Dilemma: You want to be an informed voter and know what’s happening in Canadian politics but you find the old school media boring, stuffy and hard to read. We got you.
Hitting inboxes every two weeks, The Feed: our own newsletter to keep you in the know of all things Canadian policy and culture. It’s short. It’s witty. It’s everything that would impress a Tinder date.
Basically, you’ll eat it up. Pun intended.
When we asked Canadian youth why they didn’t engage, one of the main things that came up was that they don’t talk about politics with their friends or colleagues. Like, ever.
So, we changed that.
During the 2019 Federal Election, we had more than 400 youth across the country host and attend dinners to break the stigma associated with being the boring friend, sibling or colleague that brings up social issues and politics at the table.
What's a writ? What's a minority government? How do I deal with fake news? Do people even read the news? All these questions about Cdnpoli and more are answered right here.
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