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Election 2019

The federal election is underway and so is CNIB’s federal advocacy campaign.

Titled “TechNow!”, the campaign involves a variety of pillars. Visit the links below to learn more about each pillar of our campaign:

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Accessibility in the Federal Election

Everyone has the right to vote. Learn about accessibility features so you can cast your ballot independently on election day.
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The federal government needs to fund cutting-edge technology that Canadians who are blind or partially sighted need and want. Learn about what CNIB is doing to help make this a reality.
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Guide to the Federal Election

Download your official Elections Canada "Guide to the Federal Election" in audio or accessible electronic version.
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Become a National Elections Advocate

Volunteer with us as a National Elections Advocate and help shape the next government’s commitment to improving the lives of Canadians who are blind or partially sighted!
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Send a Letter to your Candidate

Help us reach our public goal of sending two thousand #TechNow letters to federal candidates across the country. By sending a letter, you will help to ensure that accessible adaptive technology and programs are top-of-mind for federal candidates.

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Need more information?

Check out our resources for voters and advocates.

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Help us Break Barriers

Join our community now and become part of a passionate group of people working to create a more inclusive Canada and a bolder future for everyone with sight loss.

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