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What I learned from attending the Broadbent Institute Progress Summit

By: Laura Ainsman Sohinki During my time as CJPAC’s Director of Outreach and Programming, I was incredibly fortunate to experience some pretty awesome things....

Empowerment and Women in Politics

By: Rachel Chertkoff I didn’t know I was interested in politics until a mentor showed me the way. She was deeply involved in campaigns...

So you’re going to the Fellowship Conference: An op-ed by Fellow Alum Brendan Steven

So you’re going to the CJPAC Fellows Conference… Wow. You’re a rockstar. Give yourself a pat on the back. You just won a gold...

Fellowship Success Story: How I Got Politically Engaged by Jeremiah Kopp

It is usually wise to stray away from absolutes when discussing politics. However, one can safely say that when it comes to political involvement,...

Jewish Heritage Month: The Next Generation — Josh Shneer

Josh Shneer is a 22 year old from Thornhill, Ontario. Last year, Josh graduated from the University of Western Ontario (UWO), earning a Bachelor...

Jewish Heritage Month — ‘L’Dor Vador’: An Interview with the Caplan Family

L’Dor Vador is a new series, focusing on the virtues of political engagement passed down from generation to generation in the Jewish community. In...

Jewish Heritage Month: The Next Generation — Adam Moscoe

Adam Moscoe – 21, born and raised in Ottawa – will graduate in June as Valedictorian with an Honours BA in Psychology from the...

Greta Hoaken (Liberal): The Biggest Mistake People Make Upon First Meeting a Politician

  I remember the first time I ever really met a Member of Parliament. I was working the phones on the first campaign I...

Marlee Mozeson (Conservative): The Biggest Mistake People Make Upon First Meeting a Politician

Meeting a politician for the first time can be very exciting, especially if you are a political fiend with signed pictures of your favourites...

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