Democracy can’t be sexy
until we understand what it means.
Youth in Canada are disengaged from politics and the numbers from the last federal elections show it. In order to facilitate the debate, we use the Facts section of the website to provide Canadian youth with a valuable source of information about Canadian politics and the vocabulary that goes along with it. This section includes a partial glossary, brief histories and contemporary understanding of various segments of leadership, NGOs (non-governmental organizations) and pertinent articles.
Wanted: Communications and Social Media Intern
by Apathy is Boring — August 22, 2014
Wanted: Youth-Friendly Coordinator
by Apathy is Boring — July 31, 2014
Message from our Board of Directors
by Apathy is Boring — June 25, 2014
Statement on the Fair Elections Act (Bill C-23)
by Apathy is Boring — April 10, 2014
How To: Get a Young Quebecer to Vote
by Apathy is Boring — March 10, 2014
How To: Vote in Quebec Provincial Elections
by Apathy is Boring — March 6, 2014
NGO - three letters you might have seen tossed around that seem to be doing something, but what? NGO stands for Non-Governmental Organisation, which means a non-profit group or association that acts outside of institutionalised political structures.
Bill Tracking Database
The Great Bill Tracking Database. Great resources on keeping track of Bills.