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Tim Uppal explains why the value of voting starts with parents and not television commercials

The Hon. Tim Uppal discusses what Canadians can do to get more involved in the democratic process.  Uppal is a former MP and the former Minister of State for Democratic Reform from 2011-2013.  He spoke to The Democracy Project while attending the 2019 Manning Networking Conference.

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