Conservatives admit making robocalls in Saskatchewan - 2013-02-05

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F182.png Conservatives admit making robocalls in Saskatchewan February 5, 2013, Leslie MacKinnon, CBC News

A Conservative Party spokesman is now admitting that his party did recently make calls to Saskatchewan residents about electoral redistribution, after initially denying the party had anything to do with the calls.

Fred DeLorey, director of communications for the Conservative Party, issued a statement Tuesday saying that the calls should have been identified as coming from the Conservative Party, and that an "internal miscommunication" had occurred.

DeLorey did not offer any explanation about why he had previously told Glen McGregor of the Ottawa Citizen that his party had not commissioned the calls.

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