2015 #EPCitizen Launch

Tragedy in the Commons

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The Everyday Political Citizen project celebrates positive political role models and builds a culture of positive politics in Canada.

Samara's looking for ordinary people across Canada who make a difference in their political community in either big or small ways: perhaps an inspiring teacher, political volunteer or community advocate.

Think of someone you admire and ...              

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  • July 01, 2015

    2015 EPCitizen nominee: Marco Antonuzzo

    Marco has inspired many students to pursue political science in university and has done so much with very little thanks and never asks for it. He is a person who does this for the greater good with no expectations of recognition.
  • July 01, 2015

    2015 EPCitizen: New Toronto Nominees

    Here, we include a handful of Toronto nominees submitted this past week at the EPCitizen launch party.
  • June 30, 2015

    2015 EPCitizen nominee: Nadine Tkatchevskaia

    Never mind Everyday Political Citizen. Nadine Tkatchevskaia is an Everywhere Political Citizen.
  • June 30, 2015

    2015 EPCitizen nominee: Bev LeFrancois

    Bev is a different kind of hero - one who plugs away every day doing what she believes is right to make a difference in their world. She is among extraordinary individuals who, through their work, have changed their world.
  • June 30, 2015

    2015 EPCitizen nominee: Sarah Harrison

    Sarah Jean Harrison has worked tirelessly as an educator at Ryerson University, she teaches a course on homelessness in Canadian Society.

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Canadian politics: What do you care about?

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  • A report on how the House of Commons works and what’s discussed there: Lost in Translation
  • An infographic on debate in the House of Commons, divided by gender, age and party lines: House of Words
  • 50 ways to fix our political system: Redesigning Parliament

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Check out our blog. Here are the top picks to get you started: