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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...)

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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.

Daryna Kutsyna

Special Assistant at The Office of Roxanne James, M.P.

""A more representative government is a government that is more inclusive, more functional, and more accountable to its constituents. By getting more women elected to all levels of public office, we ensure a system that is better to all through being rooted in fundamental equality and complete franchise.""

Lana Cuthbertson

Equal Voice Alberta North Chair

""Let's get to 50 percent.""

Anne McGrath

National Director of the New Democratic Party, the Official Opposition

"Women's participation and leadership is fundamental to our democracy. It's not always easy but more women in politics gives us the potential and possibility of the best possible contribution to progress in society."

Michal Harewood

Former National Youth Chair, Equal Voice

"Young women are our future and engaging them now is key to ensuring a balanced and vibrant democracy going forward."

Mary Anne Carter

Equal Voice NCR Chapter Co-Chair

"I not only want more women in the House; I want more women managing finance, foreign affairs and national defence."

Jackie DaSilva

Communications Co-Chair, EV Toronto

"I can only be what I can see: we need a critical mass of women in politics to finally turn the tide on the centuries-old perception of politics as an 'old boys club', into a world that is abundant with women's voices."

Rita Komarova

Treasurer, EV National Capital Region

"We need more women elected so young girls can have more role models. Electing more women isn't just a desire, it is a necessity for Canada's future. "

Alanna Newman

Equal Voice Toronto Co-Chair

"We need to engage more women of all ages in the political process, and help them develop the skills and network they need to succeed. Girls interested in politics deserve strong role models. Quite simply, I want more little girls aspire to be Mayors, Premiers, and Prime Ministers. "

Anita Vandenbeld

International Consultant, Inclusive political participation and parliamentary development

"When a woman runs for office, she learns certain lessons. Why should every woman learn them from scratch? Together we can build on each others' experiences and get much further ahead"

Megan Leslie, MP

Deputy House Leader for the New Democratic Party, Environment Critic

"Working together we can reduce barriers for women in all aspects of politics from political research, writing and organizing, to running for elected office. Having legislatures and decision-making bodies that truly reflect gender balance in this country will create a better Canada for all Canadians – let’s get going!"

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