- The Trillium Party of Ontario believes strongly in representative government. There is no more direct form of Citizen representation than Binding Referendum.
- Major issues which are deemed as significantly major to the citizens of Ontario should be put on a voters ballot during every general election. If there are significant (emergency) issues that arise mid election times then accommodation should be made to have Biding referendum for these as well.
- Every ballot issue must be singular in nature. (NO OMNIBUS ballot questions)
Some examples of these types of issues could be
- Amalgamation / de – amalgamation
- Increasing taxes
- Marijuana legislation
- Prescription funding