We’ve just published our weekly edition of Muslims in The House for the week of February 4 – February 8 2019!
This week’s edition covers issues relating to the proposed universal pharmacare, the federal deficit and homelessness and affordable housing.
TCMV is busy working hard on various initiatives to increase political engagement among the Muslim community. For more information about TCMV’s activities and how you can help, please visit our website: www.canadianmuslimvote.ca.
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Anniversary of Quebec Mosque Shooting
January 29th marked 2 years since the shooting at Le Centre Culturel Islamique de Québec, which took the lives of 6 Muslims.
Criticisms of Bill C-57
Bill C-57 returned to the House of Commons this week, following proposed amendments by the Senate.
The Canadian-Muslim Vote initiated it's first ever election readiness campaign on April 3rd, 2015 through a coordinated Good Friday Jummah sermon, encouraging Muslims to vote, in collaboration with over 20 mosques across the Greater Toronto Area. This momentum continued up to the 2018 Ontario Provincial Election where 44 mosques participated across the province.
In 2019, Good Friday Jummah is on April 19th which is the launch for our Federal Get Out The Vote Campaign! With the election just around the corner, we have a number of amazing volunteer roles coming up that we would love for you to sign up for.
The Federal Parliament has ended for the season with all MPs returning back to their ridings for the holidays.
We've just published our weekly edition for the two week period from December 10th to December 13th and will resume in the new year!
This week’s edition covers Education, steel and aluminum tariffs and the election act.