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Democracy Watch (août 1, 2018)
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(English) Groups file complaint with Elections Ontario over oil and gas industry group’s ads during Ontario election campaign

Democracy Watch (juin 26, 2018)
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(English) Public inquiry needed into parts of Elections Ontario’s running of provincial election

Democracy Watch (juin 20, 2018)
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(English) More than 15,000 Canadians have signed online petitions calling for changes recommended by House Committee to strengthen privacy protection and online election ad disclosure and accountability

Democracy Watch (juin 18, 2018)
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(English) Ethics Commissioner ruling exploits huge loophole in federal ethics law to let Finance Minister Morneau off the hook for clearly unethical actions

Democracy Watch (mai 30, 2018)
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(English) Ontario party leaders and Lieutenant Governor should agree on eight key rules for minority government to ensure fair post-election decisions

Democracy Watch (mai 15, 2018)
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(English) Elections Ontario decides to violate the law – refuses to inform voters of right to decline their ballot in its election ads

Democracy Watch (avril 26, 2018)
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(English) Democracy Watch files complaint about Facebook lobbying and favours for politicians with federal Lobbying Commissioner

Democracy Watch (avril 20, 2018)
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(English) Democracy Watch again requests new Lobbying Commissioner not make any decisions affecting Liberals because of bias – clarifies that organizations violate Lobbyists’ Code if they allow board members or others give gifts or do favours for politicians

Toronto Star (avril 17, 2018)
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(English) Conflict of interest complaint against Vancouver councillor has merit: watchdog

The Record (avril 16, 2018)
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(English) Elections Ontario should investigate Cambridge candidate’s husband, watchdog says