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What if kids could vote: Join us for a luncheon with Parliamentarians and young Canadians to discuss the upcoming federal election

  • Parliament Hill Sir John A Macdonald Building, Room 200, 144 Wellington St. Ottawa Canada (map)

Kids can't vote, but they have something to say about the key issues they want to see our leaders discussing in the upcoming federal election.

Join Children First Canada for a special luncheon on Parliament Hill, hosted by:

  • Liberal Member of Parliament (TBC) 

  • Karen Vecchio, Member of Parliament for Elgin-Middlesex-London, and Official Opposition Shadow Minister for Families, Children and Social Development

  • Anne Minh-Thu Quach, Member of Parlaiment for Salaberry - Suroit, and NDP Critic for Youth

Learn more about the Canadian Children's Charter and the top priorities for Canada's children and youth, and the recent #Youthquake polling results released by Abacus Data and 10 of Canada's leading youth-serving organizations on the opinions of young Canadians towards civic engagement.   

For more info, please contact: 

#IfKidsCouldVote #Youthquake 

Tickets are limited! Book your free ticket online today by clicking the button below:

Earlier Event: November 20
National Child Day
Later Event: September 26
Raising Canada - Toronto