On October 13, join me for a town hall on electoral reform. Canada is better when its government works for everyone – including women, young people, Indigenous Peoples, and new Canadians. Come learn more about electoral systems and share your views on modernizing our democracy.
- Explore the principles and values that shape our democracy;
- Learn more about the different electoral systems; and
- Discuss the ways in which Canadians participate in the democratic process.
This meeting is an exciting opportunity for our community to come together, ask questions, and learn more about electoral reform in our country.
When: 6:30 pm- 8:00 pm , October 13th
Where: Brentwood Presbyterian Church (1600 Delta Ave, Burnaby)
Format: Our guest speakers will take us through the current electoral system in Canada before moving on to consider alternative options. With plenty of opportunities throughout the evening for small group discussion and feedback, come prepared to listen, learn, and ask questions!
Please RSVP using the form below. Seating is limited and priority will be given to Burnaby North-Seymour residents.
As your Member of Parliament, the most important part of my job is to listen to you. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please feel free to share your comments with me by email at Terry.Beech@parl.gc.ca. Following the meeting, I will be submitting a report to the Special Committee on Electoral Reform summarizing our discussion.
Canadians can learn more about the Government’s commitment to electoral reform by visiting Canada.ca/democracy.