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Michael Keefer | The harassment and misinformation robocalls from the 2011 election had a common source in Tory machinations.
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Michael Sona and Stephen Harper, in happier times.
Michael Keefer | In this second article in the series, we encounter evidence that the "robocalls" voter suppression involved a total of more than 1.1 million fraudulent harassment and misinformation calls.
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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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Ralph Surette | Monuments are only a small part of the whole that, perhaps, will at last get fully exposed to a distracted public before the upcoming election.
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Dylan Penner | Rather than make it easier for people to vote and harder to get away with election fraud, the "Fair" Elections Act does the opposite. That's why the legislation is being challenged in court.
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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.
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Craig Scott | MP Craig Scott sees no fewer than 20 serious problems with the Fair Elections Act, but has clustered them into three themes: voter suppression, "fighting" electoral fraud and money and politics.
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Duncan Cameron | The Harper government has introduced a parliamentary bill, laughingly entitled the Fair Elections Act, to boost their chances of winning seats in the next general election.
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Paula Boutis, Pro Bono | The court was also asked to dismiss the applications outright on the basis of how the applicants were funding their legal bills.
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Karl Nerenberg | The list of the Harper government's mortal sins is long, and it includes sins against democracy itself.
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Karl Nerenberg | The Conservative Party claims that it shares the general outrage on the use of fraud in the last election. But the party's actions belie that claim.
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Karl Nerenberg | Anyone reading the full judgment by Judge Richard Mosley can see that the Conservatives were not vindicated -- and there's still much more to come.