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Referendum Ontario - Understand the Question
By Government Notes | Published  10/9/2007 | Political News | Unrated
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In June 2005, the Ontario Legislature began a process to review electoral systems. In March 2006, the Citizens' Assembly on Electoral Reform, an independent body representing the electors in Ontario was created. They were asked to assess Ontario's current electoral system and different electoral systems, and recommend whether Ontario should retain its current system or adopt a different one. The Citizens' Assembly's proposal has resulted in this Referendum.

Visit the Elections Ontario referendum public education website for information:

A public toll free information telephone line, 1-888-ONTVOTE (1-888-668-8683), is available to assist voters with their questions.

Information source: Elections Ontario

About Elections Ontario
Elections Ontario is the non-partisan agency responsible for administering provincial elections, by-elections and referendums in the Province of Ontario.

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