Youth programs

Experience a day in the life of your MP!

As a young MP, Anne believes it is important to get young people involved in the issues that affect their communities, and she wants to ensure their voices are heard in Parliament. To encourage young people to get involved in politics, Anne is inviting you to come walk a mile in her shoes. You will be able to shadow Anne on the Hill to get an idea of what a day in the life of an MP is like. If you are interested, please write to us at the following address: quacha@parl.gc.ca

 

Parliament Hill

Parliament also provides a number of great internships, student jobs and civic engagement opportunities for young people. Visit the Parliament of Canada’s website to learn more about the various opportunities and for a full list of the programs available: Youth Opportunities at Parliament

 

Parliamentary Guides

The Library of Parliament has begun recruiting parliamentary guides for the upcoming year. It is looking for full-time bilingual university students from anywhere in the country to apply for an unforgettable summer job this year.

From the Victoria Day to Labour Day, parliamentary guides welcome and guide hundreds of thousands of visitors, giving them tours that highlight and explain the history and the role of the Parliament of Canada.

For more information about the guide program, please visit the Parliament of Canada website.

 

Experience the action on the Hill as a Page

Every year, 40 bilingual students from across Canada are selected to experience the action on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Pages help MPs and other House officials in their work in the House of Commons.

For more information about the page program, please visit the Parliament of Canada website.

 

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