Robocalls probe finds "no reasonable grounds" for charges - 2014-04-24

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F0.png Robocalls probe finds "no reasonable grounds" for charges April 24, 2014, Annie Bergeron-Oliver, iPolitics

Elections Canada has completed its robocalls investigation, concluding that it can find "no reasonable grounds" for finding that the law was broken outside the riding of Guelph in the May 2011 federal general election.

"Having carefully examined all of the evidence, the Commissioner found no reasonable grounds to believe that an offence under the Act had been committed," the report said.

"Investigators found no evidence of a link between calls from the Conservative Party seeking support and reported calls to electors misdirecting them."

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{{cite news | first = Annie | last = Bergeron-Oliver | author2 = Olesia Plokhii | title = Robocalls probe finds "no reasonable grounds" for charges | url = https://ipolitics.ca/2014/04/24/robocalls-probe-finds-no-reasonable-grounds-for-charges/ | work = iPolitics | date = April 24, 2014 | accessdate = February 14, 2020 }}