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Elections Canada chief talks about robocalls


Queen’s University political studies professor emeritus Ned Franks can talk about Elections Canada chief Marc Maynard appearing before a House of Commons committee to talk about the robocall voting controversy.

Dr. Franks, one of Canada’s top experts on Parliamentary procedure, can talk the next steps of the Robocall scandal and what Parliament can do to respond to the scandal. Prof. Franks notes that Elections Canada has the same powers as police to investigate election fraud cases, such as the robocall scandal.

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