Date: 2017/06/01 -- Category/Categories: Blogues, Questions, Lettres, Parlement

Dear Friends and Supporters of Electoral Reform, A disappointment in Parliament on Wednesday, when the Liberals used their majority to defeat a motion to accept recommendations from the Special Committee on Electoral Reform. It was a slim majority in a vote of 159-146, with two courageous Liberal MPs Nathaniel Eskine-Smith and Sean Casey voting with integrity ...

Date: 2017/05/31 -- Category/Categories: Débat, Parlement, Période de questions

Elizabeth May Mr. Speaker, to clarify, the committee report on electoral reform did not contain any dissent from the New Democrats or the Greens. We filed a supplemental report in support of the recommendations. In support of those recommendations, within the hour, I am certainly hoping that many MPs, in fact most of us, will ...

Date: 2017/05/30 -- Category/Categories: Comités, Débat, Parlement

Elizabeth May Madam Speaker, I am so proud to participate in today’s very important debate. I am also very proud of our report, the Special Committee on Electoral Reform’s report entitled “Strengthening Democracy in Canada: Principles, Processes and Public Engagement for Electoral Reform”. We worked very hard on this report. There were 12 of us, ...

Date: 2017/05/19 -- Category/Categories: Evénements

One Wednsesday, May17th, Elizabeth May and Nathan Cullen joined forces for a very special event supporting electoral reform. At the event they spoke to why changing our electoral system is more critical than ever and why we cannot give up on the Liberals keeping their promise that 2015 would be the last election held under ...

Date: 2017/04/13 -- Category/Categories: Evénements, Discours

Why does Canada use a voting system that allows the minority of voters to elect a majority government? How does 39% of the vote translate into 100% of the power? How does a voting system that allows a micro-targeted riding-by-riding campaign style lead to negative campaigning, toxic politics and a hyper-partisan, never-ending campaign replacing governance? ...

Date: 2017/02/16 -- Category/Categories: Articles signés Elizabeth, Island Tides, Publications

Dissecting the Prime Minister’s excuses for ditching his promise of fair voting February 16, 2017 Elizabeth May I t was a massive blow to my faith in Trudeau’s good intentions when he re-wrote the mandate letter to the Minister of Democratic Institutions to remove the responsibility for bringing in a new voting system. Since then, ...

Date: 2017/02/11 -- Category/Categories: Communiqués

Canadians joined rallies in cities from coast to coast today to demand that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau honour his promise on electoral reform. Elizabeth May, spoke at the Reform the Vote rally in Victoria, B.C., attended by hundreds. Rallies took place in nearly 30 communities including Vancouver, Whitehorse, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal, Halifax, ...

Date: 2017/02/10 -- Category/Categories: Evénements, Participez

The Trudeau government is trying to abandon their promise to upgrade Canada’s voting system ahead of the 2019 election. But we’re not going to let them. Join Elizabeth, Fair Vote Canada, and the Every Voter Counts Alliance for a Day of Action on Electoral Reform. Join us if You think it’s unfair that under our ...

Date: 2017/02/09 -- Category/Categories: Débat d'ajournement, Débat, Parlement

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to rise in adjournment proceedings this evening to return to a question I originally asked on February 1. The House will recall, because we have spent today discussing the subject of electoral reform, that it was on February 1 that the Prime Minister changed the mandate letter to ...

Date: 2017/02/09 -- Category/Categories: Parlement, Discours

Elizabeth May: Madam Speaker, I rise today and want to begin by acknowledging that we are on the unceded territory of the Algonquin of Golden Lake. We say meegwetch. Before I begin my speech, I would like to thank my colleague, the member for Perth—Wellington. I am delighted that he decided to share his speaking time with ...

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