Keeping up with the bills – legislative, that is

Who votes matters and the more of us who vote, the better our system will be

A doctor was telling a lawyer that he was sick of his friends asking him for free medical advice.

The lawyer said, “Just do what I do, and leave a bill in their mailbox.”

The doctor decided he’d give that a try and thanked his lawyer friend. When the doctor got home, he had a bill in his mailbox from the lawyer.

Canadians are challenged as they keep up with the bills, changing legislative bills that is. Recently Bill C-76 passed through Parliament, which removed two limitations on voting by non-resident Canadian electors. The removed requirements are: 1. Canadian citizens are no longer required to live outside Canada for less than five consecutive years in order to vote; 2. Canadians don’t need to plan to return to Canada to resume residence in the future.

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