Oakville, ON – The Canadian-Muslim Vote (TCMV), a non-partisan, non-profit, registered charity mobilized many young, newcomer, and first time voters to the polls on Ontario’s election day.
Advance polls are open until May 28th.
This October, cities in British Columbia, Ontario, and Manitoba are holding elections for the positions of mayor, city councillors, and school board trustees.
After the historic results of June 7, we will be seeing many new faces in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.
Muslim Link would like to introduce you to some of the new Muslim Canadian Members of Provincial Parliament we hope to be hearing great things from over the course of their political careers.
In order to help our readers get to know these MPPs better, we have compiled some videos about the candidates and interviews they have participated in, so readers can become more familiar with their lives and work.
Getting educated on party platforms and election issues is tough and time consuming no matter when you do it.
During Ramadhan, we know it's even harder.
So the Canadian Muslim Vote (TCMV) interviewed each of the party leaders, to ask them questions about the provincial issues that you told us were the most important to you, via the pre-election Provincial Issues Survey.
The Kanata Muslim Association is holding a Meet & Greet with candidates running in the 2018 Ontario Provincial Election in the provincial electoral district of Kanata-Carleton.
The Meet & Greet is taking place Wednesday, May 9 at 6:30 pm at the Richcraft Recreation Complex in Kanata, Ontario.
Urges all parties to firmly reject bigotry in Canadian politics
(Ottawa - May 5, 2018) The National Council of Canadian Muslims (NCCM), a prominent civil liberties & advocacy organization, welcomes the decision by Ontario PC Party leader Doug Ford to remove Tanya Granic Allen as the PC candidate in the riding of Mississauga Centre.
Several Muslim Canadians are running for all three major political parties for the 2018 Ontario Provincial Election.
Muslim Link feels our readers would benefit from learning more about each of these candidates. We have included links to the candidate's websites and social media where available.