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Youth Chapter Developments at McGill and Carleton University

Equal Voice is pleased to announce that its youth chapters within Canadian Universities are growing fast.

New! McGill Youth Chapter (QC): has had an active year thus far. In the fall, EV McGill hosted a movie night and featured The Contender, a fictional picture about the issues faced by a woman running for vice president. In January, the chapter hosted a speaker event with Helen Fotopulos, former mayor of the Plateau-Mont-Royal and city councillor for Côte-des-Neiges, who spoke about women in politics. Voice Your Vote, a debate and mock election among Canada's political parties, was also a success. Women’s political participation was an issue of debate in addition to other topics such as health care and gun control. EV McGill has gained much support from their university in hopes of supporting and providing tools for women to actively participate within the government.

Emerging! Carleton University (Ottawa): is launching an Equal Voice youth chapter of their own. They are planning a speakers’ series, which will be starting shortly and will work toward gaining more support from university students in the following school year. Equal Voice looks forward to supporting Carleton’s new chapter get off the ground.

To find out when our next meeting will be, send an email to youth@equalvoice.ca


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