Here are seven of the social impact sector’s most urgent requests during the federal election

These wish lists come from organizations representing LGBTQ Canadians, Indigenous peoples, migrants, and non-profits themselves

Why It Matters

Non-profits, charities, and mutual aid organizations work on issues independently of the election cycle — and may have insight into some of Canada’s most pressing concerns that political parties do not.

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