etobicoke centre election
"I’m supporting the Liberal party. I support Liberal candidates."
In the almost evenly divided Supreme Court decision on the Etobicoke Centre election case four out of seven judges decided that even though information about some voters was missing, the burden of voter's verification should not be placed on the voter. Suppressing opponents' voters is much easier than trying to convince Canadians why they should vote for you. In fact, it encourages campaign strategists to avoid serious debates and concentrate on demonizing opponents, misleading voters and undermining confidence in our institutions. One effective way to prevent against cynical gamesmanship is to implement mandatory voting.
The Supreme Court has announced its Etobicoke byelection ruling, effectively overturning a lower court decision which would
The Etobicoke Centre ruling from the Supreme Court has sent Twitter ablaze. The court's 4-3 decision to uphold Conservative
Elections are about the choosing representatives to govern in our stead. They are about policy and the future of the country. They are about Canada's place in the world, how to prepare our children for the future, how to maintain the richness and beauty and wealth of our nation for them as well as ourselves.
The Supreme Court of Canada will begin hearing the case of the overturned election result in Etobicoke Centre on Tuesday
(CBC) - Conservative Ted Opitz has been confirmed the winner of the Etobicoke Centre riding, beating Liberal incumbent Borys