VANCOUVER, Jan. 24, 2018 /CNW/ - A group of prominent British Columbians and key voting reform movement leaders have formed the 'Yes B.C. Proportional Representation Society' ahead of the fall referendum on electoral reform.
This multi-partisan, cross-province group is focused on making sure that British Columbians have the opportunity to cast a binding vote in favour of Proportional Representation – a voting system that improves the representation of all British Columbians, regardless of political ideology, partisan affiliation or geographic location.
Speaking on behalf of the Society in Vancouver will be:
Jean Crowder, Former MP, Nanaimo-Cowichan (2004-15)
Caitlin McCutchen, Chair of the Alliance of BC Students.
WHAT: New electoral reform proponent society announces launch
WHEN: Thursday January 25, 2018
TIME: 10:15 AM
WHERE: Vancouver Public Library, 350 West Georgia Street, Alice MacKay Room (Located on the Lower Level of Library Square)
Spokespeople will be available for comment throughout the day.
Paul Summerville, 20-year career investment banker (RBC Dominion Securities Chief Economist, TD Bank Financial group Asia-Pacific Region Head), Ex-Chairman and Founder of LimeSpot, and Adventu Financial Technologies
Jean Crowder and Caitlin McCutchen
SOURCE Yes Proportional Representation BC
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