Discussion Night Tonight! and other Electoral Reform events for the week of 26 September 2016

Group discussion

Hi all: A quick reminder that tonight (Monday, 26 September 2016) is our monthly Discussion Night, an hour earlier than usual. Let’s talk about the Electoral Reform process, answer any questions on the submission process and about submissions we’ve made, and experiences we’ve had talking to others about electoral reform. And, of course, […]

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.

Title slide Make Every Vote Count

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

Jean-Pierre Kingsley and Minister Maryam Monsef are visiting Waterloo Region and so much more!

Hello FairVoting Friends,

As we approach the 7 October 2016 deadline for public consultations by the Electoral Reform Committee, there are an enormous number of educational and consultation events here in Waterloo Region. Now is the time to come out for an education event or to express your opinion to our government.

Educational […]

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 […]

Community Dialogue Tonight — Tuesday, 23 August 2016 at Queen Street Commons Cafe #ERRE

Fair Vote Waterloo co-chair Sharon Sommerville oversees the second group discussion.August 9, 2016

Hello FairVoters,

Tonight, at 6:30 we are hosting our third Community Dialogue at the Queen Street Commons Cafe (43 Queen Street South) in Kitchener. Join other interested Canadians to discuss and submit a report on electoral reform to the committee (ERRE) that […]

Your Opinion Will Count — Community Dialogues on Electoral Reform

The group spent the evening discussing the questions posed in the ERRE committee handout.

Hello FairVoting Friends,

Tonight, we host our second Community Dialogue at the Queen Street Commons Cafe in Kitchener. The discussion will be written up and the notes will be submitted to the electoral reform committee.

If you can’t make it to […]

Community Dialogues and PR In The Back Yard

Hello FairVoting Friends,

The Electoral Reform Committee wants to hear from Canadians, we have an amazing opportunity to let our government know that we want Proportional Representation and why.

Community Dialogues

The Electoral Reform Committee is asking Canadians to participate in community dialogues and submit reports to them on what is important in […]