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To become a member of Equal Voice, membership fees are $50. If you are a student or those with tight finances, membership fees are $10. Your membership will last for one year from the date of payment.

Membership in Equal Voice is both national and regional.

There are two ways to become a member of Equal Voice or to renew your membership:

  1. Pay for your membership online
    If you are a new member, or renewing your membership, please complete the electronic form below. Once you have completed the form, you will be directed to Moneris, Canada's largest and best rated company for secure financial transactions.
  2. Pay for your membership by cheque
    Please print and complete this registration form here and mail the complete form along with a cheque to our office. Please make cheques payable to Equal Voice. Our address is:

    Equal Voice
    1500 Bank Street
    P.O. Box 603
    Ottawa ON
    K1H 1B8

    NOTE: We cannot process your membership unless you include the registration form (hyperlink) so that we can be sure that we have your correct contact information including your name, address, telephone number, and email address. Please do not send a cheque in the mail without a completed form.

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If you are 25 years or under, you can receive youth-oriented information, and participate in our growing campus chapters.

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NOTE: We cannot process your membership unless you include this online registration form so that we can be sure that we have your correct contact information including your name, address, telephone number, and email address. Please do not send a cheque in the mail without the above noted information attached.

 


Equal Voice
1500 Bank Street
P.O. Box 603
Ottawa, Ontario
K1H 1B8




Equal Voice is an organization that would not exist without the support of individual contributors and volunteers. Thank you for supporting the election of more women in Canada. Please note that due to Equal Voice’s important advocacy work, we are unable to provide charitable receipts.

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Thanks also to the Government of Canada (Status of Women & Canadian Heritage) for their financial support.

Who Is Being Her. Supporting Her. Celebrating Her.

Gretchen Kelbaugh

Producer/Director of "Menocracy"

"My great-aunt, Canadian Gertrude Harding, was the head of Mrs Pankhurst’s secret bodyguard during the militant women’s suffrage movement. Her spirit and I salute the work of Equal Voice."

Kimothy Walker

CTV Ottawa News Anchor

"How can we NOT want more women as leaders in politics and business? How can we not want more role models for Canadian girls? How can we not develop public policies that reflect the needs of all citizens to help Canada flourish? How can we not want to be a shining example to other countries where women are silenced?"

Kerry Patterson-Baker

Product and Partner Communications MBNA, a division of TD Bank Group

"Women remain stubbornly under-represented in Canada’s boardrooms and legislatures. I have long supported initiatives that work to remove the obstacles that limit a woman’s ability to take their rightful place as leaders and decision makers. This campaign illustrates the ways in which we can all move this important objective forward: BE her, SUPPORT her, CELEBRATE her. I hope you will help."

Amy Kishek

Law student, University of Ottawa

"It's about damn time."

Hon. Lisa Raitt, MP

Deputy Leader of the Conservative Party

"Studies have proven that women improve the management and performance of companies. Meaning that we, as women in politics, must also be improving the management and performance of this country. So I will continue to work to ensure there are more women. This is not only an issue of moral or ethical equality - it's just good sense."

Etana Cain

Legislative Assistant, Office of MP Craig Scott

"You can call Equal Voice, and they will always be there - not only to explain how politics works for women - but to support female candidates and advocate for change. To me, EV is crucial to ensuring we build a parliament that better reflects the diversity of our country."

Aimee Foreman

Past Equal Voice New Brunswick Co-chair

"“Deep change in our political system is needed. I believe it will only be achieved when our elected officials truly represent our citizenship; including ensuring a balanced gender perspective. More women running = more women winning.”"

Lesia Babiak

Executive Director, Government Affairs, Johnson & Johnson

"Johnson & Johnson, Family of Companies in Canada has been a sponsor of Equal Voice since 2005. I am proud of Johnson & Johnson's involvement in helping to encourage more Canadian women to seek public office. But as in public life, so too must corporate Canada remove barriers for women keen to serve boards and lead in senior executive positions. Equal Voice is helping to change the face of Canadian politics, but also stimulating important discussion in corporate Canada. I am excited, personally and professionally, to be a part of the EV team."

Hon. Jean Augustine, PC, CM

Ontario Fairness Commissioner

"Women’s voices need to be represented among all levels of government to ensure a civil and caring society. Our political structures require the full and active participation of women to truly reflect the concerns and issues of all Canadians."

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