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Democracy Watch (juin 14, 2021)
News Release
35,000 voters call on Doug Ford not to use notwithstanding clause to overrule courts and arbitrarily extend third-party ad spending limits

Democracy Watch (juin 10, 2021)
News Release
Doug Ford’s use of notwithstanding clause to overrule courts and extend third-party ad spending limits is dictatorial, and likely illegal

Democracy Watch (juin 8, 2021)
News Release
Part of Ford government’s Bill 254 that extended third-party ad spending limits ruled unconstitutional by Ontario court

Democracy Watch (mai 11, 2021)
News Release
Liberal budget proposes weak response to replace rule prohibiting false claims about candidates that court deleted

Democracy Watch (avril 27, 2021)
News Release
Commissioner of Canada Elections rolls over and lets RightNow anti-abortion group off for election law violations

Democracy Watch (mars 30, 2021)
News Release
Ford government’s Bill 254 makes undemocratic, unethical and likely unconstitutional changes that will make Ontario elections unfair

Democracy Watch (mars 29, 2021)
News Release
Ford government’s Bill 254 imposes likely unconstitutional restrictions on third party interest group ad spending

Democracy Watch (mars 26, 2021)
News Release
2020 donations show Ontario political finance system still undemocratic – almost 50% of PC donations from 20% of donors who donated $1,000+

Democracy Watch (mars 17, 2021)
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New honesty rules needed as court and elections commissioner refuse to enforce false claims rules in federal election law

Democracy Watch (mars 15, 2021)
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Democracy Watch calls on Commissioner of Canada Elections to issue public update or ruling on investigation into RightNow anti-abortion group collusion with Conservative Party candidates during 2019 election