Voting Age in Canada

        The voting age in Canada should be lowered from 18, to 16 because voting at 16 years old will allow young Canadians to vote will give them a voice in how their country  run. It will also allow them to express their opinion about issues that concern them, such as education public transportation, healthcare, employment and many more. Lowering the voting age also makes the government accountable to Canadian youth, and will require them to address the issues that most concern young Canadians. Allowing young people to participate in the political process can spark a commitment to life-long civic engagement.