This article is the submission to the Special Committee on Electoral Reform, presented August, 2016. Click the following link to access the full article. Single Member Party Proportional (SMPP)

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The Deficit Myth – Prof Stephanie Kelton                             2020 Harcourt Lecture – 15 Jan 2020 Listen to Professor Stephanie Kelton answer questions and speak to the Deficit Myth. Professor Kelton is a Professor of Public Policy and Economics at Stony Brook University, and…

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Ontario’s Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk says the province’s response to COVID-19 in the winter and spring of 2020 was slower and more reactive relative to other provinces. The audit looked at three areas: emergency management and pandemic response; outbreak planning and decision-making; and laboratory testing, case management and contact tracing. Click the following link to access The…

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This article is the personal opinion of the writer, Clinton Halladay, and has been sent to several Federal, Provincial and Municipal authorities, plus media outlets. We have posted it to the CDF website with the permission of the author.
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This article is the personal opinion of the writer, Clinton Halladay, and has been sent to all federal party leaders and several media outlets. We have posted it the CDF website with the permission of the author.
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A Matter of Interest One Signature Can Save Us!   First in a Series on the Essentials of a Participatory, Democratic Society   Attention Citizens of Canada                                                                                     June 18, 2020   Do big numbers scare you?  If so, they should, especially when you are speaking of money! The Federal debt is hovering around $700…

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How the Cuban constitution’s inclusion of free medical care for all as a human right helped prepare for COVID-19. The Back Story – As reported in the Monthly Review: Aware of the intensity of the pandemic (COVID-19), Cuba knew that it had two inseparable responsibilities: to take care of its own with a comprehensive program…

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The following  article concerning Oligopolies, written by Ishmael N. Daro, first appeared on the this.org website on November 30, 2018 and is still largely applicable today. An interesting read. https://this.org/2018/11/30/canada-has-an-oligopoly-problem-and-we-need-to-fix-it/  

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Spain is to roll out a universal basic income (UBI) “as soon as possible” to mitigate the impact of coronavirus and government plans to keep payments ‘a permanent instrument’ after pandemic is over By Kate Ng       Published on the Independent, Apr 6, 2020 Read the entire article by clicking on the link below. Is it time for…

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