With the dust still settling after Monday's election, this country's voting system is coming under scrutiny once again. The Conservatives won a greater share of the popular vote, but only came second in the seat count. The NDP more than doubled the Bloc Quebecois' vote share but won far fewer seats. A move to proportional representation would solve some of these issues. But it would also give more power to fringe parties. CBC's Blair Sanderson has a look at how advocates of electoral reform are reacting to the latest election results.