Legislation to rebalance the House of Commons by giving Ontario, Alberta and B.C. more seats is expected today.
The Globe and Mail says the legislation would rebalance the Commons to better enshrine the principle of one person, one vote.
The House would be adjusted so the three fastest-growing provinces would have the number of seats that their numbers warrant.
Depending on the formula used, the House could grow by 30 seats or more from its current level of 308.
A press release Wednesday night said Steven Fletcher, the Minister of State for Democratic Reform, would make an announcement today.
A similar bill was introduced in 2007 to increase the size of the House, but was withdrawn over complaints that Ontario would remain underrepresented.