This space is for teams in Ontario to share resources and collaborate on actions leading up to Ontario's provincial election. If you're not able to access the documents shared to this page, contact [email protected]
The main strategy so far is to ask candidates a set of consistent questions, compile the responses, and share them publicly. Please let me know if you or your team is interested in this strategy, as we can provide the support.
Here are some suggested questions, along with information about finding local candidates and voting information. These are also being shared on FOK's public-facing page about the election: forourkids.ca/ontario_election2022
Please keep in mind that For Our Kids is a non-partisan network. We cannot endorse or denounce candidates or parties - we can only present the information we compile from legitimate sources.
Here are plenty more resources - these are also included in the public-facing page:
- Brief summary of major party platforms on specific climate questions, compiled by 4RGrandchildren
Template letter you can send to your school district, encouraging them to hold voter registration drives in high schools to support youth voting - thank you, Anne Keary from FOK Toronto for this!
Environmental Defence's Vote for the Environment campaign
Grand(m)others Act to Save the Planet (GASP) is an influential, strong voice for climate activists across Ontario - check out their election priorities here
The Ontario Climate Emergency Campaign is a non-partisan collaboration of groups developing a Climate Emergency Action Plan for Ontario and prioritizing the plan during the election campaign.
- Sierra Club Canada's key election issues cheat sheet
GreenPAC is supporting candidate debates in key ridings - find out more here
Ontario Voters Coalition is a new collaborative undertaking to identify priority issues for candidates and report on platforms