Brendan Jeffery

We have required electoral reform, in the form of proportional representation, for far too long. Our antiquated, archaic first-past-the-post system has been abused by political parties like the Harper Conservatives, and now the Trudeau Liberals, for far too long. Justin … Read More

Andrea Dowling

I am tired of the results of the ‘first past the post’ elections. There are too many ‘back-room-deals’, too many decisions made that benefit friends and relatives of elected officials. There are important decisions to be made if this world … Read More

Joyce Hall

Proportional representation would give us policy in line with the majority of Canadians on the environment, health, education, wealth distribution, and every aspect of our society. It would save billions wasted in policy lurch. It is long overdue.

Lorna Weigand

PR is important to me because I want fairness in our democracy. I was very upset when I began to understand false majorities – how a candidate could get only 25 to 35% of all the votes cast across Canada … Read More

Ruth C.

We need government that is accountable to the voters, and who must work together with elected officials of other political parties to deliver on policies that actually benefit all Canadians.

Evelyn Olenick

Because I want every vote to count. And I want people in government to work together for the betterment of all the people of Canada

Jeannette Horsfield

No more false majorities. A better bunch of people running for office. It’s just fairer. More opennessss in government. What the majority of people want, would at least have to be considered, possibly acted on. Politicians would have to debate … Read More

Grace Law

When you live in a democracy such as Canada, you expect something as important as the voting system to accurately reflect what voters want. When I discovered that it wasn’t so, I felt betrayed. It also seemed illogical to me … Read More