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by William P. Irvine

Category: Politics and Government
Subcategory: Political books
Author: William P. Irvine
ISBN: 0889110115
ISBN13: 978-0889110113
Language: English
Publisher: Inst Intergovmntl Relations (December 1, 1979)
Pages: 99
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Does Canada Need a New Electoral System (Queen's Studies on the Future of the Canadian Communities, 1). William P. Irvine.

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The Canadian electoral system is based on a parliamentary system of government, modelled on that of the United Kingdom. The Parliament of Canada consists of: The sovereign (represented by the Governor General). An upper house (the Senate), the members of which are appointed by the Governor General on the recommendation of the Prime Minister. A lower house (the House of Commons), the members of which are chosen by the citizens of Canada through federal general elections.

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Canada uses an independent Electoral Boundaries Commission to draw .

Canada uses an independent Electoral Boundaries Commission to draw riding boundaries. After each census it is determined which provinces need more seats to correspond to growing populations, and Parliament passes a bill to grant those provinces more seats. Then the commissions are formed in each province to decide on the new ridings. There’s a whole formula for choosing the commission members to ensure it’s non-partisan. It is done by writing a cross with a pencil near the name of the candidate you are voting for. Periodically, the voters that voted are noted and that "Bingo sheet" is sent to the parties (confidential info) and they can call people to ask them to go voting.

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Media captionWhat did we learn from the Queen's Speech? The BBC's Helen Catt explains. New measures will also be brought forward to tackle electoral fraud, including requiring people to show an approved form of ID before voting in general and local elections. A shake-up of the rail franchising system in England is also being proposed to improve service reliability, reduce "fragmentation" and introduce a "greater distance" between ministers and the day-to-day running of the network.

As Canadian electoral law was amended to limit fraudulent practices and . Though this book discusses elections following European colonization, w.

As Canadian electoral law was amended to limit fraudulent practices and outbursts of violence, therefore, it ensured that a growing proportion of the population could exercise the right to vote. Legislative Assemblies and Responsible Government. Canadian parliamentary institutions began to take shape in the latter half of the eighteenth century. Though this book discusses elections following European colonization, we cannot ignore the fact that Canada's Aboriginal peoples had developed their own systems of government long before the creation of parliamentary institutions in Canada.

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