Sample template for submitting the results of your electoral reform event to the Special Committee on Electoral Reform

Find below a sample structure you may wish to use to help you take notes during your event and share the results of your event with the Special Committee on Electoral Reform. Feel free to adapt it to fit your circumstances.

You may also wish to review some information from the Library of Parliament about how to submit a brief to a special parliamentary committee.

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  1. What was the nature of the event: (select one)
    Add-on Dialogue
    Coffee Dialogue
    Community Dialogue
    Town Hall
    Other
  2. What date was the event held?
  3. Where was the event held?
  4. Who hosted the event?
  5. Approximately how many people attended the event?
  6. Brief description of the event:

General

  1. Did you have a dialogue about electoral and democratic reform in general? Yes / No
    1. If yes, what were the highlights of the dialogue? (open field)

Democratic principles and values

  1. Did you have a dialogue about the principles and values that underpin Canada’s democracy? Yes / No
    1. If yes, what were the highlights of the dialogue?
    2. What principle(s) did participants identify as most important?
    3. What principle(s) did participants identify as least important?

Canadian federal electoral reforms

  1. Did you have a dialogue about different potential Canadian federal electoral reforms? Yes / No
    1. If yes, what were the highlights of the dialogue?

Additional feedback

  1. Did the dialogue yield additional thoughts you would like to share? Yes / No
    1. If yes, what were those additional thoughts?
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