That's a good question, Mr. Kingsley.
Last December, the Broadbent Institute conducted a survey, which was insightful. In fact, it could be noted that people felt it was a priority to ensure that the voting system makes it possible to represent plurality, as well as the diversity of voices and political opinions within Parliament, and to reduce the major distortions created by the first-past-the-post system.
Another priority was to make the voting system simple and make it possible to have direct access to a member representing a particular region or a community.
I would like you to draw on your experience and tell me what international voting system could address these two concerns of Canadians, in your opinion.