Prince Edward Island has voted for electoral reform and the mixed member proportional representation (MMPR) system.
The Guardian reports, "Elections P.E.I. released the results about an hour-and-a-half after electronic voting in the plebiscite was closed at 7 p.m. The ranked ballot saw 37,040 votes cast, which translates into a turnout of 36.46 per cent. The mixed member option earned 19,418 of those votes, about 52.42 per cent. The current first past the post system was the second most popular option, receiving 15,869 votes or 42.84 per cent."
The Canadian Press notes, "Islanders were given five options to chose from, including an option to keep the existing first-past-the-post system. Voters were asked to rank some or all of the option on a one-to-five scale. Electronic voting began on Oct. 29 at noon and continued until Monday at 7 p.m. local time."