Everyday Political Citizens

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More on the Everyday Political Citizen Project

#EPCitizen on the blog

  • July 21, 2014

    #SamaraChat II: What does it mean to be political?

    This will be our second in a series of chats held on Twitter using #SamaraChat. July 30th we'll be talking about what it means to be political, focusing on activities beyond voting.
  • July 16, 2014

    Parenting an Every Day Political Kid

    The mother an Everyday Political Citizen nominee writes about her feelings of pride on reading her daughter's nomination.
  • June 17, 2014

    Samara’s Everyday Political Citizen contest launches in two weeks!

    Last year we hosted the Everyday Political Citizen contest that celebrated the unsung heroes of Canadian democracy. This year we're at it again!
  • April 10, 2014

    How an MP’s open-door policy welcomed me to the world of politics

    Sometimes it just takes an invitation to get someone excited about politics. Read about Everyday Political Citizen Gabriela Gonzalez who's entry into politics came thanks to an MP who made an effort to get young people involved.
  • April 08, 2014

    How being a geek in high school paid off

    What makes some people so passionate about politics? Sometimes it’s as simple as an invitation, or an extracurricular activity. We reached out to this year’s Everyday Political Citizens to learn how they ended up at the political table. Throughout March and April we’ll be sharing their stories. Today’s blog post is written by Jennifer Hollett, an award-winning journalist, politician, and the nominator of one of our shortlisted Everyday Political Citizens.