No, I think that when the people in Canada go and vote, it should be done in the exact same way that we do here in the US, and I think that we have the best type of system that you could ever have, since it has shown to work.
I personally think that voting should not be compulsory because the voting would be a law and it would be obligated that individuals voted. I personally think that voting should not be compulsory because voting should be a decision that any individual decides and it should be respected as such.
Voting in Canada should not be compulsory. This is because there are people who choose to sit out of politics because they have objections to one or both political parties. In addition, some people are simply not interested in politics. Others just don't know enough to be able to make a correct judgement, so they just sit it out.
No, voting in Canada should not be compulsory, because people should not vote about things that they do not care about. Canada does not have an extremely large population, and the vote of the uninformed can dilute those who really know about the issues. You cannot make people care about current events by forcing them to vote.
I do not believe voting in Canada should be required. I believe people who feel compelled to vote are more likely to do the research in order to pick the candidate they feel will do the better job. If you make people vote you have a part of the population that doesn't care and won't make a choice based on any real reason, which tends to skew the results.