Rebel Media says 'Stop Notley' lawn signs don't violate Alberta election advertising law - 2019-04-09

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F182.png Rebel Media says 'Stop Notley' lawn signs don't violate Alberta election advertising law April 9, 2019, Sarah Rieger, CBC News

Jain said he's not involved with any political party, but was simply concerned to see a sign from a Toronto-based organization while Alberta is in an election campaign.

"Alberta elections should be for Albertans, and, you know, we should not have any outside interference … if they want to participate in our elections, they should register with Elections Alberta, for sure."

In Alberta, election advertising is any advertising done in the period between writs being issued and election day "that takes a position on an issue with which a registered party or registered candidate is associated," according to Elections Alberta.

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{{cite news | first = Sarah | last = Rieger | title = Rebel Media says 'Stop Notley' lawn signs don't violate Alberta election advertising law | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/rebel-stop-notley-lawn-signs-1.5091046 | work = CBC News | date = April 9, 2019 | accessdate = August 19, 2021 }}