Welcome to the 11th edition of Lego My Vote, where we expose the pitfalls of political pluralities - with plastic!

Quebec just had an election, and the province is now ruled by a single party, the Coalition Avenir Québec.  With 59% of the seats, the CAQ can pass any legislation they want, any time, without any compromise or negotiation.  They run the show.  But is that what voters asked for?

Here's the shocking results of the Quebec election, yet another example of Canada's obscure voting system failing those who depend on it to provide responsible and responsible government.

Really, this is embarrassing.   What's the point of having an election, if a single party can take power - AGAINST the will of the majority.  Join our campaign to bring real democracy to Canada!  Voters deserve it.

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