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Elections Canada Online | 2015 National Youth Survey

Jul 5, 2019 ... is the "right" answer instead of reporting their true behaviour. It is also common that those who are more likely to vote are also more likely to complete survey research. Chart 1: Voting Behaviour QB2. And did you vote in the last federal election held on October 19th, 2015? Youth 18 to 22 23 to 29 30 to 34 35+ Rural Aboriginal Disabled Ethnocultural Unemployed Yes 70

PotashCorp Aboriginal Youth Financial Management Awards

Dec 11, 2015 ...PotashCorp Aboriginal Youth Financial Management Awards Back to listings Bursary Information  Name: PotashCorp Aboriginal Youth Financial Management Awards  Provider Name: AFOA Canada  Field of Study: Business and Administration  Value: $5,000  Province/Territory: National  Awards Available: 3  Other Eligibility Criteria: This Bursary is available

Elections Canada Online | Electoral Insight – Persons with Disabilities and Elections

Jul 17, 2019 ... leadership Should be an NGO at arm's length from government Could be a good place to promote and "bring together" best practices and research Could coordinate youth voter education and youth outreach programs Greater coordination among existing organizations may be an alternative to the creation of a new body Aboriginal youth participation Have more polling stations

A decade of support to Aboriginal youth

Mar 15, 2010 ...A decade of support to Aboriginal youth News Release BDC announces E-Spirit finalist schools Montreal, Quebec, 15 March, 2010 - The Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) congratulates the 32 schools that qualified to attend the E-Spirit national gathering in Ottawa, May 10-13, 2010. This year E-Spirit celebrates 10 years of continuous support

Elections Canada Online | Research on Electoral Participation

Jul 18, 2019 ... Research Conference Elections Canada (2009) The Electoral Participation of Aboriginal People Elections Canada (2007) Talking circle on Aboriginal Participation in Federal Elections, Vancouver, B.C. (January 26, 2006) Compilation of Electoral Insight: Aboriginal and Youth Participation in Federal Elections (September 2005) Roundtable on Aboriginal Youth

Elections Canada Online | The National Youth Election Survey Report: A Subgroup Analysis of Political and Civic Participation among Canadian Youth

Jul 17, 2019 ...) oversampling of specific youth subgroups, including Aboriginal youth. In total, 3,009 Canadians participated in the survey, which included a subsample of older citizens, ages 35 and older (n = 503). Approximately two-thirds of respondents in the randomized national sample were contacted by cell phone or landline (n = 1,503) with the remaining one-third of respondents

Suicide in Canada

Jul 22, 2019 ... prévention du suicide de Québec (available in French only) Resources for professionals Data cubes on suicide Statistics Canada information on suicide, including tables and articles National Inuit Suicide Prevention Strategy Overview of Federal Initiatives in Suicide Prevention Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention National Aboriginal Youth Suicide Prevention

Elections Canada Online | Aboriginal Participation in Federal Elections

Jul 17, 2019 ... to the conflict of being both an indigenous person and a Canadian citizen. Others discussed the lack of adequate information about the electoral process and stressed the need to include Aboriginal youth in information initiatives in order to increase their involvement. Participants also said that life on the reserve was often an isolated existence. Furthermore, while post

Questions and answers – Call for proposals for the International Aboriginal Youth Internships (IAYI) Initiative

Mar 27, 2017 ...Questions and answers – Call for proposals for the International Aboriginal Youth Internships (IAYI) Initiative Important notice: Update regarding preliminary Performance Measurement Framework - Indicators for intermediate outcomes Due to space restrictions in the application form, applicants are not required to include all five of the mandatory indicators

Elections Canada Online | Voting at Select Campuses, Friendship Centres and Community Centres During the 2015 Federal Election

Jul 17, 2019 ...Voting at Select Campuses, Friendship Centres and Community Centres During the 2015 Federal Election In preparing for the 2015 election, Elections Canada explored a variety of initiatives to help increase access to voting for certain target groups, including youth and Aboriginal electors. Both of these groups have historically had rates of electoral

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