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Ontario, like other provinces and Canada as a whole, has a winner-take-all voting system. If you vote for the most popular candidate in your riding, you elect a member of provincial parliament and win representation. If you vote for another candidate, you elect no one and are unrepresented. In the last Ontario election, won by Dalton

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