"The offences that Dean Del Mastro committed ... are serious and do strike at the heart of our democratic electoral process."
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Some aboriginal communities saw voter turnout spike by up to 270 per cent.
The ballot bungle is just the latest headache to strike Elections Canada.
Just in time for Halloween! Makeup is magical!
Burley says he plans to be a "resource for anyone who runs into difficulties."
Running for the Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada doesn't grab Mike Taffarel a lot of votes.
The agency is preparing for contingencies because of the higher than expected turnout for advance polls last weekend.
The election is Monday, Oct. 19.
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"Don't blame me, I voted for Kodos!"
A Canadian flag was removed from a Manitoba advance polling station over the weekend because a worker felt it violated election rules.
"I literally could have been anybody," said Gail Thorne.
Elections Canada says a printing error is to blame after a Vancouver teacher who tried to vote in the advance poll on Friday got two spoiled ballots w...
Good job, Canada.
Avoid FOMO and head to a polling station.
"For all three days of this election there has been at least a 90 minute to two hour [lineup] at this polling station."
Elections Canada spokesman Serge Fleyfel said it was good news to see so many people out voting.
There had been concerns that the Conservative government's new election law could create headaches for certain Canadians, but Elections Canada said they were working to ensure everyone who wanted to vote would get a chance to do so.
The news comes after a HuffPost investigation in August.
The unanimous decision was made in less than a few minutes.
A woman's right to wear a niqab has been a hot topic on the hustings, but when it comes to actually casting a ballot, it hasn't been an issue for Elections Canada in eight years.
"I didn't even read the address because I assumed it would be... right."
It's normal that some errors occur, according to Elections Canada.
Officials are asking voters to contact them if they have an incorrect card.
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