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Some politicians and commentators have recently made proposals that won't stop big money from corrupting Canadian politics.
The most questionable claim is that the federal law is the best model. While the federal government banned corporate and union donations in 2007, its $3,050 annual donation limit for individuals ($1,525 to a party and the same amount to its riding associations) is much more than an average Canadian can afford.