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Proportional representation

Canada’s electoral system is outdated and unfair. In the absence of proportional representation, the make-up of our parliament distorts Canadians’ electoral preferences, fails to reflect who we really are, and creates voter apathy in the process.

Making sense of the Conservative sweep in Nova Scotia

Making sense of the Conservative sweep in Nova Scotia

Of the five provincial elections that haven taken place since the pandemic began, this is the first to see power ...
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The Big Questions: Electoral Reform

The Big Questions: Electoral Reform

Canada's electoral system is outdated and unfair. It distorts Canadians' electoral preferences and creates voter apathy in the process. How ...
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Wet’suwet’en closer to recognition of title on their territory

Wet’suwet’en closer to recognition of title on their territory

The Wet'suwet'en Nation's long struggle has taken another small step towards taking back control over what happens within their territory ...
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Activists vote on Green New Deal ACT NOW Nelson Statement

Activists vote on Green New Deal ACT NOW Nelson Statement

In early December, local activists in Nelson, B.C. tackled the question of “what is the Green New Deal?” in a ...
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Canada needs electoral reform

Canada needs electoral reform

The problems with Canada’s first-past-the-post electoral system came into sharper focus following the federal election. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau can’t ...
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We are the balance of power

We are the balance of power

This morning I feel very determined about the road ahead. Yesterday, Canadians went to the polls and elected a minority ...
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PEI votes to keep first-past-the-post

PEI votes to keep first-past-the-post

Yesterday in a ballot referendum, PEI residents opted not to change their voting system from first-past-the-post to mixed-member proportional representation ...
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PEI, vote yes on proportional representation

PEI, vote yes on proportional representation

Folks in PEI may have seen the following email sent by the PEI Chapter this morning: Prince Edward Island’s ...
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