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 how 60% of us is always subject to a government that we didn’t vote for. All our votes should be equal in the ability to elect someone to represent our values. Also, diversity is stronger than monopolies, and parties need to learn to collaborate to govern, so that everyone’s values are represented in resulting policy. That’s what democracy should look like.