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The problem is what type of electoral reform?   Any electoral reform that has the goal of fair representation would require PEI to lose 2-3 MPs, New Brunswick 3 MPs, Sask 3 MPs, Manitoba 2 MPs and Nova Scotia 2 MPs
How about we try actual democracy, instead of party-politics?
Thanks, Coyne, for explaining my thoughts better than I ever could.

Re: PEI, virtually all forms of electoral reform being proposed would function within the riding system, essentially leaving the number and allocation of seats within provinces the same. What would change is the manner in which the MPs for these seats would be selected, either party lists, by riding, or a combination of the two.
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