DMP for Canada Video

Two media production students from Ryerson University—Vincent Piette and Michal Heuston—collaborated with me on a high quality¬†video explaining the Dual Member Proportional voting system. The students did a fantastic job.¬†Enjoy the video!

Dual Member Proportional (DMP) is a voting system designed to meet Canada’s unique needs. For details, visit the DMP for Canada website:
https://dmpforcanada.com

And here’s a visualization of the complete Canada-wide simulation results for DMP and other voting systems:
http://votingreform.ca

DMP was one of the 5 options on the 2016 Prince Edward Island, plebiscite. The plebiscite was won by a related system, Mixed Member Proportional (MMP). Find out more from Elections PEI:
http://www.yourchoicepei.ca/home

Please share your interest in DMP with your Member of Parliament (MP). You find can him/her using the link below:
http://www.lop.parl.gc.ca/ParlInfo/compilations/houseofcommons/memberbypostalcode.aspx

You can also follow the progress of the Parliament of Canada’s Special Committee on Electoral Reform:
http://www.parl.gc.ca/Committees/en/ERRE/StudyActivity?studyActivityId=9013025

For information on other forms of proportional representation designed for Canada, click the link below.
http://www.fairvote.ca/proportional-representation/

 

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