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Voting Reform: P.E.I. again considers change
While federal politicians consider voting reform, Prince Edward Island will hold a second vote on the subject this fall.
Academic witnesses to appear at electoral reform committee
Political scientists from across Canada will offer their thoughts on the politics and process of voting.
Mayrand speaks on referendum cost, logistics
Elections Canada needs guidance any new voting system by next spring to ensure the next election runs smoothly, and a referendum could cost $300 million.
Wednesday: MPs to question Monsef on voting reform
Democratic Institutions Minister Maryam Monsef is the first public witness at the Special Committee on Electoral Reform.
Electoral Reform committee prepares to hear witnesses — and audience
Audience members will likely have a chance to speak at meetings in Ottawa and across Canada.
Electoral reform committee to elect chair
The committee has five Liberals, three Conservatives, two New Democrats, one Green, and one Bloc member.
Friday: Today in Politics
The House of Commons returns to Bill C-2.
Thursday: Today in Politics
MPs have started debate on the Senate amendments to Bill C-14.
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