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Sep 8, 2015

Minimizing the Conservative electoral fraud scandal

Michael Keefer
That 2011 voter-suppression scandal, the "robocalls" fraud: it was all smoke and mirrors, right? So how could Harper's Conservatives have organized a fraud that never happened?
Blog
Sep 8, 2015
Photo: flickr/ Chris Yakimov

Suppressing our knowledge of voter suppression

Michael Keefer
This first article in a series comments on the manner in which media pundits and officials responsible for enforcing the law have minimized the Conservative electoral fraud scandal.
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Dec 8, 2014
Photo: Neal Jennings/flickr

Harper's election reforms make voter suppression easier

Linda McQuaig
In the name of clamping down on "voter fraud," the Conservatives have brought in election reforms that will actually make it easier for voter suppression to go undetected in the future.
Blog
Feb 11, 2014

The 'Fair Elections Act' is scary!

Karl Nerenberg
Chief Electoral Officer Marc Mayrand believes the 'Fair Elections Act' endangers our democracy. In fact, it seems the Act even finds a way to exacerbate the very problem it's supposed to solve!
News
Apr 29, 2013

Canada, your Emperor has no clothes

Chriz Miller
Without the voter fraud, the Conservatives may not have won a majority, meaning the legitimacy of their entire administration is in question.
Blog
Feb 12, 2013

Saskatchewan robocalls: The Prime Minister is the pot

Steven Shrybman
In my last post, I noted that the Conservative Party admitted it was behind recent misleading robocalls in Saskatchewan only after being confronted by forensic evidence linking it to the calls.

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