In 1867, most Canadians were denied the vote.
Without the vote, they were denied representation.
Yet most Canadians are still denied representation.
Most Canadians are still denied representation based on where they live.
For the past 30 years, most winning parties
win around 40% of the vote, but 56% of the seats.
So some votes still count more than others.
But this problem can be fixed.
When 40% of the vote means 40% of the seats,
then everyone is represented equally.