Countries with PR electoral systems had average central government spending of 29.2 per cent (of GDP) compared to 23.5 per cent in majoritarian/plurality countries.
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The federal government wants to reform Canada’s electoral system, with a committee now investigating options.
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In the 1992 referendum on the Charlottetown Accord, British Columbians rejected the proposed amendments to Canadas constitution with the highest no vote in the country (68.3%). Also in the no camp were Manitoba (61.6%) and then Alberta (60.2%). Four other provinces also turned it down and the package barely passed in Ontario.