From Bloc Québécois to Bloc Canadien

In 2030, the population shift to Ontario and the West will have redesigned our electoral map with a smaller proportion of ridings in Quebec and the Atlantic provinces. Because of the new “electoral math”, a Canadian Prime Minister will be able to get elected without any MPs on the East coast. By then, the strongest candidates from Quebec and the Atlantic provinces may run for a neutral party that will integrate them within the winning one in Ottawa.