Eight things you need to know about voter suppression in Canada - 2013-11-18

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F0.png Eight things you need to know about voter suppression in Canada November 18, 2013, PressProgress

The Elections Canada investigation into voter suppression during the 2011 federal election is making headlines again.

This time, it's because an Ontario judge lifted an order, allowing for the publication of the names of six Conservative political staffers who were interviewed by Elections Canada.

They allege a former campaign staffer, Michael Sona, had taken credit for a voter-suppression scheme in Guelph. The automated calls impersonating Elections Canada on election day, placed to non-Conservative voters, directed people to incorrect polling stations.

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