Bene Diction Blogs On writes today on how parliament has managed to disinfranchise 4.4% of Canadian voters.
Voters now need a residential address with a street name and number before casting a ballot, because of an amendment to the Canada Elections Act that Parliament enacted four months ago.
But more than one million rural Canadians have no proper residential or civic address. Many of them use post office boxes, and on some native reserves residents only use the name of their community. (CTV)
Perhaps when we finally lose our right to have a say voters will sit up and take notice.