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Campaign worker from 2008 election charged under Canada Elections Act


 

OTTAWA – A campaign worker in the 2008 federal election faces two charges under the Canada Elections Act.

Elections Canada says Amandeep Gill failed to provide the chief electoral officer with an electoral campaign return.

The agency says Gill, 37, worked as the official agent of an unidentified candidate.

Charges were filed April 30 in the Alberta Court of Justice in Calgary, and Gill is scheduled to appear in court June 17.

A charge sheet filed in court provides no additional details about Gill beyond his Calgary address.

A call to a phone number listed under Gill’s address was not immediately returned.


 
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Campaign worker from 2008 election charged under Canada Elections Act

  1. Dear Canadian Taxpayers,
    I would like to announce that in the run up to the 2015 federal election I will be calling everyone who does not support the Conservatives and directing them to bogus polling stations all across this great country of ours. I will also target new immigrants in the neighborhoods where they live to tell them how well off they are under the direction of Stephen Harper and his wonderful Economic Action Plan.
    Sincerely yours,
    Pierre Poutine

  2. Oh, no, this can’t be…a Liberal charged…what is the world coming to..lol

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