VOICE is the Voter Organization for Indo-Caribbean Engagement, and was established to inform Indo-Caribbean people in Canada about how government works, why its important to understand how decisions are made, and important to get involved. Further, VOICE will share and activate relevant information to encourage Indo-Caribbean Canadians go out and vote!
Archived programs by VOICE
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June 2nd is Election Day in Ontario.
Advance Polls will be open for 10 days from May 19th to 28th.
Episode 001: What is all this politics about? VIDEO
Vikram Votes - Episodes
Episode 002: Who are we voting for? VIDEO
Find your Riding (Electoral District) and Registered Candidates, click HERE
For those who don't feel comfortable voting in person at all, mail-in ballots will be an option and voters will have until May 27 to request one. Mail-in voting kits include a postage-paid return envelope which must arrive back to Elections Ontario by 6 p.m. on Election Day. The kits can be requested online starting May 4, click HERE
Take 10 minutes, complete this survey so we understand what's important to Canada's Indo-Caribbean community.
Our Indo-Caribbean community in Canada is many times overlooked or not considered by government. We are rarely talked about and very underrepresented in politics, this leads to being continually underserved and ignored.
In an effort to ensure Indo-Caribbean Canadian voices are heard VOICE (Voter Organization for Indo-Caribbean Engagement) has launched this Community Issues Survey. This is will be the first step to understanding where we live and what issues matter to us.
The results from this survey will further inspire the work by VOICE to amplify the concerns and ideas of Canada's Indo-Caribbean community. It will also ensure that we provide relevant topical information on politics and government to the community.
Once you've completed the survey, please forward it to your family, friends, neighbours, colleagues, and peers from our Indo-Caribbean community.