Find your riding and candidate information here: www.elections.ca.
You can also visit the websites of the main political parties for additional campaign details:
Many candidates will also make themselves available to meet with voters to learn about their issues.
• Call your local candidate’s campaign office and ask for a brief phone call or virtual meeting to discuss food allergy.
• Invite others in the community you know who are personally affected by food allergy to the virtual meeting (e.g. local support network contacts, etc.).
• When requesting a virtual meeting, introduce yourself, confirm you are a voter in the candidate’s riding, and let them know you want to discuss food allergy, an issue of importance to you.
• Be as flexible as possible with timing, although daytime hours are usually easier for candidates during an election.
For any questions you may have on our #FoodAllergyVotes campaign, or the National Food Allergy Action Plan, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 1 866 785-5660.