Has the electoral reform egg cracked?

Preferential or Ranked Ballot

Good Morning FairVoting Friends,

Last night was a historic evening on three fronts! London, used a ranked ballot to elect its municipal government. A totally amazing moment. Cambridge and Kingston both returned wins (yes, wins!) on their municipal referendum questions to use ranked ballots for future municipal elections.

Using ranked ballot […]

Discussion Night on Referenda with @YesCambridge on Wed, 26 Sept 2018

This coming Wednesday we’re holding our Discussion Night at the Blackwing Coffee Bar in Cambridge, one of several places in Canada that’s holding a referendum on Electoral Reform. We’ll meet up with the team from the Yes! Cambridge campaign. Who knows, there may be some people that you recognize!

We’ll discuss what the members […]

Discussion Nights in August and September

Hi everyone! For our upcoming Discussion Night on Wednesday, 29 August 2018 we’ll be discussing the results of the provincial election in June.

I invite anyone who has done some analysis of the election to make a short presentation. For example, if you’ve calculated how the seats would have been distributed with an STV […]

Electoral Reform in Elmira, International Festival in Cambridge, Discussion Night in St. Agatha

Hi Everyone! We’re two-thirds through September, and the Electoral Reform events are not slowing down. I’d like to invite you to join your fellow Fair Voters at four events in the next week.

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Thanks to the efforts of Paul Nijjar, Fair Vote Waterloo has been invited to provide a […]

Discussion Night tonight, and other upcoming events this week

Kiwi Cambridge Bar & Grill

Hi all: Just a quick reminder of tomorrow’s (Monday’s) Discussion Night at the Kiwi Cambridge Bar & Grill:

What: Fair Vote Waterloo Discussion Night When: Monday, 29 August 2016 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm Where: Kiwi Cambridge Bar & Grill Location: 47 Dickson St., Cambridge, Ontario Map 1

Community Dialogues

The […]

Fair Vote Waterloo Met With Bryan May, MP For Cambridge

Hello FairVoting Friends,

On Monday afternoon, 29 February 2016, FVC-WR met with Bryan May, MP for Cambridge. We had a straight forward 45 minute discussion with him. He shared his concerns about some of the technical issues of organizing a new electoral system ie. another round of electoral boundary changes but agrees with the principle […]