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Discussion: What problems will be addressed through electoral reform?

In this discussion, speakers and panelists look at electoral reform.  They examine if it can increase voter engagement and improve democracy, and they explore the underlying principles of a new voting system.

Featuring:  Nik Nanos (Nanos Research), Mike Pal (University of Ottawa), Jonathan Rose (Queen’s University), Henry Milner (Université de Montréal), Tom Flanagan (University of Calgary), Nathalie Des Rosiers (University of Ottawa), MP Mark Holland (Liberal Party of Canada), Scott Reid (Conservative Party of Canada), Nathan Cullen (New Democratic Party) and Elizabeth May (Green Party).

The Hon. Maryam Monsef (former Minister for Democratic Institutions) delivers the opening address.

 

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