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To become a member of Equal Voice, membership fees are $50. If you are a student or those with tight finances, membership fees are $10. Your membership will last for one year from the date of payment.

Membership in Equal Voice is both national and regional. Forty percent of all $50 membership fees go to your designated chapter. The remaining amount goes towards Equal Voice National Office’s much needed public awareness activities and programs to facilitate and encourage the participation of women in Canadian politics.

There are three ways to become a member of Equal Voice or to renew your membership:

  1. Pay for your membership by phone
    Please call our office at 613 236 0302 or 1-855-299-2636. You will require a credit card.
  2. Pay for your membership by cheque
    Please print and complete this registration form here and mail the complete form along with a cheque to our office. Please make cheques payable to Equal Voice. Our address is:

    Equal Voice
    116 Albert St.
    Suite 810 Ottawa ON
    K1P 5G3

    NOTE: We cannot process your membership unless you include the registration form (hyperlink) so that we can be sure that we have your correct contact information including your name, address, telephone number, and email address. Please do not send a cheque in the mail without a completed form.
  3. Pay for your membership online
    If you are a new member, or renewing your membership, please complete the electronic form below. Once you have completed the form, you will be directed to Moneris, Canada's largest and best rated company for secure financial transactions.

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If you are here thanks to the encouragement of an EV Champion, please indicate who:


Your National Membership also entitles you to join 1 Chapter in which you'd like to participate. Please check the appropriate box(es) at right:





















If you are 25 years or under, you can receive youth-oriented information, and participate in our growing campus chapters.

Youth:

Equal Voice is multi-partisan and non-partisan. Are you publicly active for a particular political party?

What activities do you think you might get personally involved in? (Organizing meetings, speaking publicly, advocacy, research, mentoring, reaching out to younger women, etc...)

Pay For Your Membership Online

1 year membership - $50
1 year membership for students or those with tight finances - $10

 

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Pay For Your Membership by Cheque

If you would prefer to pay for your membership with a cheque, please print this form and mail your cheque to the address below. Please make cheques payable to Equal Voice.

 
Click here to download the membership form
 

NOTE: We cannot process your membership unless you include this online registration form so that we can be sure that we have your correct contact information including your name, address, telephone number, and email address. Please do not send a cheque in the mail without the above noted information attached.

 


Equal Voice
116 Albert Street, Suite 810
Ottawa, Ontario
K1P 5G3

 

40% of your membership fees will go to your local Chapter and the remaining amount goes towards maintaining our national web site, delivering Equal Voice programs, hosting special events and conducting public awareness activities.




Equal Voice is an organization that would not exist without the support of individual contributors and volunteers. Thank you for supporting the election of more women in Canada. Please note that due to Equal Voice’s important advocacy work, we are unable to provide charitable receipts.

Thank you for your donation!

 

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Thanks also to Status of Women Canada for providing funding to our "Creating the Conditions for Women's Electoral Success" Pilot Project.

Who Is Being Her. Supporting Her. Celebrating Her.

Elizabeth Weir

Research Fellow in Residence, University of New Brunswick

". . . because it’s taken too damn long!"

Monica Lysack

Instructor, Sheridan College

"As a former candidate, I know how important it is to be encouraged to run and have the right set of supports and networks – even across party lines. EV’s work is so crucial to getting more women on the ballot. "

Allison Brewer

Former Leader, New Brunswick NDP

"Canadian women don't speak with one voice which is why EV is so valuable in uniting us all in our efforts to get involved, get connected and get elected at every political level throughout this country."

Aimee Foreman

Equal Voice New Brunswick Co-Chair

"“Deep change in our political system is needed. I believe it will only be achieved when our elected officials truly represent our citizenship; including ensuring a balanced gender perspective. More women running = more women winning.”"

Clare Beckton

Executive Director, Centre for Women in Politics and Public Leadership

"Women are over 50% of our population and their participation is vital to the social and economic fabric of our nation. When women are proportionally represented in our institutions of democracy, all the richness of different perspectives are part of decision- making in our country, resulting in better policies,and programs. Now is the time to act and make equitable representation a reality. "

Sandy Mayzell

Founder, Dancing Backwards

"Through my project on women and politics, I see how hungry young people are for fairness and equality, and how ready they are to get creatively involved. What they need - what we all need - is the kind of role models and support offered by EV. "

Catherine McKenna

Executive Director, Banff Forum

"Equal Voice is critical because I can't wait 390 years for the gender gap in Canada - in terms of women's political representation - to be closed!"

Velma Morgan

""Electing more women is a no-brainer. Having diverse voices at the decision making table brings different perspectives and contributes to better public policies that affect us all economically and socially. I am proud to be a part of an organization that supports, celebrates and respects her.""

Sheila Gervais

Former National Director, Liberal Party of Canada

"Women in positions of political leadership make a huge difference in how campaigns are run – and won – and improve the chances of having legislation adopted once elected because of their collaborative approach to decision-making."

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