OTTAWA - A chronology of the robocalls scandal: March 26, 2011: Campaigning begins for the May 2 federal election. During
Nearly three years after voters went to the polls in 2011, Elections Canada has ended its investigation into fraudulent robocalls
Thursday's long-awaited report from commissioner of elections Yves Cote was immediately cited as vindication by the Harper
Elections Canada's robocalls investigator says some evidence provided through Conservative Party lawyer Arthur Hamilton is
OTTAWA - The chief enforcer of Canada's election laws hopes to conclude an investigation into misleading robocalls during
New information reveals not even the private contractors hired by Elections Canada to investigate the possible 2011 "robocalls" are neutral, non-partisan individuals. A search reveals that many members on their board of directors have donated money to the Liberals and Bloc Quebecois -- the same parties which have the most to gain in propagating any sort of "robocall" voter conspiracy myth.
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?
An investigation into allegedly misleading live and robocalls in the last federal election has turned to complainants who
OTTAWA -- Elections Canada has reported it is investigating reports of fraudulent and deceptive calls across Canada, but
Elections Canada is earmarking at least $585,000 to probe the robocalls affair — and that price tag will likely climb as