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Trudeau's hubris shows, once again, that Canada is a democracy manqué

By Greg Felton

In a democracy, citizens should look forward to elections because it is the only time they have some say in how their country is run; at least, that’s the theory. In Canada, elections are occasions for anxiety and apathy because, contrary to all appearances, Canada is not a democracy, and electoral choice is a polite fiction. Of the three main national parties––Liberal, “Conservative” and New Democratic––only the first two are theoretically capable of forming a government, and of those, only the Liberals are viable. Since an election has been called for September 20, less than two years after the last one, it’s worth talking a look at the undemocratic results over the last 15 years to understand why there is good reason to be anxious about this election as well.


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Vancouver Library Presentation