Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request free flyers and materials for your next event. Due to resource limitations, most of these documents are in English only. French versions are included where available.
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- Printable petition to the House of Commons Send 25 signatures to your MP and encourage him or her to read the petition in the House of Commons.
- Printable Declaration of Voters’ Rights Invite your friends and neighbours to join the thousands who have already signed the Declaration of Voters’ Rights.
- Make Every Vote Count campaign flyer (colour) Print these off to distribute in your community
- Make Every Vote Count campaign flyer (black and white)
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Questions for Candidates Get your Prime Minister, MP, MPP, MLA, and Councillor to commit to making every vote count…
- Printable Politicians’ Pledge …then get it in writing and send it to us!
- Action Guide: A how-to for teams and chapters on the ground.
- Why Proportional Representation? A look at the evidence
- Myths and Facts
- Rural and Small Urban Voters and PR
- Proportional Please postcard
Resources for Teachers – Democracy and Voting Systems Lesson Plan
This lesson plan for introductory secondary school civics and social studies classes can easily be modified for other grade levels.
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- Watch how to give the lesson yourself, or look at the overview of the resources here
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- Share it! If you would like to help us get this lesson plan into as many Canadian classrooms as possible, as either a coordinator or presenter, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fair Vote Canada Organizational Documents
- Fair Vote Canada tabloid 8pp. (June 2013)
- Can Fair Voting Systems Really Make a Difference? Research on Proportional Representation 8pp. (December 2003)
- The Alternative Vote (or Instant Run-off Voting): It’s no solution for the democratic deficit 4pp. (August 2009)
- Law Commission of Canada Report on Electoral Reform 209pp. (2004)
- List of Civil Society Groups Using Fair Voting Systems (March 2010)
- Dubious Democracy: Report on Federal Elections 1980-2004 14pp. (January 2006)
- Dubious Democracy: Report on Provincial Elections 1980-2000 7pp. (September 2003)
- Response to Globe and Mail Editorial Series 5pp. (May 2005)
- This is Democracy? 5pp. (January 2005)
- Voting Systems: We Have Choices 8pp. (January 2005)
- Reform of Parliament – FVC policy statement (February 2010)
- Proportional Representation in BC, NB, PEI, and QC: Assessments and Recommendations on Proposed Systems in Four Provinces (March 2005)
External Links (Canada)
- Constitutional Test Case Centre (University of Toronto)
- Elections Canada
- Democracy Watch – Voter Rights Campaign
- Fair Voting British Columbia
- BC Citizens’ Assembly on Electoral Reform
- New Brunswick Commission on Legislative Democracy
- Ontario Citizens’ Assembly on Electoral Reform
- Mouvement démocratie nouvelle (in French only)
External Links (International)
Links for Running Online Voting Elections
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