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Reports of vote-buying, intimidation and fraud mark Honduran election

December 13, 2013
| Xiomara Castro was largely expected to win the presidency on November 24 but came in with only 29% of the vote. Independent journalist and photographer Murray Bush brings us this eye-witness account.
Length: 09:50 minutes (9 MB)

Canadian electoral observers question the legitimacy of the Honduran election results

| November 25, 2013

The challenges for charities of disclosing fundraising costs

It's not that often that charities law and criminal law intersect, but the decision of R. v. Gour, decided June 28, 2012, did just that. The case was about an individual, Adam Gour, who had contracted to fundraise for charity, and his and his contractor's failure to disclose the commissions that would be earned. The court concluded this was a fraud. The case is only six pages long, and makes for a compelling read.

Election fraud update: They are at it again

| August 9, 2012

Rally For Truth: Mass action against electoral fraud

Saturday, June 23, 2012 - 12:00pm - 4:00pm


Parliament Hill
111 Wellington Street
Ottawa, ON
Phone: 613-302-0922
45° 25' 25.1184" N, 75° 41' 53.34" W

Rally for Truth, a group of non-partisan, concerned citizens that was formed spontaneously in the wake of the election fraud scandal, has been rallying for a full public inquiry every weekend on Parliament Hill, stressing the threat to the foundations of our democracy from a compromised electoral process. A Facebook page provides details on the group's activities and links to pertinent public information. 

Prevent workplace fraud

Workplace fraud in Canada is a disturbing reality that costs small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) billions of dollars each year. Nationally, one quarter of Canadian SMEs were hit by fraud in the past year, according to a recent report from the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada, (CGA-Canada), Does Canada Have a Problem with Occupational Fraud?
Find out more on workplace fraud at: and

If you didn't like that #robocall, here's something you might do about it

| February 26, 2012

Stephen Harper stole the 2011 election? 'Robocall' investigation of fraud

Pat Martin: "The Conservatives have once again lowered the bar of ethical standards... and undermined the integrity of our electoral institutions in a way that is unprecedented in Canadian politics."

Elections Canada investigating 'robocalls' that misled voters

Illegal robocalls used in 18 swing ridings

Elections Canada has traced fraudulent phone calls made during the federal election to an Edmonton voice-broadcast company that worked for the Conservative Party across the country.

Lindsay Beyerstein

Weekly Pulse: End-of-life counseling returns, but death panels still nonsense

| December 29, 2010
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