Stand up for electoral reform, New Democrat MP urges Liberal colleagues
New Democrat MP Nathan Cullen is planning a series of town-hall meetings in Liberal ridings across the country in an effort to resurrect the issue of electoral reform.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau backed away in February from his election promise to end first-past-the-post voting, saying there was no consensus on a replacement system.
Cullen has tabled a petition with 130,000 signatures calling on Trudeau to keep his promise on electoral change.
He says he will challenge 20 Liberal MPs to show up at meetings in their ridings to debate the issue.
He also says those 20 votes would make all the difference if those MPs were to break with the prime minister.
The first town hall is scheduled for Saturday in Toronto.
The chair of the AODA speaks to Niagara In the Morning about the successes and potential shortcomings as the government attempts to ensure Ontario is accessible to all.