#ArtsVote Election Toolkit

#ArtsVote Election Toolkit

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Federal Parties’ Positions on Arts and Culture

There are many ways to find out about a given party’s stance with regards to arts and culture. You may explore their past policies, you may scan past statements. You can also ask direct questions to parties and candidates. The Canadian Arts Coalition has contacted all the major parties running in the 2015 Federal Election […]

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Initiatives for Arts Service Organizations during the Election

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Initiatives for Arts Service Organizations during the Election

The Coalition is not just made up of individuals, but of a large network of nonprofits and charities that support artists and arts workers. There are many ways that your organization can be a part of the 2015 election: Monthly Meetings For the duration of the campaign, the Coalition will be hosting monthly teleconferences with […]

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Join the Discussion! #ArtsVote

Make your Voice Heard on Social Media #artsvote Twitter hashtag – If you are tweeting about federal election arts issues, we ask that you consider using the hashtag #artsvote alongside #canpoli – and tell everyone you know to do the same! Visit us @artscoalitionca Social Media Primer – Wondering how to get involved in the social […]

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We’re Collaborating with Apathy is Boring!

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We’re Collaborating with Apathy is Boring!

In one of our last posts, Preparing for the Federal Election, we mentioned an exciting collaboration. Well now, the Coalition is proud to officially present a new partnership with Apathy is Boring! We’ll be busy creating and sharing tools and resources to increase civic involvement across Canada. Moreover, we will work together across various platforms to reach and encourage new voters to participate […]

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