Posted by Fair Vote Canada – Edmonton Chapter on Thursday, April 27, 2017

Fair Vote Edmonton helped bring together many concerned Edmontonians to an electoral reform tour held by MP Nathan Cullen. Mr Cullen’s Edmonton stop was on 27 April 2017 and was attended by about 100 people yearning for change in the way we elect our members of parliament.

Although Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced he would not follow through with his election promise, Mr Cullen argues the fight is not over. A parliamentary vote will be held on 31 May to accept the recommendations of the electoral reform committee, which includes adopting a proportional system of voting through a national referendum.

We spoke to Mr Cullen briefly on what Edmontonians should expect about electoral reform over the next month. We apologize for the quality of the video.

Nathan Cullen live

Posted by Fair Vote Canada – Edmonton Chapter on Thursday, April 27, 2017

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