Category Archives: Canada

Why Electoral Reform Isn’t Dead Yet

The issue of electoral reform has hounded Canadian politicians for almost a century. Ever since Canada evolved from being a two-party system, some people have questioned the wisdom of retaining our first-past-the-post system. In all that time, no government took … Continue reading

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How a Motion Works in the House of Commons

After weeks of protests and hostile debate, the House of Commons finally passed Liberal MP Iqra Khalid’s motion condemning Islamophobia on Thursday, March 23. When it was first introduced back in December of 2016, the house greeted M-103 with little … Continue reading

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