We’re in the dog days of summer but the debate over electoral reform continues. Now, there’s a new argument out from the Fraser Institute about possible policy and fiscal consequences we might face if we go towards some kind of proportional representation.
You can see the press release about the new study from the Fraser Institute HERE and as you’ll see, whatever else Canadians may think of the idea, there’s just no question that proportional representation governments tend to cost more.
Watch as I discuss the study with Fraser Institute Senior Policy Analyst, Taylor Jackson, who outlines the fiscal and policy consequences that would follow such a change.
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