2018 Ontario Election Resources
Social Planning Toronto - Ontario Provincial Elections Factsheets
Social Planning Toronto, Democratic Engagement Exchange, and Apathy is Boring produced a set of five fact sheets on key issues in the Ontario Provincial Election. Learn more about affordable housing, child care, post-secondary education, jobs, and transit in our province. Click on the links below for more information. Translated versions (Chinese, Tamil, Tagalog, and Arabic) will be available in mid-May.
Affordable Housing Child Care Jobs
Arabic, Chinese, Tagalog, Tamil Arabic, Chinese, Tagalog, Tamil Arabic, Chinese, Tagalog, Tamil
Post-Secondary Education Transit
ISARC - Ontario Provincial Election Kit
The Interfaith Social Assistance Reform Coalition (ISARC) has prepared a Provincial Election Kit for faith communities to discuss issues and deliberate on electoral choices. The ISARC Election Kit focuses on Employment Justice, Income Security and Affordable Housing. The Kit contains practical information on how to find the candidates in your riding, how to organize all-candidates meetings, questions for the candidates along with practical user ready form letters plus much more.
Provincial Election Kit 2018
The website for Elections Ontario with information, resources and materials for teachers, students and citizens to learn how to vote in an Ontario Election. Find More Information Here.
Ontario Nonprofit Network
The nonprofit sector is already hard at work serving communities. We are a natural ally of the government in our shared commitment to using our collective resources to support he needs and priorities of Ontario's diverse communities. As part of the Election 2018 activities, we've summarized what the provincial political parties have been saying about the sector and many of the issues that our sector cares about. Read the summary here. and Find our election webpage here.
Colour of Poverty - Racial Justice Report Card
Colour of Poverty - Colour of Change (COP-COC) is a community initiative based in the province of Ontario, Canada, which is made up of individuals and organizations working to build community-based capacity to address the growing racialization of poverty and the resulting increased levels of social exclusion and marginalization of racialized communities (both Indigenous Peoples and peoples of colour) across Ontario.
This non-partisan report card is centred on priorities that have the greatest impact on Ontario’s ethno-racially diverse communities. Find the report here.