Psychology Votes

The CPA will be watching for opportunities where we can get psychological health and science on the agenda. This year we are taking a different approach to an election strategy; one that empowers members to connect with their candidates and build connections with Canada’s future Members of Parliament (MPs) from across the political spectrum. Our goal is to foster direct relationships between CPA members and future MPs to shape the political agenda post-election. CPA’s 2019 pre-budget submission will inform its post-election advocacy efforts:

338CANADA.COM - poll, seat, and riding tracker
Become a Very Involved Psychologist (VIP) or Very Involved Psychological Researcher (VIPR)
NATIONALNEWSWATCH - a site that gives a daily updated and distilled lay of the land from a wide spectrum of Canada’s leading media outlets.
Registered Political Parties
Advocacy Resources
CBC News - How do the main parties compare on these issues?

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