Robert Frank (Quebec electoral commission still fails cities, March 25) does not go far enough in his objections to the latest proposed electoral map.
However, at heart, Quebec politicians reserve special treatment for those who live in so-called remote areas.
Federal election officials in Canada and those in most other provinces and territories have set in law strict domains dealing with population and size as determining voting areas. This is required to account for population shifts and on-going demographics.
Prof. Jon G. Bradley
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