"Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is suggesting electoral reform might not happen after all, despite an election promise that last year's vote would be the last one under the existing system.
And he also suggested there's less need for electoral reform now that the Conservatives are out of power.
Trudeau made the comments in an interview with Quebec newspaper Le Devoir. Speaking in French, he said the Liberal government will only change the first-past-the-post system if Canadians are open to it.
"We're not going to prejudge that it's necessary," Trudeau told Le Devoir.
The prime minister suggested Canadians are happier with the existing system now that Stephen Harper is out of office.
"With the current system, they now have a government with which they're happier. And the need to change the electoral system is less compelling," Trudeau said..."