Adopt a new policy with regard to democratic reforms that do not directly enhance proportionality of representation
One of FVC's strengths is that its core mission is clear - to enhance proportionality of representation in our legislatures and in parliament. One limitation of this is that FVC may not be able to speak to related, but nonetheless, important aspects of democracy. For example, Canada's confidence convention plays an important role in the potential workability of a proportionally-elected legislature. Likewise, the party financing rules are hugely important in affecting accountability to voters. Under what circumstances could FVC adopt a position on these kinds of issues? One possibility might be to assess the views of our representatives and members - if there is near-unanimous support (perhaps defined as 80+% in a member referendum), then FVC could opt to support a position (and conversely if 80+% opposed it). For all other issues where the membership is significantly divided, FVC would simply adopt a position of neutrality. This approach would have obvious implications in the current situation.