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Duncan Cameron | With 10 months to go before the expected October 19, 2015 election, the Harper Conservatives are running full out for re-election. Their strategy is simple.
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Dylan Penner | Bill C-50, the so-called Citizen Voting Act, is a transparent attempt by Harper's Conservative government to suppress the votes for other parties. Again.
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J. Baglow | Ontario voters are being deliberately misled. What is happening to our political process?
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Steven Shrybman | We've already told you why there's nothing fair about Prime Minister Harper's "Fair" Elections act. Here's how to actually stop election fraud.
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Karl Nerenberg | Of a dog house, attack dogs, watchdogs and lapdogs -- Stephen Harper and Dean Del Mastro had a bad day Thursday.
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Council of Canadians | Federal Court Justice Richard Mosley has ruled that the applicants in the recent high-profile election fraud legal challenge will not have to pay the Conservative Party $355,907 in legal costs.
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Steven Shrybman | Federal Court's verdict represents a complete vindication of contention that widespread voter fraud took place during the 2011 Federal Election. Next step? Find the smoking gun.
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David J. Climenhaga | The way they dealt with these superficially similar cases, you'd almost think the Harper Conservatives in Ottawa were the farm team, and the Wildrose Party in Alberta were the pros!
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Council of Canadians | The Federal Court has found in no uncertain terms that widespread election fraud took place during the 2011 federal election.
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Steven Shrybman | Okay, I disagree with lots of things Stephen Harper says, but the latest is his opinion that robocalls recently made in Saskatchewan on behalf of the Conservative Party do not violate CRTC rules.
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Maude Barlow | With the first wave of powerful evidence of a widespread and targeted campaign of voter suppression put before the Federal Court on Tuesday, on Day 3 hard numbers were presented to support it.
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Maude Barlow | On Thursday, the six Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) MPs in the ridings at the centre of the legal cases put forward their arguments for keeping their seats in the face of strong evidence.