Date: 2013/05/24 -- Category/Categories: Press Releases

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May, MP Saanich-Gulf Islands, today expressed gratitude for the dedication and perseverance of the Council of Canadians along with eight voter applicants after the positive Federal Court ruling on election fraud. “This is a victory for those directly involved, but also for all Canadians concerned about the health of their democracy,” ...

Date: 2013/04/04 -- Category/Categories: Press Releases

For your information, We have posted on our website the answer the Green Party of Canada received from Buckingham Palace to Elizabeth May’s August 30th letter demanding a Royal Inquiry to investigate what may potentially be criminal activities which influenced Canada’s last election. The letter was an action required by a members’ resolution at the ...

Date: 2012/12/13 -- Category/Categories: Press Releases

As eight Canadians in six federal ridings go to Federal Court in Ottawa again today, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May, MP Saanich-Gulf Islands, offered her support to the applicants and to the Council of Canadians which is sponsoring their applications. May expressed her hope that the cases relating to allegations of vote suppression – the ...

Date: 2012/12/13 -- Category/Categories: Backgrounder

May 2, 2011: Federal Election May 14, 2011: Green Party of Canada wrote to Elections Canada to register complaints about electoral irregularities. February, 2012: Postmedia News and the Ottawa Citizen reported that, during the 2011 federal election, misleading automated phone calls were made in the riding of Guelph Ontario using...

Date: 2012/12/11 -- Category/Categories: Press Releases

Members of Parliament Elizabeth May (Saanich–Gulf Island), Craig Scott (Toronto–Danforth) and Stéphane Dion (St-Laurent–Cartierville) joined forces today and tabled a petition calling for an investigation into the Conservative’s Robocall scandal. Two citizens, Tara Ferrell and Jonathan Allan, initiated the petition. They were also involved in organizing the big Robocall rallies in Toronto. Deeply concerned about ...

Date: 2012/10/17 -- Category/Categories: Private Members Bills

Essentially, this bill would amend the Canada Elections Act to make it an offence, subject to severe fines, to knowingly transmit false information through voice messages. In addition, it creates certain obligations to report to Elections Canada in a mandatory framework. Seconded by Elizabeth May on October 23, 2012 Click here for the full document. Print ...

Date: 2012/08/30 -- Category/Categories: Letters

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Buckingham Palace London SW1A 1AA United Kingdom August 30, 2012 Your Majesty, I wish to write to you regarding a matter of grave importance to Canadians, and I request your assistance with this matter. The mechanisms Canada had in place to ensure free and fair democratic elections appear to be ...

Date: 2012/05/31 -- Category/Categories: Adjournment Proceedings

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, I appreciate the parliamentary secretary’s invocation that we are parliamentarians here. We are, and as a parliamentarian, I am part of the government, and that is the difficulty we have. When we mess up our language and refer to opposition parties and government parties, we defy the traditions of Westminster parliamentary ...

Date: 2012/05/31 -- Category/Categories: Adjournment Proceedings

Elizabeth May: Mr. Speaker, I rise this evening to pursue a question that I initially put to the Prime Minister on March 1. It relates to an issue that is increasingly worrying to many Canadians regardless of how they voted. This is not a partisan issue, and I want to set that out as a ...

Date: 2012/03/26 -- Category/Categories: Uncategorized

The Committee met this week on March 29th, in a highly publicized manner to discuss issues of robocalling that occurred in the 41st election. Marc Mayrand, the Director of Elections Canada, gave a presentation to the Committee focused on how the Commissioner will conduct an investigation into the robocall allegations. It was discovered that 800 ...

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