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A few weeks ago I had as a guest on my show Peter Mac Isaac who revealed the truth behind the government corruption and incompetence that is feeding the wildfires across Canada. But in my discussions with Peter I discovered we share a conviction, one which we believe could transform politics in Canada and, as a case study, it’s already been successfully implemented in Nunavut. It’s called consensus government, a form of government in which all MLAs are independent and there is no party system. No party system means that blocks of votes cannot be controlled by a single party or alliance of parties such as the one between the federal liberals and the NDP. It also means that elected representatives work for their constituents without threat of being expelled by their party if they don’t vote as directed.
Peter is working toward finding independent candidates for every riding in his home province of Nova Scotia and, after only a few weeks, has gathered 20% of the needed candidates. The election is still 18 months away and he’s confident to have a full roster by then. His plan is realistic; not a plan to form a full consensus government in Nova Scotia, at least not yet. Just to get enough independent MLAs elected that there will be a minority government, and where nothing will get done without the consent of the independent representatives who are working not for political party but in the interest of the people who elected them.