This new national study by the Institute for Canadian Citizenship explores Canadian democracy through the eyes of more than 2,300 of Canada's newest citizens. Here's what they had to say.
Want to know what's happening on the hill? Type your postal code or an issue you care about into the search bar at www.openparliament.ca to keep tabs on what your parliamentarians are up to in Ottawa. Open Parliament makes it simple.
These days, elections are won and lost on social media. Politwitter.ca compiles the tweets of all your favourite candidates, so you don't have to sift through your Twitter feed to know what's happening on the campaign trail.
New to Canada? Head on over to settlement.org to find out about Canada's different levels of government and how to vote in the upcoming election.
Head on over to the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples to find out how to vote, why to vote and what the three major parties are saying this election. While you're there you can take their pledge to turn up to the polls for the 2015 federal Election.
Take I Side With's quiz to see where you sit on the political spectrum and which party's platform is closest to your beliefs.
Stay up on the election polls. CBC's Poll Tracker has made it easy by compiling them all in one place so you can check out how your favourite party leader is doing in the lead up to October.
VoteKit is a volunteer-run project that aims to remove barriers to voting by
sharing non-partisan information on elections and knowledge about how to vote.
The Canadian Arts Coalition has put together an election toolkit to help keep the arts on the federal agenda. Learn how to talk to candidates, engage on social media, and see what the parties are saying about the arts!