After briefly introducing the two questions on the mail-in referendum, this video gives an overview of Mixed Member Proportional voting.
See How to Vote for more details specific to this referendum.
- October 22 to November 2: Voting packages mailed out
- October 30: Estimated delivery date for Sooke
- November 5: Referendum Service Offices Open (online)
- November 23: Deadline to request a package (1-800-661-8683 or online)
- Friday, November 30, 4:30 pm: Elections BC must receive your ballot by this deadline
- Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) voting explained
- First Past the Post (FPTP) voting explained
- Rural Urban Proportional (RUP) voting explained
- Dual Member Proportional (DMP) voting explained
- BC votes to keep first past the post
- Referendum on electoral reform engages 41 per cent of all voters (39.6 in this riding)
- Letter: Pro Rep is about thoughtful process and equal representation, and deserves a chance
- Letter: First Past the Post is still the best way to vote
- Letter: PR is a bad idea that opens the door to fringe groups
- Letter: Proportional Representation will not fix what’s broken; the ballot is deceptive and manipulative
- Letter: Proportional Representation is not a foreign idea
- BC Provincial Referendum on Electoral Reform
- LETTER – Pro Rep: Canada lost marks for poor participation democratic decision making
- Video: Sooke’s MLA speaks to proportional representation
- LETTER: Pro-Rep ensures you are represented in government
- Referendum regulations and questions for electoral reform
- Attorney General unveils report and recommendations on electoral reform referendum
- Editorial: Proportional Representation Electoral Reform – Details and debate is missing
- Let Every Voter Count: A Sooke Information Night on Electoral Reform
- POLL: Would you support some form of electoral reform?
- Provincial referendum on electoral reform to happen in one year
- Is electoral reform on the BC horizon?
- Trudeau reveals that he misled voters on Democratic Reform