Resources

Students and youth are the biggest voting block this election.

Be bold at the polls and mobilize the student vote with the resources available below.

Organizing Guide

An overview of the issues, the campaign, and you.

 

 

Pledge Sheet

Help students and community members pledge to vote in the Federal Election using this handy tracker. 

 

When complete, please scan and send to: campaigns@cfs-fcee.ca

"I Will Vote!" Placard

Engage with students and community members by asking them why they will vote in the upcoming Federal Election. 

 

Check out our issues page to read up on our demands this election. 

Advance Polls Location Leaflets

Let students and community members know where they can vote in advance polls using these printable leaflets. 

 

How to Organize a Debate Guide

Thinking of hosting a debate on your campus or within your community? This guide can help you organize your timeline, format, questions, and other logistical elements. 

 

Informational Webinar

Want to learn how to mobilize on campus and encourage the student vote? Our national executive team recorded an informational webinar on how you can get students to the polls, talk about issues in a non-partisan ways, engage youth on elections issues meaningfully, and more! 

 

Vote Catcher

 

 
To use the Vote Catcher, print out the PDF on 8.5"x11" paper and cut the square out and fold along the lines as you would a cootie catcher.
Posters

How To Vote

 

Voting on Campus

 

Hosting a Local Event

 

Issues - Vote for Free Education

 

Issues - Honour Indigenous Learners' Right to Education 

 

Issues - Fairness for International Students

 

Issues - Climate Justice

 

 

Shareables for Social Media

Issues - Vote for Free Education

 

Issues - Honour Indigenous Learners' Right to Education 

 

Issues - Fairness for International Students

 

Issues - Climate Justice

 

Cover Photos for Social Media

Feel free to change the header/cover photos on your social media accounts to the Time To Be Bold headers during the election period!

Facebook

 

Twitter

 

Captions for Social Media

When posting these shareables on social media, make sure to add a blurb or caption regarding the campaign- here are some examples you can use!

 

 

Interested in each party’s stance on these issues?

Interested in the issues facing students?

Sign the pledge to get involved here!