Some policy experts hope the United Conservative Party gets out of campaign mode as soon as possible.
You join the queue to check out at your local grocery store, and you’re one of five Albertans in line. If history is our guide, here’s what’s likely to happen on April 16, the day of the provincial election: at least two of you won’t bother to vote; three of you might cast ballots in the election.
After the Trudeau government abandoned an effort to overhaul Canada’s electoral system in 2017, reform advocates turned their sights to British Columbia. In the wake of last fall’s referendum, which produced a 61.3 per cent result in favour of the current first-past-the-post system, it’s quite possible that the dream of changing the voting system in Canada is dead, at least for the foreseeable future.