Federal Election (Sep. 20)
Canadian Catholics are being called upon as citizens to exercise their right to vote on Federal Election day, Monday, Sep. 20, 2021. Below are the past guidelines from CCCB to guide Catholics in voting: The easy-to-use digital/booklet guide (right) from Novalis is also available. It draws on Catholic social teaching to help voters make up their minds on the key issues in this federal election. More info
Webinar: Preparing for the Federal Election
Catholic Conscience presents a free webinar as part of their Catholic Action initiative in the 2021 federal election campaign: Federal Election 2021: Catholics & Canadian Politics, featuring John Milloy. In a wide-ranging conversation at the apex of the 2021 federal election, Catholic Conscience will discuss the past, present, and future of Catholic political engagement at the federal level, as well as the ongoing election campaign—Catholics’ place in it, and Milloy’s analysis of the state of Canadian politics as we prepare to elect our next federal government.
Did you know you can vote by mail?
When you vote by mail, you vote by special ballot. Once you have applied to vote by mail and we have approved your application, we mail you a special ballot voting kit that includes everything you need to vote. You fill out your ballot and mail it back to Elections Canada using a pre-addressed return envelope with prepaid postage. Your ballot must be returned by election day.
Click here for more information about voting by mail.