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An in-depth look at voter suppression in Canada

A rally earlier this year protesting 'robocalls' and voter suppression.
The widespread accounts of electoral fraud and voter suppression in the 2011 federal election are now a major volume in Canadian electoral history.

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'Professional agitators' or defenders of democracy?

The Conservatives blame "professional agitators," in a new motion to dismiss the legal challenges seeking to overturn federal election results.

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Not Rex: Robocall 2015

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Not Rex looks into the future, at a robocall on the eve of the October 2015 election.

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The Elections Canada report: it's worse than whitewashing

With both hands tied behind its back, Elections Canada could not access evidence of deliberate vote suppression in 2011. That's not quite the exoneration that the Conservatives are claiming.

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Complete vindication for Council of Canadians' role in funding electoral fraud court case

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Amidst all the excitement around the Federal Court's May 23, 2013 decision (pdf) in which the court held that "electoral fraud occurred during the 41st General Election," the court was also asked to dismiss the applications outright on the basis of how the applicants were funding their legal bills.

This was one of many tactics employed by the respondent Members of Parliament (MPs) to derail the litigation and prevent it from ever being heard.

| June 6, 2013
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