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Duncan Cameron | With Parliament looking to summer recess, it is a good time to reflect on what went wrong, and what to like.
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Sophia Reuss | Only 13 per cent of members elected in 2015 are from visible minority groups. Only 26 per cent of MPs are women.
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Stuart Parker | Surely anything but first-past-the-post is better, right? Nope. We need proportional representation to truly have equal and fair voting.
Activist Toolkit
| Two great initiatives that are dedicated to tracking whether the Liberal government keeps its promises.
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Dylan Penner | Our movements need to be ready for the election campaign to continue in a new form after October 19 if the Conservatives do not win a majority.
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Max Cameron | Parliamentary systems of government are uniquely well suited to ensuring that stable governments are formed even when no party wins a majority of seats in Parliament.
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Karl Nerenberg | The Canadian parliament is not a U.S.-style Electoral College. Its purpose is not to select a prime minister. And having the largest number of seats does not mean you get to rule.
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Dale Marshall | The main federal opposition parties are supporting targets and measures that get Canada on track for climate change action.
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Democracy Watch | Conservative MPs changed the 'Reform Act,' which took away key powers of federal political party leaders, into the 'Hope for Reform Act,' which may or may not change anything.
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rabble staff | Parliament is back in session, and we hope that we can count on you to help ensure that we have a top-notch team of independent and ethical journalists to really challenge Stephen Harper's agenda.
Activist Toolkit
| Let's make this session the most "green" yet.
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| A guide to getting involved in the legislative processes for sex workers.