While all electoral ridings will be covered, the primary focus of Diversity Votes will be the 41 Canadian ridings where visible minorities
In the weeks leading up to the Oct. 19 federal election, Rabia Khedr started to feel like she didn’t belong in Canada.
With the final ballots long since counted and the prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau preparing to name his cabinet, members and guests of
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s ‘old stock versus new stock Canadians’ comment during a political debate could very well cost him the election.
Many new Canadian citizens will be casting their vote for the first time on Oct. 19. For them, understanding how to cast
The battle for southwestern Ontario is shaping up to be a pitched battle between rural and urban voters, with the Conservatives particularly
When it comes to elections, new Canadian citizens and young Canadian voters share similar challenges. Broadly speaking these two demographics share an
Waves of immigration throughout Canada’s history have made ethnic sub-populations key targets for Canadian election campaigns. Historically this has benefited the federal
This year’s election campaign has been one of the longest in our country’s political history, characterized by the usual kinds of political
Ayesha Syed didn’t vote in the 2011 election. It wasn’t because she took her civic duty of voting for granted or isn’t