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Chapters, Teams and Caucuses
Fair Vote Canada members living in a common region or with a common interest are encouraged to form FVC chapters, teams and caucuses. For more details on chapter and caucus formation, refer to the Chapter Guidelines paper available on the Resources page of this site. The following is contact information for formally recognized chapters and caucuses, as well as other regional contacts.
Contact: Doug Bailie: Edmonton@FairVote.Ca
Contact: Mark Hambridge: Calgary@FairVoteCanada.Ca
Red Deer Action Team
Contact: Jim Keylock, RedDeer@FairVote.Ca
Surrey Action Team
Contact: Bruce Behrhorst, Surrey@FairVote.Ca,
Contact: Stuart Parker, President, Vancouver@FairVote.Ca
Fair Vote Nova Scotia
Contact: Andy Blair, President, Halifax@FairVote.Ca
Durham Region Chapter
Contact: Chris Brisbane, Durham@FairVote.Ca
Guelph Action Team
Contact: Jeremy Cavan, Guelph@FairVote.Ca
Hamilton Area Chapter
Contact: Steve Theofilaktidis,
Kingston and Area Chapter
London Region Chapter
Contact: Margaret Hoff, 519-439-7742, London@FairVote.ca
Northumberland Region Chapter
Contact: Wilf Day, President, 905-885-5456, Northumberland@FairVote.Ca
Contact: Chris Miller, Montreal@FairVote.Ca
St. Johns: Marilyn Reid, Newfoundland@FairVote.Ca
Winnipeg: Jean Palmer, Winnipeg@FairVote.Ca
FAIR VOTE CANADA CAUCUSES
Labour for Fair Voting
Contact: Cec Makowski or John Deverell, Labour@FairVote.Ca
The mandate of the Labour for Fair Voting caucus is to advance the FVC mission in labour organizations, promoting individual memberships, gaining organization support and donations.
Women for Fair Voting
Contact: Margaret Hoff, Women@FairVote.Ca
This group will focus on promoting proportional representation as a means of increasing the number and percentage of women serving in Parliament and provincial legislatures. Numerous studies have shown that the lists used in all PR systems help facilitate both the nomination and election of more women than first-past-the-post systems, such as Canada's.
Students & Youth for Fair Voting
Contact: Justin Carmichael, Youth@FairVote.Ca
SYFV is a self-directed and democratically-governed (of course!) campaign within Fair Vote Canada, focused on campuses and youth outreach. SYFV will work on the Fair Vote Canada mission: to bring fair and proportional voting systems to all levels of government and throughout civil society…including our own campuses. We are looking for fellow student and youth activists who want to help launch SYFV chapters on their own campuses.
Teachers for Fair Voting
Contact: Anita Nickerson, Teachers@FairVote.Ca
Teachers for Fair Voting creates classroom materials for high schools. Are you a teacher who would like to use our electoral reform lesson plan? Or are you willing to do classroom presentations for Fair Vote Canada?
Veterans for Fair Voting
Contact: Rod Morley, Veterans@FairVote.Ca
Fair Vote Canada is looking for a few warriors. We are asking all veterans who have ever fought for our democracy to step forward once more. We want you to help make Canada a country that truly respects the democratic process and the sacrifices you and your comrades in arms have already made for this nation.