Representative Government VS Citizens Convention Of Consent (CCC) Part 1
As far as I can tell is seems like the representative democracy we have in Canada is not designed to efficiently carry out what the people of Canada want. Some say this is how the system is designed, we vote for 'this person' to represent us, legally this gives away our decision making power, thus their is no legal requirement for politicians to follow through.
The CCC aims to solve this, legally.
Many people who have analyzed how the political system works have wrote books on this issue & have started their own groups to bring a remedy.
One of the groups (the only one?) is from myfreedom2017.com . They're called the Canadian Peoples Union, which is not a representative form of governance, but something similar to direct democracy. The website is a bit 'basic' due to the small staff (1 or 2 people?), but don't be put off too quickly, they have been in the game for a long time and have done they're research.
You will find many hours of video & the option to 'E-sign' (digitally sign) to have a legal effect of putting decision making power back in place.
Take note that the CCC is different and overcomes issues the RIC (referendum initiated by the citizens) has.
Below is a map to show some of the differences - It could have errors. Full screen button is top right corner.