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National Day of Action Against the Unfair Elections Act - April 26, 2014 - Noon

Day of Action Against the Un-Fair Elections Act, Bill C-23
Saturday, April 26, 2014, 12 noon

From the Council of Canadians:

Bill C-23, the ironically named “Fair Elections” Act is a bill that will dangerously change how, and if, some Canadians can participate in our democracy. If passed, this act will see US style voter suppression imposed on Canadians and is clearly targeted youth and students, poor people, seniors, Aboriginal people and other marginalized groups. The “Fair Elections Act” eliminates key provisions of our current election system – including vouching and voter ID cards – which could deprive as many as 520,000 Canadians of their right to vote. The Act will also muzzle Elections Canada, cancelling voter education and engagement programs like Student Vote. A national day of action is planned for Saturday, April 26, 2014.

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Info at COC website


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