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Welcome to the Ontario Citizens’ Assembly on Electoral Reform: history is happening here

After months of learning, consulting and deliberating, the province’s first Citizens’ Assembly decided to recommend a new electoral system for Ontario: Mixed Member Proportional.

The Assembly worked to identify the principles we value most in an electoral system and weighed the options accordingly. This process gave citizens a direct voice in determining the options we have when we vote and how our votes are translated into seats for Members of Provincial Parliament (MPPs).

This recommendation carries real weight.

Referendum legislation was introduced to enable Ontarians to have their say. The government will hold a referendum in conjunction with the next provincial election in October 2007 so that all voters can decide whether to accept the Assembly’s recommendation for a Mixed Member Proportional voting system.

Click on “About the Assembly” to meet the members who are recommending a new electoral system for Ontario. Visit the “Deliberation Room” to see how we made our decision.

The Assembly’s work is done. Our final report was submitted to the government on May 15, 2007.

Now it’s your turn: Get involved... Browse our site...Read our report and spread the word about our work.