Guelph chapter activist Richard Chaloner speaks against online voting at Guelph Committee of the Whole meeting, April 3, 2017.
The Council of Canadians Guelph chapter is celebrating the defeat of the use of online voting in next year's municipal election in their community.
Guelph Today reports, "Guelph City Council has officially rejected online voting for the next municipal election. At a meeting that started Monday [April 24] night and lasted over six hours, council voted 7-6 against a motion to have online voting available for the advance polls in 2018."
That article highlights, "Monday’s meeting included 15 delegates, 13 of them speaking against online voting at this point."