Worried about future of social programs, especially healthcare.

I have hope for Canada.

I vote because i wish to make my issues & needs as a North Western Ontario, Kenora citizen heard! Democracy and thus voting is a contribution to our valued citizenship in Canada.. Honoring our veterans and adding my voice to our collective future is a privileged for me. Get OUT and vote!

I vote because because as a new Canadian I want to be heard by my government and represented.

I vote because I can.

I vote because I want politicians to realize every election is a necessary election, until the government learns to respect the majority of voter's wishes. Every election is necessary until MPs learn to work together. I vote because I want politicians to understand that coalitions are normal.

It is my civic right and responsibility. I want to help keep this country great. I agree with Lynnea. Sometimes it really feels like the west doesn't have a strong voice, but perhaps more of us just need to actually use it. Vote!!

I vote because I long to live in a country and in a world where anything is possible, and people of all walks of life can come together to make a better, more welcoming, world.

It is my right and my duty that has been privileged to me to voice my political opinion, even if at times I feel my opinion is not heard. To that end, I have no right to complain if I don't vote.

I vote because I have a democratic duty and a voice that demands to be heard at the table of compromise.

it is empowering - with such low voter turnout, the 50% of Canadian who decided not to vote last election could on their own elect -any party they wanted-. That's why I vote.

We need not fight to make a change, simply mark our X and flex our right on May 2nd, with careful reflection-for your voice.