NOT A CITIZEN, BUT PROUDER THAN EVER TO CALL MYSELF A FRIEND

For me, a remarkable string of campaign trips started because of a casual conversation – a conversation between good friends about how a certain aspiring American leader was offering and in many ways exemplifying so much of what we sought from our own politics. I never thought I’d meet that man, talk to him, and […]

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STORIES FROM THE ROAD

STORIES FROM THE ROAD

Over the past couple of weeks Canadians for Obama has been collecting stories of fellow Canadians who were able to volunteer with the Obama campaign (and also those who wanted to share their congratulations). Thank you all that have contributed your stories thus far.

NEXT STEPS for Canadians for Obama

Well now that we’ve gotten Obama elected, what do we do next? We got some great ideas to channel all this empowerment and energy:

Volunteer in your community. Now that you’ve been re-energized and feel all this power to do good, let’s go out and change the world!

Help the Canadians Political System! Get in touch with your municipal, provincial or federal parties to help out where you can – we need all the help we can get our own country rebuilt! Email us and we can give you some leads.

 

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THE FINAL STRETCH! PHONEBANK FOR OBAMA

Thank you everyone for your continued support and assistance for the sea of change that is occurring to our Southern neighbours. Can you believe we’re in the home stretch here, with the finish line in sight? Naturally, we’re all following the news and know that the numbers are looking very good, but this no time […]

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Who Are We

About

Canadians for Obama is a group that stands for Progressive viewsGrassroots organizing and Diverse membership. With the elections successfully over we have re-organized our efforts.

Having these three values and holding true to what Obama has called for (a change in how we do politics), aids us in accomplishing our three main objectives:

  1. Policy Development – draft and present policies that protect human rights and deal with Canadian/US relations
  2. Political Engagement – encourage and empower our fellow Canadians to get more actively involved in the political process (whether in a partisan or non-partisan way).
  3. Community Service – organize social and volunteering events for our community to get more connected and engaged within our own communities.

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The Manhattan Cocktail Drink – Obama’s Favorite Cocktail Drink

The Manhattan is one of the oldest cocktail mixed drink that is still available today.  Being nearly a hundred years old, the Manhattan is perhaps the only cocktail drink that can stand head-to-head with the martini in terms of longevity, popularity, presentation, and overall taste and fun factor. These days, the Manhattan drink is regarded […]

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OBAMA’S PUBLIC HEALTH INSURANCE PLAN

The people of America need our help. This past November the world watched with great anticipation as Barack Hussein Obama was elected the 44th President of the United States. Many of us hoped this historic moment signaled a significant change in US domestic and foreign policy. Others believed in the fundamental idea behind Obama’s nomination […]

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SEA OF BLUE TAKES OVER THE US WITH BARACK OBAMA AT THE HELM

November 4, 2008 marked a historic day for many citizens in America and around the world as Barack Obama, the first African-American, was officially declared the winner of the US presidential election. It has been an exciting time for us at Canadians For Obama – but this victory wouldn’t have happened without the dedication and […]

OBAMA’S INAUGURATION 2009