London City Council is the first government in Canada to reject the discredited First-Past-the-Post model and adopt a fair electoral system that respects voters.

On October 22, London will use ranked ballots in their local elections - the first and only in Canada!  This decision places London as the #1 innovator and pioneer of democratic reform in the country.

Ranked Ballots are a small and simple change to make local elections more fair, inclusive and friendly.  Explore our website to learn more about the benefits of ranked ballots - and myths.  London City staff have also created some fantastic resources for citizens.

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Democratic reform only happens when citizens get involved. The switch to ranked ballots in London was strongly encouraged and supported by the Urban League of London and Women and Politics: 

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commented 2017-05-12 03:31:58 -0400 · Flag
This is really good decision taken by the London government. I have read the rules of their democracy at http://www.wizessay.com/speechpresentation/ and I really like the way they respect the people’s opinions. Every country should adopt this culture to give respect to the people’s opinions.