Fundamental changes in how we govern can help to create a more democratic society. 
Cooperation, collaboration, and some sort of Proportional Representation are key elements.

Provincially, a "White Paper on Democratic Renewal" was issued on July 9th, 2015.  It is available from the government website at:
http://www.gov.pe.ca/newsroom/index.php3?number=news&newsnumber=10276&dept=&lang=E#pk_campaign=HomePage&pk_kwd=PressRelease


Here is some information about organizations forging new paths,
engaging voters in preparation for a Fall 2015 federal election.
Leadnow.ca --

"Leadnow runs campaigns on the major issues of our time, engages people in participatory decision-making, and
organizes in communities across Canada."

Fairvote.ca from their declaration:

"We the undersigned Canadian citizens demand the following basic democratic rights:

  • to cast an equal and effective vote and to be represented fairly in Parliament, regardless of political belief or place of residence.
  • to be governed by a fairly elected Parliament where the share of seats held by each political party closely reflects the popular vote.
  • to live under legitimate laws approved by a majority of elected Parliamentarians representing a majority of voters."