Canada have scheduled their municipal elections for October 25, 2010. Below are a number of ways you can make an impact....

Participate in the 2008 Quebec Provincial Election

A provincial election has been called in Quebec for December 8, 2008.  We encourage you to make a difference for the Jewish community in...

Thank you for making Election 2008 a huge success

Congratulations to everyone who participated and helped make a difference in the federal election held on October 14. Our community succeeded in making our...

It’s up to you — get involved

Canadian Jewish News     It’s up to you — get involved     Guest Voice By JOSH COOPER Thursday, 25 September 2008  ...

Experience the Political Process – The 2008 Federal By-Elections

Volunteering for an election campaign is great way to build relationships with Members of Parliament and other decision-makers. These relationships are essential to ensuring...

Get involved in Federal by-elections!

On December 21st, Prime Minister Stephen Harper called for by-elections to be held on March 17th, 2008 in Toronto Centre, Willowdale, Vancouver Quadra and...

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