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Workshops & seminars, Conferences & lectures

Canadian Elections-Past, Present and Future:
What have we learned after 150 years?

with Dr. John Courtney,
Senior Policy Fellow, University of Saskatchewan
Date & time
Wednesday, May 10, 2017 –
Thursday, May 11, 2017
9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Speaker(s)

Dr. John Courtney
Senior Policy Fellow, University of Saskatchewan

Cost

Participants must register to attend: Register here

Contact

WSSR Coordinator
514-848-2424 x7854

Where

Henry F. Hall Building
1455 De Maisonneuve W.

Wheelchair accessible

Yes

Dr. Courtney’s workshop is devoted to an analysis of Canada’s electoral system past, present and future. What works, what doesn’t, and what needs to be changed? He will examine the five “building blocks” of “Canada’s Electoral Democracy”: The Franchise; Electoral Districting; Voter Enumeration/Registration; Electoral Administration; and the First-Past-the-Post method of voting.

Participants will learn about the changes that each of the five elements of Canada’s electoral system have undergone and, where appropriate, will be introduced to comparative reference points in order to assess how Canadian electoral democracy fairs in relation to electoral systems abroad. Finally, Dr. Courtney will examine the ways in which electoral democracy in Canada works today and how it might look in the future.




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