Vote PopUp

The Vote PopUp kit was created by Samara Canada to foster interest in the upcoming election and demystify the voting process for first-time or infrequent voters.

Workshops are being help across Canada to maximize voter turnout by: 

  • confirming participants are registered with up-to-date information;
  • verifying their electoral district and polling location; 
  • informing them about ID requirements and ways to vote; and 
  • allowing them to practice casting a ballot.

Find a workshop in your community or region and RSVP:

Vancouver: Wednesday, August 26th, 5-7:00 PM, Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House, 800 East Broadway Avenue, Vancouver [RSVP Now]

Calgary: Wednesday, August 26th, 9-11:00 AM, Central Public Library, John Dutton Theatre, 616 Macleod Trail SE, Calgary [RSVP Now] (Hosted by Calgary-based VoteKit.)

Toronto (Youth): Tuesday, September 1st, 5:30-7:30 PM, Samara Canada, 33 Prince Arthur Avenue, Toronto [RSVP Now] (Note: This is a youth-oriented training for youth-led and youth-driven organizations and is co-hosted by the Laidlaw Foundation.)

Halifax: Tuesday, September 1st, Morning (times to be announced), Halifax Central Library, 5440 Spring Garden Road, Halifax [RSVP coming soon]

Dartmouth: Thursday, September 10th, Evening (times to be announced), Alderney Gate Library, 60 Alderney Drive, Dartmouth [RSVP coming soon]

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