Federal Election 2021
This election, we ask for accountability.
All of our political leaders have spent the last two years talking about how Islamophobia, discrimination and hate are unacceptable. This election, ask your local candidates what they are doing to go beyond words. The safety, security, and dignity of our communities matter.
NCCM is teaming up with The Canadian Muslim Vote (TCMV) to ensure that voters are equipped with the tools they need to cast their vote and to hold their local candidates accountable.
Need help finding your local riding? Visit Elections Canada to plug in your postal code and find out more information.
Become a changemaker
This election, you can become a changemaker in your community with the tools below:
1. Poster: Put up posters at your local community centres, mosques and restaurants. Download a poster here.
2. Pamphlet: Ask your local candidates what they are doing to combat Islamophobia. See our pamphlet for an easy guide to what you can ask when candidates come knocking at your door.
3. Policy Guide (for French, click here): Read NCCM’s policy recommendations to find out what your local candidates should commit to so we can see real change for the safety and dignity of our communities.
Reach out if you want to learn more about how you can get involved at email@example.com
Breakdowns of party platforms
- Liberal Party of Canada
- Conservative Party of Canada
- New Democratic Party
- Green Party of Canada
- Bloc Québécois
Here are some of the key issues that our politicians need to take action on to work towards a safer and more inclusive Canada. Click on the icons below to find out more about the issues that matter to you.
Candidates Debate: Edmonton Griesbach
2:00pm on September 12, 2021
Virtual Candidates Debate: Richmond Hill
Live on Facebook at 6:00pm on September 15th, 2021
Virtual Leaders Townhall: Annamie Paul, Leader of the Green Party of Canada
Live on Facebook at 8:00pm on September 17th, 2021