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Election fraud applicants.
Maude Barlow | Day one of what is expected to be a full week of legal proceedings focused on the outstanding preliminary motions brought by Conservative Party lawyers to have the cases dismissed.
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Maude Barlow | "Every citizen of Canada has the right to vote..." This is a fundamental right granted to us in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
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The Council of Canadians | The Council of Canadians has established the Democracy 24/7 Legal Fund to raise the $300,000 needed through donations from concerned citizens like you.
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Maude Barlow | The applicants have overcome tremendous adversity to get the cases before the Federal Court, including ten months of relentless legal obstructions at the hands of the Conservative Party...
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Krystalline Kraus | In a rare example of the opposition parties working together, more than 1500 signatures on a petition submitted by citizen activists Tara Ferrell and Jonathan Allan are being presented.
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Brent Patterson | Council of Canadians launches ‘election fraud’ hotline in advance of by-elections
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Democracy Watch | Democracy Watch launched a national letter-writing and petition drive calling for politicians to pass laws to stop election fraud robocalls, and to strengthen enforcement of election laws.
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Democracy Watch | Democracy Watch released the second letter it sent asking Elections Canada to clarify a ruling on a recent complaint after Elections Canada responded with a refusal to clarify the interpretation.
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rabble staff | Sweatshop labour, whales, election fraud, and a curious lack of Olympics.
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Dylan Penner | On Aug. 8, 2012, the Conservative MPs in the election fraud cases filed several affidavits in response to the evidence filed by the applicants.
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Derrick O'Keefe | One year into the Conservative majority, but take heart: it looks like the resistance to Harper's agenda will soon be spilling over from the tweets and into the streets.
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Karl Nerenberg | The Conservatives must think the Ekos study on robocalls in the seven contested ridings is sound. Otherwise, why attack the messenger, not the message?