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Pierre Poutine

One could easily argue that on a daily basis, far more British Columbians are impacted by Facebook's policies than by any potential pipeline.
The Ontario Superior Court ruled today that Michael Sona, the young Conservative aide, is guilty of participating in the
OTTAWA — Move over Senate scandal: Pierre Poutine and the robocalls are back in 2014. Former Conservative staffer Michael
My recent Access to Information request revealed that Elections Canada has spent almost $780,000 chasing the fantasy that Conservatives robocalled Canadians into voting in the wrong places in the May 2011 federal election. In my previous post we learned that the Commissioner's Office spent $192,203.48 on "Investigators' Fees and Salaries." So who are these investigators?
Chief Electoral Officer, Marc Mayrand, had some tough talk for the Economic Club of Canada in Ottawa today. He said that we must "maintain trust and engagement in Canadian elections." As a first time candidate, I have been the target of many ugly tactics used by the army of political operators that make a healthy living doing this.
OTTAWA — Elections Canada investigators tracking “Pierre Poutine” hit a dead end when the Internet address behind misleading
Seventy-five per cent of Canadians want an Independent judicial inquiry according to a national poll sponsored by the National Post and released on March 12 by Ipsos Reid. Since when would electoral fraud go uninvestigated with all findings not made public?
Though party partisans, pundits, and journalists are aghast over robocalls, the average Canadian cares about stuff that affects their daily lives. They worry about paying for their kids' education. They care more about NHL standings than they do about political opinion polls.
Quebec Comedian Louis T. is making a statement about the robocalls scandal by mailing the House of Commons and Stephen Harper