October 19, 2015
The SAA has assembled some resources for the Federal Election:
- #ArtsVote Election Toolkit from the Canadian Arts Coalition
- Canada Coucil for the Arts compelling stats and stories that speak to how much Canadians value, invest in and enjoy the arts. @canadacouncil #artscanada
- Apathy is Boring a non-partisan charitable organization that uses art and technology to educate youth about democracy. Their main campaign is #5MMV. Their How to Vote Guide gives clear and concise answers about voter registration, ID requirements, and more.
#ArtsVote Election Toolkit: The Canadian Arts Coalition has a broad network of artists, organizations, and supporters that continue to advocate for a resilient arts and culture sector in Canada. See their Election Toolkit for: Arts Facts, Arts Stories, Parties’ Positions on Arts and Culture, Tips for talking to candidates, and more!
There are 5.5 million millennials in Canada. Let's show up at the polls October 19th, 2015
Apathy is Boring is a non-partisan charitable organization that uses art and technology to educate youth about democracy. Their main campaign is #5MMV.
#5MMV is about raising awareness about the power of numbers, the power for youth across the country to mobilize and together, create meaningful impact in their communities and Canada at large.
Canada Council for the Arts
Investing in creativity is a path to Canadian prosperity: What does investing in the arts have to do with our prosperity as a country? We've compiled some compelling stats and stories – figures on employment, GDP, volunteerism, attendance and spending – that speak to how much Canadians value, invest in and enjoy the arts. We invite you to peruse the content on these pages, and to share widely! @canadacouncil #artscanada
(Blog Posts 1, 2, 3)