Category Archives: Electoral Reform

A Notion of Motion

We are hearing these days (2017-05-19) of a soon forthcoming NDP motion that is supposed to kick-start federal electoral reform, and get it underway again. The motion is anticipated to ask the house to concur in the report of the … Continue reading
Posted in Condorcet Voting, Electoral Reform | Comments Off on A Notion of Motion

The Way Forward

Just Talking … I have been pursuing electoral reform for Canada for a number of years.  So I was, of course, delighted when it became a plank in our 2015 election platform. And I was, therefore, devastated by the Cabinet’s … Continue reading
Posted in Call to Action, Condorcet Voting, Electoral Reform | Comments Off on The Way Forward

2015 Electoral-Reform Commitment

“We are committed to ensuring that 2015 will be the last federal election conducted under the first-past-the-post voting system. “As part of a national engagement process, we will ensure that electoral reform measures — such as ranked ballots, proportional representation, … Continue reading
Posted in Electoral Reform | Comments Off on 2015 Electoral-Reform Commitment