Here's a column by the Toronto Sun's Bryn Weese with highlights below:
Electing governments in Canada with the antiquated first-past-the-post system is akin to pulling names out of a hat.
The distribution of seats in the House of Commons is completely arbitrary, and has nothing to do with what Canadians actually voted for. It never does.
Is it any wonder that only half of eligible voters in Canada can be bothered to cast ballots? Most of their votes (unless they're cast for the winner) are worthless and huge scores of Canadians are robbed of representation.