Muskoka wants a say in potential changes to Canada’s voting system
Muskoka wants to have a say about Canada’s voting system. That’s according to results from a survey conducted by Parry Sound – Muskoka MP Tony Clement. Of more than 2,300 responses, 86 per cent are in favour of a national referendum.
Clement says this response is in line with what the rest of the country is saying.
The national committee’s report on electoral reform is due today, and Clement says he is hopeful the government will then call a referendum to vote on the options they pitch.