robocall

The Ontario Superior Court ruled today that Michael Sona, the young Conservative aide, is guilty of participating in the
No politician or citizen stands above the law, and each citizen must pay income taxes. When the lawmakers fail to follow their own regulations, citizens should demand better. In order to take parliamentary suggestions and regulations on tax avoidance and evasion seriously, citizens should feel confident that their MPs, first and foremost, are following the rules.
Now that a charge has been laid against Michael Sona in the case of misleading automated robocalls in Guelph, Ont., in the
A group of voters challenging the election of six Conservative MPs scored a small victory Friday when the judge in the case
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?
OTTAWA - The electoral fates of six Conservative MPs, once strictly the purview of Canadian voters, landed in the hands of
OTTAWA - A key piece of evidence in the robocalls legal saga is deeply flawed and should be tossed out, says a lawyer representing
OTTAWA - It speaks volumes that no Canadian voters have come forward to swear out an affidavit saying their trips to the
OTTAWA - Rude calls, calls in the middle of the night, swearing and even a mysterious message from North Dakota are among
Let's face it, if the world is ending in a few months, Canadians had best acknowledge that the year 2012 has given us a unique national identity before we (and the Earth's seven billion inhabitants) are unable to throw another curling rock over the hog line. Without waiting for the world to end or the NHL season to start, let's begin.