Apply Now – Constituency Youth Council


Following the success of last year’s Constituency Youth Council, I am excited to announce that the 2017/2018 application period is now open!

I want to hear from ambitious youth in Mississauga-Malton who are eager to get involved and engage with the Canadian federal political process. Together, we will work to create a better future Canada.

Applications for the Mississauga-Malton Youth Council will be open to youth in the community between the ages of 16-24 until Friday December 8th, 2017.  Once selected, the Council will meet every 1-2 months, where you will have the opportunity to voice issues that matter to you, your community, and our country.

If you’re interested in joining the Mississauga-Malton Youth Council, apply here!


Hon. Navdeep Bains, P.C, M.P

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Have questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions below.


Apply and share your voice on the issues that matter most to you!

Frequently Asked Questions:

Who can apply?

Anyone from the ages of 16-24 who lives in the constituency or goes to school in Mississauga-Malton. Your MP is seeking youth with different interests, experiences, and those who aren’t afraid to take on the world. All voices are welcome!

How can you apply?

Fill out this application form by December 8th, 2017.

How much time do you have to commit to the council?

The council will meet several times per year to discuss different topics and organize community projects. The expected time commitment is roughly 3 hours per month and the council will conduct its work from October until June.

What does the council do?

Members of the council will share their ideas, opinions and concerns on a selection of topics with each other and their MP. The notes from these discussions will be reported back to government to help inform decision making.

Why should you apply for the CYC?

  1. You get valuable face-to-face time with your Member of Parliament and your ideas are shared to help shape choices on policies and the direction of government.
  2. Your time on the council is volunteer experience! Check with your school counsellor before starting to see how they would like you to track your hours.
  3. Your MP will provide you with an official House of Commons Certificate as a member of the Youth Council for the constituency which you can include in applications for work or post-secondary.

Have more questions that weren’t answered here? Contact your MP by email,

Parvinder SachdevaApply Now – Constituency Youth Council
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