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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"
blog post in No Food for Thought Germany and Canada: A sharp contrast in what democracy can be If your tracking of Canadian politics focuses on the Parliament's composition, you might not have noticed anything particular in September. If you also pay attention to the budget though, you may have
blog post in No Food for Thought Individual action A lot of what we hear about environmental damage mitigation is about individual action. Don't eat endangered fish . As for the climate crisis, ''Don't eat beef, Don't eat meat, Don't throw paper in
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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 Superfluous election, necessary opportunity In 2015, 39% of Canadian voters gave their vote to the Liberal Party of Canada. 4 years later, that support had dropped to 33%. Less than what the PCC obtained, but still enough to form a government.
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

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