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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 Liberal Party of Canada responds to petition e-616 After the liberals announced they would break their promise to get rid of FPTP
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blog post in No Food for Thought Méta-promesse Il y a quelques semaines, j'ai eu le privilège d'assister à une promesse électorale plus grande que nature. Une promesse de la taille d'un rhinocéros en chef. En effet, j'assistais au discours
blog post in No Food for Thought No Monopoly on Stupid Lawmaking You may know Giphy, the online database and search engine for short looping videos . But you probably don't know who owns Giphy. Probably because you don't care
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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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