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 […]

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 […]

Pictures of the Kitchener-Centre Electoral Reform Debate, 25 August 2015

More pictures on Laurel L. Russwurm’s Flickr album Fairvote Debate: KitCen

Candidates at the Fair Vote Canada Kitchener-Centre All Candidate Electoral Reform Debate

Front: (Unknown), Nicholas Wendler (Green Party Candidate), Sharon Sommerville (Co-chair, Fair Vote Waterloo) Back: Jennifer Ross (Treasurer, Fair Vote Waterloo), Laura Lee Roberts (Campaign Manager for […]

Last Night’s All Candidates Meeting in Kitchener-Centre

Hello Fair Voting Friends,

Thank you to everyone who came out to FVC-WR’s first of five All Candidate Meetings. The Kitchener-Centre meeting was a great success. About 100 people attended and we had a thoughtful & respectful discussion about proportional representation.

Our thanks to Liberal Party candidate Raj Saini, Green Party candidate Nicholas Wendler and […]

Pictures from “Connect” with TransitionKW, SPC-KW and Leadnow, Saturday, 8 March 2014

As part of the Leadnow Connect event, FairVoteWRC joined TransitionKW and the Social Planning Council of Kitchener-Waterloo at the Queen Street Commons Café on Saturday, 8 March 2014 for a few hours of collaborative social justice planning.

Group Picture!

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It’s A Good News Day!

Hello FairVoting Friends,

The first piece of good news is that the Liberal Party passed Resolution 31 at its convention this past weekend. After the next election, the LPC has committed to engage in an all party process to investigate, using expert advice and citizen’s participation (that’s we come in!), the best electoral system for […]