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Everyday Political Citizen Wednesday, October 18, 2017

EPC: Marc Hull-Jacquin

Marc Hull-Jacquin is founder and executive director of The Shelter Movers of Toronto, a non-profit moving service for women who have experienced domestic abuse.
Everyday Political CitizenWednesday, October 18, 2017

EPC: Serisha Iyar

As the co-president of McGill Women in Leadership Students’ Association, Serisha organized over 50 events welcoming women from a variety of career fields to share their stories. Read more
Everyday Political CitizenWednesday, October 18, 2017

EPC: Archna Abrol

Archna Abrol is a person who is deeply committed to promotion of the Multifaith Housing Initiative’s (MHI) mission to end homelessness in our cities. Read more
Everyday Political CitizenWednesday, October 18, 2017

EPC: Yvonne Su

As one of the most successful grassroots mobilizers in Canada, Yvonne created the viral “vote mobs” phenomenon that took the country by storm. She then co-founded the organization Vote Savvy. Read more
Everyday Political CitizenWednesday, October 18, 2017

EPC: Anna Kopec

Anna Kopec seeks to uncover the forgotten individuals in Canada’s democracy. Her research demonstrates the factors that influence the homeless’ decision to vote, and the societal and structural impediments that exist to their participation. Read more
Everyday Political CitizenWednesday, October 18, 2017

EPC: Jesse Thistle

Jesse was awarded the Governor General’s Silver Medal in 2016 and is a Trudeau and Vanier Scholar. His work involves researching and working with contemporary Metis communities that are suffering from the effects of inter-generational trauma Read more

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Everyday Political CitizenWednesday, October 18, 2017

EPC: Susan Pigott

Susan Pigott has spent a lifetime working for social justice and combatting poverty from her work with CAMH, St. Christopher’s House, and United Way.Read more
Everyday Political CitizenWednesday, October 18, 2017

EPC: Philippa Von Ziegenweidt

For the last four years, Philippa has been leading a grassroots David vs. Goliath-like fight against a plan to build a mega hospital on active farmland 13 km from Windsor, Ontario’s core.Read more
Everyday Political CitizenTuesday, October 17, 2017

EPC: Hollis Peirce

Hollis is advancing our understanding of accessibility. As someone who has Muscular Dystrophy, he uses his involvement in power hockey, and a myriad of political and community activities, to create fuller participation in society.Read more
Everyday Political CitizenTuesday, October 17, 2017

EPC: Sarah Skinner

Sarah is a law student at the University of Ottawa who is passionate about immigration and refugee law. She puts her learning to practice in every aspect of her life. Read more
Everyday Political CitizenTuesday, October 17, 2017

EPC: Mim Harder

During the day, Mim Harder works at Markham Stouffville Hospital organizing appointments for newborns. After hours, she volunteers the rest of her day to educate her community on the history of Indigenous peoples.Read more
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