Empowering Canadians with the Skills to Navigate Evidence in Everyday Life
Evidence Matters aims to place evidence at the heart of navigating everyday life. Our guides, events, and resources seek to equip you with the knowledge and skills to assess evidence and hold individuals and organizations accountable for the claims they make.
Help us strengthen our democracy through good evidence, one conversation at a time!
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How YOU can take part in #EvidenceMatters
Check out our new guides and share them with others!
Tune in to our weekly virtual sessions!
Your New Guides to Understanding and Asking for Evidence
March 8, 2023 | Webinar
Bringing Science and Democracy Together in the Classroom
March 15, 2023 | Panel
Empowering Citizens with Evidence
March 22, 2023 | Panel
A Conversation with Canada’s Chief Science Advisor
March 29, 2023 | Interview
Join the #EvidenceMatters conversation here and online!
Share your evidence story on social media using #EvidenceMatters.
How do you use or look for evidence in your everyday life? Tell us about a time when you wanted more information about a decision, policy, or claim that you read online. What kind of evidence did you want decision-makers to share?
Use the hashtag #EvidenceMatters by 11:59 PST on March 29 for a chance to win an Evidence Day prize!
How do you interact with evidence?
Just like you, we’re always on the search for evidence. Help us collect some data on your experience with evidence!
Here are some more helpful resources for spotting and debunking mis- and disinformation, and for understanding how evidence supports our democracy. Know of other awesome resources? Fill out this google form to add them to the list!