On this page, you can sign petitions and learn how to create them.
A petition is one of the most direct ways to participate in democracy. Petitions can influence policy and legislation, and are a means of bringing public concerns to the attention of parliament. You create and sponsor the petition, and a Member of Parliament will present it to the House of Commons on behalf of the petitioners. The government is responsible for issuing a written response to the petition within forty days of it being presented.
Members of Parliament should present petitions whether they agree with them or not. Presenting a petition should not be considered an endorsement by the Member of Parliament.
There Are Two Types of Petitions:
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Click the links below to sign petitions sponsored by members of the Green Caucus.
- e-3206 Include long-term care in the Canada Health Act (closes April 25)
- e-3301 Stop logging old-growth ecosystems (closes April 25)
- e-3218 Reduce violent crime (closes May 2)
- e-3014 Modernize the complaints review panel of the Canadian Judicial Council (closes May 7)
- e-3221 Reduce emissions to meet the Paris target (closes May 11)
- e-3256 Protect the Kavango basin region (closes May 11)
- e-3075 Halt all transfer of Canadian made weapons to Saudi Arabia (closes May 27)
- e-3138 Make Election Day a paid holiday when it falls on a weekday (closes May 29)
- e-3307 Review the Victims Bill of Rights (closes May 30)
- e-3159 Ban new strip mines in the Rocky Mountains (closes June 5)
- e-3164 Implement a national living wage (closes June 29)