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Robocall Scandal

It was not until the media began covering the story that the number of robocalls complaints exploded. A whopping 3597 articles were written in 2012 about the "robocalls" affair, leading to Elections Canada receiving over 40,000 "complaints." But those "complaints" didn't come from electors reporting that they had received a call.
More details are emerging in the mystery of "Pierre Poutine," a pseudonym of the person behind misleading election robocalls
Now that a charge has been laid against Michael Sona in the case of misleading automated robocalls in Guelph, Ont., in the
Elections Canada has filed a charge against Michael Sona, the ex-Conservative staffer fingered by the Tories in the so-called
A group of Canadians challenging the election wins of seven Conservative MPs has scored a victory along the road to getting
Lawyers for the Conservative Party have dropped their objections to new expert evidence being entered in the ongoing legal
Conservative Party lawyer Arthur Hamilton says a challenge of the 2011 federal election results in seven Conservative ridings
OTTAWA -- Elections Canada has reported it is investigating reports of fraudulent and deceptive calls across Canada, but
The RCMP has been called on by Elections Canada to help it get to the bottom of who was behind illicit phone calls that aimed
A group supporting a Federal Court challenge of the election results in seven ridings says a new poll it commissioned shows