In a couple of other threads we have been complaining about the two major parties, a former MLA and a future MLA. Here three independent candidates - all of whom have a good chance of being re-elected as independents - have suggested proposals to improve the way we are governed. One other independent, Moe Gill, who was promised and then denied an opportunity to run as a Liberal, has a decent shot at being elected in Abbottsford.
Three independents working together as they appear to be doing bodes well. If one or two others get elected then there is a core group that would make it easier for other dissatisfied members of both major parties to quit their party and not feel that they are alone or marginalized. It might give individual caucus members more chance to fight for what they and their constituents feel is right rather than just what the party brass is saying. It certainly should give the party leaders something to think about.