Ontario Municipal Elections 2014

VOTE on October 27
We all rely on city government to help us live better lives. These municipal elections will determine:

     What happens with public transit
     Who has access to better housing
     Where funding for child care goes
     If we get accountable leaders

The health of our city impacts the health of our citizens. Find out more about the candidates who are running. Ask them tough questions. Make them work for your vote! Educate, engage, empower yourself. Click here for our flyer (PDF).

Get involved today!

SEIU Healthcare members are building a political action movement. First we stopped Hudak. Now we’re getting out the vote in cities across Ontario.

Our political action team is focusing on 6 cities where we think we can make a big difference. We organized election street meetings to meet voters and talk about issues and our Political Action Committee is working to get out the vote.

If you are curious about getting involved with the Member Leadership in Action Program, call the member resource centre (MRC) at 1-877-672-7348. 

Check out some of our members in action during the 2014 provincial election


In the media - CBC's Metro Morning

September 17 - Member leader Kristof Barocz on CBC’s Metro Morning talking about the importance of getting political.

October 24 - Toronto's housing crisis has each of the leading mayoral candidates promising to make affordable housing a top priority. The CBC's Mary Wiens spoke with SEIU Healthcare member Mary Verveniotis, who isn't always sure whether she'll make the rent, about choosing a candidate.

Find out more - 2014 Voters’ Guide by Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing. And if you're a member, keep an eye on your email for our candidate recommendations.

2014 Voters’ Guide by Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing - See more at: http://www.seiuhealthcare.ca.php53-2.ord1-1.websitetestlink.com/ontario-municipal-elections-2014#sthash.4MHJZN6H.dpuf
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