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BC Poverty Reduction Coalition Member Campaigns

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Many members of the BC Poverty Reduction Coalition have launched election campaigns, released election toolkits, and hosted election related events. The following is a selection of election activities from BC Poverty Reduction Coalition members. Members are welcome to send in your own election initiatives.

BC ACORN’s Peoples’ Platform Election Forum and Disability Rights Forum.

BC Alliance on Mental Health/Illness and Addiction b4stage4 campaign.

BC Disability Caucus’ Facebook Campaign.

The BC Federation of Labour’s Better Can Happen Here campaign.

The BC Health Coalition’s Vote Public Health Care pledge.

BC Non-Profit Housing Association’s Make Housing Central campaign.

The BC Teachers Federation’s special election edition of the Teacher Magazine and The Numbers Tell the Story campaign.

The BC Federation of Students’ Students are Voting campaign.

The BC Government and Service Employees’ Union’s We Vote campaign and Can’t Afford Childcare campaign.

The Burnaby Community Services Society is part of the council that organized the Vote for your Future all-candidates meetings.

The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives’ analysis of election issues in their office page and on Policy Note.

Cedar Cottage Neighbourhood House’s Your neighbourhood your vote initiative.

Coalition of Child Care Advocates of BC and Early Childhood Educators of BC’s $10aDay Child Care Plan.

Council of Senior Citizen’s Organizations of BC’s special election issue of their newsletter

Disability Alliance BC’s 2017 Election Questions

Faith in Action’s Tools for Action

The Federation of Post-Secondary Educators of BC’s Open the Doors campaign.

First Call: BC Child and Youth Advocacy Coalition’s Election Toolkit

Gordon Neighbourhood House’s Vancouver-West End’s All Candidates Meeting

The Hospital Employees’ Union’s Vote Health Care campaign.

The Living Wage for Families Campaign’s Good Jobs Across BC‘s campaign

Megaphone Magazine article: New Election, Same Problems. See their ongoing No More Homeless Deaths campaign.

The Parent Advisory Network’s document containing what the three main political parties’ platforms say about the public education issues raised by PAN’s Declaration in Defence of Public Education?

The Public Health Association of BC’s election toolkit and their PlaceSpeak forum on the future of public health in BC

Raise the Rates BC’s We Can’t Afford Poverty campaign.

Single Mothers’ Alliance’s Why Your Vote Counts forum.

Together Against Poverty Society was part of the group that organized the Make Poverty Public All Candidates Debate

Fostering Change’s #SupportThe700 campaign (hosted by the Vancouver Foundation)

The BC Society of Transition House’s Election Toolkit