How the House of Commons might have looked if voting reform had been implemented before Monday's election.
The voters of Canada still do not elect their Senate. What might it look like if the country adopted Australia's Senate voting system?
Let's be clear from the outset: Australia will probably never again adopt first-past-the-post voting, whether at a federal or state level. Apart from the lack of appetite for it, other countries have looked to Australia's system as something worth emulating. But hypotheticals are fun! Having just moved to Canada, where federal politicians will face voters … Continue reading Preferential treatment: what Australia’s 2019 election would have looked like under first-past-the-post voting