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Citizenship

Christians are called to actively seek the good of those around us and our country (Jeremiah 29:5-6). Our participation as individuals in discussions about public policy and politics, like our engagement in all of life and community, is part of our witness.
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Articles

Next steps in the federal Parliament – and what you can do

Next steps in the 2019 federal Parliament -- and what you can do

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Seeking election wisdom

Doing our homework, including prayer, before voting. A column by David Guretzki...

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Official statements

Pray for our political leaders on October 6

Join us in a day of prayer for our leaders in all levels of government.

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Outgoing letters

Election Congratulations to the Prime Minister

EFC President Bruce Clemenger sent a letter of congratulation after the federal...

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Asking Elections Canada to change the election date

Together with Jewish leaders, the EFC asks to reschedule the next fixed election date...

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Videos

Election Tip: Questions to Consider During an Election

Deina Warren from the Canadian Council of Christian Charities shares some questions for...

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Election Tip: What Churches Can Do During Elections

The EFC's Julia Beazley makes a few important suggestions of helpful things churches...

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Government

Submission to the Special Senate Committee on the Charitable Sector

How do religious charities benefit Canadian society? The EFC participated in a review in April, and the committee has now issued its report (June 2019).

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Documents

Being a Faithful Christian, Being a Good Citizen

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Being Christians in a Pluralistic Society

A seven-page discussion paper by the EFC's former Social Action Commission.

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