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blog post in No Food for Thought British Columbia's Provincial Liberals Announce Their Top Priority: British Columbia's Provincial Liberals In the fall of 2018, British Columbia voters will be voting in a referendum on proportional representation. This is of course a threat for members of parties favored by
blog post in No Food for Thought Electoral reform coming to Canada? After the last election, I wrote about the federal electoral reform promised. Nothing has really changed since then, which is why I am writing a new pos
blog post in No Food for Thought False Majorities - Sadly Doubly True for a Majority of Canadians As British Columbia is about to get a rare opportunity to get rid of FPTP , Fair Vote Canada shows just how relevant the topic is : {img type="fileId" fileId="85"
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blog post in No Food for Thought Modestly Moving Away from a Monstruously Mad Mozilla In 2003, I was using Internet Explorer, Hotmail and Microsoft Windows when I discovered the Mozilla Suite. I could certainly count the number of open source applications I used on a single hand at tha
blog post in No Food for Thought Running from Debian Project Leadership The 2016 Debian Project Leader election has started. For a second time, its result is quite predictable, as there is a single candidature. After a single
blog post in No Food for Thought Scenario for Advertising Proportional Representation I was just reflecting on how I could promote proportional representation in governments using FPTP. My provincial reform movement unfortunately does not sell any gear. I was thinking a T-shirt picturi
blog post in No Food for Thought Victory for the Liberals, Defeat for Governance; Disgust for Canadian Politics {LANG(lang="fr")} Durant la dernière élection fédérale , une proportion des partis politiques plus haute que jamais favorisait la réforme élect