Are you registered to vote?
You can easily check whether you are registered to vote, update your address, or register to vote if you are not already on the national register, using the Elections Canada Voter Registration Service.
How to vote
Visit the Elections Canada Voter Information Service for information about how to vote including rules governing identification, your electoral district, a list of candidates, locations for advance and election day polling places, the address of your local Elections Canada office, and maps!www.elections.ca
CFPC allies in health care
The CFPC supports a range of organizations that are campaigning for improved health care outcomes. Following is a list of allied health care organizations or groups that the CFPC is partnered with and what they are doing for the election:
- The CFPC supports the Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health’s call for a mental health parity act, as well as the annual Faces of Mental Illness campaign that culminates in Mental Illness Awareness Week. For more information, go to camimh.ca
- The CFPC is a signatory to the Canadian Alliance of Physicians for the Environment’s (CAPE) call to action on climate change and health. For more information, see https://cape.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Call-to-Action-Full-logos-updated-EN-June-25-2019.pdf
- The CFPC contributes to the Canadian Coalition on Public Health in the 21st Century (CCPH21) and supports it’s calls to action in it’s 2019 election playbook. For more information, visit www.ccph21.ca/election-2019/