Fitzgerald v. Alberta – Do kids have the right to vote in elections?

This activity will help students taking CTS: Legal Studies (1020) to describe the relationship between rights and responsibilities; explore sources of … [Read more...]

I Vote Because

This interactive website allows students to submit the reasons they vote, or will one day vote, through social media like Facebook and Twitter. … [Read more...]

Apathy is Boring

The target audience is for youth of voting age but there are also resources for teachers with students below voting age. You can find plenty of facts … [Read more...]

Being an Active Citizen

A comprehensive booklet resources for encouraging active engagement with the government, legal system, and civil society. Over 50 original classroom … [Read more...]

Student Vote

Teachers can register their school for the Student Vote election program. Student Vote was created to engage young Canadians in the democratic … [Read more...]

The Influence of the Party, the Media and Lobby Groups

Students will investigate the influence that the media and lobby groups have on our government’s decision making. Using recent case studies, such as … [Read more...]

Building Future Voters

Builidng Future Voters is a free teacher resource from Elections Alberta that teaches students about citizen participation, elections and democracy.  … [Read more...]

Law Lessons for Teachers and Students was created by the Justice Education Society of BC to host their resources in one easy to navigate location. This website offers lesson … [Read more...]