Resources and tools for learning, teaching, and engaging about federal elections and democracy.
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Student Vote Canada
Elections Step by Step
Working in a federal election
Students 16 years or older can take their learning about democracy one step further and apply to work as a poll worker during the federal election.
There are opportunities to work at advance polls on weekends, not just election day, so there is no need to miss school.
Working at the polls is a unique opportunity for students to get involved in elections – even before they are eligible to vote.
Start the school year with Student Vote CanadaBody
The federal election is taking place early in the school year (Monday, September 20). But that doesn’t mean you can’t put Student Vote Canada in your back-to-school lesson plan and take advantage of ...
Working in a federal election—experiential learningBody
The goal of civic education is to prepare young people to participate in electoral democracy. Elections Canada offers a suite of educational resources to support teachers’ curriculum outcomes. There ...
Student Vote Canada: Register today!Body
Looking for a great way to engage students in the federal election? Register your school or class for Student Vote Canada. Join students from all 338 ridings in this unique learning experience, which ...