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#EPCitizen on the blog

  • September 29, 2014

    Like books? Like politics? Nominate an EPCitizen!

    Every week from now until the end of October, we’ll be giving away books to randomly selected nominators from the Everyday Political Citizen project. To become eligible for the draw, just submit an EPCitizen nomination today. It just takes a minute and is a great way to recognize the political heroes in your community.
  • September 26, 2014

    Friday Fill(ibuster): Personal PM and QP quibbles

    There are questions churning this week about parliamentary decorum, the responsibilities of ministers and governments, the nature of party discipline and the structure of the political brain. But we begin with the question that really matters: what’s it like to build your own Stephen Harper?
  • September 24, 2014

    In democracy, as in life, it's the little things that count

    What does it mean to be political? The Everyday Political Citizen project celebrates the people who get political and act on the things they care about.
  • September 08, 2014

    Announcing the EPCitizen Jury and more

    Launching our Everyday Political Citizen Jury for 2014 and dropping some details for our fall event schedule! Check out the web version of our e-newsletter right here!
  • August 19, 2014

    Much more to Canadian political culture than voter suppression

    As word of former political staffer Michael Sona’s conviction in the robocalls scandal rolls across the news, it is worth recalling that many more staffers and campaign volunteers are investing their time in politics out of a genuine desire to make the country better.