CIVIX is a non-partisan charity dedicated to developing good habits and democratic skills in students.

Thus, they will be able to contribute to the development of a strong and inclusive democracy.

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Our Programs

  • Student Budget Consultation

    The Student Budget Consultation program provides high school students with an opportunity to learn more about the Government of Quebec’s revenues and expenditures, its public policies and any pressing political and economic issues. Students are asked to share their insights on priorities of the upcoming provincial budget through a survey, and results are shared with […]

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  • Democracy Bootcamp

    Democracy Bootcamp is a regular provincial professional development conference for elementary and secondary teachers designed to improve democratic engagement and instructional capacity. Bootcamps were successfully organized in Quebec in 2015 and 2017. These conferences also serve as networking opportunities for teachers from across the province to share best practices on teaching democracy in classrooms. The […]

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  • RepDay

    The Rep Day program brings Members of the National Assembly and Members of Parliament in Québec into classrooms for an engaging discussion on their role as an elected representative and current political issues. The goal is to establish a dialogue between elected representatives and their young constituents as well as to dispel trivial stereotypes of […]

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  • Newswise

    NewsWise is a news literacy program in development, which will provide students a thorough understanding of the role of journalism in a healthy democracy and also knowledge of the tools needed to find, filter and consume information. By teaching students how to take a critical look at news and the media, CIVIX-Québec will help students […]

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  • Student Vote

    Student Vote is a parallel election program that began in 2003 with the Ontario provincial election and coincides with municipal, provincial / territorial and federal general elections. Students under the voting age have the opportunity to learn about government and the electoral process. Students learn about government and the electoral process, research candidates, parties and […]

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