Model Parliament 2018
AÉÉIPPSSA’s PREMIER EVENT IS BACK FOR A 17TH EDITION!
Model Parliament is an opportunity for students to sit in the House of Commons as a Member of Parliament, debate against their peers, represent their constituents and ask or answer the tough questions – all while learning the ins and outs of parliamentary life.
Registrants will represent a riding they choose and sit in the House of Commons to debate various issues and bills in fictional political parties, or as independents.
Attend the Speech from the Throne, make a Members Statement, participate in Question Period, testify in Parliamentary Committee, and tie it all up on the last night with the “National Roast Dinner” gala!
Registration and the Model Parliament Process
The event itself takes place January 25-26, 2018.
In Model parliament, you register individually and thereafter party affiliation, riding and other details are selected.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Craig Mutter at email@example.com.
Model Parliament early bird registration is $50 (plus fees) and opens Monday September 18th at 10:00 and will close on Friday at 5:00 OR as soon as the first 50 spots have sold out. and
Only full or part time uOttawa students qualify for early bird pricing and registration.
Regular registration is $60 (plus fees).
Spots are currently full, you may add yourself to a waiting list and you will be contacted if a place becomes available.
Early Bird is sold out!
To register your party stop by the AÉÉIPSSA office (FSS2002) .
You will need 12 signatures from the founding members of the party and a brief description of the party’s platform. Your party must receive the Governor General’s signature to become a party in Model Parliament.
Please remember to keep parties appropriate, respectful, and inclusive.
Choosing a party
It’s time to choose which party you will join in the house this year.
If you do not select a party before November 10th, you will sit as an Independent. Choose wisely, as you will not be able to switch parties until the first day in the House.