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More than a year after the robocalls affair surfaced, a charge has been laid against Tory campaign worker Michael Sona, based on the original allegations in the Guelph, Ont. riding. How significant is this step? How should we read last week's Elections Canada report in light of this week's charge? What does it mean in the bigger, national context of the automated telephone calls controversy?
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