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Petition to the Government of CanadaFrom students of St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School, Brampton, OntarioWhereas, teenagers don't really have a voice in the government. For instance, if the teens want to fix something or change something, the government doesn't really listen to the teen's voiceWhereas, 16 and 17 year old Canadians should vote because it makes the government listen to the teens. By letting teens vote, it would bring attention to the candidates or to the prime minster by looking at their issues.Whereas, 16 and 17 year ...view middle of the document...

By having a say on what is best for them and for their country.Whereas, 16 and 17 year old should vote because they can get involved into the government. This point is related to one of the elements of democracy. Being informed and getting involved. By letting 16 and 17 year vote old Canadians you are making involved by making them watch/hear speeches, knowing the common good for the country.Lastly, teens are in the "adult level". The meaning of "adult level "means that they are in that level that they can make decision. For example, 16 year olds can join in the army (with parent's permission). On that point, the level of that decision is huge so, that means most 16 and 17 year olds are capable of voting.Overall, there are now 2,873,470 Canadians aged 13 to 19, adding up to 8.89 per cent of the entire population. (- Mark De Souza, POSTMEDIA NEWS)We as 16 and 17 year olds Canadians, call upon the Parliament of Canada and the Government of Canada to:Lower the age of voting. From 18 years of age, to 16 years of age.All in all, by lowering age from, 18 to 16 years of age, it would bring attention to the government, they have knowledge, teen's interest, getting involved, and lastly they are in the "adult level".

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