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Karl Nerenberg | Elections are not sporting matches; voters are not mere spectators. Voters are participants and must make real choices. Today, we examine the Conservative choice in this multi-part series.
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Karl Nerenberg | Michael Sona is on trial as the sole culprit in the fraudulent effort to suppress non-Conservative voters in 2011. There is lots of evidence, though, that whoever did it did not act alone.
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Dylan Penner | While our campaigning has made a difference, there are still many problems with the amended bill that is now making its way through the Senate. Our work is not yet done.
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Patti Tamara Lenard | The so-called Fair Elections Act is inconsistent with a commitment to political equality -- the equal right of every citizen to cast a vote -- on which Canada's democracy is built.
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Karl Nerenberg | A new report makes the most dire climate forecasts yet; there is no more health accord; and the (un)Fair Elections trucks on. Yet, none of these can force Soudas and Trudeau from headlines.
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Phil Elder | The Conservatives have shown a pattern of anti-democratic abuses. Here are 13 examples with two themes: (1) ignoring the rule of law and (2) flouting the traditional processes of democracy.
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Karl Nerenberg | Seventy per cent of Canadians have not even heard of the Fair Elections Act, and you can bet Conservatives want to keep it that way! Here are ten things you should know about the Fair Elections Act.
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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.