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Results of survey of outreach stakeholders

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Number of stakeholder organizations in Elections Canada’s Inspire Democracy network

42nd General Election


50 organizations

43rd General Election


196 organizations

Communities served by network organizations

  • Indigenous electors
  • Electors with disabilities
  • New Canadians
  • Youth
  • Electors experiencing homelessness
  • Transgender or non-binary electors
  • Seniors
  • Electors with low literacy levels
  • Electors living in poverty
  • Politically disengaged electors

44 out of 196 participated in the survey, a response rate of 22%

Number of organizations…

Familiar with at least one Inspire Democracy toolkit


39 out of 44    —

Satisfied with the following toolkits

Registering and Voting in a Federal Election

37 out of 39

Working at a Federal Election

21 out of 27

Running in a Federal Election

11 out of 18

Aware of alternative formats and languages other than English and French


36 out of 44

That used resources in an alternative format or language


21 out of 36

Alternative formats used

Braille, large print, captioned videos, audio CDs, and plain language materials

Languages used

  • Indigenous languages: Atikamekw, Blackfoot, Denesuline, Gwich’in, Innu (Montagnais), Inuktitut, Michif, Mi’kmaq, Mohawk, Moose Cree, Nisga’a, Ojibway, Oji-Cree, Plains Cree, Saulteaux and Stoney
  • Heritage languages: Arabic, Bengali, Farsi, German, Hebrew, Korean, Mandarin, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Tamil, Urdu and Yiddish

Number of organizations that agreed…

out of
They were well informed about the barriers to participating in the electoral process
out of
Inspire Democracy resources helped them to decrease barriers
out of
Inspire Democracy resources helped communities be better informed about when, where and the ways to register and vote

Number of organizations…

Whose interactions with Elections Canada and Inspire Democracy met their needs and expectations

43 out of 44

Interested in maintaining a relationship with Elections Canada between elections

44 out of 44