Canadian Jewish Political Affairs Committee
Elections

There’s always work to be done to volunteer in an election. Whether it’s knocking on doors, making calls or working on a campaign, CJPAC can be your political concierge.
CJPAC has helped thousands of people get involved in elections over the years, and we can connect you with the campaign of your choice.

For more information, watch this page during elections or contact volunteer@cjpac.ca

Why get involved in an election?

Federal

The next federal election is scheduled for October 16, 2023*. 

Provinces

Provincial candidates are eager for passionate campaign volunteers who believe in their message. Does this sound like you? CJPAC would be happy to connect you with the campaign of your choice!

Alberta
Alberta’s next election is scheduled for the Spring of 2023. 

British Columbia
British Columbia’s next election is scheduled for October 24, 2020.
Click HERE to volunteer in the BC provincial election!

Manitoba 
Manitoba’s next election is scheduled for the Summer of 2023*. 

New Brunswick
New Brunswick’s next election is scheduled for the Autumn of 2024. 

Newfoundland and Labrador
Newfoundland and Labrador’s next election is scheduled for the Autumn of 2023**.

Northwest Territories
Northwest Territories’ next election is scheduled for October 2023***. 

Nova Scotia 
Nova Scotia’s next election is scheduled for the Spring of 2022*. 

Nunavut 
Nunavut’s next election is scheduled for the Spring of 2021***. 

Ontario
Ontario’s next election is scheduled for the Summer of 2022. 

Prince Edward Island
Prince Edward Island’s next election is scheduled for the Autumn of 2023*. 

Quebec
Quebec’s next election is scheduled for the Autumn of 2022. 

Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan’s next election is scheduled for October 26, 2020.
Click HERE to volunteer in the Saskatchewan provincial election!

Yukon
Yukon Territory’s next election is scheduled for the Autumn of 2021. 

Notes
*Since no party holds a majority of seats in the legislature, the election may be scheduled earlier if the legislature is dissolved due to a vote of non-confidence.
**Provincial legislation requires that a general election must occur no more than one year following a Premier’s resignation.
*** Indicates jurisdictions without political parties, operating on consensus government systems.