robocalls court case

Now that a charge has been laid against Michael Sona in the case of misleading automated robocalls in Guelph, Ont., in the
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 - The robocalls court challenge took a testy turn Wednesday over the tweets and treatment of one of its star witnesses
OTTAWA - The pattern of misleading or harassing phone calls in the 2011 election campaign is a more compelling reason to
A company working for the Conservative Party phoned voters about polling station changes in ridings that had none, according
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
The federal Conservative Party's lawyer, Arthur Hamilton, is objecting to a demand by a group of voters that Elections Canada