Here's an idea, why even bother holding elections? Instead we can hire EKOS to poll a "random" sample of the population to decide who sits in our Parliament. We should trust Frank Graves more than the voting public, because some of the voting age public don't vote; and if the people who don't vote had decided to vote, it would hurt the Tories. That's the explanation anyway in quite a flattering piece by Mr Valpy.
"Mr. Graves has made a practice of going beyond other pollsters to tell the country's story, tracking Canadians' values, attitudes, generational conflicts and thoughts on everything from nationalism and the state to the role of emotion in politics, and class and age dispositions toward knowledge and morality."